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On March 25 , during the 2012 Nuclear Security Summit in Seoul, US President Barack Obama said that there is still time for a peaceful and diplomatic solution of the recent dispute that has risen between Israel and Iran, “I believe there is a window of time to solve this diplomatically, but that window is closing,” declared Obama. He also added that although world leaders are ready to give a helping hand to the rebellious nations, they may not wait for too long.
According to his words, the American government is trying to undo some of the political friction between the Middle Eastern countries. Earlier, it was said that the United States intended to provide Israel with military munitions and aerial refueling tankers, on the condition that the Canaan state will not start warlike actions against Iran.
As a whole, the leaders of G8 are putting all their efforts in keeping the present international situation, because a future nuclear conflict in the Middle East could have a destructive effect on the rest of the world.
The strife between Israel and Iran started at the beginning of the new century, when the world media was flooded with sharp remarks, exchanged between the heads of the two states (can you be more specific? what event led to sharp remarks between the heads of state?). Since then, problems in these parts of Asia at one moment subsided, at another intensified again. (this is very generic and has no information value – I’d rather see you focus on explaining the bad relations between the two nations, why they have it out for each other)
The conflict became increasingly volatile in the first months of 2012, when the Israeli embassies in India and Georgia were targeted by Iranian terrorism. Thankfully, due to the fast interference of the police, the car bomb in Georgia was not able to explode. However, in India four people were seriously wounded.
In addition, Iranian agents were arrested in Bangkok, Thailand, after trying to put a bomb on the car of an Israeli official. Even journalists are involved in the bitter war between the Middle Eastern countries. In March this year, Syed Mohammed Kazmi, an Indian journalist, was arrested in New Delhi in connection with the terrorist attacks there.
The old dispute between Israel and Iran is reaching its climax, and will soon burst out in violent and bloody actions, which poses a threat to the safety of the world community. Experts in international and military relationships stated that this future war between Tehran and Jerusalem could turn into a Third World War, which will be much more destructive this time, because it may involve nuclear weapons.
For the time being, the main mission is to find a peaceful solution in the crisis between the two countries. However, recent speculations say that Israel is preparing for military actions in the near months. Their training and preparations will take time, which risk speculators believe is used by the Iranian Air Forces on preparing for the attacks.
No one can be sure of what will be the future development of the Israel-Iran conflict, but one thing is obvious: it will have an annihilating effect at a global level, at least according to specialists in this field.