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    • 15.11.11 | 13:09 (IST)

    WOW Peres is WORRIED with protecting Iran and not Israel: as he worries A LOT about how Iran can be protected against Israel and not viceversa. I can not believe a President of Israel IS VYING FOR the iranianSS to be saved instead of Jews. A thing we would like to know: if a bomb is dropped on Aruba, provided for by Iran, how will Peres explain that, to me and so many others, and what would he say?? SORRY?? Iran's not only a threat in Middle East as it is also in other parts of the World, the same ONE vying for Israel not to attack Iran, and thus what can Peres possibly be vying for: Iran not attacked is one of the biggest and most lethal mistakes the World is making. Ænd: hopefully Israel doesn't follow SAME MISTAKE. As hopefully Israel doesn't follow SAME MISTAKE: An Iran also nuclear won't be contained as it has a WorldWideWar AMBITION that isn't, AT ALL, going to stop within a Middle East ON its own.

    from the article: Peres: World doesn't need military assault on Iran nuclear program
    First published 11:05 15.11.11 | Last updated 11:05 15.11.11
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