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Only acting alone Israel can survive

Reader comment on item: Israeli Jets vs. Iranian Nukes

Submitted by Benzion (United States), Jun 13, 2007 at 16:47

US State Department was never friend of Israel anyway. Lebanon war was lost because corrupt political leaders in Israel did not allow army to win. Not because IDF could not. If you add corrupt US State Department, result could be worse than that.

Only the one who realizes that his life is threatened can be committed enough to destroy the enemy COMPLETELY and by ANY MEANS.
BTW: having nuclear weapons is exactly for the reason to defend the country when other weapons are not effective. Not for political show.
And this is the Time. Once Iran has all it needs for ongoing WW3, then it will be too late .

Again, those who want to survive the war (I'd like most of Israeli Jews to be in this category) should drag on-going Israeli leaders from their offices and replace them with generals who know what is the purpose of the army. Those who consider world opinion more important than Israel's survival, well ... they must seek help from psychologists.


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