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Iran -vs- Israel at U.N.

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by MaxShimba, Sep 24, 2009.

  1. MaxShimba

    MaxShimba JF-Expert Member

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    [​IMG] Associated Press
    Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu holds up Nazi documents during his speech to the U.N. General Assembly on Thursday

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu issued a blistering attack on the floor of the United Nations Thursday on Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, saying the hearing granted the Iranian president the night before amounted to a "disgrace of the U.N. charter."

    Mr. Netanyahu dramatically held up copies of minutes of the meeting of Nazi officials in 1942 where plans were made for the extermination of the Jews, as well as constructions plans of Nazi concentration camps.
    "Are these protocols lies?" he asked, waving them in his hand. "Are the successive German governments that have kept these documents for posterity all liars?"

    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB125381222942238247.html?mod=rss_whats_news_us
     
  2. MaxShimba

    MaxShimba JF-Expert Member

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    Inaonekana watu karibia watupiane ngumi,

    UN ... lol
     
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    Babuyao JF-Expert Member

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    Hayo ni mapambano ya wana wa Ibrahimu: Isaka (Wayahudi) na Ishmail (Waarabu). Huo ni ugomvi wa kudumu mpaka Bwana Yesu atakaporudi kuamua.
     
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    Mwawado JF-Expert Member

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    Controversial Figure mwingine Hugo Chavez anazungumza sasa hivi huko UN,na baadaye jioni atakuwepo kwenye kipindi cha Larry King live.Huyu Jamaa ni mpenzi mkubwa wa Fidel castro na ni rafiki wa karibu wa Rais wa Iran Ahmednajad,Israel wametoka nje hawataki kumsikiliza.
     
  5. MaxShimba

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    UN ya mwaka huu si mchezo, kila mtu anatoa kinyongo chake, sasa huyo hugo kwa kumwaga radhi, si mchezo,
     
  6. Nyani Ngabu

    Nyani Ngabu Platinum Member

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    Hivi kwa nini haya madikteta (Qaddafi, Chavez, Castro, Ahmadinejad) yanampenda sana Obama? Chavez anamwita Obama "comrade"...Qaddafi anamwita Obama mwanae...they love him coz he's soft
     
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    Netanyahu slams UN, challenges it to confront Iran

    By Haaretz Service
    In a dramatic address to the United Nations General Assembly in New York, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Iran poses a threat to the peace of the world and that it is incumbent on the world body to prevent the Islamic Republic from obtaining nuclear weapons.

    In response to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's claims about the Holocaust, Netanyahu began his speech by lambasting those who did not walk out on the controversial leader during his speech on Wednesday.

    The premier also took aim at Ahmadinejad's litany of statements casting doubt on the Holocaust. Advertisement


    "Is this protocol a lie?" Netanyahu asked as he brandished the minutes of the Wansee Conference, the 1942 meeting during which Nazi officials planned the Final Solution.

    The prime minister also held up the architectural blueprints of the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camps that bear the signature of Hitler's deputy, Heinrich Himmler.

    "Are the successive German governments that have kept these documents for posterity all liars?" the premier asked. "And what of the survivors whose arms still bear the tattooed numbers branded on them by the Nazis? Are those tattoos a lie, too?"

    Netanyahu praised world diplomats who walked out of Ahmadinejad's fiery speech to the UN on Wednesday and assailed those who remained seated.

    "Yesterday the president of Iran stood at this very podium and spewed his anti-Semitic rants," the premier said. "Just a few days earlier he claimed that the Holocaust was a lie."

    "Do those who listened to Ahmadinejad's speech have no shame, no decency?" the premier asked. "Nearly one-third of all Jews at the time perished in the Holocaust," he said. "Nearly every family was affected, including my own."

    "Perhaps some of you think [Ahmadinejad] and his odious regime only threaten the Jews," Netanyahu continued. "Well, if you think that you are wrong, dead wrong."

    Netanyahu warned against the dangers posed by Iran, imploring the West to confront the Islamic Republic's "religious fanaticism."

    "The struggle against Iran pits civilization against barbarism," Netanyahu told the UN. "This Iranian regime is fueled by extreme fundamentalism."

