There is no nuclear threat - but if we attack Iran, there soon will be

Hasan, Mehdi
November 2011
New Statesman;11/14/2011, Vol. 140 Issue 5079, p17
The article focuses on the efforts to stop Iran's nuclear weapons program by countries such as the U.S., Great Britain, and Israel. The author discusses the lack of evidence that Iran possesses nuclear weapons, the hypocrisy of nuclear weapons-owning countries such as Israel calling for support to attack Iran's nuclear research plants, and how Iran would become belligerent and retaliatory if attacked.


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