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One of the agents, who under the supervision of the Dutch intelligence agency AIVD managed to infiltrate into the Iranian industry, has recently been recalled, because in the U.S. the decision has been taken to attack Iran within a few weeks with unmanned aircraft.
Originally posted by drevill
how/why would any intelligence service let this be known and give weeks notice??????
Originally posted by Interestinggg
Tehran is suspected of being an atomic bomb
Originally posted by cosmicpixie
reply to post by drevill
I was wondering the exact same thing. The article quotes no reliable sources, why should it be taken seriously ?
One noteworthy additional footnote: the story was published under the joint byline of two reporters, Joost de Haas and Bart Mos, who exposed corruption within the AIVD in 2006, and were first wiretapped and then jailed for their efforts. All of this adds to the seriousness of the report. But in the world of cloaks and daggers, it also raises the possibility that they are now being fed false information to damage their reputations...
Originally posted by Hot_Wings
The American dollar will fall until it is shown that we kick their butts efficiently and quickly, then it will most likely rise to a higher level then it was when it fell (but this won’t happen in this case).
“Due to American sanctions, we can’t apply American technology or equipment,” Shell Chief Executive Jeroen van der Veer said at a May 20 shareholders meeting. “We will need longer for the preparation of the project.”
In August 1941, because of refusing to expel the German nationals, Britain and the USSR invaded Iran, arrested Reza Shah and sent him into exile, and took control of Iran's communications and coveted railroad. In 1942 the United States, an ally of Britain and the USSR during the war, sent a military force to Iran to help maintain and operate sections of the railroad. The British and Soviet authorities allowed Reza Shah's