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Iran is only months away from building a nuke, has ballistic warhead capability

Posted by avideditor on March 25, 2009

Bomb Iran before it is to late from DEBKA.

 

Israel: Iran is only months away from building a nuke, has ballistic warhead capability


Israel's military intelligence chief Maj. Amos Yadlin 

Israel’s military intelligence chief Maj. Amos Yadlin

Israel’s AMAN military intelligence director, Maj. Amos Yadlin updated the Knesset foreign affairs and security committee on the state of Iran’s nuclear progress Wednesday, March 25. He reported that although Iran is only months away from a capacity to make a nuclear bomb and has attained a warhead capability, Tehran has decided not to cross the threshold so as to avoid provoking Western retaliation.

DEBKAfile‘s military sources report this is not Tehran’s true rationale. The Iranians are held back by two more compelling motives:

1. They will not be satisfied with a single nuclear bomb, but would rather build up an arsenal of 10 to 12 bombs and warheads for which they are short of enough enriched uranium at the moment. Read the rest of this entry »

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Iran Has a Secret Nuclear Reactor! Can we bomb them now?

Posted by avideditor on July 29, 2008

I got this from Yid With A Lid. I hope Israel or America do the right thing and bombs Iran before it is too late. 

 

IRAN HAS SECRET NUCLEAR REACTOR

 

Brian Williams New Best Friend, Iranian President Ahmadinejad might not have been totally honest during his interview last night when he denied any nuclear weapons ambitions. According Al-Siyassa a Kuwaiti Newspaper, the Iranian crazies have started work on a secret nuclear reactor, close to its border with Iraq. The translated report below has not only has picture and locations, but the paper has obtained from the construction company a letter from the Iranian Government demanding that everything must be done in complete secrecy. Now that we know, What are we going to do about it?:

Kuwaiti Daily Reveals: Iran Building Secret Nuclear Reactor-MEMRI

On July 29, 2008, the Kuwaiti daily Al-Siyassa reported that, according to “highly reliable sources,” Iranian authorities had begun construction of a secret nuclear reactor in the Al-Zarqan region close to the city of Ahwaz in southwest Iran, on the Iran-Iraq border.

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The US is getting Ready to Bomb Iran to stop it from getting a NUKE

Posted by avideditor on April 6, 2008

I hope this data is right. If it is it looks like the US is going to take the important long over due step in disabling the nuclear program of Iran. The world can not live with a nuclear Iran because the culture of the current government in Iran is a culture of death, which will not be afraid of mutually insured destruction like the USSR. So everyone pray that we will bomb Iran before it is too later. I think it will be this week.

Exclusive: Iran, Syria, Lebanon on military alert over US Gulf movements and Israel’s home defense drill:
According to British media, the US is set to attack Iranian military facilities. DEBKAfile’s military sources add that the USS Abraham Lincoln Strike Force is heading for the Persian Gulf.
War tensions in the Middle East have shot up – not only over the signals flashing between Syria, Lebanon, and Israel, but also on the US-Iranian front in Iraq in the wake of rising in violence around the Basra conflagration.
Tuesday, April 8, US Iraq commander, Gen. David Petraeus and ambassador to Baghdad, Ryan Crocker, will stress in their report to Congress that Iran is waging war on America in Iraq, say sources in Washington, London and Baghdad.
This emerged strongly last week, when US intelligence learned that Iran had intervened directly in the Iraqi government’s crackdown on renegade militias in Basra and southern Iraq, by directing and provisioning those militias through the Revolutionary Guards’ al Qods Brigades.
Official sources in London predict that Iran’s intervention against the American effort to stabilize Iraq may well prompt a US attack on the military installations in Iran which are orchestrating the interference.
Gen. Petraeus is on record as accusing Iran of being the source of the daily rocket bombardment of Baghdad’s Green Zone, seat of government and US diplomatic and military headquarters.
DEBKAfile’s military sources report that Moscow has dropped its two nickels into the rising war alarm. In the last two weeks, Russian military and intelligence officials have been leaking claims of intensified American military movements around Iranian shores.
Iran is certain to come up in Presidents George W. Bush and Vladimir Putin’s farewell talks in the Black Sea resort of Sochi Sunday, along with other controversial business, such as Moscow’s objections to NATO’s eastern expansion and US missile shield in East Europe.
Saturday, US defense secretary Robert Gates turned up in Oman, the site of big American air bases, for talks with Sultan Qaboos. He then flew straight back to Washington. While Gates insisted to correspondents aboard his plane that the US is committed to a diplomatic solution for Iran’s covert nuclear program, the surpise visit struck sparks in the already fraught regional atmosphere, particularly as it followed on the heels of US Vice President Dick Cheney’s talks in Oman two weeks ago.
DEBKAfile’s Middle East sources sum up how Tehran and Damascus read these events and the picture they have built up of Washington’s intentions as combined with Israel’s military steps:
1. US is preparing to attack the Iranian military installations linked to subversion in Iraq. The operation will widen out into strikes on the Islamic Republic’s suspect nuclear sites.
2. Israel will use the chance for a concurrent attack on Syria.
3. Israel will attack Hizballah’s strongholds in Lebanon.
4. A broad, coordinated US-Israeli offensive will be mounted against Iran, Syria and Hizballah.
Iran and Syria view Israel’s four-day home defense exercise against missile attack, conventional or non-conventional, beginning Sunday, as setting the stage for these attacks.
Both believe Washington and Jerusalem are in close military step. Neither is reassured by soothing statements from prime minister Ehud Olmert and defense minister Barak that Israel does not seek violent confrontation – especially when the US administration is withholding all comment. Hence the high state of preparedness ordered by the jittery governments in Tehran, Damascus and Beirut.

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