    "What starts as attacks on Jews always ends up engulfing others," Netanyahu said. "This regime embodies the extremes of Islamic fundamentalism."

    The premier challenged the world body to prevent Iran from acquiring weapons of mass destruction. Israel and the Western powers believe Iran's nuclear program is of a military nature, a charge the Iranians deny.

    Netanyahu said the progress made in the postwar 20th century could be undone if Iran is permitted to build atomic weapons.

    "History could be reversed if primitive fanaticism acquires deadly weapons," the premier told the UN. "The jury is still out on the United Nations, and the signs aren`t encouraging."

    The prime minister also assailed the Goldstone Commission Report which accused Israel of committing war crimes during Operation Cast Lead, the three-week offensive against the Hamas-led Gaza Strip.

    "Israel has justly defended against terrorism," Netanyahu said. "This report provides a clear-cut bias against Israel."

    "Rather than condemn terrorism, some at the UN are condemning its victims," Netanyahu said. "It is not easy to fight terrorists firing from schools and mosques."

    The premier said Israel has gone to "extraordinary" lengths to advance peace in the region, including the unilateral withdrawal from the Gaza Strip.

    "The Gaza disengagement was very painful for Israel," the prime minister said. "Israel withdrew from Gaza because we believed it would achieve peace."

    Netanyahu took the UN to task for "remaining silent" while Gaza gunmen launched Qassam rockets at Israeli towns and communities in the western Negev.

    The prime minister said his country wants "genuine peace" and he praised the late Arab leaders Anwar Sadat and King Hussein of Jordan for their "courage" in forging diplomatic ties with Israel.

    "Every time an Arab leader truly wanted peace, they got it," Netanyahu said. "If the Palestinians truly want peace, we will make peace."

    Netanyahu also reiterated an Israeli demand that the Palestinians explicitly recognize Israel as "the state of the Jewish people."

    "Say yes to a Jewish state," Netanyahu urged the Palestinians. "The Jewish people are not foreign conquerors in the land of Israel."

    Netanyahu said he recognized that the Palestinians are also desirous of a homeland, and that Israel was committed to living side by side with its Arab neighbors.

    As a condition for peace, the prime minister said any future Palestinian state must be "effectively demilitarized" so that it would not have the means to threaten Israel.

    "I said effective because we do not want another Gaza, another south Lebanon, another Iranian-backed terror base threatening Jerusalem," Netanyahu said. "We want peace, and I believe that with goodwill and hard work, such a peace can be achieved."

    Netanyahu also invoked Winston Churchill in imploring the international community to oppose Iran and the rejectionist groups it supports, including Hamas and Hezbollah.

    "The question facing the international community is whether it is prepared to confront these forces or just accommodate them," the premier said.
     
  8. Mwawado

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    Hawa wote wanampenda Obama kwa unafiki tu...Sidhani kama wana mapenzi ya dhati kwa Obama...wanamuona Obama ni Mgeni katika Uongozi wa Nchi,wanafikiri kumtaja kama mwenzao kutaufanya Utawala wa Obama uwaone kama ni waungwana,Utawala wa Obama unajua nini unafanya,na unawaelewa vizuri hawa Viongozi na Nchi zao kuliko wanavyodhani.

    Unaweza kufikiri kuwa Obama ni soft...Si hivyo Mkuu huyu Jamaa ni Tough kuliko viongozi wengi waliomtangulia.
     
  9. Nyani Ngabu

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    Sijui umetumia kigezo gani kusema kuwa Obama ni tough "kuliko viongozi" weng waliomtangulia. Naomba unipe vigezo tafadhali...
     
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    Nitakujibu...Lakini naomba rekebisha maandiko yako,maana naona unaniwekea maneno mdomoni..Sikusema "Kuliko Viongozi wengine" nimesema "Kuliko Viongozi wengi".Ukisema viongozi wengine waliomtangulia ina maana wote,na hilo halikuwa kusudio langu.
     
  11. Cynic

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    No. Tuliyoyashujudia wiki hii ni mapambano kati ya Wayahudi na Persians (Iran). Na chimbuko ni historia. Kuna wakati Persian Empire (enzi za akina mfalme Nebuchadnezzar) ilikuwa na nguvu kuliko utawala wowote duniani na waliiteka na kuitawala hata Israel ya sasa. Visasi bado vipo na Wayahudi wanaogopa historia isije ikajirudia.
     
