Iran must not get a nuclear bomb. But it may be equally important long term that Israel relinquish its bombs produced at its Dimona facility in the Negev Desert. The goal should be a nuclear-free Middle East as a way to promote regional security and stability.

Under international pressure, South Africa and Argentina gave up their nuclear bomb production programs in the 1990s. The global community should ask Israel as well as Iran to do so equally and be ready to enforce a nuke-free Middle East.

Gary Heath,


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