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    Will Israel Bomb Iran?
     
    There is strong evidence to suggest that Israel is considering a pre-emptive strike against Iran to halt its nuclear ambitions, with or without US backing. |Read More|


    Iran insists that its programme is exclusively peaceful, citing the international treaty which gives it the right to use atomic energy to produce power. Yet there remains deep diplomatic suspicion of Iran in the West, and growing alarm that it is exploiting its civil nuclear programme as a cover to produce atomic weapons.

    Israel is the crux. Seen in the Arab world as America's outpost in the Middle East, Israel's very existence is regarded as a "stain" by Iran's Islamic regime which came to power in 1979.

    Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Within two months of his election, Iran's current President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad approvingly quoted Ayatollah Khomeini's call for Israel to be "removed from the pages of history".

    Israel's former Prime Minister Shimon Peres called for the international community to shun Iran. He said: "Iran is the only member of the United Nations that threatens publicly to destroy another member of the United Nations. It is a call for genocide."

    Israeli attack on Lebanon This scenario raises very serious questions; would Israel act against Iran on its own?

    Twenty five years ago, it did precisely that. The Iraqi nuclear reactor at Osirak was potentially capable of producing material for atomic weapons. America was then backing Saddam Hussein's regime, and seemed unlikely to take hostile action against a nation at war with Iran.

    In 1981, when the reactor was nearly complete, Prime Minister Begin of Israel felt that the threat required immediate action. He decided to go it alone and launch a raid to destroy the nuclear plant. Eight Israeli F-16 fighters bombed the Iraqi facility, in what was seen in Israel as a model of pre-emptive action.

    Could this happen again? According to Israeli intelligence sources, Iran's scientists are now within a year of reaching the technical point when they could enrich uranium to the level required for atomic arms. The US is unlikely to attack Iran due to their existing involvement in Iraq, and is unlikely to endorse an Israeli attack for fear of a massive backlash.

    Natanz Enrichment Much depends on Israel's assessment of how far Iran has progressed at Natans, it's heavily guarded Uranium Enrichment Centre. The plant is based on 1970's technology, bought in the 80's on the nuclear black-market. It houses a line of centrifuges which spin uranium gas at 1,000 revolutions per second to make fuel for reactors. The more centrifuges in the line, the quicker the gas can become weapons-grade fuel.

    "Israel is not going to wait until the first nuclear bomb is going to be dropped on Israel."
    - Avi Dichter, Israeli Minister for Public Security

    In August, the Israeli press reported that the head of Israel's air-force was masterminding the Iran Front. Israel already has squadrons of F15 and F16 fighters armed with US supplied precision guided weapons at bases in the Negev desert. The Israeli defence industry is bolstered by an annual $2bn USD in subsidies from the the US to purchase American weapons.

    If Iran is attacked and strikes back against western shipping in the Persian Gulf, the price of oil could be the first casualty. There is reason to believe there would be a concerted backlash from the Islamic world, of which Israel would certainly bear the brunt. Iran has powerful influence over the militants of Islamic jihad and Hammas, this could also mean an escalation in violence globally.

    Diagram of Iran's/Hezbollah's missile arsenal

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    Posted on Tuesday, August 21 @ 16:53:40 MDT by sonicbom
     
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    Re: Will Israel Bomb Iran? (Score: 1)
    by T-Time on Friday, August 24 @ 19:04:36 MDT
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    Hello nice video ;=) from whom is the musik in this video??



    They want to, but they canít (Score: 1)
    by Teller25 on Tuesday, August 28 @ 21:18:06 MDT
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    Israel is very good at defending itself but I donít think they are capable of destroying the well defended, and dispersed nuclear facilities without nuclear weapons, if they do, it will only worsen the situation because the Iranians will accelerate the program, go deeper underground, and buy every weapon system Russia can and will offer, and when their weapons are complete they will respond to this attack. The only solution is a regime change which is only at the reach of the U.S.A., thatís why Israel hasnít done anything other than trying to get the U.S. involved, and the Americans are more than willing to destroy a terrorist regime that hates them, gives weapons to the Insurgents in Iraq and most importantly provides oil to the threatening Chinese economy.



    Re: Will Israel Bomb Iran? (Score: 1)
    by saeghe on Monday, November 05 @ 15:26:42 MST
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    well israel is not powerfull enough to bomb iran!!! i think its the bigest worst they can do, however they are crazy as all the terors they do every day in phelestin. but if they do,answer of iran will be strong.


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