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    Haya nimerekebisha. Nijibu sasa.
     
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    Obama uongozi hauwezi ndio maana maandamano kula kukicha. Kawa komedian kila Tv show wanayomualika anahudhuria kama hana wawakilishi.
     
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    Iran leader slams Israel in U.N.

    UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) -

    Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad accused Israel of "inhuman policies" in the Palestinian territories and of dominating world political and economic affairs in his prepared remarks to the U.N. General Assembly on Wednesday.

    Ahmadinejad did not mention Tehran's stand-off with Western powers over its nuclear ambitions in the text of his closely watched speech, which was released before he took the podium.

    But he accused foreign forces of spreading "war, bloodshed, aggression, terror and intimidation" in the Middle East, citing the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    On Israel -- a frequent target of Ahmadinejad's fury -- the Iranian leader said, "The awakening of nations and the expansion of freedom worldwide will no longer allow them to continue their hypocrisy and vicious attitudes."

    "How can one imagine that the inhuman policies in Palestine may continue?" Ahmadinejad said.

    "How can crimes of the occupiers against defenseless women and children and destruction of their homes, farms, hospitals and schools be supported unconditionally by certain governments?"

    The Iranian leader said it was time for the world to respond.

    "It is no longer acceptable that a small minority would dominate the politics, economy and culture of major parts of the world by its complicated networks, and establish a new form of slavery, and harm the reputation of other nations, even European nations and the U.S., to attain its racist ambitions," he said.

    Ahmadinejad, who earlier on Wednesday was the target of a protest outside the Iranian mission to the United Nations, appeared to brush off opposition accusations that his re-election in June was a fraud.

    "Our nation has gone through a glorious and fully democratic election, opening a new chapter for our country in the march toward national progress and enhanced international interactions," he said, adding that Iranian voters "entrusted me once more with a large majority."


    (Writing by Andrew Quinn; Editing by Peter Cooney)
     
  15. MaxShimba

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    Netanyahau kaja na exhibits,

    Hii UN sijui kama italast, kama mabo ndo hivi.
     
  16. Ab-Titchaz

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    Jamaa kasema UN doesn't smell sulfur anymore... unakumbuka akisema
    George Bush ni shetani last time around?..:D

    U.N. 'doesn't smell of sulfur anymore,' says Chavez


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    UNITED NATIONS (CNN) -- Drawing on 2006 remarks in which he compared former U.S. President George Bush to the devil, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, speaking at the United Nations Thursday, said, "It doesn't smell like sulfur anymore.

    In a rambling speech at the U.N. General Assembly, Chavez spoke highly of current President Obama, saying he is an "intelligent man" and comparing him to President John F. Kennedy.

    "I hope God will protect Obama from the bullets that killed Kennedy," he said. "I hope Obama will be able to look and see, genuinely see, what has to be seen and bring about a change."

    Three years ago, Chavez spoke at the gathering the day after Bush spoke, and said the lectern "still smells of sulfur."

    But on Thursday he looked around the podium and said, "It doesn't smell of sulfur. It's gone. No, it smells of something else. It smells of hope."
    He did, however, criticize some U.S. policies, questioning whether there are "two Obamas.

    http://www.cnn.com/2009/WORLD/americas/09/24/chavez.venezuela.united.nations/index.html
     
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    Wamarekani wanajuta hii kitu kua New York maana wanatukanwa
    bila wasiwasi. Hata mie najiulize kama wewe iwapo hii kitu ita-last
    kweli.Shughuli ipo!
     
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    ..hizi 'endorsements' zimenichekesha kweli and the whitehouse has to wiggle
    out of them...especially ile ya Gadaffi kumwita mwanae...nilicheka
    kweli asiee.
     
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    Point of correction mkuu, Wairani siyo waarabu ni Waajemi.
     
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    yaani nashindwa toa mguu ndani namsubiri Chavez kwene Larry King Live..huu uhuru wa kuongea unaigharimu sana Marekani...
     
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