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Back in Israel, Netanyahu says he Will Not Allow Iran to get Nuclear Bombs. According to the Associated Press, Israel's prime minister said Israel will not allow Iran to obtain atomic bombs but prefers a peaceful solution to the issue. Benjamin Netanyahu spoke to Israeli TV stations a day after returning from talks with President Barack Obama and other American officials. Both leaders said they would not permit Iran to obtain nuclear bombs, with Netanyahu adding that this is a matter of life or death for Israel.

A Clash with Iran could see the use of a huge, new U.S. bomb. According to Reuters, a 30,000-pound bunker buster bomb designed to smash through some 200 feet of concrete before exploding is a "great weapon" that could be used by U.S. forces in a clash with Iran over its nuclear program. Lieutenant General Herbert Carlisle, Air Force deputy chief of staff for operations, said the massive ordnance penetrator, which the military began receiving only last year, is part of the U.S. arsenal available for strikes against countries like Iran, which has some buried nuclear facilities.

The Bible says in Matthew 24:6, "And ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars: see that ye be not troubled: for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet."