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    • 08.01.07 | 19:43 (IST)

    You say israel might is far less in 40 years. Compare the economy,population,inflation rates, scientific and brain works...Israel is the most industrially and economically developed country in the Middle East. It has a technologically advanced market economy Etc. Now very few doubts that israel has less then 300 nuclear N bomb,A bomb, H bomb warheads, and soon a fleet of 4 or 5 submarines,missiles and planes able to deliver. its merkava is the best mbt and equiped with trophy or imi iron fist, technology that USmc is looking at and dreaming to have. Instead, the people that live in disputed territories are getting from worst to worst in economy and other issues. The plan to turn gaza a new hong kong is getting distant. We are talking here IF iran could n bomb israel. Everyone here knows these day will not came, but in contrary israel has the resources, brains and guts to do what armanijlfaslj just talk. Nice sleep.

    from the article: An alibi for the Arrow
    First published 00:00 08.01.07 | Last updated 00:00 08.01.07
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