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    • abram
    • 09.06.12 | 01:52 (IDT)

    and you say that America is breaking the charter? open your eyes Stu, Iran is the single most vocal nation breaking this "law" you speak of, but let us not forget the other arab nations whose dictatorships have sworn to defeat israel... they are falling, its time the one in Tehran falls too

    from the article: Romney aide to Haaretz: After he’s elected, Iran will see there’s a new sheriff in town
    First published 22:15 08.06.12 | Last updated 22:15 08.06.12
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