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Iran: Israel Off the Map?

Farid Pouya believes that Ahmadinejad and hardliners welcome crisis and sanctions against Iran.

Yasser says: “in west everything against Israel and Jewish be censored and is not surprisingly when all condemned Mr. President! For his comments but they are silent when Israel killed Palestinians. But all of this is not a good reason for Ahmadinejad saying Israel must wiped off the map…”

Brooding Persian argue that the representatives of the reigning imbecility in Iran are now ready to talk. They will want to directly engage the United States and short of regime change, everything will be on the table including the question of recognizing Israel.

1 comment

  • mark

    He’s got no nut’s………..I would go to assist to defend Israel at my own exspense! The American people are more numbers than,its military and red neck’s still kick ass.I had to sound out that really hit a note with me in today’s age a man of his statue would say that out loud!
    He’s a jerk and i still say just draw a line in the sand and i,ll be there.
    Mark USA

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