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    • Brad Arnold
    • 29.11.10 | 08:12 (IST)

    While "everyone"hates Iran, you could say the same about a lot of the Arab countries (i.e. the Arab League is a bunch of hypocrites). More accurately, no one trusts Iran. By the way, regardless of the hand wringing done about Iran getting the bomb, I am still waiting for a feasible plan to stop it. What you are going to get instead is the worst of all possible worlds: Iran with the bomb, but with a destroyed infrastructure and economy. Israel is committing suicide by fear of death. How ironic.

    from the article: WikiLeaks exposé makes it clear: Everybody hates Iran
    First published 03:35 29.11.10 | Last updated 03:35 29.11.10
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