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    • Solomon
    • 28.05.10 | 23:34 (IDT)

    There is a big difference between a country that threatens to wipe another off the face of the earth and that looks to dominate all the world, without being immediately threatened by anyone, and a country surrounded by others that don't even accept it's existence and threaten to wipe it out (see first country above): Israel did not use nuclear weapons when it almost lost the Yom Kippur War but relied on conventional warfare. There are already exceptions in countries actions and intentions but you don't know what the word means.

    from the article: Obama 'strongly' opposes singling out of Israel at nuclear conference
    First published 21:13 28.05.10 | Last updated 05:35 29.05.10
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