Sooner or later Iran is going to have its nukes - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Tony Silver
    • 05.04.10 | 23:04 (IDT)

    Yes, Iran will obtain nuclear weapons, even if the mullahs are overthrown. Having spent about a quarter of the nations GDP on obtaining a credible nuclear weapons capability, do you really think any Iranian regime would simply throw it all in the trash?

    from the article: Iran `still ready to negotiate solution to nuclear stand-off`
    First published 16:13 05.04.10 | Last updated 17:01 05.04.10
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