What was the most important thing to come out of Obama’s meeting with the Israeli prime minister on Monday? The president’s declaration, for the first time, that he wants to continue talking to Iran until the end of the year, The Daily Beast’s Dan Raviv writes. “The Israelis strongly doubt that such efforts will work—and certainly clandestine activities by the Mossad will continue, as will planning by Israel’s air force—but it is an extremely important part of Israel’s foreign and defense policies not to anger the president of the United States,” he writes. Raviv’s conclusion: So long as Obama’s talking to Tehran, Israel can’t attack.
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