Tuesday, March 06, 2012

Iran attack condoned by american/zionist governments

This news forever shows that Iran can never trusts the governments of
america and israel, and that it must do everything to defend itself.
This also shows that Iranians can not trust members of the jewish
community. While many may dismiss this as talk the threat of invasion
is real, atacks on Iranians in america are real, and zionists
machinations against Iranians are real. Not to mention the history of
lying netanyahu has since Waldheim's days, or the history of the nigger
in the white house bowing to pressure from outside sources. Interesting
this news about the scroll of esther as a gift, as the story of esther
is one of the greatest fabrications in history. Curious that the
zionists are not reporting reza pahlavi now openly backing invasion of
Iran. Or how Russia is organizing the rest of the World to pounce on
america and their zionist backers if war with Iran occurs.
Peter II, Khan-e-Mazendaran


Netanyahu at AIPAC: A nuclear Iran must be stopped

PM addresses AIPAC's DC conference, thanks Obama, US for steadfast
support of Israel, warns against perils of nuclear Iran and vows: When
it comes to Israel's survival we must always remain masters of our fate
Yitzhak Benhorin

WASHINGTON – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the AIPAC
conference in Washington Tuesday (GMT), following a meeting with US
President Barack Obama.



"Jerusalem is the eternal united capital of Israel," he began his speech
to roaring applause. "Israel must always reserve the right to defense
itself."



Related stories:

* 'Israel has yet to decide on Iran attack'
* Obama: US won't hesitate to use force on Iran



"I want to ask the supporters of Israel here to stand up and applaud the
Congress for standing up and supporting Israel. Democrats and
Republicans alike, I salute your commitment to the State of Israel," he
said.



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Netanyahu addresses AIPAC (Video: Reuters)

Netanyahu was quick to focus on the nuclear threat posed by Iran: "Every
day, I open a newspaper and read about deadlines and red lines, about
what Israel might do and will do – but I won't talk about that. I will
never talk about that. As the prime minister of Israel, I will not
gamble with its security."

"I want to explain about the dangers of Iran, and why Iran should never
be allowed to develop nuclear weapons," Netanyahu continued.


'If it walks like a duck…'
"President Obama stated clearly that the US wants to prevent Iran from
having nuclear weapons and that… all options are on the table. Israel
has the same policy – we're determined to prevent Iran from having
nuclear weapons and we leave all options on the table.

Netanyahu in AIPAC. 'If it looks like a duck..' (Photo: EPA)
Netanyahu in AIPAC. 'If it looks like a duck..' (Photo: EPA)



"Israel has patiently waited for the international community to resolve
this issue. We've waited for

diplomacy to work, we've waited for sanctions to work. None of us can
afford to wait much longer," he said.



"Iran says that its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes, but I say
– if it looks like a duck, and walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck
– it's a duck. But this is a nuclear duck! And It is impossible to
believe that the world's most dangerous regime won't use the world most
dangerous weapon.



"A nuclear-armed Iran," he warned, "Will embolden its proxies, like
Hezbollah, to attack Israel and US targets. And they will. They'll be
doing so backed by a nuclear regime. A nuclear-armed Iran could choke
the world's oil supplies. It could blackmail the world on oil."



A nuclear-armed Iran is likely to spark an arms race in the Middle East,
he continued, "And the worst nightmare – a nuclear-armed Iran could
threaten all of us with nuclear terrorism."



"The Jewish state will not allow those who seek our annihilation to
develop such weapons. A nuclear Iran must be stopped," Netanyahu stated.
"When it comes to Israel's survival we must always remain masters of our
fate."



PM says Israel 'must always remain master of its fate' (Photo: Reuters)
PM says Israel 'must always remain master of its fate' (Photo: Reuters)


During his meeting with the American president earlier Monday, Netanyahu
reportedly stressed that Israel has yet to reach a decision regarding a
possible strike on Iran's nuclear facilities.



Speaking with reports after the meeting, Netanyahu said that "the
Israeli position was met with understanding."


Obama addressed the AIPAC conference on Sunday and reiterated the United
States' commitment to Israel's defense and security, as well as its
resolve to stop Iran from achieving nuclear weapons.


"Iran's leaders should know that I do not have a policy of containment;
I have a policy to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon. And as
I’ve made clear time and again during the course of my presidency, I
will not hesitate to use force when it is necessary to defend the United
States and its interests," Obama declared.


Obama says US 'won't hesitate to use force on Iran'

US leader tells AIPAC conference Israel cannot tolerate nuclear weapons
'in hands of a regime that denies the Holocaust' Adds: make no apologies
for pursuing peace
Yitzhak Benhorin

WASHINGTON – US President Barack Obama told the AIPAC conference in
Washington Sunday that the United States and Israel "share interests,
but we also share those human values that (President) Shimon (Peres)
spoke about. A commitment to human dignity. A belief that freedom is a
right that is given to all of God’s children."



Related Stories:

* Obama: Nobody's announced a war yet
* Peres tells AIPAC 'Iran must be stopped'



"Yes, we are bound to Israel because of the interests that we share – in
security for our communities; prosperity for our people; and new
frontiers of science that can light the world. But it is our common
ideals that provide the true foundation for our relationship," said the
American leader, who spoke shortly after Peres.


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Obama addresses AIPAC conference (Video: Reuters)



"That is why America’s commitment to Israel has endured under Democratic
and Republican Presidents, and congressional leaders of both parties. In
the United States, our support for Israel is bipartisan, and that is how
it should stay.



