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Israel’s Great Fear: Iran Might Act Like Them

Those who follow the Israeli media will see the nation’s government afraid of a myriad of things. Today, as it so often does, attention turns to Iran’s nuclear program, but with a different spin than usual.

Now, Israeli officials aren’t just scared that Iran might make a nuclear weapon, they are scared that Iran will copy their formula of “nuclear ambiguity” and not tell anybody about it. Military officials say that possibility “is growing.”

Of course this would be entirely impractical for a few reasons, not the least of which is that Iran, unlike Israel, is a member in good standing of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and lets inspectors survey their civilian enrichment program.

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The Saudi-greased b.s. reprinted by FP is getting so thick I'm going to have to go to Walmart and buy some higher rubber boots.

Israel is afraid of what? There is NO MORAL EQUIVALENCE between model democracy Israel and miserable insane Shiite Sharia nuthouse Iran: end of analysis.

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