Former Clinton administration official Larry Haas says if Israel strikes Iran’s nuclear facilities, most of the international community will express public outrage.  However, he says a recent summit in London proved to him that leaders throughout the world – even in the Middle East – will privately breathe a major sigh of relief that the world’s top sponsor of terrorism does not have an active nuclear weapons program.  Will Israel have to strike or does diplomacy have a chance?  And what does Haas say about former Carter administration official Zibignew Brzezinski’s suggestion that the U.S. should stop an Israeli strike – even to the point of shooting down Israeli planes?

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