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    • Haris
    • 10.11.11 | 15:47 (IST)

    What gives Israel the right to have nuclear power while not allowing Iran to ? A common answer by Israel and the USA is that Iranians are extreemests and might use these weapons to wipe out Israel. But Israeli have enough extreemests to wipe out the whole world. They have Christians and Muslims, and in every march they shout "Death to Arabs". I see both as the same risk, both thirsty for killing and blood. And if you want to stop Iran then have guts to stop Israel's nuclear power. Reports say Israel has around 300 nuclear bombs. And leaks say Iran MIGHT have obtained less than 10 !!!! So Iran has enough to distroy Israel, but Israel have enough to distroy the whole world, and believe me, they won't mind using it !

    from the article: Iran threatens to hit back with 'iron fists' to any Israel, U.S. attack
    First published 12:27 10.11.11 | Last updated 12:27 10.11.11
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