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Fondly in advance..

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in response to reader comment: On the Verge of Disaster

Submitted by Jay (United States), Oct 31, 2006 at 22:34

When israel took out iraqs nuclear sites under Sadaam, few thanked Israel. As I recall Israel was called out of their mind by all the Arabs,most in Europe and the world and some in America.I think Kuwait and Saudi Arabia yelled the loudest.

Twenty five years later, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia to name a few, breathe air not atoms.Israel will get no thanks from these selfish friends of America. After all, everything revolves around the West Bank and Gaza strip dont you know? Now a days quite a few people rather fondly look back at israel as that brave country that was bold where few would go .It must all make Israel smile. Against Iraqs sites it took israel one hour of pounding and no soldiers on the ground.With Iran it would take five days of pounding and no soldiers on the ground.Its not easy being brave. As a matter a fact its hard. So... fondly in advance.


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