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Corsi tells why talking with Iran won't work
« on: January 09, 2010, 07:06:03 PM »
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Iran will continue to toy with Western nations and press forward with its nuclear weapons program unless its religiously motivated threat to destroy Israel is taken seriously said WND staff writer and best-selling author Jerome Corsi in a recent appearance on Fox News online's national security show "DEFCON-3."

A recording of the Fox News Strategy Room program, hosted by former Reagan national security official KT McFarland and former CIA agent Mike Baker, can be viewed online.

Corsi explains that the Iran threat cannot be solved using methods based on traditional assumptions of international diplomacy, such as that the other nation is operating in its own interest.

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Iran's Islamic leadership, including President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, believes its long-awaited Shiite messiah will return to rule after a cataclysmic event. Some observers believe the nuclear destruction of Israel fits Iran's scenario.

Corsi is the author of "Why Israel Can't Wait: The Coming War Between Israel and Iran," which presents evidence of Iran's steady and determined effort to acquire nuclear weapons.

He argues Tehran's ambitions, coupled with anti-Semitic attacks against Israel, make war between Iran and the Jewish state inevitable. Corsi also wrote "Atomic Iran: How the Terrorist Regime Bought the Bomb and American Politicians," which forecast the world's current focus on the Iranian threat.

McFarland points out President Obama said Iran had until end of 2009 to make good its promise to negotiate in good faith on its alleged nuclear weapons program.

That deadline has now passed, and Iran's response has been, she said, to ratchet up its missile-testing program with missiles that can carry nuclear warheads and reach Europe and Israel.

Tehran, McFarland said, also has ramped up its nuclear enrichment program, developed a blueprint for a nuclear trigger, delivered arms to Hezbollah and Hamas to prepare for war against Israel, sent Revolutionary Guard soldiers into Iraq where they seized an oil well, declared it could engage in military action with Iraq, charged three foreign tourists with espionage, formed an alliance with Venezuelan socialist strongman Hugo Chavez and violently quashed a pro-democracy movement after stealing an election.
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