Friday, November 04, 2011

Israel attack on Iran military suicide


Sane Israelis should put their leaders in an asylum, get them fixed, try them, execute them; America would do well with same program before they kill us all

Press TV
11/03/2011

There is a strong speculation that Israel is bound to mount an attack on Iranian nuclear sites, a threat which the Zionist regime has frequently repeated and an idea which, if translated into action, will bring about apocalyptic consequences for the Zionist entity.

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Reportedly, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has recently sought to drum up cabinet support for a military strike against the nuclear sites of the Islamic Republic of Iran. In joint efforts with the defense minister Ehud Barak, Netanyahu has succeeded in wringing support for such a reckless act from the skeptics who were already opposed to launching an attack on Iran. Among those he managed to convince was Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman.

    There are still those in the Israeli cabinet who are against such a move including Interior Minister Eli Yishai of the ultra-Orthodox Shas party, Intelligence Minister Dan Meridor, Strategic Affairs Minister and Netanyahu confidant Moshe Yaalon, Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz, army chief Benny Gantz, the head of Israel's intelligence agency Tamir Pardo, the chief of military intelligence Aviv Kochavi and the head of Israel's domestic intelligence agency Yoram Cohen.

    However, the support voiced by Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman is considered an ace in the hole for Netanyahu who also enjoys the full-throated support of Washington. 

If attacked Iran will respond with immediate, massive retaliation
In a show of military prowess and obvious brinkmanship, Israel test-fired a nuke capable missile on Wednesday which cannot be taken as a coincidence considering the threat made by Netanyahu.

"Israel today carried out the test-firing of a rocket propulsion system from the Palmachim base," a Defense Ministry statement said. "This had been long planned by the Defense establishment and was carried out as scheduled."

    Echoing his old familiar comments about Iran, Netanyahu said in a parliamentary address on Monday, "A nuclear Iran will pose a serious threat to the Middle East and the entire world, and it of course poses a direct and heavy threat to us."

    Also on Wednesday, Israeli Foreign Minister accused Iran of being “the largest, most dangerous threat to the current world order,” adding that Israel expects the international community to “step up efforts to act against it.”

    Moshe Yaalon, Israel's strategic affairs minister, told Army Radio on Tuesday, "The military option (against Iran) is not an empty threat, but Israel should not leap to lead it. The whole thing should be lead by the United States, and as a last resort." 

An invasion of Israel by Iran and Arab States almost certain
There seems to be a united front against Iran in the Israeli cabinet but as far as a military strike is concerned, there is a difference of opinion as to the sanity of such an act and the looming consequences it may incur.

     Be it as it may, one of the main factors which render such an act implausible is that Israel is well aware of Iran's military competence and self-sufficiency.

    From a military point of view, Iran is known as the best in the region and one of the best in the world in terms of missile industry.

    The successful production of the short-, medium- and long-range missiles Shahab (Meteor) and Sejjil (Baked Clay), Saqeb (falling stone) and Sayyad (Hunter), Fateh (Conqueror) and Zelzal (Temblor), Misaq (Covenant) and Ra'ad (Thunder), Toufan (Storm) and Safar (Journey) bears testimony to this claim. The country has so far succeeded in producing more than 50 types of high-tech missiles as part of its deterrent strategy for enhancing military might as it has always been exposed to threats by the Zionist regime and Washington.

    The recent Iranian missile Qader (powerful), a magnum achievement, is a sea-launched cruise missile which has a highly destructive power and can eliminate frigates, warships as well as any coastal targets. With a range of over 200 kilometers, the missile can evade any highly advanced radar systems.

    Shahab (meteor) III, one of the great missile achievements of the country, is a medium-range ballistic missile designed to hit targets within the range of up to 2000 kilometers. Generally considered as a nightmare for Israel, the missile was test-fired on July 8. 2008 and has been upgraded since then to an impeccable standard.

    A senior IRGC commander Brigadier General Amir Ali Hajizadeh has already stated that Iran has the know-how to build missiles with over 2,000 kilometers but since the US and Israeli targets are within the reach of the current missiles, the country does not see any point in doing so. 

Obama desperate for war to save his own ass
“Iran's missiles have a range of up to 2,000 kilometers and have been designed for US and the Zionist regime (Israel)'s bases in the region,” he added.

