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Will military intervention be inevitable should Iran field a nuclear weapon?

Yes66 %66 %66 % 66.67 % (20)
No30 %30 %30 % 30.00 % (9)
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Other, please list in comments3 %3 %3 % 3.33 % (1)

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"Will intervention be inevitable...
by reconeil
on Apr 20, 2011

...should Iran field a nuclear weapon" is pretty-much a moot point.

If such were to occur, whom could or would intervene?

Just how exactly would anyone intervene militarily?

By nutty nuking Iran & starting a nuclear war to:"Save lives"?

Besides, if not even North Korea was ever intervened with,

why so differently pick on Iran, anyway?

Is Iran more a Threat to World Peace than North Korea?


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