Saturday, January 21, 2006

Gaffney on Iran

Frank Gaffney, the president of the Center For Security Policy, discusses Iran on the Hugh Hewitt program:

I think it would be very foolish to rely upon the Israelis to try to do this. It may be that they can help us in various ways, but I think this is ultimately one that will determine much of the future of the free world, not least, Hugh, because of this fact. The Shiite extremists who run Iran today, subscribe to a view of the end state, the 12th iman's arrival, a messianic moment, will be presaged, and the prerequisite for it is death and destruction on a massive scale. It is the height of folly to leave in the hands of people like those the decision as to when we will do something about this metastasizing danger in their nuclear program.

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