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    • Joseph E .
    • 03.09.06 | 17:26 (IDT)

    Quote " Who in the hell you are to have the right for nuclear weapons, and Iran couldnt ???" Back in the late 70's and early 80's, As soon as the Saudis learned about Iran's nuclear intent , the Saudis manipulated and hired Iraq to stop or weaken Iran nuke desire. Iran lost its legitimacy to obtain such weapon thru Iran's statements , conducts , connections and Teheran's Mullah ideology of a geater Islam expansion if not thru will then thru force, A nuclear Iran has nothing to do with deterrence but Iran's criminal intent desire ,also carried out thru Iran's involevement in Iraq's murderous sectarian division thru its proxys clerics in Iraq, and Iran's terror army division under Hezbollah with Syria complicity in Lebanon streets fight against Israel just to name a few , Iran's list of behavior is long and recorded . Quote " Start packing your stuffs and go back to USA !!". USA reject Iran's Lies and transgression of UN deadline to stop Uranium enrichement, Terror and Terror States.

    from the article: Former Iranian president says U.S. policies trigger terrorism
    First published 00:00 03.09.06 | Last updated 00:00 03.09.06
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