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I believe that in the interest of consistency we should order Israel to surrender it's nuclear arsenal.

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Submitted by Greywulf (United States), Jul 16, 2009 at 09:43

No one has mentioned the elephant sleeping on the lawn. Why do we allow a nuclear Israel? I for one think that is a VERY bad idea....

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What problems have there been in the fifty years since Israel built nuclear weapons? They have helped protect a democratic but vulnerable society.

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