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Who could take on Iran ??

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Submitted by Carlos de Souza (India), Jan 19, 2015 at 20:28

Hi Mark,

I agree with you, by and large. However, I seriously doubt that Turkey could take on Iran by herself.

Yes, for sure, Israel could thrash the living daylights out of Iran. They are just too powerful in almost every category for Iran. But, whether Turkey could defeat Iran comprehensively, I have strong doubts.

Cheers,

Carlos.

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