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Deputy FM: Israel threat to attack Iran is not bluff

Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon has said that Israel is not bluffing in its threats to take military action against Iran's contentious nuclear program, in remarks broadcast Friday on Sky News.

"The one who's bluffing is Iran, which is trying to play with cards they don't have," Ayalon told the British station. "All the bravado that we see and the testing and the very dangerous and harsh rhetoric is hiding a lot of weaknesses."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The best way to get a dog to stop chasing cars is to let them catch one.

So, go ahead, Israel. Attack Iran.

Just don't use any money or weapons from the American people to do it, and don't expect our sons and daughters to die to save you from the retaliation.

You think you are Samson?

Time to walk your talk.

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