I am impressed with this article. In the USA, our coverage barely mentions that nuclear armed Pakistan is at Iran's borders. Or, that US is a threat to Iran and has troops stationed in 2 of its bordering nations. And, is also possible to have nuclear attacks on Iran through its submarine launchers. Focusing on Israel, I believe over simplifies the issues facing Iran such that it is difficult to understand the nations actions. Not that with comments like Mr. Ahmadinajad has made, one would not worry. But, then again, in the Iranian system, the President had no real power. While, I believe they may be nuclear arming, though IAEA says there is no proof. I believe also the risks at its borders are of greater consideration to their security, than Israel is.
Iran's Rohani calls for more freedom of expression, says that gov't critics shouldn't be jailed (AP)
from the article: The best option
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