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Reader comment on item: U.S. to Israel: You Decide Nukes in Iran, We Decide Bedrooms in Jerusalem

Submitted by R.S. Davis (United States), Jul 9, 2009 at 10:30

"Displeased as I am over the "settlement" issue, I prefer this situation to the reverse – Israelis free to build bedrooms but not to deal with Iran."

A foolish preference- Israeli's building more Jewish housing is far more likely to occur than bombing Iran, and it will accomplish something concrete in terms of Israel retaining vital territory. Bombing Iran is unlikely to happen, and the result is up in the air, and unlikely to be as positive as imagined.

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