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    • Eman
    • 13.03.07 | 16:21 (IST)

    Before the message from Israel was that Iraq posed a threat to Israel and the region. Many are sure that Israeli intelligence had a hand in convincing the U.S. that Iraq had WMD, and supported the U.S. in attacking Iraq. Now Israel says that Iran is a threat to Israel and the region. Enough young american men and women have been killed. Enough have them have been severly wounded. It is time that all U.S. military personnel come home to where they belong. It is time for the countries and the people that live within the middle east, come to terms among themselves, and try to make peace. This may take a gneration or two, may involve some wars here and there. Obviously both the Israeli and the arabs have not learned much from history past. When there is one regional power (i.e. Israel), this will directly cause other countries to gain similar military strength as to maintain status quo. Today it is being said that Iran is working on nuclear weapons. Well we have Pakistan and India.

    from the article: Iranian minister: Israel is the 'real nuclear danger' in Mideast
    First published 00:00 13.03.07 | Last updated 00:00 13.03.07
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