«The Palestinians must not be satisfied with anything less than the annihilation of the Zionist regime, a goal that is within reach».
This is an editorial in the Iranian paper Jomhouri-e Eslami on June 23, 2009 The newspaper further states that: «Palestinians must not accept anything less than Israel’s annihilation»
Iranian media do not hid the Ayatollahs intentions of using a nuclear bomb to destroy Israel:
«Official Palestinian recognition of the Zionist regime by the Palestinians is Israel’s most cherished dream. It would deal a death blow to aspirations for a Palestinian state, granting everlasting legitimacy to the Zionist regime.The Palestinians must not be satisfied with anything less than the annihilation of the Zionist regime – a goal that is within reach»
Another Iranians newspaper «Kayhan» purported that «the Arabs who are in favor of conciliation», whom it dubbed «hypocrites within the [Islamic] nation» «are collaborating in the implementation of the Zionist-American version of peace by giving a green light to the Americans».
It added that «peace» whether according to the Arab or the American formula – is tantamount to recognizing the brutal and artificial Zionist regime» and said that «unless this regime is completely eradicated from the region’s political map, no Middle East peace is possible».
In another editorial, Kayhan called on the Muslim countries not to participate in the talks with the U.S. and the Zionists, which the U.S. has set for September 2009, concomitantly with the U.N. General Assembly, in order to discuss the U.S. comprehensive peace initiative in the Middle East.
The paper reiterated that :
«A solution [in the Middle East] can be achieved only by completely annihilating the Zionist regime, which is the source of all insecurity in the region»
….and that «the establishment of two states, Palestinian and Zionist, would be the same as totally crushing the rights of the Palestinian people, rather than securing these rights for them.»
Source. Jomhouri-e Eslami (Iran), June 23, 2009. (MEMRI)
Say no more.
Well, I cant resist:
Let me ask you three questions, and give you three options:
1. The Iranian regime do not mean what they say about Israel.
If that is correct, what make you think they can be trusted in anything they say?
2. The Iranian regime do mean what they say, but is not capable of doing it.
Let me remind you about a man called Adolf Hitler. When he came to power in 1933, neither was he capable of doing what he claimed he was going to do. But in 1945, we could all see that he almost manged to do everything we did not believe that he was capable of doing.
3. The Iranian regime means what they say, and will soon be capable of doing it.
Now, if you believe this is the truth. What do you suggest Israel should do about it?