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  1. Adelson should stick to gambling with money and not the future of planet earth. Disturbing stuff.

    Comment by Openco — October 24, 2013 @ 4:51 PM

  2. A tactical nuclear strike on their nuclear plant would solve the problem.

    Comment by Kirill Tuchin — October 24, 2013 @ 6:05 PM

  3. Mexico has a lot of drug dealers, who terrorize parts of the country. Maybe we ought to send a nuke to a relatively uninhabited part of Mexico, with the warning that the next one will wipe out Mexico City unless the Mexicans go along with our demands.

    Let's see how well that plays in the international community. I am rethinking my support of Birthright Israel.

    Comment by Dan Silagi — October 25, 2013 @ 12:00 AM

  4. Your comparison is totally perverted. Mexico doesn't threaten to wipe the US off the face of the earth. Their drug dealers just want to make money, and poisoning the willing is their way…
    The term "international Community" is crap (pardon for the expression). This is the same "International Community" that let 1 million people get massacred in Biafra, close to 1 million get massacred in Rwanda, let China rape Tibet, let North korea starve millions of its citizens to death, and recently let over 100 thousand people get killed in Syria. But if you just as much as scratch the butt of a Pale****nian you see the "International Community" rise in sanctimoneous indignation against Israel. "International community" my arse….

    Comment by Sam Gilon — October 25, 2013 @ 2:59 PM

  5. OK you dismiss Adelson's viewpoint…what is your proposition for solution?

    Comment by Michael Dar — October 25, 2013 @ 3:24 PM

  6. Iran could produce enough weapons-grade uranium to build a nuclear bomb in as little as a month, according to a new estimate by one of the USA's top nuclear experts.

    The new assessment comes as the White House invited Senate staffers to a briefing on negotiations with Iran as it is trying to persuade Congress not to go ahead with a bill to stiffen sanctions against Iran.
    RABBI DR. BERNHARD ROSENBERG

    Comment by Bernhard Rosenberg — October 25, 2013 @ 3:52 PM

  7. The US has the right to strike Iran witha nuke or without it, becouse the Iranian invaded US territory, the US Embassy in Teheran in1979 and this was an act of war.

    Comment by Esteban Sperber Frankel — October 25, 2013 @ 6:30 PM

  8. Yes they did, and should have: In 1979.

    Comment by Dan Silagi — October 25, 2013 @ 9:09 PM

  9. When was the last time Iran threatened to wipe the USA off the face of the earth? Educate me on that one, you Obama-hating idiot. As for arses, you can kiss mine, Sammy.

    Comment by Dan Silagi — October 25, 2013 @ 9:10 PM

  10. See if this feels familiar, as spoken by the Grand Ayatollah in Amazon Kindle's new thriller The Bahrain Protocol, "Continue to ask for negotiations; invite the U.S. and European nations to the talks; sow dissention and split them from each other." "The bomb is almost ready; lengthy negotiations will give us time to complete and test it."

    Iran's nuclear plans are about to come to fruition, and Israel's Jews will not live under the threat of being 15 minutes away from a Nuclear Holocaust. They will do something about it-in partnership with its former nemesis Saudi Arabia. And by the way, the U.S. will be dragged into it, kicking and screaming.

    Wish for the best, but prepare for the worst-read about the coming war in Amazon Kindle's prescient new thriller – The Bahrain Protocol.

    Comment by The Bahrain Protocol — October 26, 2013 @ 9:13 AM

  11. I believe this to be true. RABBI DR. BERNHARD ROSENBERG

    Israel urged the United States to pass a new round of sanctions against Tehran, and warned that Iran could potentially have enough fissile material for a bomb within weeks.

    An Israeli official issued comments on Iran’s nuclear program in response to reports from Washington that the White House wanted Congress to hold off on passing a new round of sanctions against Iran as a gesture in the midst of the ongoing six-party talks to diplomatically disarm Iran’s nuclear program

    Comment by Bernhard Rosenberg — October 27, 2013 @ 10:38 AM

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