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CSIS helpin Israel to hit Iran

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posted on Apr, 23 2009 @ 09:35 AM
I have just read the report prepared by the Center for Strategic and International Sutdies (CSIS). and I can not figure out why the hell they made it in the first place? and who is paying for such a report - Israel, US citizens or some international (read all of us) organization?

why the CSIS is in fact (IMO) helping the Israel to hit Iran?

I hope it was not on the ATS yet.

link to the study here:

and some titles of report here:

Iran Nuclear Weapons and Ballistic Missiles Program
• Timeline when Iran produces it’s first Nuclear Weapon
• Options to deal with Iran’s Nuclear Program within the Time Frame

Iran Nuclear Targets
• Mission Planning Payloads
• Israeli Strike Force Required
• Iran Missile Sites

Israeli Air Force: Aircraft Mission Capabilities

Scenario I: Israeli Air Force Strike against Iranian Nuclear Facilities and Ballistic Missile Sites
• Strike Mission Route Profile
• Mission Force Allocation
• Mission Analysis

Scenario II: An Israeli Ballistic Missile Attack against Iranian Nuclear Facilities 72
Iranian Ground and Airborne Defense Means against an Israeli Strike
• Iran Ground Based Air Defense Systems

and some conclusions:

"• A military strike by Israel against Iranian Nuclear Facilities is possible and the optimum route would be along the Syrian-Turkish border then over a small portion of Iraq then into Iran, and back the same route. However, the number of aircraft required, refueling along the way and getting to the targets without being detected or intercepted would be complex and high risk and would lack any assurances that the overall mission will have a high success rate."

ok, and at the end obviously they do add that it would be better not to do so but the whole study is a very helpfull for Israel and in fact it does encourage them to attack IMO.

posted on Apr, 24 2009 @ 10:18 PM
reply to post by czacza1

I see what you mean. The world-government wants to make all of those poor Iranians submit to them & accept the new world order.

posted on Apr, 24 2009 @ 10:33 PM
Interesting study. Statements that demonstrate the anticipated line of approach. Which one never, ever, follows.

Such a study would point to likely scenarios.

The Israelis have never, ever, done what was likely. They have never, ever, followed an anticipated line of approach, with the exception being the debacle in southern Lebanon.

I think if Israel decides to bust a move against Iran, the operational details will once again, stun the world.

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