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July 17, 2015 9:56 am

Poll: 47 Percent of Israelis Support Unilateral Strike to Stop Iran Bomb

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A poll shows 47 percent of Israelis would support a unilateral strike to prevent Iran from obtaining the atomic bomb. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

A poll shows that 47 percent of Israelis would support a unilateral strike to prevent Iran from obtaining an atomic bomb. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

Almost half of Israelis would support a unilateral strike to prevent Iran obtaining the atomic bomb, an opinion poll carried out after Tuesday’s nuclear deal between Tehran and major powers found.

Nearly three-quarters of respondents in the poll published by the Maariv newspaper on Friday said they thought the agreement would accelerate Iran’s development of a nuclear weapon, not prevent it as claimed by the powers.

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