Friday, September 30, 2005

Israelis urge U.S. to stop Iran's nuke goals

"We see an Iranian bomb as a devastating, existential threat to Israel, to the entire Middle East, to all Western interests in the region. Despite all the different circumstances, we see similarities to what happened in the 1930s, when people underestimated the real problem or focused on other dangers. For us, either the world will tackle Iran in advance or all of us will face the consequences."


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who's going to do the dirty work? Hopefully not American boys and girls (as in Iraq/Afghanistan), nor Israelis (Osirak, Balestine) about the Iranian people?

1:15 PM  
Blogger semite1973 said...

That would be nice. I've chatted online to Iranians in Iran. They are all too afraid. To oppose the regime means a lot of people will be tortured, jailed, killed. The regime will not go down without a fight. The problem is, in any fight, the regime holds the cards: they control the security services, military, etc. But you are right, the best thing would be for the Iranians to do it themselves.

6:34 PM  

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