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    • Ronald
    • 27.04.10 | 15:31 (IDT)

    First off do not ever and I mean ever blame Israel for 9/11. What about UK, France, Spain, Russia are they also vicitims of terrorism because of there support towards Israel? I do not think so. Secondly, your comparison to the Soviet Union and the USA during the Cold War is not correct. The Cold War was two very huge countries with each having more then 300 Mil population. If Soviet Union nuked NY the USA would nuke Moscow, Then you still would of had Washington, Chicago, LA, Seattle, Denver, Miami and so on. The Soviets would have Kiev, Leningrad, Ektaninberg, Chelyabinsk, Minsk, Odessa, Get the picture? Here you have what a country just a little bit bigger then New York City with half of the population, So if Israel gets nuked there is no more Israel and even if Israel launches 10 nukes in return then Tehran would get hit, But Iran would still stay and be around. But, Iran could wipe off Israel with 1 Nuke, They do not need 200 Nukes.

    from the article: Does Israel stand alone against Iran?
    First published 10:20 28.04.10 | Last updated 10:20 28.04.10
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