Nuclear hypocrisy, double standards - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • arthas
    • 08.05.10 | 11:15 (IDT)

    If Israel and US and rest of the world want to probe Iran's nuke activities, they should also apply the same policy to Israel. Why shift the goalposts for Israel? If israel wants dont ask dont tell for its own nuke program, why should not Iran have the same freedom? I haven't seen Iran declare nuke weapons yet, nor has israel done it. Israel needs to stop being hypocritical. If they want the bomb so bad, go the India or Pakistan way or quit cribbing about Iran's secrecy while your own nuclear status is no more transparent

    from the article: Report: IAEA to discuss Israel's nuclear activities for first time
    First published 00:09 08.05.10 | Last updated 00:09 08.05.10
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