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If Iran wants nukes...give them some

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Submitted by Scott (United States), Jun 13, 2007 at 01:51

Iran seems to want nukes pretty badly. Rather than waste men and machines on a daring raid, why not just lob three Israeli nukes at Iran and end this mess with three low yield explosions over the three Iranian targets?

Of course the UN and the rest of the world will whine about it but the entire world will be secretly grateful to Israel, just as they were when Israel took out Iraq's Osarak reactor....

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