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Target Iran- kill the head of the snake

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Submitted by NuritG (United States), Aug 28, 2013 at 20:50

Tikkun Olam is the Hebrew phrase for repairing a broken world and making it a better place. Targeting and assassinating Bashar Assad, his brother Maher and anyone in the Assad family and their circle of culprits to the crimes in Syria is an act of Tikkun Olam.

But Assad is not the problem; he is just part of the body of the troubling snake. The head of the snake is Iran and if we do not kill the head of the snake, hitting parts of its body will do nothing but agitate a nest of hornets with lose finger on the trigger.

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