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

Submitted by miriam (Israel), Jul 9, 2009 at 19:16

Hah!

I am glad to hear this. I also noticed the inconsistency and searched around to see if others were talking about it. The media is very quiet on that. But we can't be the only one's with brains.

I'm guessing the USA must want Israel to do the dirty work of eliminating the nuclear weapon threat of Iran. That way Israel gets more blame and Obama stays looking clean.

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