I'd Love to Read the Arguments for IRAN's... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Eli
    • 12.04.10 | 17:30 (IDT)

    ...contribution to humanity. Again not PERSIA's contribution to humanity, IRAN's. There were two different countries with two different charters, constitutions and governments. "Addressing the United States, Ahmadinejad said: "Your gift to the world is a nuclear bomb while Iran presents ... humanity." Personally, I think the US has given the World a lot more than just the A-Bomb, aside from the fact that the A-bomb also led the way to PEACEFUL NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGY FOR MEDICAL ISOTOPES AND ENERGY. I wonder who and how someone will defend IRAN'S (not Persia's) argument for the Humanitarian contribution it has made to the world. Out of curiousity what has Iran done for Haiti, for Africa, for Somalia, Yemen, Sudan, Ethiopia, Afghanistan and other countries where HUMANITY is seriously needed, such that Iran can make such a strong claim? again IRAN not PERSIA

    from the article: Medvedev: Israeli strike on Iran could spark global catastrophe
    First published 17:01 12.04.10 | Last updated 07:30 13.04.10
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