Iran murdered 1000 Israeli civilians 2000 - 2004, when exporting suicide-bombing to its Palestinian proxies Hamas, Al-Aqsa Martyr's Brigades and Palestinian Islamic Jihad. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Leandro Nahmías
    • 13.04.12 | 19:43 (IDT)

    It mutilated many more. A country like Iran, amassing tens of thousands of rockets at the hands of the very proxy that murdered 115 Israelis and Jews at the Israeli Embassy car-bombing of 1992, and at the Jewish Relief Agency AMIA in 1994, is obviously lacking scruples to back its constant declarations that it will "remove the cancerous tumor" Israel ("the Zionist entity") is in their fanatic, hateful ideology. Iran murdered American and French Marines by the hundreds, and it continues doing so both in Iraq and Afghanistan exporting and manufacturing IED's. Any suggestion that Iran isn't willing or capable of posing an existential threat to Israel when haveing nukes is gravely irresponsible.

    from the article: Israel has to give Iran nuclear talks a chance
    First published 01:43 12.04.12 | Last updated 01:43 12.04.12
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