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Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman says Israel should shift its focus from the Palestinian issue to "the biggest problem", Iran. Defending the Israeli government's opposition to the peace process, Lieberman said Israel is working "with determination" on the issue and has made an attempt to change the subject by bringing up the "Iran issue".
"The biggest problem isn't the Palestinians, but the Iranians," Lieberman said.
The push by Lieberman to shift focus to Iran came after US...
Originally posted by xbranscombex
What's with all the Iran talk lately?
Originally posted by nonnez
The Iran talk probably has a lot to do with Iran being an extremist nation, led by radical fools, a crackpot president that believes he has visions from God.....breath....who has said the Holocaust and 911 never happened, who says Israel does not have a right to exist and wants them removed from the face of the Earth and whom is feverishly trying to become a possessor of nuclear weapons if they don't have them already.
A shift of focus to Iran....hell yes!
[edit on 8-4-2009 by nonnez]
Originally posted by Agit8dChop
You didn’t have to say anything about Iraq, but im sure back when Iraq was in the headlines you were trumpeting the
- launching chem attacks in minutes
- saddam was involved in 911
just the same way your doing now with Iran.
Now, i agree in part that yes, Iran chanting death to America doesn’t improve their image.
You need to be careful, Iran DID NOT say Israel should be wiped from the planet. And you repeating it just goes to show your real motives, and what your willing to believe.
"From their ballistic missiles, nonconventional weapons and nuclear program, to their involvement in Lebanon and Gaza, Iran poses a much graver threat to Israel than the Palestinians do,
"I promise that if I am elected, Iran will not acquire nuclear arms," he said, "and this implies everything necessary to carry this out."