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    • jon
    • 03.12.09 | 16:27 (IST)

    most if not all countries agree iran must NOT be allowed nuclear weapons. Some on here seem to think otherwise. Are the opinions of a few amateur jew haters more relevant than the world's top diplomats, foreign policy and nuclear weapons experts? The question is, do you think iran should have nukes because Israel has nukes? Israel aquired nukes via france towards the end of the 60's. Since then, despite radical islamist neighbours trying to wipe them out, israel has been MORE than responsible towards it's neighbours and the rest of the world in terms of NOT using it's nukes. Does anyone think if the situation were reversed the radical islamist arabs would be as responsible? don't you jew haters get it? If they get these nukes, you may not be targeted yourselves, but if israel is attacked with nukes, you can all kiss your economies goodbye. Not to mention other far more direct repercussions. Of course, at that point, you'll blame israel rather than who actually started it.Typical

    from the article: How ElBaradei misled the world about Iran's nuclear program
    First published 02:02 03.12.09 | Last updated 22:16 03.12.09
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