Daily Archives: November 3, 2011

The Hidden History of Jewish Bolshevism

The hidden history of communism and what the Jews don’t want you to know about it.

 

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Iran says united and ‘ready for war’ with Israel

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Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi on Thursday responded to reports claiming Israel is planning a military attack against his country, stating Tehran  is “ready for war” with Israel.  

“We have been hearing threats from Israel for eight years. Our nation is a united nation…such threats are not new to us,” Salehi told Turkey’s Hürriyet Daily.

Salehi further warned that if any country would attempt an attack, Iran would not hesitate to retaliate. “We are very sure of ourselves. We can defend our country,” Salehi claimed.

Salehi’s statements come a day after Iran’s chief of staff said Israel would be severely punished for any attack on Iranian soil.

“We would make them regret such a mistake and would severely punish them,” Gen. Hassan Firouzabadi told the ISNA news agency on Wednesday.

“In case of an attack by the Zionist regime, the United States would also be hit,” he added, without elaborating.

Britain is also stepping up its preparations for a military strike on Iran, The Guardian newspaper reported on Wednesday. According to its report, London is increasingly concerned over Tehran’s nuclear program and is preparing to deploy Royal Navy ships in the coming months to assist a possible American strike on Iran.

The paper cited senior British officials as saying they believed Iran had regained the technological capabilities that a cyber-attack damaged last year. Iran said the Stuxnet worm infected personal computers of employees at its Bushehr nuclear plant, but not the plant’s main systems. The New York Times reported last January that the worm was a joint Israeli-American effort to undermine Iran’s nuclear program.

 


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‘Attack on Iran would ignite regional conflict’

Former adviser to US administration says Israeli strike on Islamic Republic’s nuclear facilities could mean a disaster for both Jerusalem, Washington; spark regional war ‘from Gaza to Afghanistan’

 An Israeli strike in Iran will have disastrous ramifications and place Israel and the United States at risk, Bruce Riedel, the former special assistant to the US president and senior director for near east affairs on the National Security Council, told Ynet on Wednesday.

“An Israeli attack on Iran could ignite a regional conflict from Afghanistan to the Gaza strip,” warned Riedel, adding that “for the Americans and the Obama administration it will be a disaster.”

Riedel, a senior fellow at the Saban Center for Middle East Policy of the Brookings Institution, noted that such a scenario would lead to an Iranian ballistic missile attack on Israel and another possible front with Hezbollah. 

“Hezbollah will see an attack on Iran as a threat to their patron and there is a very good chance that they will initiate (another) Lebanon war only this time (with) even more rockets and missiles than in 2006,” said Riedel, adding that an Israeli strike in Iran must include a preemptive strike on Hezbollah.

The former CIA analyst said The Brookings Institute made a war game simulating an Israeli attack on Iran, and came to the conclusion that a perfect strike is impossible, and would place Israel in a vulnerable position – and the United States in an even tougher spot.

“We have every reason to believe that the Iranian will see an Israeli attack on their nuclear facilities as a joint American-Israeli attack and they will retaliate not only on Israeli targets but on American targets.

“The Iranian (have the) capacity to retaliate against America not only in the Middle East and the Persian gulf – (but even more so) in Afghanistan where we have 90,000 troops and where the Iranians (have) well-established links to the Taliban,” he said.

‘Media feeds the flames’

Riedel commented on the recent media frenzy in Israeli papers surrounding the possibility of an IDF strike in the Islamic Republic, saying: “I took a look at your papers. It’s crazy. I don’t really understand why now.

“It almost feeds the flames. Either the Netanyahu government has something new that the rest of us don’t know about, or (he is) misreading the events in the region.

“Perhaps the spoiled assassination (attempt) against the Saudi ambassador would make the Obama government more sympathetic to an attack on Iran. If that’s the case, they are making a very big mistake,” Riedel noted, adding that “the Obama administration made it clear from day one that they don’t support an Israeli military strike on Iran.”

Meanwhile on Wednesday, UK-based newspaper The Guardian reported that Britain’s armed forces are stepping up their contingency plans for potential military action against Iran amid mounting concern over Tehran’s nuclear program.

British defense officials told the newspaper that the “the window (of opportunity) is closing and the UK needs to do some sensible forward planning” by the 2012 US presidential elections.


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Greek PM George Papandreou ‘scraps referendum plan’

Greek PM George Papandreou ‘scraps referendum plan’ – Europe – World – The Independent

The Greek prime minister has scrapped his plan to hold a referendum on the latest European debt deal for Greece, according to two of his officials. They said George Papandreou made the comments during an emergency Cabinet meeting in Athens today. They said his decision came after the main opposition leader said he would back it. One also said the premier would not resign despite mounting pressure, and would await the outcome of Friday’s confidence vote in his government. The officials asked not to be named. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Egypt: “We Will Not Allow Israel To Attack Gaza”

Egypt: “We Will Not Allow Israel To Attack Gaza” – International Middle East Media Center

Egyptian security leaders stated that they believe Israel still intends to conduct a large-scale military offensive against the Gaza Strip, despite extensive Egyptian efforts to maintain calm, and added that Egypt will not allow Israeli to cross “Red Lines”. Egyptian Border Policeman – Maan Images The Maan News Agency quoted Egyptian officials stating that “Egypt is no longer the same country it was before the revolution.” The sources also stated that the Egyptian security forces will not even be able to stop thousands of Egyptian youths who would march towards the border should Israel carry out a massive offensive against the coastal region. It is worth mentioning that Egyptian security stated that two Palestinian shells, fired from Gaza into Israel during the latest Israeli military escalation, landed in Egyptian territory. The sources added that a Palestinian shell landed and detonated on a road used by the Egyptian border policemen, close to the security fence between Israel and Egypt; damage was reported, no injuries. A mortar shell also landed and detonated in Egyptian territory, two kilometres south of the Rafah Border Terminal, also leading to no injuries.

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