Stopping Iran: Why the Case for Military Action Still Stands

Editor’s note: The latest IAEA report, confirming that Iran has been researching and developing technologies used specifically in the production of nuclear weapons, has sharpened public awareness of the Iranian nuclear threat. But the incriminating facts of Iran’s nuclear aspirations and capabilities were clear three years ago. In February 2008, COMMENTARY published Norman Podhoretz’s “Stopping Iran: Why the Case for Military Action Still Stands.” Podhoretz explained how proof of Iranian intentions and actions was hidden in plain sight by those eager to stave off an American response. In light of the new report, we’ve made this important article available on Contentions.  

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Stopping Iran: Why the Case for Military Action Still Stands

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