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What about Iran?

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Submitted by Eliot I. Sakols (United States), Oct 7, 2003 at 22:16

Dear Daniel,

What about Iran--I am fearful of the smug , fanatic , Muslim clerics and what they might do with a nuclear weapon. I read today of an announcement that they will continue with their uranium enrichment regardless of international and UN demands for transparency of their nuclear program.

Since when does a country with such huge petroleum reserves need ""peaceful" nuclear power?

Can anyone afford to wait for the predicted , but thus far repressed ,popular uprising of the new generation of young Iranians against the theocracy?

Sincerely,
Eliot I. Sakols DMD MS
Chicago, Ill
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