Poll: Most Arabs see Iran as bigger security threat than Israel

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By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 21, 2009 18:44

 
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A poll conducted by British research and consulting organisation YouGov found that a majority of more than 1,000 people surveyed across 18 Arab countries perceived Iran as more of a security threat than Israel. According to the poll, commissioned by Qatar's Doha Debates, a third of the people surveyed said they believe that Iran is just as likely to target Arab countries as Israel is. The poll results, published last week, showed that 80 percent of those surveyed "do not believe assurances that Iran is not trying to develop nuclear weapons."

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