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Taken With Calling the Ambassadors Home, Barak May be Hinting At Something

Posted by avideditor on December 29, 2009

Taken With Calling the Ambassadors Home, Barak May be Hinting At Something: “Newsmax:

Israeli Defense Chief: Iran Can Build Bomb by 2011
Monday, 28 Dec 2009 07:55

Israel Radio reports that Defense Minister Ehud Barak says Iran will have the technology to build a nuclear bomb early next year and will be able to produce one in 2011.

Defense Minister Ehud Barak delivered this assessment before the Israeli parliament’s defense and foreign affairs committee.

The Defense Ministry said it could not confirm the report, and a Barak spokesman wasn’t immediately available for comment.

Israel rejects Tehran’s claims that its nuclear program is designed to produce energy, not bombs. It has lobbied for tough sanctions against Iran and has not ruled out a military strike against Iranian nuclear facilities.

Iran is under pressure from its domestic opposition and the West to suspend key parts of its nuclear program.

2 Responses to “Taken With Calling the Ambassadors Home, Barak May be Hinting At Something”

  1. keefe said

    Holy cow, avid, you’ve been busy lately.

    But you know, you’re going to have to pick up the pace.

    • avideditor said

      Lol. The article is about the failure of Libtard papers. I hope they fail. That is what happens when no one trust you. Many people I know no longer get our local paper because it is so Libtard. Like me posting stories I find interesting or should I just stick to posting sparely original content? Writing post for me takes a while. I have been writing one on on how people that believe in the 2 state myth for Israel are just promoting the final solution for over a week now.

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