January 8, 2013

U.S. Should Attack Iran's Revolutionary Guard

Daniel Pipes, National Review

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The time is well overdue to respond to IRGC atrocities with the language of force, the only language that Iranian leaders understand — and this might have the additional benefit of avoiding greater hostilities.

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TAGGED: United States, Middle East, Iran, IRGC, Revolutionary Guards

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