#14: maybe so too ambiguous - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Paul Freedman
    • 13.03.07 | 22:45 (IST)

    Click--you know, the NNP is kind of a club--the big nuclear powers, AFIK asking other powers to sign based on the little guys not having nukes. As a Zionist I worry about what your mullah chums wish to do with their weapons if they get them, given, yes, yes, yes, clear threats in multiple forums to, and non-"allegorically" and non-"metaphorically" wipe Israel of the map. Their compliance with the NNP once they signed it (and got aid out of signing it) is a side-issue. If the Hadassah International and the Lubavitchers got together and developed a bomb it wouldn't worry me. If some of the guys who regularly post blaming "Zionists" for all the world ills were to get a suitcase device, I'd be worried, NNP or no NNP. It might be, just maybe, that Iran with a nuclear arsenal worries not only the ZIonists, Israeliis, and Jews, or the "neocons" but every Sunni state in the region.

    from the article: Iranian minister: Israel is the 'real nuclear danger' in Mideast
    First published 00:00 13.03.07 | Last updated 00:00 13.03.07
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