Agreement or no agreement Iran would get the bomb - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Roy
    • 24.11.13 | 19:35 (IST)

    Iran will have a bomb when it wants to. No agreement could change that whether one Obama signed or the one that Bibi would have preferred. The sanctions did not stop Iran's progress or even slow it down one bit. If you look back the only thing that did work was the Stuxnet virus or some sabotage activities such as killing scientists involved in the project or placing explosives in in strategic locations. To stop Iran from getting the bomb, a military strike on Iran would be necessary. Since Bibi did not have the courage to go it alone, and Obama certainly did not want to help out, all the rhetoric about Israel not being bound by the agreement and that Israel will defend itself as it feels it needs to are garbage. The Iranians and Obama knew all along that Bibi would just shout and not do anything. Bibi is indeed a failed leader and is trying to make it appear like he is a courageous fighter taking on the whole world, except of course iran. So Iran will have the bomb and it is all Bib's fault.

    from the article: A good deal: Geneva pact distances Iran from nuclear bomb
    First published 13:53 24.11.13 | Last updated 13:53 24.11.13
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