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    • joebhed
    • 20.10.07 | 16:06 (IST)

    Please, this issue has been discussed many times. Many of us who doubted the veracity of the interpretation since the beginning have seen a positive result. A mistake. For those who claimed otherwise, well, it is time to get over it. Let us put this part behind us. We still have more substantial matters to discuss. Did Israel strike a facility in Syria? I believe Israel still officially denies this. Syria claims a former military installation was hit. That's an empty clarification. What was the faility that was hit being used for now? Some truly dubious intellience say it was a nascent nuclear facility. Apparently not. If it was not an illegal nuclear facility that was hit, what was it? I don't believe ANY of the explanations that have been made thus far. Although we can all speculate, there is one thing that still bothers me. Did Israel in fact strike ANYTHING inside Syria, and, if so, then why aren't charges being brought before the UN on this illegal invasion?

    from the article: UN to act against interpreter who said Syria has 'nuclear' facility
    First published 00:00 20.10.07 | Last updated 00:00 20.10.07
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