Israeli prime minister to talk to European leaders about tougher sanctions against Iran

An Israeli official says Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will visit Europe in a few months to persuade leaders to step up sanctions on Iran over its nuclear program. Full Story

“All power to the people.”

Since: Mar 07

San Diego, CA

#1 Oct 2, 2012
Wily Coyote speaks.
voice of peace

Tel Aviv, Israel

#2 Oct 3, 2012
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"all power to the people" .. like in Terhan, you meant ... right..??

I pray for the day the People of Iran will hang Ali Khamenei from a lamp post ...

La Jolla..??.... ahhh..??

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Ulis

Oschersleben, Germany

#3 Oct 3, 2012
He should leave this Iran and stop to meddle and incite to hatred. It can meet his country in the future too and he will be not very happy about it. usa will fall down one time and european company are on the same way and what´s then?
Iran is good, peaceful country, very religious, Iranian are good people and their officials are quite good too.
Professor Ayreshire

Albuquerque, NM

#4 Oct 3, 2012
Ulis wrote:
He should leave this Iran and stop to meddle and incite to hatred. It can meet his country in the future too and he will be not very happy about it. usa will fall down one time and european company are on the same way and what´s then?
Iran is good, peaceful country, very religious, Iranian are good people and their officials are quite good too.
BS!! What's the world going to do, not just Israel and Jews you clowns hate so much if Iran gives a nuke to terrorists scumbags dummy! And when those terrorists get a nuke from Iran and set it off in your hiding place in Germany as the Ulis will be flying up in burst of flames screaming "LONG LIVE PRESIDENT MAHMOUD AHMADINNERJACKET!! Iran is the only country since Nazi germany that actually threatened to wipe out another country (Israel) FURHTERMORE, Stop trying to portray Iran to look like a peace loving nation DUMMY!! Do some thinking for a change clown!! Since the Islamic Revolution in 1979, Iran has been one of the world’s most active sponsors of terrorism. Tehran has armed, trained, financed, inspired, organized, and otherwise supported dozens of violent groups over the years. Iran has backed not only groups in its Persian Gulf neighborhood, but also terrorists and radicals in Lebanon, the Palestinian territories, Bosnia, the Philippines, and elsewhere. This support remains strong even today as Iran is tied to an array of radical groups in Iraq. Iran has publically Threatened Preemptive Strikes Against Israel and United States!! To sit there and not think for one minute that Iran would not pass on nuclear technology to terrorists, you'd have to be brain dead!!
No one can guarantee this will not happen, not even you! So do we gamble like we did Hitler and Nazi Party and presume they want to live in peace or do we wait and hope we all don't wake up someday to find terrorists using nukes supplied to them by Iran! Many countries including Pakistan and Israel have had nukes for decades and have never threatened publically the destruction of another country. The Six Day War started with threats and movement of troops to all the borders surrounding Israel!! Should Israel have waited for her destruction. NO! And neither should any other country!!

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