According to the Iranian commander, as there is a distance of 1,200 kilometers between Iran and Israel, Iran is already capable of targeting the Zionist regime with the current missiles. Needless to say, Sejjil (Baked Clay) and Shahab missiles rank among the missiles capable of targeting objects within a range of 2,000 kilometers.

    With over 50 types of state-of-the-art missiles at its disposal, Iran is readily capable of delivering a death blow to any aggressor who ventures to violate its soil. However, Iran has frequently said its military might poses no threat to other countries and that its defense doctrine is based on deterrence.

    As the Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has said the “main objective of producing weapons in Iran is defending the country against bullying enemies” while in the West, “the main reason for weapons production is increasing the wealth of the weapons cartels.”

    Regardless of Iran's military might in countering any audacious aggression, Israel is standing on its last legs as poverty and social strife are rampant in the country and the people have already begun pressing their hands on Tel Aviv's throat.

    It matters little on what grounds the idea of attacking Iran was articulated in the minds of the Israelis or who was the initial originator of this imbecilic notion.

   What is important is that an Israeli attack will not only disturb the political equilibrium in the Middle East but it will inflict losses of inconceivable proportions upon the Zionist entity as well.

    A military strike by Israel on Iran is tantamount to a final nail in the coffin of Zionism.

-- Ismail Salami is an Iranian author and political analyst. A prolific writer, he has written numerous books and articles on the Middle East. His articles have been translated into a number of languages.

 

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Poll shows Israeli support for attack on Iran


Israel looks to have green light to bomb Iran from complicit U.S. government; Obama, Clinton will attempt to dodge responsibility, benefit by erasing treasury-bank thefts "crisis" with new war; insane Israeli leaders death wish for world will start WWIII, guarantee own destruction by combined Arab State retaliation if Iran attacked

The Guardian
11/03/2011

Associated Press= JERUSALEM (AP) — A new poll shows the Israeli government would have significant support at home for a military strike against Iran's nuclear program. 

Iran will retaliate with strategic missiles, close Gulf
The poll comes following reports that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is trying to persuade Cabinet ministers to authorize such a strike and after Israel successfully tested a missile believed capable of carrying a nuclear warhead to Iran. 

Forty-one percent of those questioned by the Dialog polling institute say they would back an Israeli attack on Iran's nuclear facilities, which Israelis think were built to produce bombs.

A similar number — 39 percent — oppose such an attack. Twenty percent were undecided.

Insane "leaders:  Obama and Netanyahu
The poll was published on Thursday in the Haaretz daily. It surveyed 495 people and had a margin of error of 4.6 percent.

THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE. Check back soon for further information. AP's earlier story is below.

JERUSALEM (AP) — An Israeli official said Wednesday that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is trying to persuade his Cabinet to authorize a military strike against Iran's suspected nuclear weapons program — a discussion that comes as Israel successfully tests a missile believed capable of carrying a nuclear warhead to Iran.

It remained unclear whether Israel was genuinely poised to strike or if it was saber-rattling to prod the international community into taking a tougher line on Iran. Israeli leaders have long hinted at a military option, but they always seemed mindful of the practical difficulties, the likelihood of a furious counterstrike and the risk of regional mayhem.

The developments unfolded as the International Atomic Energy Agency is due to focus on the Iranian program at a meeting later this month. The West wants to set a deadline for Iran to start cooperating with an agency probe of suspicions that Tehran is secretly experimenting with components of a weapons program.

Israeli leaders have said they favor a diplomatic solution, but recent days have seen a spate of Israeli media reports on a possible strike, accompanied by veiled threats from top politicians.

In a speech to parliament this week, Netanyahu said a nuclear-armed Iran would pose a "dire threat" to the world and "a grave, direct threat on us, too."

His hawkish foreign minister, Avigdor Lieberman, was dismissive of the reports but added: "We are keeping all the options on the table."

The government official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was discussing sensitive internal deliberations, told The Associated Press that the option is now being debated at the highest levels.

The official confirmed a report Wednesday in the Haaretz daily that Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak both favor an attack, but do not yet have the support of a majority of Cabinet ministers. The official also said Israel's top security chiefs, including the heads of the military and Mossad spy agency, oppose military action.

It is generally understood that such a momentous decision would require a Cabinet decision. Israel's 1981 destruction of Iraq's nuclear reactor was preceded by a Cabinet vote.

