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    • Nick Smith, Oxford UK
    • 28.11.11 | 18:53 (IST)

    There is going to come a point when Iran has so many missiles that it won't be possible to strike it, due to the mess it's retaliation will cause. Just like Lebannon where they have 50,000 missiles ready to go, and suddenly Israel dare not attack them. I don't like the idea of Iran going nuclear, but it's going to get to the point very soon where an attack to stop it will be unthinkable.

    from the article: North Korea supplying Syria, Iran with prohibited nuclear technology, report says
    First published 17:16 28.11.11 | Last updated 17:16 28.11.11
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