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Rafsanjani Scoffs at Talk of U.S. Attack

Iran’s former president said Monday that talk of a U.S. military attack on Iran was overblown because it would be “too dangerous” and no Persian Gulf countries would join forces with the United States. A few reports in the U.S. media have said the United States was developing contingency plans to use military force against Iran if it continues to challenge attempts by the West and the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency to force it to abandon its uranium enrichment program. The Bush administration has said it had a “number of tools,” including a military option, if Tehran did not cease uranium enrichment activities, which can create fuel for a bomb. Full Story

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