Obama: Nuclear Iran 'unacceptable'

Yitzhak Benhorin
YNet News
Friday, Sept 5, 2008

'Iran a major threat; I would never hesitate to use our military force in order to protect homeland, US interests, Democratic presidential candidate tells FOX's 'The O’Reilly Factor'

WASHINGTON - Iran is a “major threat” and it would be “unacceptable” for the rogue nation to develop a nuclear weapon, Barack Obama said Thursday.

During his first-ever interview on FOX News’ “The O’Reilly Factor", the Democratic presidential candidate said, "It is unacceptable for Iran to possess a nuclear weapon; it would be a game changer."

Obama said he would not take military action off the table in dealing with Iran, but added that diplomacy and sanctions cannot be overlooked.

“It’s sufficient to say I would not take military action off the table and that I will never hesitate to use our military force in order to protect the homeland and the United States’ interests,” he said.

Obama accused the Bush Administration of bringing radical Islamic groups together, and said Iran "fueled a whole host of terrorist organizations, but we have to have the ability to distinguish between groups. … They may not all be part and parcel of the same ideology.”

Obama also told FOX News he “absolutely” believes the US is fighting a war on terror against “Al Qaeda, the Taliban, a whole host of networks that are bent on attacking America, who have a distorted ideology, who have perverted the faith of Islam.”

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