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    • Cukoo Smollani
    • 25.02.10 | 15:13 (IST)

    We should ignore Ahmadinojab's repeated threats to exterminate us - he does not mean it. And even if he did, he is too rational to use it. This is beacuse he knows that his dropping of a bomb on TelAviv, Israeli retaliation will kill millions of Iranian civilians and he really cares about their well being. Peace Now man

    from the article: Iranian threat to destroy Israel doesn't hold up
    First published 02:20 25.02.10 | Last updated 06:02 25.02.10
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