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    • Justin
    • 16.02.10 | 15:04 (IST)

    Yes, in Europe, except for a few exceptions, all peoples enjoy religious freedoms; thus, muslims, like Christians and Jews alike, have the right to preach whatever they want in regards to their religions. So, from this quote, you are able to infer that he was caling for the destruction of Europe? Also, Ahmedinejad was quoting Ayatollah Komeini, when he said that "The Zionist regime will be erased from the pages of time." One could infer many different conclusions from this statement, and you and your ilk have decided to infer that he is calling for the desrtruction of Israel. Israel has the power to nuke and wipe Iran from the pages of time, but Iran hardly has the capacity to inflict this type of damage on Israel. Israel has the 4th most powerful military on the planet. Why are you so afraid of Iran? To assume that Persia would guarantee it's own destruction by engaging Israel is to assume that the people ruling Iran are the stupidest people on the planet.

    from the article: Israel should heed Obama's warning not to strike Iran
    First published 02:16 16.02.10 | Last updated 17:37 16.02.10
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