Netanyahu spokesman Mark Regev refused to comment on the issue but did say there is a "decision-making process which has stood the test of time. ... There have been precedents, and the process works."
With most of its population concentrated in a narrow corridor of land along the Mediterranean, Israel's homefront could be vulnerable to a counterattack.

Iran's military chief, Gen. Hasan Firouzabadi, said his country takes Israeli threats seriously and vowed fierce retaliation.

"We are fully prepared to use our proper equipment to punish any mistake so that it will cause a shock," he said in comments posted on the website of the Guard, Iran's most powerful military force.

Reflecting the mood in Israel, military expert Reuven Pedatzur wrote in Haaretz that "if anyone can save Israel from catastrophe, it is the Israeli air force commander," who might simply tell Netanyahu that an attack on Iran "cannot achieve its goals."

Several months ago, the newly retired head of the Mossad, Meir Dagan, caused a stir by warning publicly against attacking Iran, saying a strike would be "stupid" and would risk unleashing a region-wide war.

Israel considers Iran to be its greatest threat, citing Tehran's nuclear program, its president's repeated calls for destroying the Jewish state and Iran's support for the Hamas and Hezbollah militant groups. For years, Israeli leaders have implored the world community to impose tough economic sanctions to pressure the Iranians to dismantle their nuclear installations.

The key element now is time. Israeli estimates of when Iran might be able to produce a nuclear weapon have been fluid, with Dagan giving a 2015 date when he left office. But some reports have suggested officials consider the coming months critical.

The successful test Wednesday of an advanced long-range Israeli missile, along with word of a recent air force exercise, seemed to fit into that scenario.

Barak hailed the launch as "an impressive technological achievement and an important step in Israel's rocket and space progress."

An Israeli defense official, speaking on condition of anonymity under government policy, said the military tested a "rocket propulsion system" in a launch from the Palmachim base near Tel Aviv.

Further information about the test was censored by the military. Foreign reports, however, said the military test-fired a long-range Jericho missile — capable of carrying a nuclear warhead and striking Iran.

Also Wednesday, military officials confirmed that the air force conducted a drill last week with Italian warplanes in Sardinia. Israeli warplanes were joined by supply and logistics aircraft.

There were no details on the purpose of the drill. Israeli TV stations ran an interview with one of the pilots who participated, identified only as Lt. Col. Yiftah, who said it allowed the air force to simulate longer-distance missions.

"The advantage here," he said, "is that we can fly in a very large area, much larger than we can in Israel." He said there were "complicated flights with many planes."

A military strike would hardly be unprecedented. Besides the 1981 strike, Israeli warplanes destroyed a site in Syria in 2007 that the U.N. nuclear watchdog deemed a secretly built nuclear reactor.

But attacking Iran would be a much more difficult task. It is a more distant target, and Israeli warplanes would probably have to go over hostile airspace in Syria, Iraq or Saudi Arabia to reach it. Turkey could be an alternative — but its relations with Israel are fraught.

Iran's nuclear facilities also are believed to be spread out across many sites, buried deep underground.

The Iranian military is far more powerful than those of Syria or Iraq, equipped with sophisticated anti-aircraft defense systems as well as powerful medium-range missiles capable of striking anywhere in Israel.

An Israeli attack would also likely spark retaliation from local Iranian proxies, the Hamas militant group in the Gaza Strip to Israel's south and Hezbollah guerrillas in Lebanon along Israel's northern border. And it would reorder priorities in a region now consumed by the Arab Spring and the Palestinian issue.

Some have speculated that the United States — or even Britain — might be better poised to carry out a strike.

Iran denies it aims to produce a bomb, saying its nuclear program is meant only for energy. It has blamed Israel for disruptions in its nuclear program, including the mysterious deaths of Iranian nuclear scientists and a computer virus that wiped out some of Iran's nuclear centrifuges, a key component in nuclear fuel production.

Western powers, like Israel, do not believe Tehran and already have imposed four rounds of sanctions on the Iranian government in an effort to make it put its program, which can make both nuclear fuel or fissile warhead material, under international supervision.

Israel would like to see the United States and other powers "pressure Iran more seriously ... first with more sanctions, and if they don't work, to go to war with Iran," said Eldad Pardo, an Iran expert at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
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Associated Press writers Amy Teibel and Ian Deitch contributed to this report.


