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    • bruce
    • 07.09.06 | 19:45 (IDT)

    What an absurd theory of how Iran will use its new found power if it gets the Bomb. Iran has threatened too many times to count the need to destroy Christians, Jews, the US and Isreal. Also, the author misses the fact that Iran can use a proxy to sneak the Bomb into Isreal or some other country. No missle launch just a big bang and the happy Muslims are off to see a bunch of virgins and the rest of us go to Muslim hell. If the mad government of Iran decides to launch a nuclear attack you can bet they will be sitting in a bunker waiting out the response. Their logic in attacking is to take Isreal off the face of the planet. The Muslim lives lost in Isreal and Iran will be, per their prior statements, worth the price. Pedatzur fails to address what happens if he is wrong about how Iran will handle the Bomb. Let Iran have nukes and Pedatzur can explain his theory to the survivors in Isreal, if he survives.

    from the article: Let them have nukes
    First published 00:00 07.09.06 | Last updated 00:00 07.09.06
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