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    • Ron
    • 10.11.11 | 16:46 (IST)

    The west had its chance to curtail Iran's nukes. But, now it is too late. And, even if the US did take out Iran's nuclear capability Iran would jus buy the bomb from North Korea or Pakistan. The only option left is to impose sanctions and encourage the rot from within. The Saudi's will have the bomb, Jordan will have the bomb no doubt others. It is going to be a very dangerous world for a very long time.

    from the article: Top Israeli firm: World more likely to accept nuclear Iran than pay high cost of war
    First published 15:29 10.11.11 | Last updated 19:58 10.11.11
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