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Reader comment on item: Iran's Final Solution Plan

Submitted by Victor Purinton (United States), Nov 1, 2005 at 14:51

Why don't we just say to the Iranians "If you don't explicitly recognize the right of Israel to exist, we will expel all Iranian nationals from the US and close the border to any further Iranian visitors, students and immigrants."

Let the people of Iran know that their government has made their nation an international pariah. See how long the government lasts then.

I'm not really serious, because it's just not fair to the good Iranians in the US. But it has a certain draconian appeal.
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