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Iran Nuclear Coercion

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Submitted by Paul Jeffery (Australia), Jul 16, 2015 at 19:01

The race is now on in the Sunni Arab worldto stop Iran's nuclear coercion. The first goal for ISIS in particular , is that they must get control of Bagdhad earlier than they might have planned. And ISIS itself must go into Iran , like Israel has, to sabotage the nuclear programs of Iran.

The other problem for the region is that Saudi Arabia will feel forced to obtain nuke weapons from Pakistan. Any complaints from outside and they might just restrict the traffic of oil through Gulf waters.

For Israel , with de-facto friends like this they may soon have no viable enemies as they seek to destroy each other.

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