The propaganda keeps on coming - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • R.Jonas
    • 05.12.11 | 14:04 (IST)

    This is just to give Israel an excuse to 'not attacking' so it does not look quite so ridiculous huffing and puffing about Iran. The truth is, and it has been frequently reported, Iran's nuclear facilities are a very, very, very long way underground and remain untouched. It suits Israel/US to believe these stories, or to put them out, because it gets them off the hook of looking like war-mongering idiots and suggests that well really, the 'superior' Israelis are just so clever they can bomb things in Iran without going to war - and the Iranians don't care about the propaganda because as an ancient and sophisticated culture they are very pragmatic and they know their nuclear facilities are safe and untouched and anything which quietens the yapping of the US and Israel is a good thing. So, all good really. Everyone is happy.

    from the article: Report: Iran blast completely destroyed major missile-testing site
    First published 10:40 05.12.11 | Last updated 10:40 05.12.11
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