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Israeli leadership wants a war with Iran

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posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 01:32 PM
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This comes from the BBC today:






The former head of Israel's domestic intelligence agency has accused the country's leadership of "misleading" the public on the merits of a possible military strike on Iran.

Yuval Diskin said an attack might speed up any attempt by Iran to obtain a nuclear bomb.

The comment follows remarks by other leading figures contradicting the prime minister and defence chief's views on the subject.

Iran denies it is seeking nuclear arms.



www.bbc.co.uk...

I am still 'on the fence' with this one. I had thought that Israel would have attacked Iran by now, but it seems they are biding their time for longer than anticipated?




posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 01:43 PM
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The 'leadership' assumed it could fool America into attacking Iran for them. They never intended on doing anything themselves. They know Iran would destroy them one on one.

We can only hope that the 'new Israeli's' can take power over there. The Israeli 'leadership' cant even fool its own people let alone the rest of us.



posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 01:47 PM
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I think Israeli officials are bluffing on attacking. I don't believe they'll strike first and be made out as the "bad guy," ya know what I mean? Not that I'm claiming they'd need support, but acting as the aggressor would certainly put them in a bad light internationally. The political conditions aren't ripe yet.
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posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 03:09 PM
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Thid whole usa-isrel-iran thing is getting boring.
Israel won't attack iran cuz they will have to nuke them, if they
Do so either russia or china will turn israel into a nuclear waste dump
Even before theirs hit target.

They aren't stupid and need help from america
Ooh and they are going to strike Iran just not now
As election is going on.
Once election is done threats from either side will escalate soon
Just not now

Buncha cochroaches (all of em, usa israel and iran)



posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 03:15 PM
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It got boring years ago


Like I said, if Israel's the aggressor, bad news for Israel. However, if it's the U.S., it's just international business as usual, unfortunately.

I do sure hope you mean our officials are cockroaches, and not us citizens... which in that case, I'd agree



posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 03:49 PM
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The tragic history of the Islamic regime in Tehran has been written with the blood of many thousands of Jews—not to mention Americans.

From the very beginning of the Islamic revolution in 1979, Iran has seized embassies, held hostages, assassinated diplomats, targeted civilians, hijacked planes and ships, stoned women and used children as human shields on the battlefield. Its leaders openly deny the Holocaust, blame the U.S. government for 9/11 and fantasize about the soon-coming destruction of Israel.

Iran is also the number one state sponsor of terrorism. Its proxies have murdered and maimed U.S. soldiers on battlefields in Lebanon, Iraq, Afghanistan—and who knows where else.

For 10 years, the international community, led by the United States, has tried diplomacy. For the past six years, the West has applied sanctions, only to have them undermined by nations like Russia, China and Japan.

Israel may try to go it alone for a little while. If Israel does strike Iran, however, we can be certain that it will not be successful in eliminating the Iranian threat. Whether it takes action or not, we can expect Iran to only grow more belligerent and pushier—effectively bringing on a more severe crisis down the road. An Israeli strike may buy the Jews some time—or it may hasten the Islamist push for Jerusalem.

Ultimately, Bible prophecy reveals, Israel will seek outside help to counter its radical Islamic enemies. But it won’t look to the U.S. Numerous prophecies point to the Jewish nation going to the Assyrians for protection in the end time. Hosea, for example, talks of Judah sending to King Jareb of Assyria for help (Hosea 5:13). Ezekiel prophesies of Jerusalem doting on the Assyrians as “lovers” (Ezekiel 23).

The evident divide between the leaders of America and Israel, as demonstrated in their respective aipac speeches in March of this year,
www.guardian.co.uk...
further sets the scene for the Jews to look elsewhere for support. For some time, Germany has been growing more active in the region, and relations between the two countries have been improving. We can expect Israel to move further in this direction as it becomes more desperate and its relations with America continue to fray.

