What kind of reasonings one can sometimes read in the media! Common, the conflict with the Palestinians is what Israel has been trying to end since the pre-state times, for more than 80 years now. This is the most urgent, most serious, most immediate threat for Israel's existence, not some mad Persian. Even if Iran has nukes, it doesn't change the fact, that the most difficult problem in Israel is the Palestinian problem. Iran will get rid of the regime of the fundametalist ayatollas in the next few years. There are many intelligent Iranians, there is a considerable opposition in Iran and the current regime simply has no chance to stay in the long run. The conflict between Israel and the Palestinians will go on in the next decades, may be centuries, as long as the Palestinians remain what they are: an array of the private armies of mass murder and clans, driven by genocidal ideology and aiming for genocide. This is what the Palestinian society is and this is not going to change anytime soon. And by the way, if we want to preach nuclear disarmament to Iran, we must start from ourselves: invite Nobels winner ElBaradey to Dimona and other nuclear fascilities, reveal all secrets and start getting rid of the barbarous weapons of mass destructions, which do not deter anybody, which partly motivate nuclear ambitions of the fanatical ayatollas, which Israel cannot use anyway and there can be no possible motivation for using them. ElBaradey was absolutely right, when he said, that the very posession of the nuclear weapons must be considered just as slavery or genocide, an aberration, incompatible with the values of XXI century. All nuclear nations must agree on the timetable for nuclear disarmament. And I don't see the reason, why wouldn't Israel show the example, we are light unto the nations, after all.
IDF chief: Nearly 100 engineering teams operating against Hamas tunnels near Gaza border (Haaretz)
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