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Not just Israel & Iran

Reader comment on item: The Unthinkable Consequences of an Iran-Israel Nuclear Exchange

Submitted by Manny (Canada), Nov 27, 2007 at 09:24

Cordesman's parenthesis about Jordan is a small reminder that civilians in many other countries will suffer directly from an Israel-Iran nuclear conflict. The Iranian missiles downed by the Israeli Patriots will probably fall in Iraq &/or Jordan, with Damas not far. And there are, of course, the Palestinians, the people for whome this war will be fought.

Where are the cries from these countries? Why is Israel the lone voice?

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