As pundits weigh Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to Congress, I received an e-mail from a Palestinian friend in Jerusalem.
"Netanyahu is the last person to talk about nuclear weapons as Israel was the first and only country in the region to have a nuclear reactor as well as a stockpile of nuclear weapons . . . has not signed the Non Proliferation Agreement nor allowed inspectors to visit the site. As he spoke of the dangers of Iranian nuclear power, Netanyahu sounded as if he were describing his own country."
Netanyahu called for the world "to call Iran's bluff." He could do that: offer to open Israel's arsenal of nuclear weapons, research and production facilities for inspection if Iran will do the same.