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Netanyahu's Address to the United Nations

World  (tags: Israel, Netanyahu, Benjamin Netanyahu, Iran, Nuclear Program, International Action, Resistance to Dictatorship, Urgency )

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Thursday, September 27, 2012, using a drawing of a bomb as a visual aid to express the Iranian nuclear program.


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Nancy L (141)
Friday September 28, 2012, 12:00 pm
Now that's what a leader looks like. Too bad we don't have one.

wolfNoFwdsPls a (135)
Friday September 28, 2012, 2:18 pm
IAEA Report: No Evidence Iran Diverted Any Nuclear Material for a Nuclear Weapons Program: " What that report actually says is there is no evidence Iran has diverted any material for a nuclear weapons program. And even more important: Much of Iran's uranium stockpile has been converted into a form that would be very difficult to use in a nuclear weapon. "
" US Rejected Iran Nuclear Offer in 2005 - France and Germany were prepared in spring 2005 to negotiate on an Iranian proposal to convert all of its enriched uranium to fuel rods, making it impossible to use it for nuclear weapons, but Britain vetoed the deal at the insistence of the United States "
Iran needs (moderately)enriched U for it's meedical-isotope reactor (US-built, if recall correctly) in(/near) Teheran.
recommended viewing:

" Iran Propaganda debunked in less than 6 minutes "

BBC Correspondent - Israel's Secret Weapon (2003) ~45 min, available on Utube


Gerry Wall (8)
Saturday September 29, 2012, 3:55 am
Why does the U.N bow down to the countries that veto proposals. If it is supposed to be democratic why dosen't the majority count.

Angelika R (143)
Saturday September 29, 2012, 4:23 am
Parodies of Netanyahu's 'red line bomb' flood the Internet

@ Gerry-good question!

M B (62)
Saturday September 29, 2012, 9:59 am
If I was the U.S., I wouldn't support bloody Israel; they are bloodthirsty and try to get others to be involved in another war. S.F.A. !

Kenneth L (314)
Saturday September 29, 2012, 10:37 am
Excellent speech. There's opposed to I'm Mad in a Jad. There's a sane man. There's logic and reasoning.

Even regardless of the nuke issue, anyone who continually is trying to make nothing out of Israel, such as 'Israel has no roots in the Middle East" (complete lie), and invalidates the holocaust, and many similar squashes and nullification of anything and everything regarding Israel, is a total buffoon and idiot.

No democracy is perfect but compare any democracy to Iran....and there is no comparison.

The use of 'drawing a line' is also sane and valuable.

I wouldn't trust the leaders of Iran as far as I could throw a stick.

Barbara W (342)
Saturday September 29, 2012, 5:56 pm
I have only one thing to say! Netanyahu is not a leader! "He's A Weapon Of Mass Destruction"

Alexander Werner (53)
Saturday September 29, 2012, 7:01 pm
Nan, I 100% agree with you. Obama is a great speaker, and should have a job of a speaker. He does not know how to act, and this is the American problem for now, at least until November.

With Nukes at hand, crazy Iranian mullahs can strike not only Israel - they can hit pretty much ALL Arab countries, lots of EU capitals and even Moscow. They can threaten to block Hormuz and exercise more regional power. Its neighbors will make a line to get nukes too.

Obama does not know what he is doing by stopping Israel from helping the world to get rid of this mortal danger. He should off say something tough to Israel, let it bomb the nuke sites to pieces and then say something interesting in UN. That's how the world got rid of Iraqi and Syrian nukes so far - through Israel.

Ah-Mad-Inejad's Iranian nukes will be worse than Saddam's or Assad's.


Stan B (123)
Sunday September 30, 2012, 4:03 am
Netanyahu is a leader who cares passionately about the security of his people. I wish I could say the same about Obama.
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