"It is inconceivable," Straw said. "Not only is that inconceivable, but I think the prospect of it happening is inconceivable," Straw told BBC radio.
Straw said the international community was committed to resolving the dispute over Iran's nuclear programme "constructively" and insisted that the US had been part of the "consensus."
"I don't see any circumstances in which military action would be justified against Iran," Straw stressed when asked about the possibility of the US attacking Iran or using Israel as its proxy to do so following the re-election of President George W Bush.
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