I believe that although the Wahabis, al-Qaeda, and the Mullah’s regime in Tehran are often lethally competitive with one another, they are capable of unification. Those who say that these movements will never work together because of their ideology are precisely as correct as those who in the 1930s said that the communists and the Nazis would never work together. They didn’t, until they did. — James Woolsey, at Herzliya conference.
Woolsey is a former director of the CIA. He too sees that we are at a critical juncture in world history and must take very difficult decisions in the very near future. Read Chess with Tehran.