IAEA stresses Iran nuclear "dialogue", Tehran defiant

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AlfredReaud wrote:

The leaders of both countries must be smoking crack. “a nuclear arms-free zone in the Middle East could not be a reality until” ALL Middle East countries practice nuclear disarmament and stay that way, including Israel. Anything else is smoke and mirrors.

Because while Israel possesses nuclear weapons in the Middle East, other countries are going to want them too. Countries such as Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and Iran, regardless of what they profess in public. What’s to stop them? Sanctions? Did sanctions get Castro out of Cuba? Has sanctions been effective with North Korea?

Israel has the right to them for self-defense. So do the other countries. That’s what happens when the genie is let out of the bottle. It can’t easily be put back in…

Jan 25, 2013 8:38am EST  --  Report as abuse
rgbviews wrote:

Since when is Davos a substitute for the UN Security Council?
Why is Israel promoting war at an economic forum?

Paving the way for war has no business at the World Economic Forum. Netanyahu must make his case at the UN Security Council, an instution a lot less friendly and a lot less susceptible to pro-Isreal lobbying.

Americans should resent being pushed into yet another war by Israel, a so-called “surgical operation” that has a high risk of infection spreading into WW3.

Jan 26, 2013 1:52am EST  --  Report as abuse
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