Iran's Mushrooming Threat

(Washington Times) Editorial - While we pass resolutions at the IAEA, the situation grows more dangerous. It is looking more and more like 2005 will be the critical year when the West will decide whether it is prepared to live with an Iranian atomic bomb, or take decisive action to prevent one from being developed. We understand that the U.S. and Europe are exhausted by Iraq, but we don't have the luxury of being exhausted. The truth is that the world will become a much more dangerous place if Iran - ruled by a violent, paranoid cabal that routinely employs terrorism as an instrument of state policy - is allowed to acquire a nuclear capacity.

2004-06-17 00:00:00

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