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    Re: Can Iran's nuclear program be stopped by military force alone?

    Quote Originally Posted by MildSteel View Post
    The topic has not been compromised as Netanyahu is a leading exponent of the school of thought that believes that violence is the solution. He is dangerous and his absurdity should be pointed out.
    Well, if you want to hijack your own thread then that's up to you. What could have been a good discussion is fairly well ruined now.


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    Re: Can Iran's nuclear program be stopped by military force alone?

    Quote Originally Posted by Simpleχity View Post
    Well, if you want to hijack your own thread then that's up to you. What could have been a good discussion is fairly well ruined now.
    No, it's not ruined, unless you are a fan of Netanboohoo.

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    Re: Can Iran's nuclear program be stopped by military force alone?

    Quote Originally Posted by spangledbanner View Post
    I don't see why they can't have one. Israel has one. And Israel didn't ask anyone if they could make nukes. They just made them. And nobody knows how many they even have. Do they?

    Why can't Iran have nukes? What is the big deal? If BB was really worried about it would he want all Jews in Europe to move to Israel? I doubt it. Nobody cares about Iran getting nukes. North Korea has them. Why would Iran having them be worse than North Korea or Pakistan. Normal people do not care about this issue at all.
    Huh ?

    Iran ? A theocracy bent on driving Israel into the sea should be allowed to have Nukes ?

    Thats not only ridiculous its irresponsible.

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    Re: Can Iran's nuclear program be stopped by military force alone?

    Quote Originally Posted by Fenton View Post
    A theocracy bent on driving Israel into the sea should be allowed to have Nukes ?
    HUH??? Israel??? What about U.S. interests? Do you care about that?

    Israel can take care of itself.

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    Re: Can Iran's nuclear program be stopped by military force alone?

    Quote Originally Posted by Fenton View Post
    Huh ?

    Iran ? A theocracy bent on driving Israel into the sea should be allowed to have Nukes ?

    Thats not only ridiculous its irresponsible.
    No worries in any event. Both Israeli and US intelligence agencies say Iran isn't working on a nuclear weapons program.
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: Can Iran's nuclear program be stopped by military force alone?

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    No worries in any event. Both Israeli and US intelligence agencies say Iran isn't working on a nuclear weapons program.
    Not only that, but I think I glanced at something that said Mossad is not particularly thrilled about Netanboohoo coming here and trying to derail the nuclear deal with Iran.

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    Re: Can Iran's nuclear program be stopped by military force alone?

    Quote Originally Posted by MildSteel View Post
    Not only that, but I think I glanced at something that said Mossad is not particularly thrilled about Netanboohoo coming here and trying to derail the nuclear deal with Iran.
    Neocons are freaks! I hope sound minds prevail in this.
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: Can Iran's nuclear program be stopped by military force alone?

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Neocons are freaks! I hope sound minds prevail in this.
    I hope so to. BTW, this is what I was referring to:

    Dagan: Netanyahu Endangering Israel's Security
    Former Mossad chief launches yet another verbal attack against PM Netanyahu, says his policies are dangerous.

    Former Mossad chief Meir Dagan on Wednesday evening once again verbally attacked Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, accusing him of sabotaging Israel’s relationship with the United States.

    Speaking at an event in memory of former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, Dagan warned against Netanyahu and Jewish Home chairman Naftali Bennett’s policies, saying they were dangerous to Israel.

    "I do not trust the current leadership. The Prime Minister and Naftali Bennett are leading us to a binational state which is a disaster and dangerous to Zionism,” he charged. “The policies that they are leading are going in very problematic directions both in the field of the Palestinian problem as well as in our relations with our great friend, the United States. I admit that I am concerned.”

    Dagan continued, "After I fought in the Yom Kippur War, I no longer feared for the existence of the State of Israel. We lost our best people, thousands. Back then I was sure we can withstand anything. I admit that today I have very serious concerns.”

    Asked whether Netanyahu’s upcoming trip to Washington, in which he will address Congress, is essential to help prevent a bad agreement with Iran as Netanyahu has said, Dagan replied, “It has no connection whatsoever.”

    “The Prime Minister’s position is known to the Americans. The Americans included us in many discussions. The Prime Minister’s position was clear. I do not think that if he comes and speak to Congress, it will change the President’s mind. I also do not think that it will change the opinion of Congress,” he continued.
    Dagan: Netanyahu Endangering Israel's Security - Defense/Security - News - Arutz Sheva

    I admire people that tell it like it is. He got my respect for speaking out in that manner.

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    Re: Can Iran's nuclear program be stopped by military force alone?

    Quote Originally Posted by MildSteel View Post
    I hope so to. BTW, this is what I was referring to:



    Dagan: Netanyahu Endangering Israel's Security - Defense/Security - News - Arutz Sheva

    I admire people that tell it like it is. He got my respect for speaking out in that manner.
    That's amazing. And the right is blaming Obama for damaging US/Israeli relations.
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: Can Iran's nuclear program be stopped by military force alone?

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    That's amazing. And the right is blaming Obama for damaging US/Israeli relations.
    Goes to show you the right is full of ****.

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