August 15, 2010

Do Arabs Really Support Iranian Nukes?

Charlie Szrom, The American

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There is much more to the story than the widely reported headline that the Arab world has become increasingly comfortable with an Iranian nuclear weapon.

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TAGGED: Saudi Arabia, Morocco, United Arab Emirates, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Iran

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