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    • Cavit
    • 27.10.09 | 21:45 (IST)

    The psychological situation of Israeli people really makes me worry. That's obvious guys, if one has nuclear weeapons, all others have the very same right. Someone says "Israel doesn't threat anyone". What does it mean? Should a Israeli statesman say that "I'll kill all of you!" Is that what we need? Atomic bombs are atomic bombs, not simple toys for children. They threat everyone by their existence. No need for some stateman's declaration. And why do you always talking about Turks' human rights problem? As a Turk, I definetely criticize Turkish state's Kurdish policy and advocate all human rights for Kurds of Turkey. I hope it's going better nowadays. But that's not the problem here. You cannot avoid your problems by showing others. It's so childish. If we want to leave in a peaceful Middle East, all of us needs criticizing ourselves. It's easy to be a nationalist, to be a zionist or islamist, but it's hard to be a human who is not afraid of criticizing his own people and own crimes.

    from the article: Iran: World can't block our atomic program while Israel has nukes
    First published 13:09 27.10.09 | Last updated 14:06 27.10.09
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