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Israel a Non-Issue That Might Haunt U.S. Election

Israel has”ceased to exist as a campaign issue” at the moment in this year’s presidential contest, but that doesn’t mean it’s irrelevant.

In fact, writing in Haaretz, Bradley Burston notes Israel’s influence on the election could be one military strike, one peace deal or one terrorist strike away.

He outlines a half dozen ways, most of which are not good news, in which Israel could once again become a central U.S. election issue.

In a separate article, Burston breaks down the Democratic and Republican party platforms on Israel.

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