Majority of Israelis Favor War with Iran

Editorial Note

We bring to the attention the results of a poll conducted in Israel, quoted by Angus Reid Global Monitor. As in the West, Israeli public opinion has been lurred into supporting a military agenda. It has been influenced by extensive media propaganda regarding Iran’s non-existant nuclear weapons program, where Iran is presented as a threat to global security.  
Global Research, 2 december 2006


According to a poll by Teleseker published in Maariv, “49 per cent of respondents would support an Israeli attack on Iranian nuclear facilities if all international diplomatic efforts fail, while 46 per cent disagree.”

Polling Data

If it turns out that all the international diplomatic efforts fail, should Israel attack the Iranian nuclear facilities even alone and without international support?





Do you count on the United States and on the Europeans to succeed in stopping the nuclear program of Iran by peaceful means and via United Nations (UN) Security Council resolutions?





Copyright Angus Reid, 2006.

Source: Teleseker / Maariv
Methodology: Interviews with 450 Israeli adults, conducted on Nov. 9, 2006. Margin of error is 4.3 per cent.

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