I think what people fail to realise is that the way weapons are moving forwards in sophistication there is no point in a so called qualitative edge in the region. My point is that once all Middle Eastern countries have weapons that can destroy a large area in very little time it really doesn't matter if the country under attack has better weapons or not. The day of the bomb must come to an end and people have to understand that the only way to survive is by finding some kind of workable peace in the region. If people fail to get this message then the only winners will be America who trades on the misery and paranoia of the Middle East.
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