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    • Jamaican steve
    • 09.02.12 | 04:36 (IST)

    the iaea is a tool used by all countries, go research. but that's not even a hot point. Tell me, when has Israel threatened any nation, any nation at all to wipe them off the map, target population centers with weapons. They simply haven't. I"ll give you this though, if Iran was smart from the beginning, they would have kept their mouths shut like all the other countries who developed nukes like india, pakistand and south korea. What you fail to grasp is that these countries built nukes with no publicly announced intention to use them or engage with another country militarily while they were building them. They built them in silence, their enemies were not threatened and now they have nukes. No big deal. Iran needs to learn a poker face and learn to stop opening it's mouth at the wrong time. Oh yeah, and before 1979, before the extremist insane muslims took over Iran, they were cool with Israel, so that shows you that it wasn't always like this. Just a change in ideology, an EXTREME, nasty change.

    from the article: Harsher IAEA report on Iran nuclear program expected next month
    First published 01:22 09.02.12 | Last updated 01:22 09.02.12
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