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    • Michael
    • 17.03.10 | 11:30 (IST)

    A few months ago, weren't you hoping for bombing across Iran to destroy Iran's entire nuclear programme? Now you'd just be happy if the US bombed the reactor. I can't claim to be an expert on Iran's nuclear programme but I doubt you are either. My understanding is that Iran might need rhe reactor for a plutonium bomb, but for an enriched uraniuma bomb all it needs is the nuclear material it's already got, plus more and better centrifuges. In that case, bombing the reactor is pointless, because it would cause the US huge problems without achieving anything. Here's a thought. Israel's tried just about every play in the book to deal with the Pals, EXCEPT treating them fairly and doing what the world demands, that is, get out of the West Bank and give the Pals freedom. Iran won't nuke a peaceful Israel next to a free Palestine. Try peace SDHD, you never know, you might like it.

    from the article: Report: U.S. positioning 'bunker-busters' for possible Iran strike
    First published 09:01 17.03.10 | Last updated 09:10 17.03.10
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