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    • 05.11.10 | 20:25 (IST)

    Will at best delay its nuclear program, while strengthening the rationale for completing it in the long-term and further uniting regional forces against Israel. So one way or another Iran will have a nuclear bomb. Israel's decision is about how hostile an Iranian-dominated Middle-East coalition will be to the Hebrew state. Israeli government have taken many lucky bets in the past, but bombing Iran does not seem to be worth the odds when another path is possible.

    from the article: Bombing Iran will strengthen it; only peace will weaken Iran
    First published 01:36 05.11.10 | Last updated 01:36 05.11.10
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