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    • American in NY
    • 30.09.09 | 20:03 (IST)

    Israel does not want to see Iran obtain a nuclear weapon. - Aluf Benn Mark, I have come to the conclusion that Israel will not allow any surrounding state nuclear capability of any kind. That would have a breakout potential. On a separate note, The Israeli airstrikes against nuclear sites in Iraq and the Supposed facility in Syria did not result in any nuclear contamination locally or regionally. The Iraqi site had not yet had loaded with fuel. The Syrian facility was supposedly under construction. If Israel were to strike any of the operational nuclear sites in Iran, particularly Bushehr, I would expect that there would be considerable nuclear contamination throughout the region primarily in the states along the coast of the Persian Gulf, not to mention Iran itself. What surprises me is that I have never heard any discussion of the possibility of such contamination and its ramifications. Care to comment?

    from the article: Cries of 'hold me back' may lead Israel to strike Iran
    First published 01:08 30.09.09 | Last updated 04:27 30.09.09
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