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THE MISSING TARGET IN THE HIT LIST:

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Submitted by IamJoseph (Australia), Jun 12, 2008 at 03:10

"THE REGIME" - this is the first WMD in Iran. Once this regime is taken out, the rest becomes more simple, while also giving a hint to other regimes inclined towards destruction of the Jewish state as their only claim to fame.

Gadaffi got the message when he witnessed Sadaam's statues fall. Leave the regime in tact, and the situation becomes a guaranteed premise for worse to come.

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