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    • EL
    • 16.03.12 | 05:28 (IST)

    That's the question. This constant harping on the Iranian bomb is now out of control. Iran will not bomb Israel for they are not stupid or with death wishes. The problem here is that Israel wants to be the ONLY country in the ME to have nukes. So, Israel has been trying for ages to keep Iranians or any other ME country from getting their nukes. Too bad. And eventually, the rest of the international community will get fed up with Israel's gimmicks and won't do anything more. Learn to live with the nukes, Israel. We, in the U.S. did it with the Russians. It is totally obscene for Israel to keep on doing this dance macabre because it doesn't want to deal with the Palestinian problem. The only reason why Israel and Bibi and his ilk keep harping about Iran is simply to ignore the larger problem they have: a peace with the Palestinians. The Iran bomb issue is phony!

    from the article: An Iran attack is the toughest question Israel faced since 1948
    First published 04:47 15.03.12 | Last updated 04:47 15.03.12
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