posted on Aug, 28 2012 @ 01:20 PM
reply to post by Liquesence
Are you working for the devil or something?
Why do you assume - from the beginning - that anything said against Israel is either a distortion, but, if it is not a distortion, it is being used as
propaganda by Israel in their attack against Iran.
What is the LOGIC in Israel's feeling threatened by Iran?? It's their nuclear program; its the prospect that this shi'ite regime intends to nuke
Israel, or pass it off to Hezbollah who will smuggle it into Israel.
Is that not a legitimate threat? YES it is!
Now, let us return to your "logic"; Israel just wants - for no particular reason - to attack Iran? As if they have something to gain - and not out
of a need to prevent the Iranians to proceed in their plans against Israel?
This conversation between this professor and Iran's media is an ISLAMIST conversation. What's acknowledged - and acknowledged because the parties
speaking are religious, and the subjects spoken about - Jerusalem, Palestinian nationalism - which the professor emphasized was intimately linked with
the defense of Jerusalem (therefore sacralizing the Palestinian cause) are religious, easily pinpoints the precise nature of their intentions: to
Islamists cannot countenance Israels existence in Dar Al Islam. This Egyptian professor - speaking as a representative of Egypt's newly elected
Islamist government (which has undergone some shaking as of late, in the military and media) speak honestly: there's no dearth of understanding in
Islamist circles - in Iran and Egypt - that Israel must be destroyed.
The fact that you don't even acknowledge this, opens you up to accusations of playing the role of the devils advocate - of serving as a apologist for
these lunatics regardless of the real threat they pose to Israel.
You are sickeningly immoral to even suggest - given who is saying this and where it is being spoken - that this is being taken out of context. It is
IN CONTEXT - because Islamism is already on record with their intentions towards Israel. To whitewash that, is only to play the part of the invidious
western onlooker who wants to enable them.