it has nothing to do with nukes, its all about defiance, just like the mafia, if one shop owner defies the mafia, they have to make - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 06.10.13 | 17:31 (IDT)

    they have to make an example out of him, or else, everyone else will defy them. Mubarak obeyed the US's will, he is still alive, and he managed to dodge all sorts of criminal charges. ghaddafi defied the US, he was killed like a rabid dog. and displayed to the public, saddam too. now look at the puppet dictators who got overthrown, all retired and living a fancy life. its all about obeying the commands of the the west. if assad signed a peace treaty with israel 2-3 years ago, american drones would be bombing the bases of the free syrian army today rather than arming them. after and if the FSA wins the war, and if they fire 1 shot at israel, they will get bombed back to the caves they came from. its not about good vs bad, dictator vs democracy. its about bombing nations into submission.

    from the article: Iran: The facts are clear, what they mean is something else
    First published 04:31 06.10.13 | Last updated 04:31 06.10.13
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