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US fears uncoordinated Israeli strike on Iran


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"Washington concerned Israel will mount military operation against Islamic Republic, State Department official says. US consequently putting greater pressure on Security Council to impose harsher sanctions on Iran"

Agencies
11/03/2011 
  
Fearing an uncoordinated Israeli attack against Iran, the United States is working on several levels to pressure the UN's Security Council into imposing harsher sanctions on Iran, Yedioth Ahronoth reported Monday. 
Iranian stratigic missile
A senior US State Department official said there was growing concern among Obama administration officials ahead of an IAEA report set to be published in November indicating considerable progress in Tehran's development of its military nuclear program.
  
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The US is concerned that the report may trigger Israeli actions against the Islamic Republic which may not necessarily be in line with US interests in the region.

The official said that Washington's reevaluation of an Israeli strike in Iran is based on various maneuvers Israel has performed in the past few years.

    The US administration is now bent on exercising more pressure on Tehran in order to dissuade Israel from this path, the source said.

    Washington is therefore pressing China and Russia who are currently opposed to the publication of the IAEA report. The report may cause embarrassment to both countries who are strongly against harsher sanctions on Iran.

    According to the US official, it is possible that the report, coupled with the exposure of the US evaluation of Israeli potential to strike Iran, will encourage Russia and China to support the US initiative to aggravate penal measures against Tehran.

Madmen Barak and Netanyahu may just start WWIII
Pressing UN

US concern over an Israeli move is so great, the official said, that Washington is working on several levels to pressure the Security Council.

This includes appealing to the Security Council to condemn Iran for its attempt to assassinate the Saudi ambassador to Washington.



    Last week, it was reported that many Israelis are concerned that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak decided on an attack on Iran's nuclear reactors. The US is naturally also concerned over such plans which may send the entire region into a whirlwind.

    On Saturday, the New York Times reported that the United States plans to bolster its military presence in the Gulf after the withdrawal of its troops from Iraq.

    Citing unnamed officials and diplomats, the newspaper said the repositioning could include new combat forces in Kuwait able to respond to a collapse of security in Iraq or a military confrontation with Iran.

Orly Azoulay and AFP contributed to this report.

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Tibetan nun dies in self-immolation in China


Not much good can be said about country that is world leader in executions; sends family of deceased bill for bullets; has mobile lab standing by to remove organs for sale on black market

Agence France-Presse
11/03/2011

A Tibetan nun died after setting herself on fire in southwest China on Thursday, the official Xinhua news agency said, in the 11th such incident involving Buddhist monks and nuns in the restive region.

   The International Campaign for Tibet confirmed the death of the nun, named Qiu Xiang and aged about 35, saying she called for religious freedom and the return of the Dalai Lama, the Tibetan spiritual leader, as she set herself on fire.

    London-based rights group Free Tibet also confirmed the latest incident when contacted by AFP.

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Xinhua said Qiu set herself alight around 1pm (0500 GMT) in Dawu county, part of Ganzi prefecture in China’s Sichuan province, and that local authorities had launched an investigation into the nun’s death.

Local police declined to comment when contacted by AFP.

    Eight Tibetan Buddhist monks and two nuns have now set themselves alight in Tibetan-inhabited regions of Sichuan since the self-immolation of a young monk at the Kirti monastery in Aba county in March sparked major protests that led to a government clampdown.

    At least five monks and two nuns have died in the self-immolations, rights groups have said.

    “We heard she called for religious freedom and the return of the Dalai Lama to Tibet,” International 

    Campaign for Tibet spokeswoman Kate Saunders said, citing sources in the region.

   Tibetans in Ganzi prefecture are “known to be strong in their religious beliefs” and the region “has been very restive for some time, particularly since July”, Saunders added.

    Many Tibetans in China are angry about what they see as growing domination by the country’s majority Han ethnic group.

    Most of the suicide attempts have taken place around the Kirti monastery, which is also in Sichuan, and which has become a flashpoint for the mounting anger at the erosion of Tibetan culture.

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All but two of the incidents occurred in Aba after Chinese authorities in late August jailed three monks for prison terms ranging from 11 to 13 years for their alleged involvement in the March death in Kirti.

Monks in Aba prefecture — which borders Ganzi — told AFP last month that the wave of self-immolations are linked to Beijing’s refusal to engage with the Dalai Lama and allow the spiritual leader to return to his Tibetan homeland.

