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    • Peter Lowforehead
    • 10.01.12 | 11:44 (IST)

    Oh my! Where did the threat go that Iran would not be permitted to have Nukes? All these years, both Israel & the US have been declaring in no uncertain terms that no way Iran would be permitted to to Nuclear. Sanctions were going to do the trick. Now (as known beforehand of course) that Iran is going to go Nuclear and WILL have atomic weapons, the US is STILL saying to Israel, do not interfere. Isn't it wonderful though how pacifism works! :-)

    from the article: Report: Israel preparing for nuclear Iran within a year
    First published 08:09 10.01.12 | Last updated 08:09 10.01.12
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