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Morteza: Why would we view Iranians as terrorists?

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Submitted by JustMe (United States), Apr 18, 2006 at 12:16

Submitted by morteza, Apr 16, 2006 at 14:40

"you named some acts as terrorist act when they are crime (kidnapping ). i have to say to you our borders are disordered because u.s.a occupied iraq (our western borders)and afghanistan (our eastern borders)and couldn t handle the policy in these countries and for this matter offenders can act simply in these areas and iranian army is always fighting with them (kidnappers drug smugglers...) and we have to lose our soldiers in this way. and now with these descriptions how can you accept us as terrorists?"


I guess you didn't hear the recent news. Maybe your Iranian president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, doesn't want you to know that he issued yet another threat to the U.S. that he is prepared to launch terrorists attacks around the world. (40,000 to be exact) He is also threatening Israel to be wiped out. There's also a push coming from your leaders to have a holocaust cartoon contest, which is obviously a ploy to stir up bad relations between Europe and Jews all over the world. All of these things I can prove to you with links to hundreds of news reports. Could you please show me where the U.S. has issued such a threat to Iran? You are living under the thumb of a terrorist and someone who can't wait for Armageddon any longer. Saddam Hussein was a terrorist. Hamas are terrorists. They actually approved of the bombing that just occurred in Israel, saying that the terrorists do this in self defense. What a joke. It's the terrorists and the terrorist nations that require everyone else in this world to be on the defensive against their crazy ideas and fear tactics.

I find it hard to believe that your borders are being stormed by Iranians. I guess it's all in the way you are looking at what's actually going on there. I know that the borders are being patrolled more than ever before and the Iraqi soldiers are not allowing Iranian insurgents to come into their country to cause the problems and bloodshed they love to create. Can't you face the fact that the regime you are living under is just a bunch of troublemakers stirring up problems wherever it can? Why is it trying to make war with the U.S.? Why is it calling for Israel to be wiped off the face of the earth, recently saying it will be done in one move? That's a clear indication that one nuclear bomb is all it will take.

Why don't your soldiers, insurgents, and terrorists stay away from Iraq? I can answer that for you. Freedom in Iraq is the last thing your leaders want. Having a happy healthy country next door will make the Iranian people realize what they could have, which would quickly lead to the end of their terrorist regime.
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