The think tank doesn?t say HOW Israel should hit Iran. Here's how - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Ethan
    • 03.01.07 | 19:01 (IST)

    http://www.israelnationalnews.com/article.php3?id=6722 and http://www.neutroniran.blogspot.com/ But if that's too complicated, one H-bomb on Tehran will derail Iran's whole nuke program. Iran's one of the most centralized countries on earth. Over half the country's industry is there including autos, electronics, electrical equipment, military weaponry, textiles, sugar, cement, chemicals, plus two airports and a stock exchange. An oil refinery's nearby. Major gas and oil pipelines run through the city. Iran's coordinating government ministries are in Tehran, 30 percent of Iran's public sector workforce and 45 percent of Iran's large industrial firms. Iran's transportation is highly centralized, including railways, with Tehran the central hub. Wipe out that hub and the whole country falls apart. Raw materials, finished goods and especially food will be impossible to ship. Make no mistake. You can really do a job on Iran with one hydrogen bomb. Tehran is their glass jaw.

    from the article: Think tank: Israel could attack Iran's nuclear program alone
    First published 00:00 02.01.07 | Last updated 00:00 02.01.07
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