Monday, December 05, 2005

Netanyahu hints could consider Iran nuclear strike

God I just love BeBe

Former Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu hinted that he could consider a pre-emptive air strike against Iran's nuclear installations if he were to be re-elected. Netanyahu, who is widely expected to regain the leadership of the right-wing Likud party later this month, said Israel needed to "act in the spirit" of the late premier Menachem Begin who ordered an air strike on Iraq's Osirak nuclear reactor in 1981.

"I view the development of the Iranian nuclear (programme) as a paramount threat and as a real danger to the future of the state of Israel," Netanyahu told the Yediot Aharonot newspaper.
"Israel needs to do everything to prevent Iran from developing a nuclear threat against it."
"We need to act in the spirit of Menachem Begin, who defied the entire world and with a bold step prevented Iraq from arming itself with nuclear weapons."

Curtesy Drudge


  1. Troll:

    Thanks for the backup at Mike's America. That moonbat invasion was just TOO funny.

    I'm still looking for ONE liberal who makes the slightest bit of sense to explain their program to me without the Bush hate getting in the way.

  2. your never going to find them