Is Iran Our Greatest Threat?

Writing in Foreign Policy, Daniel Byman says that while Iran “should remain a concern of any future administration,” it’s far from the only threat to U.S. national security today — and, according to Byman, should not be “even near the top” of our list of security concerns.

We don’t necessarily agree fully with Byman’s assessment, but it is an interesting list, and demonstrates the complexity of the state of world affairs. Take a look and see what you think.


Author: Stand For Israel | October 19, 2012
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What do you think?

  • thomas
    October 20, 2012
    12:05 am
     

    its iran and other states its the world within blind christians–its a long list in the end its satan himselfe in a long battel from the beginning of time tillthe end oneday

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  • sandra
    October 19, 2012
    10:19 pm
     

    It seems to me that we are in the end days. Revalations is the only chapter in scriptures yet to b fufilled. Iran remains a dangerous global threat. The world needs to pay attention !

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  • Johny
    October 19, 2012
    5:36 pm
     

    Befor those thing Happening Prince”William’become King Of England(King Of UK/GB/or KING OF Commonweal”.After that Messiah He Is Coming Our KING OF UNIVERSES:Amen..that my Visions.’….-Johny

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  • Johny
    October 19, 2012
    4:55 pm
     

    Thing is Messiah,He is Coming soon.All the Enemy of State Of Israel&a Jewish Nations,Is Burning or Disappear for Ever.after that,The original Laguage comes Hebrews’Laguage only.The Rest Disapear.Amen

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  • todd
    October 19, 2012
    1:30 pm
     

    The best way we can help isrial,is to pray and stand by there side in all things worldly,and spiritualy.GOD says, those who stand with isrial shall be blessed and protected,and those who dont,well iran will fill the rath of yahway.

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  • Betty
    October 19, 2012
    12:17 pm
     

    Things int he Middle East seem to be really shaping up for the ‘end times’ scenario told about in the Bible. I think the United States and Great Britain should withdraw all troops and
    let the locals get on with what they will do even if we stay there! The best way we can help the entire region is by praying for them.

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    • Deborah
      October 19, 2012
      8:30 pm
       

      How can a believer say that America and England should get out from helping Israel? Is this Biblical? What if America would be in such situation, what would you say? Where is love? Where is loyalty?

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  • Bob
    October 19, 2012
    11:50 am
     

    A thoughtful and thought-provoking analysis … and maybe even YET some additional threats may be overlooked.

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  • Beno
    October 19, 2012
    11:49 am
     

    The difference is Iran wants war with anyone, so that their messiah will come and take over the world for islam. They are daring anyone to attack them and if they get a nuke, they will use it on Israel or the U.S without a second thought.

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    • deborah
      October 19, 2012
      8:33 pm
       

      If they would use their nuclear weapons it will be their end. The true Messiah, Yahoshua will fight for Israel, according to the Scriptures, and Iran will fall together with her helpers. Pray and see

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  • Harry joshphine
    October 19, 2012
    11:31 am
     

    Our dear GOD want That nobady. Thuts aur holy country wat hè gift to us and never à second. Hallocousd our dear. GOD bless al of Uss YEWS al over THE world en our real frends SHABATH. SHALOOM. Harry

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