Standing up to Iran now and going it alone will not solve their problems. Even if Washington supported them, their problems would not be resolved. And ultimately, going to Germany for help will backfire in a spectacular way.



posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 03:53 PM
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The EXTINCTION of BOTH of those countries and their savage blood-thirsty religious fanatics would do great wonders towards world peace. In their ABSENCE, a much better planet this would be to live upon.
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posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 04:53 PM
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Originally posted by HangTheTraitors
The EXTINCTION of BOTH of those countries and their savage blood-thirsty religious fanatics would do great wonders towards world peace. In their ABSENCE, a much better planet this would be to live upon.
edit on 28-4-2012 by HangTheTraitors because: (no reason given)


Thats a horrible thing to say. Even on a forum. You dont believe that.

You really want to see millions of Persians and Israelis dead?

You need to seperate the state from the people.



posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 06:07 PM
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I have lots of american friends and they are nothing like the
Azzes that are involved with the government(s)

So no, not the citizens



posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 06:14 PM
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I'm sure he means the governments of the three, that's pretty much my feelings...Oh, and add England to that list.



posted on May, 2 2012 @ 12:50 AM
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Originally posted by Willease
The tragic history of the Islamic regime in Tehran has been written with the blood of many thousands of Jews—not to mention Americans.

From the very beginning of the Islamic revolution in 1979, Iran has seized embassies, held hostages, assassinated diplomats, targeted civilians, hijacked planes and ships, stoned women and used children as human shields on the battlefield. Its leaders openly deny the Holocaust, blame the U.S. government for 9/11 and fantasize about the soon-coming destruction of Israel.

Iran is also the number one state sponsor of terrorism. Its proxies have murdered and maimed U.S. soldiers on battlefields in Lebanon, Iraq, Afghanistan—and who knows where else.

For 10 years, the international community, led by the United States, has tried diplomacy. For the past six years, the West has applied sanctions, only to have them undermined by nations like Russia, China and Japan.

Israel may try to go it alone for a little while. If Israel does strike Iran, however, we can be certain that it will not be successful in eliminating the Iranian threat. Whether it takes action or not, we can expect Iran to only grow more belligerent and pushier—effectively bringing on a more severe crisis down the road. An Israeli strike may buy the Jews some time—or it may hasten the Islamist push for Jerusalem.

Ultimately, Bible prophecy reveals, Israel will seek outside help to counter its radical Islamic enemies. But it won’t look to the U.S. Numerous prophecies point to the Jewish nation going to the Assyrians for protection in the end time. Hosea, for example, talks of Judah sending to King Jareb of Assyria for help (Hosea 5:13). Ezekiel prophesies of Jerusalem doting on the Assyrians as “lovers” (Ezekiel 23).

The evident divide between the leaders of America and Israel, as demonstrated in their respective aipac speeches in March of this year,
www.guardian.co.uk...
further sets the scene for the Jews to look elsewhere for support. For some time, Germany has been growing more active in the region, and relations between the two countries have been improving. We can expect Israel to move further in this direction as it becomes more desperate and its relations with America continue to fray.

Standing up to Iran now and going it alone will not solve their problems. Even if Washington supported them, their problems would not be resolved. And ultimately, going to Germany for help will backfire in a spectacular way.







LOL

Israel exists as it is with it's bullying power and 200+ nukes because of the military aid the USA spews in each year.

Obama is a puppet, this whole 'against Israel' is a charade, TPTB are moving towards Ekekiel 38-39, and the charade is that Israel is isolated and needs to act in 'self defense' against Iran 'before it's too late!'

Iran knows the game being played, this is why there is going to be some form of 'Iranian act of aggression' AKA a false flag. In reality, Iran does not want war with Israel as they know full well that means an invasion from America.

Of course, it all boils down to oil- Iran has been a right pain in the ass for the West for almost 100 years! Numerous coups, revolutions, insigated wars and sick economic sanctions haven't succeeded thus far- Iranian oil and resources have remained out of the elite's hands, but Iran now stands alone in the region, with the wolves getting ready for the kill!

You can't teach an old dog new tricks, which in terms of how the USA implements foreign policy means the generation old deception and propaganda to start a war that does not need to happen.



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