# 193 Reasonable Talk - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Mathiaas Juergen
    • 19.04.06 | 02:24 (IDT)

    Abbasi, your defense of Iranian people's desire for nuclear power is baseless. All the earlier nuclear powers developed the bomb because they had a 2-sided enemity with another state, like communist states vs democratics during cold war or India/Pak amongst the new ones. But Israel has no direct conflict with Iran, then why if u say so, is the nuke program supported by public. I doubt ur claim. A nuke program could cripple a weak nation as nukes are hard to maintain than develop. Take Pakistan for example! Next, ur thinking that noone in Tehran wil use the bomb is totally flawed, considering the greatest "chicken hawk" sitting in Tehran making "sober" statements every day. He has surely left Mao and Stalin miles behind. He thinks he's still incharge of the committee that passed Islamic death sentences to suspects under trial (before he became the president). I'm sorry but i must tell u the days of Iranian regime are numbered and the clock is already ticking. Iran better follow Libya.

    from the article: Ahmadinejad awaits a response
    First published 00:00 16.04.06 | Last updated 00:00 16.04.06
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