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Originally posted by Sep
"The question that needs to be asked is whether Israel and the United States are prepared to make the same statement that Iran has repeatedly made, and that is: We have not and will not attack or threaten to attack another country."
It seems that the official line of Iran regarding Israel and the US is not, as it is widely perceived in the western world, one of military aggression against Israel and the US, or that is what he has claimed here in either case.
Originally posted by Seekerof
Yeah, I found that mention to be quite ironic myself.
There is no doubt that hypocrisy roams the face of this planet and comes in all shapes, sizes, and forms, but has or is Iran's ambassador to the U.N. willing to answer the same question that he poses to the U.S. and Israel, and if so, when, because as it stands, Iran's el'presidente' continues to level, insinuate, and hurl military threats to the U.S. and Israel, including the Europeans. Let him answer the "question that needs to be asked" himself, first? The Iranian ambassador sounds more and more like Kim Jong II from North Korea who wanted assurances that he will not be hit militarily while continuing to pursue those alleged "peaceful intent" nuclear weapons.