Posts Tagged ‘ Iran ’

BRIEF RESPITE – BUT NOT QUIET – FROM THE NORTH

October 27, 2016
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BRIEF RESPITE –  BUT NOT QUIET – FROM THE NORTH

So who is Israel’s current defender in this time of chaos? The USA under Obama/Clinton/Kerry?   NOT.  For a while and until calm is restored (if ever and under whose rule?),  it seems to be Putin who is the protecting puppet master.  Are his plans ultimately for the good and safety of Israel? Of...

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Growing Evidence Supports Syrian Rebels Launched Chemical Attack

August 28, 2013
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Growing Evidence Supports Syrian Rebels Launched Chemical Attack

UPDATED:  The Other Side: Assad Set-up so that Obama would have a Reason to Bomb Syria? There is as yet independently unsubstantiated evidence for the involvement of the Jabhat al-Nusrah al-Qaeda offshoot in the chemical weapons attack in Syria, at least as much or more evidence than there is for the Syrian army involvement.  I would...

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Ignorance is No Excuse #6

March 5, 2012
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Is Israel a Warmonger? How can anyone seriously ask that question? Why on earth would anyone whose home is essentially on the front lines want to start a war?  Consider: The talking heads dramatically proclaim: “Israeli will not inform the US of an impending strike on Iran.”  Oh, those bad Israelis. Never mind that...

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Are Iranian Attacks on Israeli Embassies Meant to Ignite a War?

February 14, 2012
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Car Bombed in Delhi Attack

Iran Attacks Israel Abroad First, on Monday a magnetic explosive device was planted on the car carrying the wife of an Israeli diplomat in Delhi.  She was injured and is still hospitalized in Dehli.  Shortly afterward, there was an attempt injure a local Embassy employee on his way to work in Tsibili, Georgia.  So...

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Iran: Smoke, No Fire

January 5, 2012
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Under cover of all the smoke billowing from the much-heralded but not exactly ‘long-range’ missiles in the Strait of Hormuz, what’s going on? The newspapers are filled with pronouncements by high-up and sometimes rival Iranian officials.  Their message, a savage, world-shaking threat:  No more sanctions, no interference in Iran, Syria or their other international...

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Proliferation in the Age of Technology

December 9, 2011
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Greed for Power and/or Money has created an entire world armed to the teeth with weapons of mass destruction and moreover even deadlier technology! A recent and potentially critical example of the proliferation of not only the usual WMD’s (nuclear weapon technology and components, chemical and biological weapons) but of today’s cutting edge cyber...

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Why Worry? The Saga of the Iranian Nuclear Bomb

November 8, 2011
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Why Worry? The Saga of the Iranian Nuclear Bomb

So will Israel strike Iran’s nuclear facilities, or won’t she? Eight years is a long time to play ‘she loves me, she loves me not ‘ and the daisy’s petals have long since fallen, crumbled and gone.  However, the leaders of the free world are still passing around the daisy and pretending to see...

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Middle East Crisis Continues Apace

September 27, 2011
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PA Arabs throw rocks in Hebron

Meantime, the crisis in the Middle East continues, though at a slightly lower threat since Turkey’s Erdogan has been temporarily bought off: TURKEY Turkish PM Erdogan didn’t start WWWIII in the Middle East by attacking Greece, Israel, NATO and US. In fact, after a nice closed-door meeting with US President Obama, he turned into...

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The Erratic Winds of War

September 13, 2011
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The Storm Clouds Darken and the Winds are Blowing And so in the Middle East the winds of war continue to blow, like wild cyclones colliding, moving in every direction. Just because the last ‘on-the-hour’ 5-minute newscast only mentioned one country being torn apart by the bloody storm doesn’t mean that the others are...

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Mediterranean Sea: New Battleground?

September 4, 2011
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Israel Defense Force Navy Ship

Turkey, Iran challenge Israeli Mediterranean Predominance Following the terrorist attack in mid-August across the Israeli / Egyptian border at Sinai, the Israeli Navy announced that it would maintain a presence in the Red Sea near the border area in order to provide support and protection to Israel civilians in Eilat and along the border.  Within...

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ISRAEL IN SIGHT