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Originally posted by noangels
reply to post by John Matrix
Your a dispicable liar,he never said that
Originally posted by captiva
As usual, anyone who questions Israels intentions, whether history based ie the atrocities in Gaza, or in this case, the undeniable hypocracy of a nation threatening another because they dare to have the same rights to nuclear weapons, is labeled as an Israel hater. That my Israeli supporters is wearing so thin that you can see through it.
Personally I hate....no I detest the atrocities commited against those children in Gaza. If that in anyones eyes makes me an Israeli hater, then so be it.
Israel is the only Nuclear armed state in the Middleeast and they want it to be like that
Israel is going to be the cause of WW3
there is a Zionist Plan ...and its on the move
Originally posted by mattpryor
reply to post by ItsallCrazy
Surrounding Arab countries tried to invade and destroy Israel in 1948, 1967, and 1973, not to mention the countless proxy wars initiated against Israel by the same regimes.
Israel has fought a battle for its very existence and for the survival of its population since Jewish refugees first started arriving there.
The fact that they have never even threatened the use of nuclear weaponry tells me that they're pretty trustworthy.
September 22 - EU military attaches walked out in protest at a parade in Tehran Thursday after ballistic missiles were rolled past carrying vitriolic anti-US and Israeli slogans, diplomats told AFP.
"There was a common position among the European Union members that, if the military parade included any slogans that attacked our allies, we would leave," said a diplomat.
"The military attaches from the embassies of France, Italy, Greece and Poland were present at the parade, and when they saw the slogans they promptly left," said another diplomat.
At the parade, Iran showed off six of its Shahab-3 medium-range ballistic missiles sporting banners reading "Death to America", "We will crush America under our feet", "Death to Israel" and "Israel must be wiped off the face of the earth".
"They may be just slogans, but for us they are unacceptable," one of the diplomats said.
The military event was held just south of Tehran to mark the start of "Sacred Defence Week", dedicated to the hundreds of thousands of Iranians killed after the forces of former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein invaded in It also coincided with mounting tensions between Iran and the EU over Tehran's nuclear ambitions.
Sunday's parade marked the start in 1980 of Iran's ruinous eight-year war with neighboring Iraq.
During the parade, state television showed various types of Iranian-made missiles, including Shahab-3 and Ghadr. Also taking part in the parade was a military truck that carried a huge banner saying "Israel should be eliminated from the universe" in both English and Farsi.
Originally posted by Retseh
reply to post by heineken
You seem to talk about nuclear weapons as if they are like candy - well Israel has some, so Iran should have some.
If you can't understand that Iran has publically stated its desire to "wipe Israel off the map", that it is a world recognized state sponsor of terrorism, and that it indoctrinates its children with hate when they are forced to chant "death to America" on their first day of school at age 5 - then you're not even close to understanding the world's opposition to the Iranian possession of nuclear materials, let alone nuclear weapons.
Iran will possess the bomb one day soon, I believe that - and the consequences will not make Iran safer, and it will certainly not make the rest of the western world safer.