Netanyahu is perfectly correct - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Amos J
    • 01.08.12 | 17:00 (IDT)

    Netanyahu is perfectly correct. Imagine if Israel had not bombed Osirak (against American & European objections), those Scuds that hit Israel in the Gulf War in 1991 would have had Nuclear warheads on them. And the Ayatollahs are 100X more fanatical & extreme than Saddam ever was ! So who benefitted the most from Osirak attack ? Obviously America, they were able to throw Saddam out from Kuwait & invade Iraq easily. If Saddam had a few nukes, he would have been the Emperor of the Middle-East by now !

    from the article: Netanyahu to Panetta: Iran is not convinced West is serious about stopping its nuclear program
    First published 16:42 01.08.12 | Last updated 16:42 01.08.12
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