Stephen in Geneva #61 and your Emmental plan. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Roo
    • 27.09.09 | 01:14 (IST)

    "Secret facilities are known to Israel." Stephen Achilles heel alert. You obviously have no idea what is known to Israel and what is not, since Israeli intelligence did not permit you to know. What is more Israel has to contend with 'unknowns' even 'unknown unknowns'. Didn't you learn anything from that criminal Rumsfeld? If Israel miss even one scintilla of the nuclear targets it has to hit it will have to face the certainty of an accelerated nuclear weapons program outside of any NPT restrictions. So, assuming it has total knowledge of the dozens of targets [maybe hundreds]it must hit, it then has to hit them ALL, even those buried deep beneath the mountains. All of them so very near the limit of their fully laden F-16's range. Your simple little plan to destabilize Iran whilst massacring god knows how many Iranians without fear of reprisal for Israel or the wider region is as full of holes as a piece of mouldy Emmental.

    from the article: Report: New Iran nuclear facility will be operational soon
    First published 18:04 25.09.09 | Last updated 18:11 26.09.09
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