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    • Illan
    • 05.03.12 | 19:47 (IST)

    War is not as simple as your simple mind makes it sound. No country has ever been "wiped off the map"-they have only been trasnformed for the better. This potential war is not Israel vs Iran. People need to understand that the entire Western Society and most non-Arabic countries are against Irans nuclear potential. Besides, if there is to be a war, i would say that it would be Iran to be "wiped off the map"

    from the article: Live on Haaretz: Netanyahu and Obama meet in Washington over Iran threat
    First published 15:27 05.03.12 | Last updated 15:27 05.03.12
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