Iran is more dangerous than Al-Qaida. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Fortuna Benmayor
    • 31.10.10 | 04:00 (IST)

    What a discovery, Yossi Melman made... that Jews are Jihadist's targets... My G'd: synagogues in Morocco, Istambul and Djerba, Tunisia... targetting The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, killing the guard... the list is endless, including one attack by two British citizens in a Bar in Tel Aviv, Israel. But all these attacks, deadly as they were, have been amateurish compared with Iran/Hezballah massacres in Buenos Aires 1992 (Israeli embassy: 29 dead scores more wounded), and the AMIA relief and education center in the same city in 1994, where Iran/Hezballah bombed the place murdering 86 people, mostly Jews, and wounding hundreds. The culprits are in impunity 16 years later, and Iran rejects extradition of Rafsanjani and the other criminals. Same with the terrorists sheltered by Syria and Lebanon.

    from the article: ANALYSIS / Attacking Jews remains a radical Islamist guiding motivation
    First published 01:29 31.10.10 | Last updated 01:29 31.10.10
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