Turkish FM: Israeli Attack on Iran Will be a ‘Disaster’– (For Iran.)
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu sounds just as ominous and threatening as the imbecilic Daisy Khan.Â He warns against attacking Iran, calls for diplomatic dialogue with the Islamic Republic over its nuclear program.
Gimme a break! We’ve done the dialogue thing for 30 years and all we got is lies, threats and deceit. Its over, Ahmet! Go home!
Iranian UN ambassador: Israel wouldn’t dare attack us
Iran’s ambassador to the United Nations, Mohammad Khazaee, was interviewed by NPR on Thursday morning. You can listen to the interviewhereÂ and there’s a summaryÂ here. Here’s the mildly amusing part. (Carl)
Daniel Pipes: “The Public is Receiving Much Disinformation”
Daniel Pipes, president of the Middle East Forum, gave anÂ interviewÂ with conservative political activist, Ezra Levant, as was reported byÂ Israel Matzav, the popular blogspot for issuesÂ regardingÂ Israel and the Middle East.
RegardingÂ the continually deteriorating situation in Syria, Daniel Pipes stated that it is only a matter of weeks or months until the Syrian “tyranny” topples.Â He noted, as others have written, Â that the most important aspect, from a strategic point of view, is that a regime change in Syria will almost certainly result in the breaking of the Syrian alliance with Iran, which will causeÂ “a real blow” to the Iranian regime. As of now, Iran uses their relationship with Syria as a means of transferring arms andÂ moneyÂ to Hizbullah and Hamas, and gaining influence in “the heart of the Middle East.”
Related links from Barenaked:
- Jewish ‘Judenrat’ professor, Amy Kaplan, lectures on how to stir up sufficient hatred for Israel in the classroom
- If your child comes home from school and tells you ‘Muslims discovered America,’ here’s why
- Several States are trying to pass legislation that would ban sharia (Islamic) law from being recognized in their state court systems
Is Turkish Prime Minister Recept Tayyip Erdogan about to throw anotherÂ temper tantrum? JPost reports that Turkey has managed to have Israel excluded from what would have been its first participation in a NATO mission. But it almost doesn’t matter. Despite Turkey,Â NATO is on the verge of upgrading relations with Israel.