A complete nonsense of so-called Iranian CRISIS - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • isaac
    • 02.04.10 | 04:54 (IDT)

    A Non-Existent Iranian Threat Israel should cool off in regard to the so-called Iranian nuclear bomb. With or without nuclear bomb Iran is a third world country with the decrepit military on the level of the WW II. I am worried that Bibi goes berserk when he hears this word: Iran. I am worried that Obama can easily trick him promising and never delivering the so-called sanctions. Bibi and his "hevre" should remember that they were dead wrong about Saddam. Russia and China couldn't care less and would never agree to anything meaningful against Iran. 99% sanctions in the world usually fail. It is a reality that Iran either already had or would have in couple of years several nuclear bombs, just like North Korea. The biggest threat Israel faces today is from the pro-Islamic policies of the Nobel Peace Prize Winner Barack Hussein Obama, the President of the United States. Unfortunately, Jewish congressmen and senators have betrayed Israel as New York Mayor Koch said in his interview to the Fox News.

    from the article: International push for Iran sanctions is too little, too late
    First published 01:07 02.04.10 | Last updated 07:11 02.04.10
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