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    • GeneG USA
    • 16.12.13 | 17:58 (IST)

    Could anyone here explain what Iran would do if it succeeded in developing a nuclear bomb?. Who would it use it on and expect to survive? Of course it would be better if it did not develop a nuclear bomb at all, but it could anticipate complete destruction if it attempted to use it on another country.. Both the US and Israel are in a position to destroy Iran with thermonuclear bombs and it is clear that should Iran make an attempt it would be the end of Iran. Moreover, the attempt would be unsuccessful since no doubt the US will deploy a missile defense system to protect Israel and the Arab states facing the Red Sea. C'mon people, the US is lots of things but it is not stupid. Moreover, it did exactly this based on Guam to shut N. Korea up with its nuclear bomb threats on S. Korea or Japan.. Indeed there is no point anymore in any country developing a nuclear weapon that it might use on the US or one of its allies, on Russia or on China. Use of a nuclear bomb on another country would be suicide. Is that not a good red line?

    from the article: White House adviser consults Israeli officials on Iran deal
    First published 02:30 16.12.13 | Last updated 02:30 16.12.13
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