Stephen in Geneve - Part Deux - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Persian Kitty
    • 11.04.10 | 18:53 (IDT)

    cont'd..and bragging about missiles, centifuges, new U developments really SHOULD NOT scramble any country into action even the well-protected Israel. And for the sake of the region, I sure hope that people in charge in Israel aren't bunch of easily-manipulated emotional basket cases who would unleash unimaginable fronts based on the bragging of some other foolish politician. The Iranian people don't buy into regime propaganda and have no problem w/israel. Attack them and you'll have another 70 MILLION enemies instantaneously & so needlessly. To throw to garbage our millennia-old friendship is the most stupid advocacy I've heard. Don't u think? Loads of purr and a big meow for my lovely Stephen in the beautiful Swiss Alps....

    from the article: U.S. Defense Secretary: A nuclear Iran is not inevitable
    First published 10:40 11.04.10 | Last updated 18:44 11.04.10
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