Israel-Syria Conflict Reportedly Split White House Israel reportedly briefed the Bush administration on the target inside Syria — which Israel hit with an air strike in September — that it believed was part of a budding nuclear program aided by North Korea. The New York Times reports that the matter split the White House.
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Israel-Syria Conflict Reportedly Split White House

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Israel-Syria Conflict Reportedly Split White House

Israel-Syria Conflict Reportedly Split White House

Israel-Syria Conflict Reportedly Split White House

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Israel reportedly briefed the Bush administration on the target inside Syria — which Israel hit with an air strike in September — that it believed was part of a budding nuclear program aided by North Korea.

The New York Times reports that the matter split the White House, with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Vice President Dick Cheney on opposing sides.