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Saturday, April 21, 2012

Holocaust Rememberance Day & Iran

Holocaust Remembrance Day was Thursday in Israel. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave a speech regarding Iran’s nuclear program; a subject that should have far more Americans concerned than are.  For Israel, it is more than just a foreign policy question.  In his speech, Netanyahu finished with these words:

I will continue to speak the truth to the world, but first and foremost I must speak it to my own people. I know that my people is strong enough to hear the truth.

The truth is that a nuclear-armed Iran is an existential threat of the State of Israel.

The truth is that a nuclear-armed Iran is an political threat to other countries throughout the region and a grave threat to the world peace.

The truth is that Iran must be stopped from obtaining nuclear weapons.

It is the duty of the whole world, but above and beyond, it is OUR duty.

The memory of the Holocaust goes beyond holding memorial services; it is not merely a historical recollection.

The memory of the Holocaust obligates us to apply the lessons of the past to ensure the basis of our future.

We will never bury our heads in the sand.

Am Yisrael Chai, veNetzach Yisrael Lo Yeshaker [The Nation of Israel Lives, and the Eternal one of Israel does not Lie].

I ask you to take a minute and seriously consider the world with a nuclear armed Iran.  Whether it is Ahmadinejad or the mullahs, neither should be allowed anywhere near "The Button".
Netanyahu's office has posted the full text of the speech here

Thanks to Powerline for the details.

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