"Four years ago, I stood before you and said that 'Israel’s security is
sacrosanct. It is non-negotiable.' That belief has guided my actions as
President. The fact is, my Administration’s commitment to Israel’s
security has been unprecedented. Our military and intelligence
cooperation has never been closer. Our joint exercises and training have
never been more robust.




"ביטחון ישראל הוא קדוש ואינו נתון למשא ומתן". אובמה (צילום: איפא"ק)

'We all prefer diplomatic solution.' Obama at AIPAC conference



On the eve of his meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Obama
said that "despite a tough budget environment, our security assistance
has increased every year. We are investing in new capabilities. We’re
providing Israel with more advanced technology – the type of products
and systems that only go to our closest friends and allies. And make no
mistake: we will do what it takes to preserve Israel’s qualitative
military edge – because Israel must always have the ability to defend
itself, by itself, against any threat," the American leader said.



Addressing the Iranian threat, the US president said, "Let’s begin with
a basic truth that you all understand: no Israeli government can
tolerate a nuclear weapon in the hands of a regime that denies the
Holocaust, threatens to wipe Israel off the map, and sponsors terrorist
groups committed to Israel’s destruction. And so I understand the
profound historical obligation that weighs on the shoulders of Bibi
Netanyahu, Ehud Barak, and all of Israel’s leaders.



Peres, Obama at AIPAC conference (Photo: Moshe Milner, GPO)
Peres, Obama at AIPAC conference (Photo: Moshe Milner, GPO)



"A nuclear-armed Iran is completely counter to Israel’s security
interests. But it is also counter to the national security interests of
the United States. Indeed, the entire world has an interest in
preventing Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon. A nuclear-armed Iran
would thoroughly undermine the non-proliferation regime that we have
done so much to build. There are risks that an Iranian nuclear weapon
could fall into the hands of a terrorist organization," he added.



"It is almost certain that others in the region would feel compelled to
get their own nuclear weapon, triggering an arms race in one of the most
volatile regions in the world. It would embolden a regime that has
brutalized its own people, and it would embolden Iran’s proxies, who
have carried out terrorist attacks from the Levant to southwest Asia."



The president continued to say that "we all prefer to resolve this issue
diplomatically. Having said that, Iran’s leaders should have no doubt
about the resolve of the United States, just as they should not doubt
Israel’s sovereign right to make its own decisions about what is
required to meet its security needs. I have said that when it comes to
preventing Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon, I will take no options
off the table, and I mean what I say. That includes all elements of
American power. A political effort aimed at isolating Iran; a diplomatic
effort to sustain our coalition and ensure that the Iranian program is
monitored; an economic effort to impose crippling sanctions; and, yes, a
military effort to be prepared for any contingency.



"Iran’s leaders should know that I do not have a policy of containment;
I have a policy to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon. And as
I’ve made clear time and again during the course of my presidency, I
will not hesitate to use force when it is necessary to defend the United
States and its interests," Obama declared.



The American leader also addressed the stalled peace Mideast peace
negotiations, saying, "Of course, there are those who question not my
security and diplomatic commitments, but my Administration’s ongoing
pursuit of peace between Israelis and Palestinians. So let me say this:
I make no apologies for pursuing peace. Israel’s own leaders understand
the necessity of peace. Prime Minister Netanyahu, Defense Minister
Barak, and President Peres – each of them have called for two states, a
secure Israel that lives side by side with an independent Palestinian
state.



"I believe that peace is profoundly in Israel’s security interest. The
reality that Israel faces – from shifting demographics, to emerging
technologies, to an extremely difficult international environment –
demands a resolution of this issue. And I believe that peace with the
Palestinians is consistent with Israel’s founding values – because of
our shared belief in self-determination; and because Israel’s place as a
Jewish and democratic state must be protected," Obama added.




PM hands Obama a Megila: Persian plot against Jews
By REUTERS
06/03/2012
“Then too, they wanted to wipe us out,” Netanyahu tells the US president after giving him a gift of the Scroll of Esther.

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu handed US President Barack Obama a
gift on Monday that spoke volumes about Israel’s tensions with Iran – an
ancient Hebrew tome about a Persian plot to annihilate Jews, otherwise
known as the Scroll of Esther.

The Scroll, or the Megila, tells a tale of palace intrigue featuring a
Jewish beauty, Queen Esther, who charms a Persian king into foiling an
evil adviser’s genocidal plans for her people some 2,500 years ago.

“Then too, they wanted to wipe us out,” Netanyahu told Obama, according to an Israeli official.

Jews around the world will gather in synagogues on Wednesday to read the
Megila, on the eve of the Jewish holiday of Purim, a celebration of
salvation and of turning the tables on one’s foes.

“And the Jews smote all their enemies with the stroke of the sword, and with slaughter and destruction, and did what they would unto them that hated them,” one of the verses says.

Netanyahu, who has called Iran’s nuclear program a threat to the Jewish
state’s existence, made a point of telling reporters after his White
House meeting with the president that he had given the Megila to Obama.
The Israeli leader, in a frosty meeting with Obama last May, lectured
the president on Jewish history and criticized his approach to resolving
the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Netanyahu has also invoked the lessons of the Nazi Holocaust, in which
six million Jews were killed, in citing the dangers he says a
nuclear-armed Iran – the modern-day Persia – would pose.

Obama appealed to Netanyahu at their White House meeting to give
economic sanctions time to work, amid concern that Israel, widely
believed to be the Middle East’s only nuclear power, could strike
Iranian atomic sites.

Iran says it is enriching uranium for peaceful purposes.
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1 Comments:

Blogger DEANBERRY said...

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