Apr 17, 2008

Netanyahu Says 9/11 and Iraq War Good for Israel.

Yes we know, and the neoconservatives (like Bill Kristol who spoke at Univ. of Charleston last night) agree, which is why a UN representative is now saying the neocons (Israel-firsters) should be investigated about 9/11 (see previous article below) . Read Netanyahu's own words below. There you have it from the mouth of radical Likudnik and personal friend of Larry Silverstein (lease owner of the WTC Towers), 9/11 and the War in Iraq benefited Israel most. Here Israel reports, you decide.

Meanwhile, the same article quotes Ahmadinejad of Iran (like millions of Americans as Zogby polls document) calling 9/11 "suspicious" and convenient for a pretext for war:
"Four or five years ago, a suspicious event occurred in New York. A building collapsed...

"Under this pretext, they [the U.S.] attacked Afghanistan and Iraq and since then, a million people have been killed only in Iraq."
Of course then Netanyahu calls him Hitler, contrary to many Rabbis, despite the fact of hundreds of thousands of Jews living in Iran, practicing their religious freely, and having representation in government. You are familiar with the propaganda by now.

The reader, however, should ask him or herself, just who benefited more from 9/11--Iran or Israel? Logic dictates the answer, and motive comes into question about just which state might really have sponsored terrorism.

Netanyahu made this same statement immediately after 9/11 as well.

clipped from www.haaretz.com
Report: Netanyahu says 9/11 terror attacks good for Israel
By Haaretz Service and Reuters
The Israeli newspaper Ma'ariv on Wednesday reported that Likud leader Benjamin Netanyahu told an audience at Bar Ilan university that the September 11, 2001 terror attacks had been beneficial for Israel.
"We are benefiting from one thing, and that is the attack on the Twin Towers and Pentagon, and the American struggle in Iraq," Ma'ariv quoted the former prime minister as saying. He reportedly added that these events "swung American public opinion in our favor."
Netanyahu reportedly made the comments during a conference at Bar-Ilan University on the division of Jerusalem as part of a peace deal with the Palestinians.

Meanwhile, Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad cast doubt over the veracity of the September 11 attacks Thursday, calling it a pretext to invade Afghanistan and Iraq.
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