   The Dalai Lama, who fled Tibet following a failed uprising against Chinese rule in 1959, founded a government in exile in the northern Indian town of Dharamshala after being offered refuge there.

    He remains revered in China’s Tibetan areas but is vilified as a “separatist” by China’s communist authorities.

    The Dalai Lama has long denied he is seeking an independent Tibet, but only desires greater autonomy for his homeland under Chinese rule.

 

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Traitor, Trojan Horse Greek PM Papandreou unmaskes self, scraps referendum plan


Scumbag liar Papandreou never intended to go forward with referendum; will ensure survival of EU seeking one world government;  mass riots probable in Greece; little Mussolini Sarkozy, Merkel, Obama threaten Greek sovereignty

Al Jazeera
11/03/2011

The Greek prime minister has announced he will drop the idea of a referendum on a vital bailout package and hold talks with the opposition to resolve the country's political and economic crisis.

    In a speech to his cabinet on Thursday, George Papandreou said he would assign the task of discussions with the opposition to two senior party members and praised their support of the bailout deal.

Merkel and Sarkozy threaten traitor Papandreou - he caves
If the opposition agreed to back the deal in parliament no referendum would have to be held, he said.

"I will be glad even if we don't go to a referendum, which was never a purpose in itself. I'm glad that all this discussionhas at least brought a lot of people back to their senses," he said in the text of his speech released to media.

    "I will talk to [opposition leader Antonis] Samaras so that we examine the next steps on the basis of a wider consensus."

    He reiterated that Greece's eurozone membership was not in question and that heading to elections immediately would entail a big risk of the country going bankrupt.

    Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull reporting from Athens said: "Talks will begin with the opposition and if a concensus is reached then there is no need for a referendum".

    "Addressing the parliament, Papendreaou thanked the opposition for their change of heart towards the bailout, which is astonishing as people in Greece would say that Papandreou is mad as it was him  who suggested the idea of a referendum in the first place."

    The opposition New Democracy Party had earlier in the day called for a transitional government to lead the country until it secures a vital aid payment from foreign lenders, with a view to new elections after the funds are received.

Sarkozy and Merkel laugh asses off after fucking Papendreaou
Papandreou was told by European leaders on the sidelines of the G20 summit in France that his country had to choose whether it wants to stay in the eurozone or miss the bailout.


    He faces a confidence vote on Friday. A series of defections cast doubts on whether he will keep his job.

No resignation
      
    In the run-up to the emergency cabinet meeting, Papandreou told the Greek state TV he was not resigning.

    The Reuters news agency quoted a source in his office as saying "there is no resignation by the prime minister ... There is no resignation by the cabinet".

    Papandreou caused fears and panic on financial markets by announcing on Monday that Greece would hold a referendum, tentantively on December 4, on a second bailout plan negotiated with eurozone leaders last week.

    "It's not the moment to give you the exact wording, but the essence is that this is not a question only of a programme, this is a question of whether we want to remain in the eurozone," Papandreou said.

Traitors Papandreou and Greek Parliament can expect more of this
Opinion polls suggest a majority of Greeks, worried about austerity measures, think the bailout package is a bad deal for Greece, but Papandreou said he expected more support from the population than he could garner in parliament.

    "I believe the Greek people are wise and capable of making the right decision for the benefit of our country," he said.

    German and French leaders told Papandreou at a news conference in Cannes on Wednesday that saving the euro was ultimately more important to them than rescuing Greece.

   Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, said the stabilisation of the euro could be better achieved "with Greece than without Greece", but added that stabilising the currency was more important.
 
And this.  Betrayed Greeks will explode with anger.
"Our Greek friends must decide whether they want to continue the journey with us," Nicolas Sarkozy, who said last week that it was a "mistake" to allow Greece into the eurozone, told the news conference in Cannes.

  
   Sarkozy and Merkel said eurozone finance ministers would meet next Monday to expedite decisions on leveraging the eurozone's rescue fund to build a firewall to protect other weaker members of the currency area.

    Jean Leonetti, France's European affairs minister, said there was no question of the eurozone renegotiating Greece's bailout package. 

    Papandreou told reporters in Cannes his referendum would in effect be a vote on whether Greece should remain in the euro.

   But the European Commission said if Greece left the European single currency, it would have to leave the European Union as well.


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