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Will Iran be attacked ... or taken out ?

Reader comment on item: Today's Iran Debate Misses the Point

Submitted by Jon, a Brit in Euroland (France), Apr 9, 2015 at 11:36

One gets the impression that a limited intervention will not be enough, nor is this likely. Luckily it seems that the Saudis and other Sunni states on the Saudi payroll (like Egypt, and Pakistan) could put some assets on the table... Iran is quite possibly going to learn the hard way that the mode by which fairly primitive cultures use overwhelming force is quite different from the US's hollywoodian "shock and awe".

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