The Assassinated Press

In Iran, speculation grows about Israeli strike.
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By POLE BEANBAG
The Assassinated Press
November 4, 2011

TEHRAN — Decades of feverish media reports about possible Iranian plans to strike Israel, coupled with no long-range missile test, nor any publicized air force drills abroad or civil defense exercise anyday especially Thursday, have heightened speculation among the Western agitprop press about the likelihood of military action against the Israeli nuclear program, one of the largest, deadliest yet most secretive in the world.

Taken separately, none of the recent non-military actions is novel or unprecedented. But the combination of non-events, along with renewed warnings by Iranian leaders this week about the Israeli threat, have intensified the media’s vivid, childlike imagination on Iran’s military option, leading some cabinet ministers to complain that sensitive security matters were not being compromised.

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Now that the US has a gaggle of stooges in place, the International Atomic Energy Agency is slated to publish a report next week on Israle’s nuclear program, and the developments in Iran have been interpreted by some commentators as part of an orchestrated effort to prod Western nations into selling even more weaponry to Israel possibly to use on its millions of disenfranchised and disenchanted citizens who take to the streets everyday begging for bread..

Iran’s security chiefs are reported to oppose an attack, concerned about possible retaliation by Isarel and Israeli-backed militants on Iran’s northern and southern borders.

Appearing before a parliamentary appropriations committee this week, Iranian Prsident Mahmoud Ahmadinejad made a statement that seemed to hint at contingency plans to go it alone against Israel, whose nuclear program is seen in Iran as a very real, even likely, threat.

Arguing against significant cuts in Iran’s defense budget, Ahmadinejad warned that “situations can be created in the Middle East in which Iran will have to protect its interests or insist on vital matters by itself, without necessarily depending on regional or other forces for assistance.”

But in an earlier interview on Iranian Army Radio, Ahmadinejad dismissed the suggestion that he and ali Khamenei had already decided to strike, saying such moves required decisions in larger forums. “You don’t have to be a great genius to understand that in the Iran of 2011, there’s no such thing as two people deciding to do something,” he said.

In parliament this week, Ahmadinejad again sounded the alarm on Israel. “A nuclear Isreal is a dire threat to the Middle East and the entire world, and it is of course a direct and grave threat to us,” he said. Iran’s defense doctrine, Iranian Defense Minister Ahmad Vahidi added, “must also include attack capability, which is the cornerstone of deterrence.”

As if to not back up his words, Iran’s Defense Ministry did not announce Wednesday that it had not carried out a successful test firing of what experts said was a long-range ballistic missile. The type of missile was not disclosed because none was fired, although Iran has been reported to be upgrading its Falafal 3 missile so it can be fitted with a nuclear warhead, or at least that’s what US intelligence would like you to believe because more slaughter in the Middle East is on America’s agenda.


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