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    • Ronen NEWMARK
    • 05.04.10 | 17:05 (IDT)

    Either let U.N. inspectors into the country to evaluate EVERY single facility, to stay there for at LEAST a YEAR to monitor ongoing activity and any new nuclear facility construction, OR....... BOMB the regime already.. Let the Iranian people vote for a REAL President that THEY chose and not the Ayatola's election rigging... Iran is trying to play poker here, not realizing it has a lot less money, and a lot less power in the casino that it's trying to cheat... Let inspectors in, or get bombed.. It's that simple... Nuclear production is a privilege, not a right. It's a privilege only given to nations who have proven they are sane enough to utilize it properly... Last time I checked, when a leader says some other country should be "wiped off the map" it doesn't get instant privilege to develop ANYTHING nuclear, not even energy...

    from the article: Iran `still ready to negotiate solution to nuclear stand-off`
    First published 16:13 05.04.10 | Last updated 17:01 05.04.10
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