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Israel will blow you off the map you filthy pigs…

A senior figure in the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, Mujtabi Du Al-Nour, threatened on Saturday that Iran will destroy Tel Aviv in ten minutes if Israel “makes a mistake” and strikes the Islamic regime’s nuclear facilities.

Al-Nour, who is a representative of Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, in a talk with journalists responded to Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman’s (Yisrael Beytenu) comments from Friday, when he said Israel should stop talking and start acting by striking the facilities said to be developing nuclear weapons.

“If the Zionists were sure that they would win in war they would already have initiated it, but they don’t have the strength to do that – so they just threatened,” blustered Al-Nour.

According to the Revolutionary Guards leader, Iran has rockets that can reach the heart of Tel Aviv within six or seven minutes, “even before the rockets of the Zionists reach us.”

The threat, coming as it does during Iran’s efforts to increase its nuclear output capability by 19-fold and feasibly obtain the ability to equip nuclear warheads on the rockets Al-Nour claims the country possesses, gives extra urgency to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s warnings against a bad nuclear deal.

Netanyahu is posed to address the US Congress on March 3 about the Iranian nuclear problem in a speech that has raised uproar among the left in Israel and the US, given its proximity to March 17 Knesset elections.

The speech is meant to warn against leaving Iran with nuclear capabilities as talks between world powers and Iran approach a March 31 deadline, with Netanyahu warning the deal in its current formation would leave Iran a nuclear threshold state, and a state which has threatened to destroy Israel as Al-Nour reiterated on Saturday.


Screen Shot 2015-03-02 at 10.38.25 AMBY DEAN JAMES

Democrats suck. Black Democrats REALLY suck. Remember when Democrats booed God and Israel at the DNC in 2012? That was a sickening display but what do you expect from a bunch of brain dead LIBERALS?

Now the Black Caucus Democrats are planning to disrupt Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to congress where he is trying to open the eyes of the world to the EXTREME threat that IRAN poses. Will they do the ‘HAND’S UP, DON’T SHOOT’ garbage or will they come stare and yell about slavery while he sits down to eat? God only knows…

After extensive communications with Obama the black’s plan on doing a protest during Mr. Netanyahu’s speech to the Senate by walking out while he speaks. You know what? Get the hell out then- we don’t need you Obama kissing a$$es there anyways! It’s not like you will back anything but ILLEGAL ALIENS and FOOD STAMPS for the poor blacks that are being discriminated against by our WHITE PRIVILEGED country! Oh you have it so bad! Let me break out the world’s smallest violin.

Take a hike- I’m sick of your whining.

But, there are tons of blacks that disagree with all the stupid crap that these agitators are doing including a group of Conservative black ministers that support M. Netanyahu.

Urban Cure reports:

Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu will address a joint session of congress on March 3rd, and in a political move, leaders of the Congressional Black Caucus are planning to skip the speech in protest of Speaker John Boehner’s invitation to Netanyahu to do so. While the Congressional Black Caucus claims it has “consistently been the voice for people of color,” it seems this brazenly political move couldn’t be further from the voice of black Christians in America.

The Center for Urban Renewal and Education and leaders of the black Christian community will come together to voice their support for Israel and welcome Prime Minister Netanyahu as he addresses Congress. A press conference will be held at the National Press Club on Thursday, February 26, 2015 to address these concerns.

WHO: Star Parker, Founder of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education, Black Ministers from Across the Country
WHAT: Press Conference
WHERE: National Press Club, Zenger Room, 529 14th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20045
WHEN: Thursday, February 26, 2015 at 10:00 AM ET

“Israel has had to fight for survival in the Middle East every single day since its founding,” said Star Parker, Founder & President of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education. “The same forces that continue to threaten Israel today threaten America and the very Judeo-Christian values which link our nations. These biblical values defined the Civil Rights movement and Dr. King was an outspoken supporter of Israel. Jews were major supporters and partners in the Civil Rights movement since the founding of the NAACP. The Congressional Black Caucus undermines America, Israel, and our common Judeo-Christian heritage by turning their backs on the Israeli Prime Minister in a time of danger. We must hear the Prime Minister and show him black Christians, and all Americans, welcome him.”

THIS IS HOW THIS RACIST THUG SPEAKS ABOUT ISRAEL. Farrakhan on Netanyahu & Boehner’s disrespect of President Obama

Published on Mar 2, 2015
Minister Louis Farrakhan spoke on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s trip to the USA to undermine President Barack Obama’s attempt to dialogue with the Islamic Republic of Iran.

During a secret recording as reported by Israeli Channel 10 on July 9, 2010, the Israeli PM Netanyahu boastfully stated, “I know what America is. America is something that can be moved easily”.

Minister Farrakhan’s comments were delivered during part 2 of his lecture titled, “The Intensifying, Universal Cry for Justice” delivered on March 1, 2015 at Mosque Maryam in Chicago, IL.

White House Offers Rebuttal Before Netanyahu’s Speech

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WASHINGTON — Just four days before Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to a joint meeting of Congress, the Obama administration sought on Friday to refute the Israeli leader’s expected critique, arguing that he has failed to present a feasible alternative to American proposals for constraining Iran’s nuclear program.

