Re: Conflict Between Israel and Iran, a prelude to the 70th week of Daniel?
No one is talking about "invading" Iran. Just destroying their nuclear program.
Originally Posted by Hannah
It begs the question, which is worse: America bombing Iran, or Iran going nuclear?
Do you really think the USA has the capacity proceed with another war now though?
heh. And here Obama won the Nobel peace prize. Crazy!
The way things are going, the US will soon be nothing but a right wing war machine /some kind of military dictatorship that babbles incessantly about freedom and democracy for others, while civilians around the world are dying at their hands.
Wow, do you write press releases for the Iranian government?
There is very little production taking place there, the state of education is shocking and there is no guaranteed medical care. How much are are Americans going to put up with before they put their feet down and say "enough is enough"? Will they allow their leaders to totally
destroy a once great nation? How can Americans support the invasion of countries that they have no information on other than propaganda news, countries they can't even point out on the map, all the while the wealth of the country dwindles away and into the pockets of the military industry, oil companies etc...?
In your 22 posts here you've done little else.
Never thought I'd speak out in defense of Iran, but the idea of an invasion there is wrong for so many reasons.
Indeed, this would be the best outcome. The problem is there's a race afoot. Which comes first, an Iranian revolution, or an Iranian atomic bomb? At this point I'm going with the bomb.
Much better to let things take their course and Iranians themselves to reform the regime from inside. After all, it's there as the result of a popular revolution, even if things perhaps did not pan out exactly as the revolutionaries envisaged.
First of all, Hizbullah and Hamas are outright attacking Israel, and they are Iranian proxies. That you buy into the premise that this is not an attack by Iran shows that their mission is successful.
I would only support a war on Iran if it made an outright attack on Israel, and that seems to me extremely unlikely.
Secondly, an outright attack by Iran on Israel would probably be a nuke on Tel Aviv. So basically you think that it's ok to defend Jews after a Holocaust but not before. Which is really very sad.
For the LORD your God is a merciful God; he will not abandon or destroy you or forget the covenant with your ancestors, which he confirmed to them by oath.