Iran is the only hope for mideast peace - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • harzion
    • 06.11.11 | 07:06 (IST)

    Israel is aggressively expanding into Arab territory. They have shown no signs of slowing down and they have not stated where their final borders will lay. American politicians stumble over one another in their eagerness to support this process. We can accurately state two likely facts that will emerge as the process continues. (1) The process will not go on forever. (2) Israel will never stop voluntarily. This means that Israel must be stopped. America is not up to that challenge. Who does this leave? You guessed it. We may never see peace in the middle east, and it is likely to get worse before it gets better, but if there is a chance for peace, that chance is Iran and Iran's nuclear program. Why else are Israel and America trying to push the rest of the world into a war with Iran? Israel's behavior has been much worse than Iran's behavior over the years. Israel's supporters don't seem to notice this fact, but it is quite obvious to everyone else.

    from the article: An inside look at the base where Iran is developing nuclear weapons
    First published 03:06 06.11.11 | Last updated 03:06 06.11.11
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