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21.11.2014
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'In new Mideast, Israeli-Arab conflict will be more complex to solve'

In intelligence briefing at Herzliya Conference, IDF Military Intelligence chief Maj. Gen. Aviv Kochavi says Iran producing enough enriched uranium for five or six bombs, should it make decision to arm Iran, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Egypt are all led by religious leadership who view Israel as unwelcome element.

Amir Mizroch

IDF Military Intelligence chief Maj. Gen. Aviv Kochavi
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Photo credit: Lior Mizrachi
A rebel fighter retreats for cover as enemy fire targets the rebel position during clashes at the Moaskar front line, one of the battlefields in the Karmal Jabl neighborhood of Aleppo in October 2012. [Archive]
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Photo credit: AP
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