Iran is not Nazi Germany, neither does the Chamberlain - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 10.10.07 | 15:33 (IST)

    If Ahmenijad were a Hitler, the Arab countries should be up in arms against him, as they would be his first targets. Iran does, however, take seriously the Israeli-American partnership, which the Islamic world has characterized as the "Little Satan" in cahoots with "The Great Satan". Iran's Islamist revolution was indirectly a revolution against American support of the Shah. Ahmenijad's anti Zionist rhetoric is simply rhetoric, in contrast to a declaration of war. The peaceful use of nuclear energy is coming universally, with the exhaustion of oil. This inevitable transition to nuclear power should be brought in with sanity, and not the madness Israeli politicians are making of it. Instead of insuring Israel's security by cementing peace agreements in the region, Israel's leaders are leading the way to World War III. Peace with the Palestinians shoud be the urgent priority, and not weapons and war plans.

    from the article: Preparing for the military option
    First published 00:00 10.10.07 | Last updated 00:00 10.10.07
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