Behind anti-Iran rhetoric, fears of n...

Behind anti-Iran rhetoric, fears of nuclear gains

There are 2 comments on the The Washington Post story from Nov 4, 2011, titled Behind anti-Iran rhetoric, fears of nuclear gains. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

The United States, backed by key European and Middle Eastern allies, is increasing the pressure on Tehran ahead of next week's anticipated release of a U.N. report on Iran's nuclear activities.

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down with war criminals

Covington, VA

#1 Nov 4, 2011
It is called war mongering and fear mongering and war monger america and their master israel have been doing this for years.The only people who believe this BS are the hopeless idiots in america.The rest of the world has wised up to this colonist murderous agenda long ago.

“Rumoured asylum escapee”

Since: Jan 10

Queensland, Australia

#2 Nov 4, 2011
What's interesting is the discussion about Israelis possibly opting for a nuclear strike against Iran. Ummm, weren't they suppose to be pretending that they didn't have nukes.

Also the garbage from some Zionists about taking everybody down with them is beyond stupid.

Honestly, with the ranks of stupidity from so many different groups in our world today, I couldn't care less if Iran had nukes. Maybe it would free any nuclear war survivors from the global stupidity virus that much quicker.

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