The battle inside the establishment will be won by those who brought about the Iran negotiations and the agreement. That group has very substantial Jewish membership and leadership, although it is diverse and is committed to maintaining some measure of diversity. The Israeli establishment and its hard-line supporters elsewhere in the world will never cross over. But there are still many Jews in the middle who don’t really understand what’s happening, namely that Israel has become an intolerable problem for the globalist establishment, which as mentioned has very substantial Jewish leadership. The globalists will prevail, but they are doing so incrementally and are unlikely to resort to any sort of coup de grace. They began circumscribing Israel in late 2006, and the process will continue until Israel is well under control, and dreams of a flourishing empire based in Jerusalem are whittled down to implausibility. Of course some will keep the torch burning for many generations to come, and no one knows for sure what will happen in the very long term. But Israel is in the process of being restrained, and there’s a lot more of that to come in the next ten years or so. None of the American Presidential candidates who has a real chance of winning in 2016 will defy the globalists. Obama’s successor, no matter of which party, will move the process forward.