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    • Reid
    • 17.01.07 | 03:13 (IST)

    Chris and the other Anti-Israelis, It is interesting to hear you speak of China as Iran's ally to create Nukes (which you appear to support). China historically has regarded herself as the Center of the World. Any country that made a trade agreement (and properly kowtowed) were regarded as part of China. They very rarely (with the exception of the Mao regime) militarily occupied any other countries. They simply lined up economic interests. (see Vietnam, Thailand, Korea, Mongolias relationship with the Ming and Ching dynasty). China shut down North Korea's nuclear tests after they performed a failed test. China feted Israel in the latest PM visit and promised to increase trade with Israel from 4B to 10B. China will not support an Iranian Nuke. Russia may be another factor. Your assumption that China favors Iran over Israel will prove false. China is supporting a system to fuel cars with Hydrogen using Metal Hydrides (a system developed in Ohio by a Jewish company.

    from the article: Moscow's Mideast myopia
    First published 00:00 16.01.07 | Last updated 00:00 16.01.07
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