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    • the truth the truth...
    • 11.01.12 | 17:32 (IST)

    maybe it was the mossad, they would have several good reasons to try to stop or slow the programm in this way, with the essence of shedding less blood than a war soon to come. BUT: its always quick to say it was the mossad (for example), and if you are not careful you might end up in conspiracy theories... after all: wouldnt some iranians be driven to do such things because of their own motivation? it's called resistance, and its not unusual.

    from the article: Le Figaro: Israel's Mossad recruiting Iranian dissidents to work against Tehran regime
    First published 13:20 11.01.12 | Last updated 13:20 11.01.12
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