Thursday, 9 February 2012

Bomb Iran. It's The Humane Thing To Dan Friedman

Why add to the suffering of the Iranian people with “crippling” sanctions, when today’s modern stand-off weapons can hit their nuclear facilities with great accuracy and little collateral damage?

Signs build that Iran sanctions disrupt food imports

(Reuters) - More evidence emerged on Tuesday of the crippling impact of new sanctions on Iran, with international traders saying Tehran is having trouble buying rice, cooking oil and other staples to feed its 74 million people weeks before an election.

New U.S. financial sanctions imposed since the beginning of this year to punish Tehran over its nuclear program are playing havoc with Iran's ability to buy imports and receive payment for its oil exports, commodities traders said.

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