February 8, 2014

Iran's Bomb in the Basement

Caroline Glick, Jerusalem Post

The Associated Press

Iran either has a bomb already or is about to get one. And, having been abandoned by the White House, we face this threat alone.

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TAGGED: Middle East, Iran

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