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Topic - Uzi Rabi
The "shadow war" between Israel and Iran is escalating, Middle East analysts say, as a wave of terrorist incidents in far-flung corners of world unsettles U.S. officials.
"What counts here is the scale of the American attack," said Uzi Rabi, head of Middle Eastern studies at Tel Aviv University.
"It would send the message that Israel is left alone, and I think it makes Israel very nervous," Mr. Rabi said.