Iran will continue towards peaceful nuke energy production - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • binny
    • 19.05.10 | 22:59 (IDT)

    Iran now sees that it can cause more political damage to Israel by not building Nuke weapons than they could ever gain by building nukes. All Iran has to do is continue with just peaceful nuke energy production, and Israel gets a worse and worse reputation for crying that the sky is falling. Israel's word becomes more and more discredited every year that Iran doesn't build a nuke weapon. Also, every time Israel talks about possible future Iranian nuke weapon production, the issue of current existing Israeli nuke weapons instantly comes up. The more Israel talks about Iranian nukes, the more Israeli nukes become a bigger and bigger issue. Iran has the chess game set up very nicely where the more Israel rants about Iranian nukes, the tighter the ropes tighten around Israel. At this point all Israel can do is pray that Iran actually does build a nuke, just so Israel can get free of this diplomatic trap that Israel's politicians can't resist diving into.

    from the article: MESS Report / Israel is learning to live with a nuclear Iran
    First published 21:35 19.05.10 | Last updated 21:35 19.05.10
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