Israel and the US got what they wanted, but are still complaining - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 13.11.11 | 20:24 (IST)

    "Foreign Minister Shimon Peres told reporters in September 2002 that 'the campaign against Saddam Hussein is a must. Inspections and inspectors are good for decent people, but dishonest people can overcome easily inspections and inspectors'.”// Israeli leaders, including Peres, were pushing for the US invasion of Iraq. On the US side, Hillary Clinton was one of the few Democratic senators who voted to give the President the authority to go to war with Iraq. These blind dummies got from Dumbya Bush what they wanted, Saddam was removed. The result is now clear for all to see (which only some of us did then): Iran felt free to develop her military with nobody there to stop her. Now we hear the same complaints again. Sorry, America and Israel, you have to stew in the broth you prepared. To Mr. Peres I would say: Unlike Hillary,you are a man of ideas, and it is not that hard to come up with an idea on how to remove Iran's hatred towards Israel. (Hint: Peace with the Arabs.)

    from the article: Netanyahu: Iran is closer to a nuclear bomb than people think
    First published 20:07 13.11.11 | Last updated 20:07 13.11.11
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