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April 13th, 2012
08:22 AM ET

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Still Take Iran at its Fatwa
Months ago I wrote, ‘Take Iran at its Fatwa’ (http://on.cnn.com/xSAi79): "Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, issued a fatwa years ago, decreeing that the production, possession, use or threat of use of nuclear weapons is 'a Great Sin.'" Now, going into new nuclear talks U.S. officials are pouring over Ayatollah's Fatwas for possible exit ramp from crisis: http://nyti.ms/IFifF2

War Games
Iran and Big Powers in Istanbul today for the first nuclear negotiations in a year, looking for a diplomatic way out. Warning: US lost last 'war games' enactment against Iran. Check out this piece from the WSJ: http://on.wsj.com/IIHgwO 


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  1. theglobalroundhouse

    I really appreciate your insight and level-headed analysis. I have a dear friend in Iran who is in a difficult situation bc of the political environment and I am always hopeful change - for the better– will come for her and her family.

    April 14, 2012 at 12:59 pm | Reply
    • Helda

      Taking the example of cotmuper components.There is too little change that they will assemble by themselves, naturally.Then we give them abit of life, like giving them the ability to move around randomly, there is still too little chance of assembly.Now we give the components an ability to know when they have done good (moved closer to another component in which it fits in).Now the components will assemble itself, it may not be that quick, but it will likely happen before the universe dissipates into nothingness.Ofcourse, real life produce more life instead of moving around randomly, and they know when they have done good when they survive long enough to produce more life.

      July 9, 2012 at 2:48 am | Reply

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