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Submitted by yuriy (United States), Jun 22, 2007 at 17:54

imagine Israel has done that, - Iran's enrichment capabilities are suppressed. FOR NOW. Then what ? Iran exits the Non-Proliferation Treaty and embarks upon large-scale nulcear program. She will have international sympathy in that, as a victim of an unprovoked aggression. Will Israel be repeating the mission every few years, or months,..? WIll Israeli raids on Iran become routine, as routine as Iranian advances towards nuclear capabilities ? Next time it might be not three big but three hundred small facilities to bomb. Permanent air war ?

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