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If you ever want to know what the Islamist believe, you have to listen to (and get translated) what they say in their own language to their own people.

The deception is great.

They will blatantly say one thing in English to the western press and then turn around and say the complete opposite (reality) to their internal press.

MEMRI is a great institute and clips like below are so valuable.

The stage is being set.

Their purpose is clear, in their own words, “finish off the Zionist enterprise.”

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Iran’s nuclear program designed to ‘finish off’ Israel, Hezbollah MP says

The entire equation in the Middle East will change, Walid Sakariya tells al-Manar TV

By August 9, 2012, 4:24 pm

Hezbollah MP Walid Sakariya told Lebanese television this week that the nuclear weapon Iran is allegedly developing is intended to annihilate Israel.

In a segment recorded and translated by MEMRI (the Middle East Media Research Institute), Sakariya, also a retired general, told his interviewer on Hezbollah’s al-Manar TV Tuesday that should Iran acquire a nuclear weapon it would serve Syrian as well as Iranian interests, namely the eradication of the Jewish state.

“This nuclear weapon is intended to create a balance of terror with Israel, to finish off the Zionist enterprise, and to end all Israeli aggression against the Arab nation,” Sakariya said.

“The entire equation in the Middle East will change,” he asserted.

Iranian officials typically assert that their controversial nuclear program is meant solely for peaceful purposes.

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