There is no point in sanctions anymore. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Mike
    • 13.10.13 | 11:17 (IDT)

    As a senior isreali said, iran can assemble a nuke anytime they want now. So, the sanctions are only hurting the west, because they can't make billions from the iran market. Iran trade with east is thriving. By my analysis, iran has probably told the west, we have the bomb, and we are going to sign more contracts with russia,china,east, if you want a piece of the pie, start negotiating.

    from the article: Netanyahu tells French, U.K. leaders: Sanctions are working, now hit Iran even harder
    First published 23:45 12.10.13 | Last updated 23:45 12.10.13
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