04.10.2011 07.Cheschwan. 5772
Israel's government and the international community remain divided over whether or not to attack Iran to prevent it from acquiring nuclear weapons.
It's hard to believe, but for 24 hours there hasn't been a single controversial statement by a single Israeli official regarding the possibility of attacking Iran. Nothing. Nada. Either our politicians finally came to their senses, or they've simply run out of things to say after a week of nonstop talk.
When Israel falls silent, attention turns to what the rest of the world is saying. The most important statement yesterday came from U.S. President Barack Obama. After a meeting with French President Nicolas Sarkozy, Obama said the two "agreed on the need to maintain the unprecedented international pressure on Iran to meet its obligations."…