In a briefing for reporters, senior administration officials contended that even an imperfect agreement that kept Iran’s nuclear efforts frozen for an extended period was preferable to a breakdown in talks that could allow the leadership in Tehran unfettered ability to produce enriched uranium and plutonium.

“The alternative to not having a deal is losing inspections,” said one senior official, who would not be quoted by name under conditions that the administration set for the briefing, “and an Iran ever closer to having the fissile material to manufacture a weapon.”

The briefing came at what appears to be a milestone in the talks.

Administration officials and their European counterparts appear to be preparing for some kind of agreement — one that could ultimately be frustrated by Congress or among hard-liners in Iran.

But the American officials speaking Friday avoided directly answering some questions about important outcomes of the agreement still being negotiated.

Asked whether the accord would guarantee that Iran would remain at least a year away from being able to produce enough fuel for a single nuclear weapon, a senior official said that the agreement was still under negotiation and that it was not yet clear how long the accord might last. He noted that some “transparency measures” that might provide insight into the inner workings of Iran’s nuclear activities might be in effect for an “extended period of time.”

Several news organizations, including The New York Times, reported this week that Iran’s capacity to produce enriched uranium would be sharply limited for at least a decade under a phased accord. But Tehran would be able to build up its capacity again in the last years of an agreement. That suggested that in those final years of a deal, Iran could move closer to where it is today — two or three months away from being able to produce a bomb’s worth of material, rather than the required year that the administration says is its bottom line for the first phase of an agreement.

The officials were also vague about whether, and how quickly, Iran would have to answer a dozen questions from the International Atomic Energy Agency about research it is suspected of carrying out on nuclear designs — what the agency calls the “possible military dimensions” of Iran’s program. The I.A.E.A., the United Nations’ inspection agency, said again last week that Iran stonewalled inspectors on answering most of its questions, which the Iranians insist are based on fabricated evidence.

Mr. Netanyahu, in a speech he is giving at the invitation of the House speaker, John A. Boehner, Republican of Ohio, is expected to argue that the agreement taking shape now would leave Iran with a vast infrastructure it could use to pursue the development of nuclear weapons once the agreement expired, allowing Iran to become a “nuclear threshold state.”

This week, Secretary of State John Kerry told Congress that Mr. Netanyahu was wrong when he predicted that the interim agreement reached with Iran would fail and would result in the collapse of the sanctions regimen against Tehran, and administration officials suggested that his opposition to a comprehensive agreement was also wrongheaded.

But the concerns voiced by Mr. Netanyahu are also shared by Saudi Arabia and other Arab states that are regional rivals of Iran. Mr. Kerry plans to meet with King Salman of Saudi Arabia and other Arab officials over the next week to try to reassure them about the agreement.

While the United States has taken the lead in the nuclear talks with the Iranians, the negotiating partners also include France, Britain, Germany, Russia and China. European officials have suggested in recent days that an agreement is closer than the “50-50” assessment by Obama administration officials.

“We have made a substantial amount of progress,” the senior administration official acknowledged. “Ultimately, Iran has to make a very significant political decision to allow the flexibility to close this deal.”

Shocking Report: Obama Threatened To Shoot Down Israeli Jets Targeting Iran

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Media Reporter

In a shocking report, a Kuwaiti newspaper is claiming that President Barack Obama once threatened to shoot down Israeli jets if they went through with a plan to target Iranian nuclear sites.

Citing “well-placed sources,” Al-Jarida claims that sometime in 2014, the Israeli government made plans to attack Iran when they heard that the United States and Iran were on the cusp of striking a secret nuclear deal behind Israeli’s back. The decision was made after Israel learned the terms of the deal were supposedly “a threat to Israel’s security.”


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu allegedly came to the decision after four nights of deliberation with commanders, and Israeli jets even managed experimental test flights in Iranian airspace after evading Iranian radars. But when an Israeli official with good ties to the Obama administration revealed the planned airstrikes, Obama allegedly threatened to shoot down the Israeli jets. (VIDEO: Bobby Jindal Slams Obama For ‘Disrespecting Israel And The Jewish People’)

Israeli media network Arutz Sheva points out that at least one veteran Democratic statesman has been open in their opinion that the U.S. should shoot down any Iran-bound Israeli jets. “They have to fly over our airspace in Iraq,” former diplomat Zbigniew Brzezinski said in 2008, “Are we just going to sit there and watch?”

At least some are skeptical of Al-Jarida’s report. One reporter for the conservative Jewish Press notes the story “appears at first glance to be an invention of an imaginative editor.” But the same writer notes that “Al-Jarida is considered to be a relatively liberal publication whose editor Mohammed al-Sager previously won the International Press Freedom Award of the Committee to Protect Journalists.”

Obama will veto bill requiring review on any deal with Iran

The US president threatens to veto a bipartisan bill that authorizes Congress to review any possible nuclear deal the administration reaches with Iran.

That’s according to a statement by National Security Council Spokeswoman, Bernadette Meehan. The statement also called on US senators to avoid measures that complicate the process of the nuclear talks with Iran. Earlier, a group of US lawmakers introduced a motion that required President Barack Obama to submit the text of any agreement with Iran to Congress. The legislation allows Congress to have a say on the final terms of the nuclear deal. It also bars the Obama administration from suspending congressional sanctions on Iran for two months while Congress discusses the agreement.