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    • Bilal Saeed
    • 22.08.10 | 06:21 (IDT)

    I sometimes just don't understand why these so-called "western countries" have a problem with Iran having a nuclear facility when they themselves have access to it? Moreover, the US's "calming message to Israel", why? If Israel is allowed to have access to such technology then why is it such a big fuss when there is an Arab nation attempting to possess one? If it is all about protecting one's nation then under that category all countries should be allowed to defend themselves by sustaining the means if the need arises. Then why the double standards by the US when it comes to Israel? Surely, it is clearly evident in this case that it is not the Israelis who need protecting.

    from the article: Iran's Bushehr nuclear plant a small threat to Israel, for now
    First published 01:28 22.08.10 | Last updated 01:28 22.08.10
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