AIPAC can help prevent war - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • John Campo
    • 13.03.07 | 23:26 (IST)

    AIPAC can prevent the nightmare scenerio of war with Iran by MOTIVATING U.S. leadership to aggressively deal with Iran by diplomatically interacting with the Islamic state. The U.S. has the most powerful "carrot and stick" leverage to obviate any war by using it's great power diplomatically, so that Iran never enrich uranium to weapons grade (regularly confirmed via IAEA inspectors), and, as a side benefit, motivate Iran to stop supporting the militant arm of Hezbollah. A war with Iran would lead to terrorist acts within the U.S. (I'll bet Iran has already sent suicide bombers to the U.S. via the open Mexican border), suicide attacks elsewhere, the price of oil sky-rocketing -all causing the U.S. economy to tank! AIPAC CAN STOP THIS FROM HAPPENING!!!

    from the article: Iranian minister: Israel is the 'real nuclear danger' in Mideast
    First published 00:00 13.03.07 | Last updated 00:00 13.03.07
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