Attack Might Change their Mind - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Mark of Lewiston
    • 18.03.12 | 09:56 (IST)

    An attack might change the Iranian mind or even convince them that a bomb is the only way to maintain sovereignty. They might use North Korea as a model. Nobody seriously threatens invasion and regime change in North Korea since they tested their bomb. The Times was instrumental in selling the WMD fabrication to the US before Iraq. Now they seem less inclined to just sell pro-war propaganda. Not that it will matter to the US. What counts to the US is what Israel decides to do. And there the us has no say. Like Obama said, the decision is entirely Israeli.

    from the article: 'Mossad, CIA agree Iran has yet to decide to build nuclear weapon'
    First published 08:53 18.03.12 | Last updated 08:53 18.03.12
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