Rabbinic human rights group T’ruah calls for transparency on donor money spent on settlements.17:48 08.10.15 | 1 comments
Iran's leaders value their self righteous necks and will not dare challenge Israel directly on the battlefield because of the ferocious defense systems they've developed over the last few decades. The military embarassment of the bellicose Arab armies during the Six Day War is still fresh in their minds. Instead, I most fear their evil intentions for a clandestine suitcase-sized nuclear strike on a Jewish target through their proxy Hezbollah (as in their cowardly, conventional strike on the Jewish Community Center in Buenos Aires in the early 1990's). Iran's government can again plead their innocence and their orchestration of this tragic act will be hard to trace, and they'll continue to insist that they export religion only and not violence. Israel should make it very clear to Iran's current leadership that the long arm of Israeli justice can and will reach deeply into their homeland in such an event if they are found guilty. However Israel chooses to respond to the current growing concerns in Iran, it must do so with quiet planning, stealth, and with the defensive spirit of its armed forces.