Has Syrian Nuke Affair Tipped State Dept's True Fidelities?

ABC News claims that the U.S. State Dept inhibited Israel from eliminating Syria's offensive nuclear weapons' capabilities.

One U.S. official told ABC's Martha Raddatz the material was "jaw dropping" because it raised questions as to why U.S. intelligence had not previously picked up on the facility.

Officials said that the facility had likely been there for months- if not years.

A senior U.S. official said the Israelis planned to strike during the week of July 14 and in secret high-level meetings American officials argued over how to respond to the intelligence.

Some in the administration supported the Israeli action, but others, notably Sect. of State Condoleeza Rice did not. One senior official said the U.S. convinced the Israelis to "confront Syria before attacking."

Initially, administration officials convinced the Israelis to call off the July strike. But in September, the Israelis feared that news of the site was about to leak and went ahead with the strike- despite U.S. concerns.

Has the U.S. State Department undermined its trustworthiness in negotiating Israel's safety, having inhibited Israel from neutralizing Syria's nuclear weapons until Israel chose to act at the point of no return?

Israel Commentary explains the traitorous, Arab business corruption tainting US Middle-East policy advisors (James Baker, Brent Scocroft) and Secy of State Rice to act against America's interest in defeating Jihad (e.g., sell-out Israel) to curry favor for their personal, Big Oil financial interests. Which lobby influences Washington to Americans' greatest detriment?

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