In Iraq UN played a dirty game and was targeted - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • sami abu ismail
    • 20.01.12 | 08:19 (IST)

    Despite many cosmetic details, when it comes to serious businesses, the UN and othe international organism are clearly used by the West. They are designed after WW2 to be trools of domination for Western powers, in particular the US. That does not exceuse Iran from being extremly careful in dealing with them, because these organizatio task individuals that deem fit for a job. Bankimoon and those superiour figure of his caliber cannot stay at their posts without being okeyed by the western powers. Iran must provide security blankets on those who are susceptible of being a target. To retaliate, Iran would face formidable barriers because most of regional and world security agencies are allied with the West and Israel under whatever scheme such as fighting terrorists. The best approach is prevention and secrecy. Do not allow those spy agencies belonging to the UN to visit and report negative news and leak valuable data.

    from the article: Iran says information gathered by UN may have played part in scientist killing
    First published 04:36 20.01.12 | Last updated 04:36 20.01.12
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