The only one to gain from this is Iran! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • ben
    • 29.09.09 | 18:25 (IST)

    Iran gave the rockets to Hamas to be used to draw attention away from thier illegal Nuclear sites... With all this attention put on Israel, the world will look for Justice. But what the world will missout on is the chance to eliminate the reason why Isreal weant into Gaza in the first palce. Elimintate the Restrctive regime in Iran and you will no longer see human rights being violated in this manner and there might actually be a chance for peace. Any attention given to the Goldstone report only goes to strengthen Irans goal of complete mid-east domination.

    from the article: U.S. to Israel: Probe alleged Gaza war crimes to advance peace
    First published 12:16 29.09.09 | Last updated 21:45 29.09.09
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