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    • BEAR JEW
    • 18.11.10 | 16:28 (IST)

    1) Israel is ALREADY at war with Iran and has been for some time. 2) "Angering" Obama is NOT a reason to not attack Iran's nuclear facilities, either now if need be or in the future. Israel must defend herself, period. 3) If done properly, this will delay the program more than 2-3 yrs all the naysayers talk of, and it should give Israel the time to get iron dome and tiramisu ready, and the time to receive the f-35's. Both of those defensive systems only arrive in 2014-15, so even a delay on the nuclear program is a wise thing. 4) Hitting the nuclear installations might be the event that rallies the people to overthrow their government. Pundits talk as if a military strike is a guarantee that the people will rally around the government. I DONT think this is true at all. For all of those reasons, I think amos' article is full of you know what....

    from the article: Here's why Israel must not attack Iran now
    First published 00:53 18.11.10 | Last updated 00:53 18.11.10
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