September 2, 2012

Avoiding a Second Holocaust

Alan Elsner, NY Daily News

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What does it mean to be faced with an existential threat? It means you, your family, your community, your city and even your nation could cease to exist at any moment based on the decision of another actor, over whom you have no control. Add to this the fact that this hostile actor tells you at every opportunity that he aims — nay, lusts — to destroy you, to “cut out the cancer” that is your nation. That is how Israel is referred to by the leaders of Iran, who want nothing less than what they say: End the existence of the Jewish state.

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TAGGED: Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Iran, Israel

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