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Israel to use anti-Iran strike to win Chinese backing

The Israeli regime plans to send its top military strategist to China this week to convince Beijing to back sanctions against Tehran over its nuclear program.

Head of Tel Aviv army's planning directorate Major General Amir Eshel intends to serve Beijing with 'renewed' threats of military strikes against Iran, wishing to persuade China to follow along with the US-led push at the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to impose a fourth round of sanctions against Iran, British weekly newspaper The Sunday Times reported today.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

A short memo to Israeli Major General Amir Eshel: the Chinese leadership doesn't take to well to strong-arm tactics or attempted economic blackmail.

I would like to remind Major General that China is a nuclear-armed country.

So just what happens, sir, if China comes in on the side of Iran if Israel attacks it?!?

I would like to hope that this question keeps someone awake at night in Tel Aviv, although, given the hubris of the current Israeli leadership, I am not certain that it does.