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US-led West will attack Iran. The Nuclear program is only a pretext


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Iran is trying in vain to prove to the world that its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes. But like Iraq before, the WMD program was only a pretext to invade and destroy the country because it constituted a threat to Israel. Saddam said we had no WMD but G.W, Bush replied “do you believe me or do you believe Saddam”. In a 1998 meeting in Tel Aviv, headed by Netanyahu, the Israeli Likudists and their US far-right neo-cons allies had decided on attacking Iraq. These same forces have met in Washington D.C. In November 2011 with Netanyahu and similarly have already decided on attacking Iran, destroying its infrastructure and toppling its government The media campaign, the economic sanctions and the military deployments aim not at stopping Iran nuclear program but on preventing Iran from becoming a regional power. The Iranians have only one choice and that is to preempt any such moves buy launching a blitz-type Krieg on targets within their missile range. Like in Iraq, destroying the Samud II rockets didn't save Saddam and it would have been much wiser for Saddam if he had fired all what he got at Kuwait where the US and its allies were preparing to attacking Iraq. The war is coming, and “the Iranians should have them for breakfast before being had for dinner”.

 

Adnan Darwash, Iraq Occupation Times

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Guest Desert Rat

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Watch this movie and then pass judgement. Muslims do not protest this movement against Christian and Jewish way of life. This is an ongoing conflict that will not end until they force radical Islam accross the world and Sharia law will be the only law of the land. This is what makes these human rights facists a threat to everyone,

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Guest Morbonzi

The film, the Third Jihad, was created by the Clarion Fund.

 

Clarion Fund is a pro-Israel New York City-based nonprofit organization founded in 2006 whose stated mission is "to educate Americans about issues of national security," with its main focus on what it calls "the most urgent threat of radical Islam." The organization was founded by Canadian-Israeli film producer Raphael Shore.

 

The Clarion Fund has collaborated with the pro-Israeli media watch organization HonestReporting in the production of its films. The Clarion Fund has also collaborated or had their films shown at venues such as the Hudson Institute, Heritage Foundation, Library and Archives Canada, and Fox News Channel.

 

In December 2010, the organization announced an advisory board including:

Frank J. Gaffney, Jr., Former Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Policy, and President of the Center for Security Policy

Dr. Zuhdi Jasser, President and Founder of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy

Daniel Pipes, Director of the Middle East Forum and founder of Campus Watch

Dr. Harold Rhode, Former Foreign Affairs Specialist at the Pentagon’s Office of Net Assessment and Senior Advisor at the Hudson Institute

 

According to Clarion Fund's incorporation papers, it is based at the same address as Aish Hatorah, a pro-Israel organization. The three founders of The Clarion Fund are or were full-time employees of Aish HaTorah. Raphael Shore, the leader of The Clarion Fund is also a full-time employee of Aish HaTorah. Clarion Fund initially denied its ties to Aish Hatorah, which were first discovered by an IPS investigation in 2007.

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Guest Pastor Thomas Williamson

Much of our Christian emphasis on foreign policy in the Middle East today is based on the promise that God made to Abraham in Genesis 12:3, "And I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him that curseth thee: and in thee shall all families of the earth be blessed."

 

The first half of this verse is a promise that God made to just one person, Abraham. The original Hebrew is in the second person singular, meaning that God is speaking only to Abraham. The King James Version correctly reflects this grammatical construction, since "thee" is singular, referring only to one person, whereas "ye" would refer to multiple persons.

 

Matthew Henry’s commentary states of Genesis 12:3a that "This made it a kind of league, offensive and defensive, between God and Abram."

 

Of the second half of the verse, Matthew Henry says, This was the promise that crowned all the rest; for it points to the Messiah, in whom ‘all the promises are yea and amen.’ Note, (1), Jesus Christ is the great blessing of the world, the greatest that ever the world blessed with."

 

Recently Genesis 12:3 has been spiritualized by Christian Zionist preachers, who say that this verse applies not just to Abraham, but also to Abraham’s descendants, specifically to the modern state of Israel founded in 1948. Supposedly, it means that evangelical Christians as individuals, and America as a nation, are bound to provide unquestioning support, financial and otherwise, to the state of Israel. It is said that if America fails to back up Israel in every way possible, financially, militarily and otherwise, then God will be through with America and will have us nuked.

 

When it is pointed out that the various Arabs nations, including Palestine, are also descended from Abraham, the Christian Zionists say that the promise of Genesis 12:3 applies only to the descendants of Isaac (Of course, there is no mention of Isaac in Genesis 12:3. They often misquote the verse, saying it refers to "blessing Israel," but Israel is not mentioned in the verse either.

 

Zionists say, based on their non-literal, speculative, spiritualized interpretation of Genesis 12:3, that we are to give total, unquestioned support to some of Abraham’s children, while others of Abraham’s children are to be hated, persecuted, ethnically cleansed, bombed back into the Stone Age, maybe even nuked.

 

But in Genesis 21:13, 17-18 God also bestows His blessing on Ishmael and his descendants, saying, "For I will make him a great nation." According to the same principles of interpretation by which we have made Genesis 12:3 a command for political support of the modern nation of Israel, Genesis 21:18 must be taken as a command for political support of the modern Arab nations.

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Guest Adnan Darwash

It is puzzling to read about Christan Zionists while Jews refuse to recognising Jesus and Christianity. To me, Christian Zionists is similar to Jews for Hitler.

Adnan Darwash, Iraq Occupation Times

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