Iran's Nuclear Race with Israel As the Bush administration keeps up a steady drumbeat of warnings to Iran not to develop nuclear weapons, commentator Roya Hakakian reflects on the nuclear rivalry between Iran and Israel. As a Jew born in Iran, she finds this confrontation deeply disturbing. Hakakian is the author of the memoir Journey from the Land of No: A Girlhood Caught in Revolutionary Iran.
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Iran's Nuclear Race with Israel

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Iran's Nuclear Race with Israel

Iran's Nuclear Race with Israel

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As the Bush administration keeps up a steady drumbeat of warnings to Iran not to develop nuclear weapons, commentator Roya Hakakian reflects on the nuclear rivalry between Iran and Israel. As a Jew born in Iran, she finds this confrontation deeply disturbing. Hakakian is the author of the memoir Journey from the Land of No: A Girlhood Caught in Revolutionary Iran.

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