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Israeli hardliners launch a petition to destroy the Iranian reactor


Controversial Zionist group launched a sign-up for online petition to George Bush to immediately attack the Iranian nuclear facilities
Taking the lobbying into the streets, Israeli ultra-right group asked today the Americans to sign online petition to President of the United States.
“Now that the Iranians began the enrichment of uranium, the world will never be the same again,” says the group founder Obadiah Shoher. “Never since the Ottoman conquests had been the Western civilization in clear and present danger of annihilation. Never before had the apocalyptic weapons fall in hands of a government that does not deal in the Mutual Assured Destruction. Iranian fundamentalists do not care of reciprocity; they do not fear reprisal; they will not hesitate to detonate nuclear bomb. And they do not even have to actually use the bomb: a threat of passing the nuclear device to Iranian-sponsored terrorists will get Iran just any concession from the West. Indeed, Israel would rather evacuate to Arizona than risk Iranian nuke smuggled into Tel-Aviv.”
Faced with procrastination of the Israeli government unwilling to disrupt ephemeral peace process and upset its foreign sponsors, Israelis turned to the American people for protection - not only of Israel, but also of the entire free world. If no measures are taken immediately, the group believes Iran can produce and hide enough uranium in two months to make a nuclear charge even clandestinely. According to Shoher, Iranian regime will invariably use the first A-bomb against the United States, the Great Satan in its terminology, and only the second or third - against Israel. rejects Iranian sovereignty based on the doctrines of proven malicious intent and extreme danger. The group argues against waiting for the United Nations decision which in any case would be greatly impeded by fifty-one votes of Islamic countries, many of them afraid of Iran. aims at collecting a million signatures for the petition.


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