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TARGETING IRAN: The Head Of The Snake

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Submitted by Adina Kutnicki, Israel (Israel), Sep 13, 2013 at 14:52

Herein lies some additonal food for thought, regarding the fires raging in the Middle East, and the utmost urgency to target the head of the Islamist snake, Iran -

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