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In an interview with SPIEGEL, Israeli Deputy Prime Minister and
Intelligence Minister Dan Meridor, 62, speaks about Prime Minister
Netanyahu's upcoming visit to Berlin, the chances for a new peace
process in the Middle East and why the world can't let Iran get its
hands on nuclear weapons.
SPIEGEL: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is meeting George
Mitchell, the United States' special envoy to the Middle East, this
Monday in London before coming to Berlin on Wednesday. Will we see a
Originally posted by JJay55
Too much sudden power among smarter nations and now they are crying like babies and throwing a temper tantrum.
In the latest news there was an attack in Saudi. Next phase will include AQ attacking the oil fields to burn what brought the West into their deserts. Even though AQ is funded by Saudi but the twisted mindset is destroy and remain stagnant. Very sad. Also Syria will be forced into the mix and attacks will increase there.
Originally posted by chiron613
The facts are that Iran is developing nuclear weapons; it already has missiles; its leader (Ahmadinejad) has frequently and clearly voiced his wish to wipe Israel from the map; and Iran is supplying various terror organizations with weapons used against Israel, the US, and others that Iran (or at least Ahmadinejad) doesn't like.
To believe that Iran's intentions are benign is naive and untenable.
Originally posted by mmiichael
The Inustrial Revolution never reached the Middle East.
Originally posted by nepafogo
It is amazing how something can be taken out of context to mean something completely untrue.