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Nuke Teheran or else

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Submitted by Moshe Levy (Canada), Jul 20, 2006 at 18:28

For years now I've been witnessing the discomfiture of the Israeli government and its policies. I've also deplored the attitude of the Israeli public, bent on the illusion of peace, and voting for tired and corrupt leaders. Today, sad to say, they are reaping the fruits of their ineptitude.

For some days now I've been listening and reading different reports in the media, as well as comments by readers in different papers and utterances by Israeli politicians and so-called personalities, including the unprecedented grandstanding of Olmert in the Knesset. How ludicrous, after so many years of abandonment of Jewish values and traditions in Israel, to see their prime minister wear again a kippa, recite traditional Jewish prayers and quotations from the Bible. Was this some king of hypocrisy or a sign of despair that doesn't dare acknowledge the many mistakes made since Oslo and the abandonment of South Lebanon and Gaza. While rockets and missiles were falling on Israeli cities, Olmert was still adamant and intent on carrying out what he called his "convergence plan", another word for "disengagement" or rather for SURRENDER. In desperation, after so many mistakes, and the fact that Israel was - once again - caught with their pants down, Mr Olmert turned towards Judaism to save his skin.

Well, my fellow Jews, I don't want to sound pessimistic. But war on Hezbollah is a waste of time and resources. The real enemy is in Damascus and Teheran. Very soon, the US will agree to a ceasefire at the United Nations and Israel will be left alone to fend for itself. In the meantime, Teheran is advancing its nuclear program with ONE OBJECTIVE AND ONLY ONE, AND THAT IS ISRAEL. In my view, either Israel nukes Teheran and their main cities from where retaliation might ensue or risk being wiped off the map. To those who argue that an attack on Israel would also entail heavy losses among the Arabs, I have only one thing to say : Arabs and Moslems don't care for their own kind provided they can wipe out their enemies. In any case, their dead would be martyrs with a place guaranteed in Heaven. So, where is the problem?

In summary, nuke Teheran today and survive or wait again and risk being nuked by them. As to the rest of the goyim, to hell with them. They would rather see us disappear than be victorious.

Shalom to our brethren

Moshe

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