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Who does Iran fear?

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Submitted by William Sumner Scott, J.D. (United States), May 9, 2006 at 14:27

Dr. Pipes,

It appears to us that the people who should be mobilized are those other Islamist countries, if any exist, who are afraid of Nukes in the possession of Iran. Iran will turn a deaf ear to any threats. They are twice as strong as Iraq and no one listened in Iraq to the threats of invasion by the UN/US forces. So, the question is: What threats would Iran consider?

Bill

William Sumner Scott, J.D.

Executive Director

Judicial Equality Foundation, Inc.

wss@jefound.org

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