Okay; the international community has had it with Tehranâ€™s clerics running a fundamentalist government there. They have had it with mullahsâ€™ aspiration to acquire nuclear weapons; mullahs just canâ€™t be trusted with the technology.
And the mullahsâ€™ meddling in Iraq is also unbearable. This country will not see a day of peace as long as the Iranian regime is sitting next to its boarders trying to extend the rule of its backwards version of Islamic Fundamentalism through Iraq to the whole Middle East. Correctly, Jalal Talebani, Iraqâ€™s President told reporters recently that even the Iraqi insurgents consider Iran their most immediate and dangerous enemy.
And the terrorism this government finances and supports throughout the world is also unacceptable. Not mentioning the dreadful situation of Human Rights and oppression of the people inside of Iran which is unbecoming of a country in todayâ€™s civilized world.
Further more, you canâ€™t reason with Iran. The mullahs played with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) for 18 years hiding some of the most advanced nuclear enrichment and processing facilities from them.