Israelis support nuclear-free Mideast: poll

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    A strong majority of Israeli Jews support a Middle East where neither Iran nor Israel nor any other country has nuclear weapons, according to a poll published on Thursday.

    "By a ratio of two to one, Israelis support an agreement that would make the Middle East a nuclear weapon free zone, including Iran and Israel," said the poll published by the Saban Center for Middle East Policy.

    "Israeli Jews are equally divided on attacking Iranian nuclear facilities, with 43 percent supporting and 41 percent opposing an attack," according to the survey.

    But it said 68 percent of the Arabs who make up nearly 20 percent of Israel's population would oppose an attack on Iran's nuclear sites, while four percent support it.

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    Mr Tinmore the status quo will not change,no matter what..tor
     
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    So, a left-hoodwink Saban center, sponsored by H. Saban, the largest donor to the democratic party, engineered questions to get results it wanted. Are we supposed to be impressed?
     
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    Saudi Arabia urges US attack on Iran to stop nuclear programme | World news | The Guardian
     
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