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    • Lou Medel
    • 15.03.10 | 17:23 (IST)

    "Iran attempted to buy a nuclear bomb from Pakistan as early as 1987, a leading Middle East analyst has told Haaretz" I don't blame Iran for wanting the bomb back then. They needed it for defense. Iraq had started the war, at the behest of the U.S. We were "disgruntled" because the Shah, our appointee, had been thrown out. Today Persia doesn't want, nor need, the bomb. But they do need the knowledge and technology to build one in case some incredibly paranoid hate-monger attacks them. President Obama acknowledged that the U.S., a nuclear superpower, was the only one to use this weapon on civilians. "With this comes the responsibility to never let this happen again." Whole heartedly agree. Don't give Persia a reason to build one and use it. Believe it or not, Peace is a good thing. Is that thought so alien? To some people maybe. Salaam/Shalom

    from the article: Iran tried to buy nuclear bomb from Pakistan as early as 1987
    First published 10:16 15.03.10 | Last updated 10:56 15.03.10
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