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Which one does pose a greater danger?

Reader comment on item: Thoughts on the Syrian Downing of a Turkish Warplane
in response to reader comment: Assad is a lesser evil

Submitted by Aisha (Turkey), Jul 2, 2012 at 05:32

"And I don't know what is worse for us kafirs? Saudi Arabia or Iran?"

Whatever their rhetoric is, Iranians are civilized, philosophical and very clever people , who are actually number one enemy of Saudi Wahhabis. Iranians wouldn't risk their country by attacking Israel. They are smart enough to know that their attack on Israel means mutual destruction. I think they are using the rhetoric against Israel in their war against wahhabis. Without destroying İran, Sunnis and Wahhabis are not free to do as they like.

If you have any doubts regarding the danger the wahhabis pose please inform yourself by googling about their belief system and fetwas of saudi and wahabi imams. Hateful terrorists blowing up even shia pilgrims, women , children every other day. See how the so-called armed opposition in Syria (al-qaida) behaves.

I am not shia, but a sunni born muslim from Turkey waiting in terror about the outcome of the situation.

Shame on you USA for helping wahhabis all over the world disseminating their ways with help of oil money.

I try to understand what americans are doing for some years, but I fail every time.

Thank God, the majority of Turkish people (before the plane incident only 12% percent was for an intervention against Syria) are still against war . That makes Erdogan hesitant.,

As a born sunni muslim , if I was forced to live in any one of these three countries, Egypt(in near future , Iran or Saudi Arabia, I would choose Iran thousand times over, such great is my fear from wahhabis and Muslim brothers. I don't believe muslim brothers are "moderate"

God helps us all.

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