What does "absolutely maybe" mean? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Mark from Georgia
    • 27.06.10 | 19:11 (IDT)

    Is that like the only permanence is change. When you have to get world leaders together that only come to the conclusion that "absolutely" Israel "May" attack Iran? "Maybe" we "absolutely" don't need their kind of leadership. I do know if Iran gets Nukes they "absolutely" will find a way to use them against their enemies, no "maybes" about it. Of course Iran will find a proxy to deliver such a weapon and use it, since, as we all know , they hire out people to die for them (i.e. Hamas, Hezbollah etc.) they use these mercenaries to fight there battles allowing Iran the plausible deniability it needs for the world stage. So the G8 agreed to this ridiculous statement of the "absolute maybe" with regards to Israel, without addressing in any meaningful way the Iranian threat. Which BTW is an "absolute" not a "maybe".

    from the article: G-8 'fully believes' Israel will attack Iran, says Italy PM
    First published 17:05 27.06.10 | Last updated 17:05 27.06.10
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