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    • Smart Rufus
    • 24.11.13 | 03:17 (IST)

    Why do we keep insisting that Iran does not develop a nuclear bomb, when the US, UK, Russia, France, China, India, Pakistan, North Korea and Israel have them. Is there some sort of ultra-secret agreement between these countries that in the year 2016 all their nuke weapons are going to be dismantled. The insistence of the P5+1 and Israel to block Iran from their right to produce nuclear fuel is going to derail any hope for an international agreement. The result of this will be a very ugly war in the region, which I am almost sure the Iranians will not be the first ones to start. By the way, I hold no love for the Islamic Republic of Iran but do feel sorry for the people who are caught in the middle and are painted with the same brush as the western powers and religious brothers paint their leaders.

    from the article: Iran and world powers reach interim deal on nuclear program
    First published 12:40 24.11.13 | Last updated 02:09 24.11.13
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