Thursday, July 29, 2010


'Iran is ready to rethink its 20% enrichment'

But, Israel would appear to want to hit Iran, no matter what.

On 23 July 2010, World Net Daily reported that, according to "Arab security sources", Mossad boss Meir Dagan recently made a secret visit to Saudi Arabia to discuss Iran. (Arab countries working with Israel on Iranian nuke threat)

In 2009, it was reported that Dagan met Saudi spy chiefs to get assurances that Saudi Arabia would turn a blind eye to Israeli jets using Saudi airspace during any raid on Iran's nuclear plans. (Saudis give nod to Israeli raid on Iran - Times Online)

According to World Net Daily, on 23 July 2010, "In recent weeks, Internet rumors claimed Israel dropped off military equipment in Saudi Arabia.

"Some unsubstantiated reports even claimed Israel was building a secret military base in Saudi Arabia for use in a future conflict with Iran." (Arab countries working with Israel on Iranian nuke threat)

According to the Jordan Times, 26 June 2010, Egypt recently allowed one Israeli and eleven U.S. ships to pass through the Suez Canal on their way to the Red Sea. (Israel's Insane War on Iran Must Be Prevented)

The ships "conducting secret exercises off the shore of south-western Israel."

The exercises included "interception of incoming Iranian, Syrian and Hizbollah missiles and rockets against USA and Israeli targets in the Middle East."

The exercises involved fighter bombers carrying out simulated bombing missions, and Israeli and U.S. fighter jets practicing long-range bombing missions.

A Jerusalem Post article, a week earlier, referred to Israeli military plans for a new assault on Gaza preparatory to a military campaign against Iran's nuclear facilities. (Israel's Insane War on Iran Must Be Prevented)

On 6 July 2010, the UAE Ambassador to the USA supported a military attack on Iran.

According to the Washington Times, Ambassador Yousef al-Otaiba said: "We cannot live with a nuclear Iran."

On 15 July 2010, in TIME magazine, ( l), Joe Klein wrote that " intelligence sources say that the U.S. Army’s Central Command … has made some real progress in planning targeted air strikes – aided, in large part, by the vastly improved human-intelligence operations in the region."

An Attack on Iran: Back on the Table s



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