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Sheila_Israel 08-26-2006 06:28 PM

Petition to destroy the Iranian nuclear facilities
 
While you are reading this, the Iranian reactor produces enriched bomb-grade uranium. Terrorists can deliver that bomb to your city, and it can kill you and your children. Yet the government does nothing.

Do we demand violence? Not in any common sense. Similarly, police use force to arrest criminals in order to stop violence.

But Iran is not a criminal? Wrong. Iran has proven malicious intent. Iran, under the current regime, conducted many terrorist bombings in the West, and sponsors deadly terrorists. Iranian leaders repeatedly called for fight against the United States and annihilation of Israel.

Perhaps Iran needs nuclear weapons for self-defense? No. Iran already bullies the Middle East with its huge conventional army. No country threatens Iran.

Since the eighth-century jihad and the Ottoman army at the gates of Vienna, the West has never been exposed to such threat. Iranís several nuclear bombs can inflict more damage on America than the World War II. Never before the Islamic fundamentalists who hate the West and dream of attacking it had military might of apocalyptic dimensions. Are you crazy to doubt they will use the bomb?

We call on the United States: Do not hesitate. Protect your people. Protect your allies. Destroy the Iranian reactor!

To sign the petition, visit *removed*

Samuel Dravis 08-26-2006 07:07 PM

This sounds like an implementation of that Israeli online propaganda machine that the news was talking about a while back... I suggest lock. Besides being annoying (and totally off-topic for this forum), there's already lots of threads about this in the Senate.

Jeff 08-26-2006 07:25 PM

This definitely isn't in the right place, and no advertising, including for petitions.


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