Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Wesley Clark warns Iran

United Press International reports:

WASHINGTON, Feb. 5 (UPI) -- Gen. Wesley Clark is concerned by Iran's nuclear ambitions and cautioned the Islamic republic to take U.S. warnings "very, very seriously."


Would Clark, as president, establish dialogue with Damascus and Tehran?

"Yes," he says.

And from the Jerusalem Post:

"If the international community joins forces and applies the necessary restrictive measures on the economy of Iran, it will force Iran to reconsider its position," said Olmert.

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