It is understandable that Bibi Netanyahu is upset because the good old days when American forces fought and died in Iraq is no longer possible. Bibi is a fighter who never gives up regardless of the fact the guy he is fighting wants to end violence and work for peace. Of course, Bibi and his buddies in Congress are convinced that Iranians can not be trusted and the only land in the Middle East which can is ISRAEL. So, examine the record:
Israel launched an attack in 1956 against Egypt until told to stand down by President Eisenhower–a Republican.
Israel launched an attack in 1967 and won the Six Day War.
Israel invaded Lebanon in the 1980s
Israel has four times invaded the Gaza Strip.
And, violent Iran: IT HAS NEVER INVADED A MIDDLE EASTERN NATION.
Anyway, Yuval Steinitz, Israel minister strategic affairs said that military action is possible against Iran. “It was on the table. It is still on the table. It’s going to remain on the table.”More words of peace from Israel.
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We offer samples of headlines that appeared in the world press along with our comments.
Denmark, Copenhagen Press: “Hijack Our Future”
We do know who are the hijackers in America, they belong to the Republican party.
France, Connexion: “Be Tough, Smack Kids”
Be wise, never raise a hand against a child.
Canada, Toronto Star: “This Is A Good Steak”‘
I’ll stake my reputation on this comment.
Egypt, al-Ahram: “Anti Boko Haram Force”‘
Guys, let’s not go bonkers on this one.
Sweden, Local: “Eternal Kid”
My dream at age 84
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