Wednesday, 12 April 2006

Atomic Iran

In 1981 when Israel bombed Baghdad's nuclear reactor in a bold air strike, the world was outraged.

Yet is there any doubt that if his reactor had been contructed as planned that when Saddam's Scuds were dropping in the suburbs of Tel Aviv in the 1991 Gulf War that some of them would have been armed with nuclear warheads?

How happy were the residents of Tel Aviv in 1991 that action had been taken in 1981 to halt Iraq's nucler programme? And how happy might the residents of the Middle East be in years to come if action is taken to halt Iran's atomic programme now?

LINKS: Blixatron - Cox and Forkum
Iran enriches uranium for the first time - Regime Change Iran
Iran cartoons - Cox & Forkum

Politics-World, War

No comments:

Post a Comment

1. Commenters are welcome and invited.
2. All comments are moderated. Off-topic grandstanding, spam, and gibberish will be ignored. Tu quoque will be moderated.
3. Read the post before you comment. Challenge facts, but don't simply ignore them.
4. Use a name. If it's important enough to say, it's important enough to put a name to.
5. Above all: Act with honour. Say what you mean, and mean what you say.