here's why not to attack Iran at the moment - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Joshua
    • 18.11.10 | 23:55 (IST)

    any Jew or Christian with faith should easily be able to recognize that God will not allow Iran to nuke Israel. When it comes down to it, Israel has the nukes already. Sabotage, hackers, agents going under cover as providers of the hardware making sure it's faulty, hacking... you could just turn off their power grid. What powers the centerfuges? Electricity! Just... drive them nutty until they agree to stop. Or just slow them down long enough that it won't matter because a war is coming, soon. Hackers and sabotage ftw. They'd get sick of power outages and... either stay how they already are or they get sick of the nuclear program's consequences. No electricity, no centerfuges. Don't say you can't hack their electricity grid, anything can be hacked. If there's an enormous sabotage campaign then it'll drive them paranoid and slow them down out of thinking everyone is a spy. Just turn it into a circus. No military intervention needed.

    from the article: Here's why Israel must not attack Iran now
    First published 00:53 18.11.10 | Last updated 00:53 18.11.10
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