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    • peter the great
    • 07.08.13 | 12:02 (IDT)

    The world has been hearing about Iran's progress on a nuclear bomb since 2003. We have been told repeatedly that Iran is only months from a nuclear bomb over the last decade, however we have not seen a shred of evidence so far! A strike on Iran would be cataclysmic for the Middle East including Israel. If Iran's nuclear facilities are destroyed they are not going to sit back and say well that's the end of our nuclear program. There will be a response, although Israel has the largest military force, Iran can strike Israel and do some serious damage and cause life loss. It will be a bit more sophisticated than small rockets with no accuracy. One should think of a possible scenario of a missile hitting the Dimona plant ? Tough talk BiBi but you wont be so tough when missiles are being traded between Tehran and Tel Aviv!

    from the article: Netanyahu: 'I won’t wait until it’s too late' to decide on Israeli attack on Iran
    First published 20:43 14.07.13 | Last updated 20:43 14.07.13
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