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    • Jack
    • 14.07.12 | 15:58 (IDT)

    Iran has no intention of building a nuclear weapon, much less using one. All intelligence agree on this. Iran does apparently , want to have breakout capability, just like Japan and Germany, the two nations responsible for the last major war.Under the NPT which Iran is a signatory to and Israel i9s not, Iran has this right. The NPT might have been written differently, but it was not. Iran threatens no one. It threatens only to defend itself if attacked. The Iranian regime may be odious in many ways, but there is nothing in international that justifies attacking Iran.

    from the article: Ex-IDF general: U.S. missed chance for diplomatic solution to Iran nuclear issue
    First published 23:07 12.07.12 | Last updated 23:07 12.07.12
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