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Iran: “Less” anti-U.S. Atmosphere

Iran celebrated the 35th anniversary of the Islamic revolution on Tuesday.Some netizens wrote about what hardliners reported after the celebration.Hadi Nili tweeted

  • http://www.twitter.com/changeirannow Change Iran Now

    It is this behavior pattern ever
    since 1979 that makes frankly any rational person freak out over the idea of
    Iran possessing nuclear weapons. Any doctoral candidate in physics can explain
    the simplicity of constructing a weapon, but when national assets are used, the
    task becomes simply a question of “when” not “if.”

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