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Israel has to crush Russia in Middle East, ex-advisor to the President of the US said

TEL AVIV, (BM) – Ex-advisor to the President of the United States on national security, Herbert McMaster, providing an interview to the Israeli information publication Globe, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.

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He said that the United States and Israel should begin to pressure Russia in the Middle East together, especially since Tel Aviv is very interested in this.

“Putin can come to Yad Vashem (memorial complex – ed.) And position himself as a friend who sympathizes with Israel, but at the same time continue to undermine Israel’s security every day, supporting Iran. To ask for help and at the same time help our enemies is a completely different matter, I think that is unreasonable,” said the former Presidential Advisor on National Security, emphasizing that Israel should exert maximum pressure on Russia in the Middle East.

Nevertheless, experts note that if Israel really tries to start opposing Russia, then for the Jewish state this could end in very serious problems.

“Of course, Russia cannot be compared with Israel in its power in the Middle East. Nevertheless, we should not forget that as soon as Russia opposes Israel together with Iran, Israel will begin to have very serious problems, which Washington obviously will not want to intervene,” the expert notes.

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