Fox guarding chicken coop proves wrong strategy, after all:
“Counterproductive..” El Baradei……..
Mohammed Â ElBaradei has a long history of obfuscating and denying Iran’s obvious intentions. Why is it so hard for successive US-administration to give him the shoe?
He is not alone, of course: the US administration is infiltrated by “advisors and lobbyists” who do their bidding for Arab/Muslim causes, and with Fareed Zakaria doing Islamo-prop on CNN and Newsweep, when will America get hit with a cluebat?
“ElBaradei has long been reluctant to adopt a confrontational strategy on Iran, an approach he sees as counterproductive.” Sure, and the alternative has worked so well this far — mostly for Iran.
- Christians have a Â horrendous time in Pakistan: more attacks, churches burned every day…/Islam is what Muslims do…
- Eight U.S. troops killed in attack on two outposts in Afghanistan/The militants launched their attack from a local mosque and a nearby village, the international alliance said.
- Turkey’s Religious Minorities (Washington Times)
Turkey wants tourism dollars from foreign members of the very groups that it oppresses at home.
It’s important to note that the source of this quotation is Iran’s Islamic Republic News Agency, and therefore must be taken with a grain of salt: Will ElBaradei contradict or deny he said that?
But regarding the statement itself: Never mind that Iran is the most visible state sponsor of jihad terrorism across the Middle East, while Israel is concerned only with defending its own borders. Never mind that Iran is run by clerics who prize death over life, and endorse a president with apocalyptic aspirations to hasten the return of the Mahdi. No, Iran is the “number one threat” to the Middle East withÂ conventional weapons, making comparisons to Israel immaterial.
“ElBaradei says nuclear Israel number one threat to Mideast: report,” fromÂ Xinhua, October 4/JW