Vwiping Israel off the map - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Ajo
    • 01.10.12 | 18:57 (IST)

    When is that "wiping off the map" nonsense going to stop? The poor guy has never said that. He quoted the Ayatolla Khomeny who called for a regime change in Jerusalem. That has nothing to do with destroying the country. The words Israel and map were not used. We need a government in Israel that respects the Palestinians. and peace will return, at least to that part of the ME. By the way, he Iranians have attacked very few countries since Cyrus the Great more than 2500 years ago. Can that be said for Israel and the US of A(IPAC)?

    from the article: Ahmadinejad: Israeli, U.S. threats don't affect Iranian policy
    First published 01:14 01.10.12 | Last updated 01:14 01.10.12
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