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    • Julie
    • 06.12.10 | 18:10 (IST)

    Whatever passes in Iran, as women we were free to do many things that women in Arab countries could not do, I mean those who are US beloved! In addition what Natalie says is the reality. According to one of the reports I read from one of US security organizations, their spies had informed them the decision to make nukes was taken when by coordination with the US, Sadam used mass destruction weapons specially chemicals against Iran. All Iranians know one of their close family members or friends who have a dirty life after those chemical bombs, I mean a life which death is much better than! The poor people neither could study, nor could marry, breath, live and laugh! Still in some regions of Iran children are born with disabilities. The problem is that western and Israeli public never know these

    from the article: Expectations low as world powers begin nuclear talks with Iran
    First published 09:15 06.12.10 | Last updated 12:12 06.12.10
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