Några konstateranden:

  • Irans påståenden om att det kärntekniska programmet bara är till för energiproduktion går inte att ta på allvar.
  • Det judiska folket har lärt sig att om någon säger att det judiska folket ska utplånas så är detta något som måste tas på allvar.
  • Det judiska folket har lärt sig att de inte ska räkna med att någon annan hjälper dem, utan att de måste sköta detta ensam.

Tyvärr finns det fortfarande de som inte förstått någonting när det gäller hotet från Iran, utan anser att det är Israel som hotar Iran fastän det är helt tvärtom.

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Länkar till mera information, läsvärda texter och artiklar:

Artiklar på den här bloggen som handlar om Iran.
Artiklar om Iran på Anna Ekströms blogg.
Artiklar om Iran på bloggen Israel i Sverige.
Artiklar om Iran på Roy B. Altermans blogg.

Och slutligen ett par citat från artikeln i The New York Times:

“I accept that Iran has other reasons for developing nuclear bombs, apart from its desire to destroy Israel, but we cannot ignore the risk,” he told me earlier this month. “An Iranian bomb would ensure the survival of the current regime, which otherwise would not make it to its 40th anniversary in light of the admiration that the young generation in Iran has displayed for the West. With a bomb, it would be very hard to budge the administration.” Barak went on: “The moment Iran goes nuclear, other countries in the region will feel compelled to do the same. The Saudi Arabians have told the Americans as much, and one can think of both Turkey and Egypt in this context, not to mention the danger that weapons-grade materials will leak out to terror groups.

“From our point of view,” Barak said, “a nuclear state offers an entirely different kind of protection to its proxies. Imagine if we enter another military confrontation with Hezbollah, which has over 50,000 rockets that threaten the whole area of Israel, including several thousand that can reach Tel Aviv. A nuclear Iran announces that an attack on Hezbollah is tantamount to an attack on Iran. We would not necessarily give up on it, but it would definitely restrict our range of operations.”

At that point Barak leaned forward and said with the utmost solemnity: “And if a nuclear Iran covets and occupies some gulf state, who will liberate it? The bottom line is that we must deal with the problem now.”

“The Iranian regime will be several times more dangerous if it has a nuclear device in its hands,” he went on. “One that it could bring into the United States. It is not for nothing that it is establishing bases for itself in Latin America and creating links with drug dealers on the U.S.-Mexican border. This is happening in order to smuggle ordnance into the United States for the carrying out of terror attacks. Imagine this regime getting nuclear weapons to the U.S.-Mexico border and managing to smuggle it into Texas, for example. This is not a far-fetched scenario.