Several bloggers reacted to Senator Hillary Clinton's remarks on Monday when Clinton said that she would be willing to use nuclear weapons against Iran if it were to launch a nuclear attack on Israel.
Writing in Farsi, Malkoot says:
â€œClinton should control her temperâ€¦Clinton did not think that her deterring threat did not help to solve problem but just makes things complicated. What a logic it is that Israel because it is our ally, then we have every right to obliterate any country that attacks itâ€¦. Clintonâ€™s words mean that we have power to do this and it legitimates our actionâ€¦.if there were some Iranians to prefer you to Obama, now you have lost them all. What a logic it is, that they have a problem with the Iranian rulers and they say what they wantâ€¦these words are so far removed from logic.â€
Mehiran addss [Fa]:
I want to ask Hillary Clinton this question was USA able to obliterate Afghanistan, Vietnam, Iraq â€¦. And all these countries did not have half of Iranâ€™s military power and its population.
Meanwhile, Anti Mullah has published a photo featuring a Muslim woman standing outside a mosque in California, holding a banner with slogans in support of Obama. He says:
Note the “bilingual” aspect uses English lettering for Persian (not Arabic) words to reach a broader audience than writing it in Farsi (Persian) fonts.
The banner says: God is great. Obama is the leader.
Kamangir, however, thinks the photo is fake and shares his ideas about it here:
â€œLetâ€™s also accept that â€œ[there are] rumors of the Islamic Republic of Iran also passing the word to their American agents and clerics to support Obamaâ€. Letâ€™s go further and accept too that this plan is actually materialized and that a Muslim is going to hold a banner in support of Obama and to encourage fellow Muslims to vote for him. In what language will he/she write on the banner, besides English? My guess would be Arabic. Thatâ€™s why I doubt this
picture is, as Anti Mullah suggests, â€œdefinitive evidenceâ€ for the claims mentioned in the above. Why? Because the word â€œRahbarâ€ is Persian for â€œLeaderâ€. Shouldnâ€™t they have used an Arabic word, written with English letters of course, instead?â€