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Blame the Messenger

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Submitted by Blackspeare (United States), May 10, 2006 at 15:01

The president of Iran is not the problem. The ruling Mullahs are not the problem. The militant Islamist is not the problem either. The problem generally is Islam and in particular an Islamic theocratic country administrated by the Sharia. As long as Iran remains an Islamic theocracy under the laws of Sharia Iran will never change no matter who is in charge. So unless a regime change lies ahead for Iran, a war of some sort is inevitable. The memory of the rise of Hitler's Nazism and the failure to contain him and his regime is still fresh.

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