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Iranian nuclear threat

Reader comment on item: Iran's Final Solution Plan

Submitted by Bruce Boyman (United States), Nov 5, 2005 at 01:08

I wonder if the profits from selling nuclear reactors to Iran, North Korea, and Pakistan were worth the expanded risks to world security. It is now a race to block possession of fissile materials.

The threat of ANY nuclear strike strongly negates the conventional superiority of countries by their ability to wreak such appalling devastation IN SPITE of that conventional ability. It would drastically undermine the world we now know. Arabs have spitefully resorted to terror due to Israel's ability to win the tank/plane/infantry wars of the past, but terror or missile nuclear pushes many envelopes beyond historical norms.

The U.S. Army is busy. The U.S. and Israeli air forces aren't.

G-d bless.

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