Angalia hapa mataifa dhaifu yanavyofanywa mtaji na haya mataifa yenye nguvu hii survival of the fittest itaendelea mpaka lini ? Taifa la Iraq limeharibiwa vibaya kwa sababu za kuwa na silaha za maangamizi Dunia imekaa kimya,libya imeharibiwa vibaya na kiongozi wake kuuwawa kikatili kwa sababu za kibinadamu dunia imekaa kimnya,sababu za kibinadamu kwa nini zisitumike Somalia smbspo ni mfupa mkavu hauliki mmarekanai alikimbia mwenyewe lakini huko kwingine yupo. Angalia sasa tunataka kwenda IRAN Ddunia itasemaje kweli dunia hadaa walimwengu ni mashujaa Iran kuwa na hata hizo silaha haimaanishi vita je ni kwa nini inakua hatari sana kwa mtu kichaa kushika panga lakini anaogoma mtu mwenye akili timamu kushika panga huyu kichaa atakua anaigiza lazima............. But it's not 1938, Iran is not Nazi Germany, and Israel - with 200 air, land, and sea-based nuclear missiles - is nothing like the Jewish communities of Europe that, without weapons or allies, were annihilated by Nazi Germany. As former Mossad chief Ephraim Halevy put it recently: "The State of Israel cannot be destroyed" by an Iranian attack, but an Israeli attack on Iran would produce turmoil "in the region for 100 years". To put it simply, an attack on Iran by Israel or the United States would embroil the Middle East in war, threaten the world's oil supply and economy, likely unleash a massive missile attack by Hezbollah on Israel, jeopardise 100,000 US troops in the Middle East, solidify the Iranian regime's waning support among the population, and still only delay the Iranian nuclear program by a few years.[TABLE="class: Skyscrapper_Body, width: 250"] [TR] [TD]"The State of Israel cannot be destroyed" by an Iranian attack, but an Israeli attack on Iran would produce turmoil "in the region for 100 years."- Ephraim Halevy, former Mossad chief [/TD] [/TR] [/TABLE] Insanity. So what's to be done about Iran? An attack will not deter whatever motivation Iranians may have for a nuclear bomb. In fact, an attack is one way to ensure that the Iranians do get a bomb (to protect themselves from future attacks). And further sanctions, which AIPAC has made a litmus test for campaign support, will only hurt ordinary Iranian citizens without affecting Iran's nuclear program. There is only one way to deal with Iran and it is the one we have never tried: Unconditional, comprehensive negotiations. No, not the kind of baby-step talks both sides occasionally propose, but real negotiations that put everything on the table: Iran's nuclear program, Israel's refusal to sign the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, Iran's threats against Israel and its unremitting hostility to it, Iranian support for terrorist groups such as Hezbollah and Hamas, US attempts to overthrow the Iranian regime and our support for the assassination of its civilian scientists, and, finally, Iran's role in Iraq and Afghanistan. Only comprehensive negotiations will end the Iran crisis without plunging the region, and possibly the world, into war. Only successful comprehensive negotiations can provide both Israel and Iran with the confidence to get off a course that could lead to mutual destruction. Nothing else will work and everything else has been tried.