So, because Iran has only said something and not actually done it yet, the civilized world should simply disregard it? If it sends its agents and weapons to Lebanon, Gaza, and Syria to continually harass and kill Israelis, it should be disregarded? If its agents spend six years building elaborate tunnels to be used to wage war against Israel, this also should be disregarded? The Jews are hardly "guests" in the region, but you'd have to crack a history book to understand that. I'm curious, however, as to what you mean by Israel should act accordingly. How should they do that? Give up more land? Arafat didn't even accept that when Israel agreed to it, so what would you suggest Israel do? Other than relocate, of course.
Turkey's Erdogan: We wish Russian plane downing had not happened (AP)
from the article: ANALYSIS: Iran likely to push the boundaries of nuclear issue
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