So what if iran has nukes ..... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • nasir
    • 20.10.07 | 20:00 (IST)

    So what if iran has nukes. why not. israel the biggest terrorist state in the world has nukes and the only country in the middle east to have nukes but it states that iran cant have nukes. what stupid ugly nasty hypocracy.... Israel has openly boasted of destroying the middle east with nukes and openly claimed to nuke europe but it states that iran with nuclear bombs wud be dangerous. People if the world was nuclear free and iran was the 1st country to develop nuclear weapons then i admit it would be noble and decent for the rest of the world to say that no nuclear weapons on earth as humanity is more important but the fact that israel, the u.s and the u.k has nuclear weapons and are the only countries to openly cry and winge about iran having them is utterly sad pathetic and hypocritical. iran needs nuclear weapons to stop terrorists states like israel and to some extent the u.s.a which has been over taken by israel to invade dictate and bully the rest of the world. go iran...

    from the article: Complex, but not impossible
    First published 00:00 18.10.07 | Last updated 00:00 19.10.07
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