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    • zaniel bibes
    • 23.02.07 | 19:33 (IST)

    iran had nuke wareheads in 2002. about 18 warheads ready on the top of shihab missiles. israel's only choice is lose a little or lose too much. best way, sign peace now, give the syrians their land and let the UN patrol the borders. This way, if one attack Iran, the Sick Council will attack that country. But since Israel's politicians are corrupt and lack education, they would not go for this, in fact they will go for the dream of zion and the river to river 1000 nights. That means they are determined to end Israel. either peacfully or by war. so act now before it is too late. In wars, there is one winner and one loser. This is a possibility, the other possibility that Israeli politicians favour is that in war there is one alive and one dead. good luck Amro Peretz and the rest..

    from the article: Iran vows to show no 'weakness' over demands it halt nuclear program
    First published 00:00 23.02.07 | Last updated 00:00 23.02.07
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