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01/17/2008 06:46 PM ID: 67727 Permalink   

Israel Tests Long-range Missile Capable of "Unconventional Payload”


The Israel Defense Forces have confirmed the successful testing of a long range missile which Israeli radio says is capable of carrying an "unconventional payload".

A short statement from the Israeli Defense Ministry said "A successful missile launch was carried out within the framework of examining rocket propulsion".

Israeli Prime Minister, Ehud Olmert reiterated on Monday that "all options" were open in preventing Iran from developing a nuclear deterrent.

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So Israel can have a (presumably) nuclear delivery system and nobody raises an eyebrow and Iran can even have a nuclear power reactor?
  by: ixuzus     01/17/2008 08:57 PM     
Nope. Makes loads of sense too if you think about it.

From what information I have gotten from Fox and other TV news sources. Israel has never ever once hurt anyone. And the Iranians eat babies. Not just babies but also eat kittens and other cute things as well. Oh and they worship the devil too! Not just that... They also are left handed!!! We all know thats the evil hand!!!

So yes that is why the Israelis need nuclear weapons capability. That way they can protect their unsinful hearts from the baby & kitten eating, devil worshiping, left handed Iranians.
  by: slavefortheman     01/17/2008 09:07 PM     
Israel never said it wasnt going to make nuclear weapons though.

Iran did.

If anyones interested its got a range of about 4000km with 3 nuclear warheads and a MIRV system of some sort.
  by: AnsweringQuestions     01/17/2008 09:12 PM     
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