Robert Gates: useless military strike against Iran
Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, the U. S. said a military strike against Iran will not stop its nuclear program AP. The military option will only be a short term solution to the problem, Gates said at a conference in Washington organized by the "Wall Street Journal. " Moreover strike against Iran could lead the Islamic Republic more to hide their activities, he said. Another argument against military solution is that it would reunite the divided Iran would ensure that Tehran will steadfastly seek to develop nuclear weapons, Gates said, adding that it is important to convince Iran to abandon the acquisition of nuclear weapons other means, as a military strike would only delay the achievement of a nuclear weapons capacity of Tehran, but it would not be stopped.
According to the Minister of Defense of U. S. sanctions against Iran raise tensions between President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. Even if we have some evidence that Khamenei now begins to wonder whether Ahmadinejad him lying on the impact of sanctions over the economy and whether it accurately informed how bad is the economy, said Gates.24-02-2012 19:20:50 • Industry
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