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Monday, June 22, 2009

Netanyahu seizes the moment on Iran

Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, who apparently has much more of a sense of 'seizing the moment' in history than American President Barack Hussein Obama, outlined his desired outcome from the current happenings in Iran for the German newspaper Bild on Monday.
In an interview published on Monday, the premier was careful not to endorse reformist and presidential candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi. When asked if a victory for the Iranian opposition leader would be "good news" for Israel, Netanyahu stressed that the desired outcome of the recent uproar would be a regime in Teheran that didn't oppress minority opinions, ceased from supporting terrorism and ended the race to achieve an atomic weapon.

Such a regime, Netanyahu continued, would stop denying the Holocaust and not call for the destruction of Israel.

The recent events have ripped the mask off of the Iranian regime's face, the prime minister told the Bild, revealing it as a dictatorship dangerous not only to Israel, but also to neighboring Arab states, Europe and the entire world. If the Iranian people had a choice, he added, there is no doubt they would choose a different leadership.
America is in good hands. Eventually their leadership will say something. Right?


At 5:16 PM, Blogger What is "Occupation" said...

Iran is holding a long range (3200 mile) air force training mission, complete with mid-air refueling...

What a perfect time to take out their air force?

I would think that a complete destruction of the Iranian air force over the persian gulf would be a hit against their "prestige".

Remember after the iranian episode that we just have witnessed the perfect response to the ruling mullahs pride would be something humiliating

Destroying the Iranian airforce over the Persia gulf?


At 8:17 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

I'm glad to see Israel at the forefront of freedom and justice in Iran. The West should go further and arm and train Iranian Contras to fight the regime. No reason it has to be a one way street. Iran doesn't have a government committed to peaceful change and respecting the rights and opinions of its own people. Its no longer about Mousavi. Today in Iran, its much larger than him.

At 11:02 PM, Blogger Lois Koenig said...

Go, Bibi!

You make Barak Hussein Obama look like the POS he is.


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