Israeli police stand near cars that were damaged when a rocket fired by Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip landed nearby in the southern city of Ashdod on March 12.(Jack Guez/AFP/Getty Images)
Israeli police stand near cars that were damaged when a rocket fired by Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip landed nearby in the southern city of Ashdod on March 12.
(Jack Guez/AFP/Getty Images)

‘Iran Wouldn’t Use the Bomb’

March 15, 2012  •  From theTrumpet.com
What Israel has to fear, even if it doesn’t get nuked.
 

Iran wouldn’t be crazy enough to nuke Israel, so Israel doesn’t need to worry about attacking Iran. That’s the gist of the argument against war with Iran, being penned by columnists around the world.

That’s a big assumption, considering the aggressive language coming from Iran’s leaders.

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