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Iran to 'blow up heart' of Israel if attacked

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posted on Nov, 4 2009 @ 04:35 PM
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Originally posted by mattpryor
reply to post by serbsta
 


Israel is a country in a state of cold war with Syria, Iran, Hezbollah and the Hamas. There are about 50 other countries whose governments refuse trade or diplomatic ties with Israel, and whose populations would rejoice in the streets if their leaders destroyed Israel tomorrow. Asking Israel to sign the NPT or allow inspectors into its nuclear facilities is asking Israel to lay its cards on the table. Israel, for very obvious and elementary reasons, is unwilling and unable to do this.

Equally, Iran as a sovereign country has the right to keep its own nuclear ambitions secret from the prying eyes of the "international community" - but it's too late, because they already signed the NPT which means they are obliged to cooperate with the IAEA.

Hope that clears things up for you



Nope .. just usual hypocracy




posted on Nov, 11 2009 @ 08:24 PM
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UPDATE on the latest farce.
news.yahoo.com...

The next thing they will say is that Israel made it up, they planted it. If God is on their side, these shipments will be found out like a sign from God like what happened off the Somalia coast when they found toxic material comming from an Iranian boat highjacked by pirates as I said in a prvious post here. Anyway what do people like to add to this latest news, is it hotting up out there will no one get involved with this story.


JERUSALEM – The Israeli military on Wednesday released documents and photos it said proved Iran was behind a huge shipment of weapons Israeli navy commandos intercepted last week.

Israel has said the cargo ship its troops seized off the coast of Cyprus was carrying 500 tons of Iranian-made weapons for Lebanese Hezbollah militants. The ship had dozens of containers with Iranian markings on it.

On Wednesday, the military released what it said was the ship's manifest that showed it was handled by "Islamic Republic of Iran's Shipping Lines." It also produced labeling from the containers indicating the ship originated in Isfahan, Iran, and a customs form stamped by the Iranian armed forces.

Both Iran and Hezbollah have denied the Israeli claims. Officials at Iran's Foreign Ministry were not immediately available for comment Wednesday.

An international expert who examined the documents and pictures of the weapons said the arms came from Iran, but it was not possible to determine whether the Iranian government was directly involved. Another was not prepared to pinpoint the source of the weapons.
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posted on Nov, 12 2009 @ 09:45 AM
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"Speaking in Istanbul at the 25th Session of the Standing Committee for Economic and Commercial Cooperation (COMCEC) of the Organization of the Islamic Conference, the Iranian president said that it was up to US President Barack Obama to realize his motto of "change".

"The support of both Israel and Iran can't go hand in hand," he was quoted as saying by IRNA. "No change is made unless great choices are made.

"We would welcome the changes, and wait for big and correct decisions to be made... We will clasp any hand that is extended sincerely toward us, but changes should be made in practice."

Ok, the challenge is on the table. Swords drawn?



posted on Nov, 12 2009 @ 03:32 PM
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After everything the Prophet Muhammad said,

Do we take them seriously?
Can they trust them selves?
Do they take it litrually?
Do they practice what they preach?
Are they afraid the world could come to nuclear war and fear death?
Do they think self suicide and honour during a nuclear conflict is okay?
Do they have an Islamic prophecy to fulfill?
Would they feel sensative towards another nation if they get religiously offended.
Could home grown terrorists get their hands on these weapons?
Are they easily infiltrated by extreamists in nuclear power environments- Fort Dale was flip personality disorder so this will be much more grandeur.
Are they likely to snap at something amateur or offensive or over nothing?

Since they are not important questions, what do they think about non-muslim world, really like deep down.





posted on Nov, 12 2009 @ 06:25 PM
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Originally posted by The time lord
After everything the Prophet Muhammad said,

Do we take them seriously?
Can they trust them selves?
Do they take it litrually?
Do they practice what they preach?
Are they afraid the world could come to nuclear war and fear death?
Do they think self suicide and honour during a nuclear conflict is okay?
Do they have an Islamic prophecy to fulfill?
Would they feel sensative towards another nation if they get religiously offended.
Could home grown terrorists get their hands on these weapons?
Are they easily infiltrated by extreamists in nuclear power environments- Fort Dale was flip personality disorder so this will be much more grandeur.
Are they likely to snap at something amateur or offensive or over nothing?

Since they are not important questions, what do they think about non-muslim world, really like deep down.





I think the important thing to think about is the fact that the number of muslims is growing exponentially and unless something strange happens muslims will gain more influence around the world.

That is not necessarily a bad thing. If muslims had more of a say in how the west was run then there might be a reduction in extremist islamic views.

At the moment muslims are demonised by the west and places like Iran and Afghanistan feed off that and stoke up support and sympathy for jihad style rhetoric, and it really doesn't help when Israel murders muslims and treats them with disdain. Isreal doesn't seem to care about the effect it's actions has on the muslim world. Its the rest of us that has to deal with it though.

I would prefer if muslims were included in western politics and media so that muslims and non muslims can learn more about each other and try to understand each other. Mutual understanding should lead to mutual acceptance and hopefully peaceful coexistance.

The current approach will never have that outcome and can only lead to more misery for all.



posted on Nov, 12 2009 @ 11:04 PM
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Originally posted by bigyin
I would prefer if muslims were included in western politics and media so that muslims and non muslims can learn more about each other and try to understand each other. Mutual understanding should lead to mutual acceptance and hopefully peaceful coexistance.

The current approach will never have that outcome and can only lead to more misery for all.

Muslims don't want to be included in western politics or media, nor learn more about the West. They are perfect the way they are. They also do not wish peace with the West. So projecting your beliefs on them... isn't really realistic.

What current approach are you speaking of? The approach of Islam reaching out to the West?



posted on Nov, 13 2009 @ 08:36 AM
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"TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran must continue its struggle against the United States, a hardline cleric said on Friday a day after Washington renewed long-standing U.S. financial sanctions against Iran."

I didn't realize that sanctions happened 11/12/09. Also a couple of non-profit mosques in NYC were shut down. So let's see if Iran will strike or comply.




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