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Dear Yuriy, don't change the subject!

Reader comment on item: Israeli Jets vs. Iranian Nukes
in response to reader comment: Facts and attitudes about Iran

Submitted by Moshe (Israel), Jun 26, 2007 at 04:47

You have just dumped upon us another generous sample of the familiar terror apologetics chant. But I will not let you change the subject. Your original statement was: -" Iran exits the Non-Proliferation Treaty and embarks upon large-scale nulcear program. She will have international sympathy in that, as a victim of an unprovoked aggression."

Your arguments regarding the "unprovoked" aggression were really impressive. After you have explained so convincingly the misunderstanding regarding Ahmadinejad's declarations, now I understand that Iran has never threatened nothing and nobody; a truly cozy, peaceful country. We all can rest in peace!

But as per your quoted original statement, please tell us who in this world will support the nuclear arming of a dangerously crazy, militant Iran? An Iran which exited the Non-Proliferation Treaty and embarked upon large-scale nuclear program?


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