Friday, June 13, 2008

We Got the Right to Punish Israel

We Got the Right to Punish Israel

Based on the followings, we all gained the moral rights to prosecute, punish and attack Israel and Israeli supporters whenever, however and wherever we want.

Why do we have to suffer for Zionist Israel?

Further to Gutless Council and Media the illegal and immoral invasion of Iraq was to secure Israel and an early American withdrawal from Iraq will hurt Israel. The invasion was also based on 935 lies.

This Zionist state was created through many illegal and immoral means including terrorism. Since then Israeli Holocaust, Holocaust continuum, The Iron Wall and Middle East Formula for Peace are valid threats to mankind. Recent comment of Deputy Israeli Prime Minister pushed the oil price $11.00 in one day. An Israel centric conflict with Iran may increase the oil price by $100.00! One must wonder why the hell because of one recalcitrant country and its endless terrorism the whole world has to be suffering endlessly?! Why the hell the media outlets are very silent about it?

--- In, sanjay pandey wrote:
Re: [freeamericanow] Re: Should Iran Launch Preemptive Strike On Israel?

UNO Charter : Chapter I Article 4.
All Members shall refrain in their international relations from the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence of any state, or in any other manner inconsistent with the Purposes of the United Nations.Sanjay PandeyBangaloreKarnatakaIndia

--- In, "bruceksim" wrote:

--- In, sanjay pandey wrote:
Re: [freeamericanow] Should Iran Launch Preemptive Strike On Israel?

I am yet to start counting the number of articles of International Law and UNO is being violated by this threat of Israel.

Under the International Laws, since the threat has been made by a member of Govt of Israel, Iran and its friends have the legal right to do a pre-emptive strike on Israel to prevent it from carrying out its threat.

Unlike the Iraq war, this will be completely legal operation.Sanjay PandeyBangaloreKarnatakaIndia

--- In, "Jodie" wrote:

Should Iran Launch Preemptive Strike On Israel? Israel Attack on Iran 'Unavoidable'-Olmert DeputyBy Dan Williams

06/06/08 "Reuters" - -- JERUSALEM - - An Israeli attack on Iranian nuclear sites looks "unavoidable" given the apparent failure of sanctions to deny Tehran technology with bomb-making potential, one of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's deputies said on Friday.

"If Iran continues with its programme for developing nuclear weapons, we will attack it. The sanctions are ineffective," Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz told the mass-circulation Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper.

"Attacking Iran, in order to stop its nuclear plans, will be unavoidable," said the former army chief who has also been defence minister.

It was the most explicit threat yet against Iran from a member of Olmert's government, which, like the Bush administration, has preferred to hint at force as a last resort should U.N. Security Council sanctions be deemed a dead end.

Iran, which denies seeking nuclear weapons, has defied Western pressure to abandon its uranium enrichment projects. The leadership in Tehran has also threatened to retaliate against Israel -- believed to have the Middle East's only atomic arsenal -- and U.S. targets in the Gulf for any attack on Iranian turf.

Mofaz also said in the interview that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who has called for Israel to be wiped off the map, "would disappear before Israel does."

Mofaz's remarks came as he and several other senior members of Olmert's Kadima Party prepare for a possible run for top office should a corruption scandal force the Israeli prime minister to step down.

Iranian-born Mofaz has been a main party rival of the Israeli prime minister, particularly following the 2006 elections when Olmert was forced to hand the defence portfolio to Labour, his main coalition partner, at Mofaz's expense.

Mofaz, who is also designated as a deputy prime minister, has remained privy to Israel's defence planning. He is a member of Olmert's security cabinet and leads regular strategic coordination talks with the U.S. State Department.

Israel sent warplanes to destroy Iraq's nuclear reactor in 1981.

A similar Israeli sortie over Syria last September razed what the U.S. administration said was a nascent nuclear reactor built with North Korean help. Syria denied having any such facility.

Independent analysts have questioned, however, whether Israel's armed forces can take on Iran alone, as its nuclear sites are numerous, distant and well-fortified.
(Editing by Ori Lewis and Charles Dick)

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