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Iran’s ‘destroy Israel’ threats have got boring - Pioneer
Perhaps emboldened by the deal it has reached with the West on containing its nuclear programme, which it maintained was for peaceful use but which was contested by the US and others as veering towards the development of nuclear weapons, Iran has upped its belligerent ante.
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