Yakov Rabkin, Montreal Professor of history at the University of Montreal, had a letter of his published in the Int'l Herald Tribune the other day.
In it, he deals with Iran and Israel and writes:-
...While Iran has signed the Non-Proliferation Treaty and publicly refused to develop nuclear weapons, Israel possesses such weapons and has not signed the treaty.
True but does he mean that Israel is the real threat to world peace and that the Iranian's leader's spouting off on theology, the destruction of Israel and how much nuclear potential his country possesses is not indicative of any danger?
[Iran's president said Saturday his country now possesses 6,000 centrifuges, a significant increase in its nuclear program]
[Note this: "Of course he says they aren't producing a bomb, but they are producing the wherewithal to make a bomb once they have the enrichment capability...they haven't agreed to a slowdown in progress, not withstanding all the hints they would be doing so," Mark Fitzpatrick, a senior fellow for non- proliferation at the London-based International Institute for Strategic Studies policy group, said]
Moreover, Iran has not attacked another country for centuries.
What about this? But more to the point, when in the past few centuries have they had a leader like this one: crazy, meglomaniac and with the capability?
...While overtly anti-Zionist, he [Ahmadinejad] is not anti-Jewish. Indeed, had he been anti-Semitic, he would harass Iran's Jews rather than challenge a nuclear-armed regional power...Like many non-Zionist Jews, he wants Israel to evolve from a state for the Jews - a major source of the Israel/Palestine conflict - to an inclusive state of all its citizens...
Well, if you must know, Rabkin is a semi-Neturei Karta.
I found here and here that he espouses a antizionist position based on religion. Try this, too.
There's a lot behind just one letter-to-the-editor.