Friday, April 3, 2015

Scams!! The Iran "Deal" and Fake Kidnapping

Time today is limited, and I don't know which awful event of yesterday to blog about. But they do have something in common; they are both scams. Yes, I'm referring to the horrendous deja vu panic two young men had put the country, security forces through yesterday afternoon-evening and until late at night over a suspected terrorist kidnapping and the other is this potentially literally world-shattering deal to allow Iran to "rein in" but not stop its nuclear weapons development.

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“The agreement being put together in Lausanne paves the way for that result. Apparently it will leave in Iran's hands underground facilities, the [hard-water] reactor at Arak, advanced centrifuges. All those things that only a few months ago we were told, rightfully so, that they were not vital to a peaceful nuclear program.”
It was US President Barack Obama who said that each of those elements was not needed for a peaceful program. (Jerusalem Post)
The dangers of a nuclear Iran are international, not specifically Israeli, and I think that Prime Minister Netanyahu has been making a very serious tactical mistake by stressing the dangers to Israel instead of the dangers to international peace.

American President Barack Hussein Obama is more concerned with his deal-making than with true peace. He has two aims for his lame-duck presidency, a deal with Iran and establishing another Arab state which he calls Palestine. An Arab terror state in the heartland of Israel, a short walk from Israeli cities is the true danger to the State of Israel, not a nuclear Iran.

The pre-Passover security panic caused by two young men is unforgivable.
It is believed that Assaraf and his friend may have played a prank on authorities, as Assaraf was located with a sleeping bag and non-perishable food items shortly after Almoz's statement.
The incident began on Thursday afternoon around 4:00 p.m., when a call to the 100 emergency hotline of the Judea and Samaria district police was received from an Israeli youth, who said he and his friend had gotten stuck in their car due to a flat tire between Kiryat Arba and Beit Anoun. (Arutz 7)


goyisherebbe said...

There will never be a Palestinian Arab state because the Arabs themself do not want to take the responsibility for running it. They want a perpetual murder movement to kill Jews.

Sammy Finkelman said...

What they don't want - what the Arab states sending money to the PA don't want - is a settlement of outstanding issues, because then Israel's form of government is in danger of appearing to be a model for the Arab populations, and Israel might wind up helping revolutions, or interfering with corruption, one way or another, even inadvertantly. The people in charge in cerftain places don't want interaction.

As long as Israel is a pariah it doesn't have that effect.

Sammy Finkelman said...

The Iran deal falls apart when the issue of what happens when and if (if!?) there are violations is considered.

Batya said...

They want the status kavod sans redponsibility and the world wants us gone