vijay gupta

Rookie (5-5-1950 / meerut, india)

Fight for existences


Fight for existences
Today Iran & Israel are on the front of a war.
They are declared enemies.
Israel is going to fight for its existence.
On the other hand Iran wants to wage a war against Israel to annihilate it.
Reason is one.
The construction of Israel was done by the European in 1948 in the name of Jew’s land without any consent of Palestine people.
Since then Palestinian & others are trying the snatch their land from the Jaws of Israel.
But they could not do.
Because it was the war between poor & the powerful
Again time has come for another war.
Iran want to construct nuclear bomb to be a powerful country & Israel don’t want this so war is inevitable.
What will the result?
I don’t know.
I can only pray the god to prepare both of them for peace.

Submitted: Monday, June 23, 2008

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