Lovely. I guess he won’t be getting a New Year’s card from me this year.
Seriously, every time I think the world is slowly moving past depthless hatred for others, along comes an idiot like this – a head of state, no less – to remind us that we are as in danger today of meltdown as we were in 1933 when the Nazis came to power and began their murderous campaign.
The biggest danger we face is that of complacency.
Your turn: What are your thoughts on this?
Iranian hatred cause for concern
Published Tuesday, November 1, 2005
Free Press London
Igot a chill down to the base of my spine when Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called
a Zionist blot that must be “wiped off the map.” Israel
When the leader of a nuclear-capable nation that actively supports terrorism viciously attacks the right of another nation to exist, we are all at risk. As a Jew, it frightens me to my very core. Ahmadinejad has called for the end not only of the country, but of the people who populate it. It’s anti-Semitism raised to its ugliest level since the close of the Second World War.
A quick reminder might help clarify who truly deserves to remain within the community of nations: when the Iranian city of
Bamwas decimated by an earthquake in 2003, was one of the first nations to volunteer its resources and expertise. Israel
refused, and instead asked all nations of the world, “except the Zionist regime,” for help. Iran
would likely offer to help again. Israel ’s racist leader might want to ponder this. Iran