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    • *BEN JABO
    • 14.09.09 | 17:58 (IDT)

    Neither one knows what they're talking about Iran has repeatedly threatened Israel BBS, the Journalist who is incapable of doing some research on his own "IRAN ? THREATS TO ISRAEL,1518,484958,00.html May 25, 2007 Ahmadinejad Threatens Israel with Destruction Iran's president is at it again, threatening Israel with destruction should it intervene in Lebanon again. The bellicosity comes as the UN nuclear watchdog warns that Iran may be as little as three years away from a nuclear weapon. It's hardly surprising any more when Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad threatens Israel with destruction. It wasn't so long ago that he suggested the country be moved to Alaska. Or just wiped off the map. But in a Thursday speech at Isfahan broadcast on state television, he issued a threat more direct than any that had come before. If Israel, he said, were to go to war against Lebanon again this summer, it would be destroyed. "If this year you repeat the same mistake of the last year," the Iranian president intoned, "the ocean of nations of the region will get angry and will cut the root of the Zionist regime from its stem." The speech came just hours after a report by the UN's nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), warning that Iran's ongoing enrichment of uranium meant that the country could have a nuclear bomb within three to eight years Vol XXXVI (No. 7), 27 Jul 2008 Iranian President vows to quit UN and wipe out Israel MIL/Agencies, Apr 25, 2006. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad repeated his vow that Iran would wipe out Israel off the world map. He continued to say "We cannot allow this fake regime of Israel to exist any more." . In wide-ranging remarks, Ahmadinejad said yesterday that Israel was an artificial state that could not continue to exist. He repeated his remarks that Iran would wipe out Israel from the world map. "Some 60 years has passed since the end of World War II, why should the people of Germany and Palestine pay now for a war in which the current generation was not involved," Ahmadinejad told a press conference. The Iranian president has long campaigned against Israel, saying last October that the Jewish state should be "wiped off the map." He has said Europe should better find home for Israelis, whom Iran would not allow to live on the Palestinian land. "Open the doors (of Europe) and let the Jews go back to their own countries," the president said on Monday.

    from the article: Deputy PM: Time is now for action on Iran nukes
    First published 16:22 12.09.09 | Last updated 17:02 12.09.09
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