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Target Iran: Drawing Red Lines in the Sand

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Target Iran: Drawing Red Lines in the Sand
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Publisher: Smashwords
ISBN-13: 9780985785055
Number of pages: 95

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A history of Iran and its conflict with the United States and Israel over its uranium enrichment program, a discussion of the likelihood of war between the parties and a proposal for a comprehensive nuclear weapons policy for all nations.

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