Iranium - Iran The Sponsor of Worldwide Terrorism


By Jon_i_Cohen
February 8, 2011
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http://www.iraniumthemovie.com/drip/resnicoff.html

A must see movie; with the turmoil in Egypt and Iran manipulating "The Moslem Brotherhood", the real danger has yet to be seen.

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mattpryor

Tue, 02/08/2011 - 15:33

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I recall Bibi's recent speech to the Knesset in which he said exactly the same thing.

America needs to be vigorously involved in Egypt otherwise Iran will step in.


jose (not verified)

Tue, 02/08/2011 - 15:43

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Hmmm, Iran and Muslim Brotherhood don't fit together very well. They have the same goals, but each want the bigger part of the cake. Of course, they can cooperate in a limited way against Israel and USA, as in Gaza. But the foreseeable end is a confrontation of the two sects.


mattpryor

Tue, 02/08/2011 - 15:53

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I agree Jose, and history shows that Israel's enemies are usually incapable of agreeing on anything other than that killing Jews is a good idea. What worries me is how much damage they'll do to Israel (and us) before their unholy alliance falls apart.


jose (not verified)

Tue, 02/08/2011 - 16:01

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You're quite right, Matt! No doubt they can be very nasty to Israel and Jews in general.
I don't see how the democracies can prevent the MB from getting a share of the power in Egypt, if not all of it. But Egypt needs peace just as much as Israel and even the MB can realise that. Maybe they will tear the peace treaty but they cannot take the risk of an open war.
But in Lebanon, the madmen now run the asylum.


mattpryor

Tue, 02/08/2011 - 16:17

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I'm not even sure if the sisterhood are the biggest problem. Jew hatred is a popular sport on the "street" and the peace treaty has always been unpopular in Egypt - tearing it up will be a vote winner for anyone seeking power.

They don't need to go to all out war, they just need to support the terrorists running Gaza (in the name of "justice" for the Arabs that call themselves Palestinians of course).

The US needs to clearly state that it will not recognise any government that will not maintain peaceful relations with all of Egypt's neighbours.


jose (not verified)

Tue, 02/08/2011 - 16:26

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Clearly, Matt. But Iran is a much more difficult target for Israeli planes and missiles. Egypt is much closer and they already experienced war with Israel. Even if they man in the street is against the peace treaty on theoretical grounds, he is not enthusiastic to go to war with Israel again. And Israel might consider that support to Gaza terrorist is a declaration of war. The man in the street wants more money for a decent life, and war cannot bring that to Egypt.

US could be of help, by threatening to cut all financial and military help, but then Russia might step in again.


mattpryor

Tue, 02/08/2011 - 16:33

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I believe that abrogating a peace treaty is a fairly unambiguous declaration of war, and this should also be made well known in advance of it happening.

We need to change our language - rather than saying "getting rid of the peace treaty with Israel" we need to say "declaring war on Israel", since the two are the same thing.


jose (not verified)

Tue, 02/08/2011 - 16:49

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I believe that abrogating a peace treaty is a fairly unambiguous declaration of war

Not really, but having a hostile frontier with Egypt could force Israel to have much more battalions along this frontier and divert forces from other hostile frontiers. Some might think of it as an opportunity to start a war, believing Egypt will rescue them aftewards. Some like Lebanon and Syria.


jose (not verified)

Tue, 02/08/2011 - 17:08

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And I have the support of Tsahal's Chief:
http://www.jpost.com/Headlines/Article.aspx?id=207366


mattpryor

Tue, 02/08/2011 - 17:32

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Well I'm sure that Obama will treat the issue with sensitivity and wisdom and will ensure a peaceful, progressive and democratic future for Egypt and all of our worries will come to nothing. After all he has excellent form in the Middle East.

Oh, wait....

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