Jan10

Will Israel Attack Iran?

As Bush has been in Israel for the past two days for the first time in his entire two terms as president, what could be the ulterior motive for such a visit with the prospects for a U.S. strike on Iran?

President Bush visits Israel this last week in the guise of discussing peace, when in reality he went to discuss military plans with Israeli leaders for a strike against Iran. Today it is reported:

Israel won’t accept nuke weapons in Iran”

By LAURIE COPANS, Associated Press Writer Jan. 14, 2008

JERUSALEM – Prime Minister Ehud Olmert told a powerful parliamentary panel on Monday that Israel rejects “no options” to block Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons, a meeting participant said.

The statement was the Israeli leader’s clearest indication yet that he is willing to use military force against Iran.

“Israel clearly will not reconcile itself to a nuclear Iran,” the meeting participant quoted Olmert as telling the Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee. “All options that prevent Iran from gaining nuclear capabilities are legitimate within the context of how to grapple with this matter.”

This statement comes directly after Bush’s visit to Israel making the connection that Bush is planning with Israel for this upcoming strike. For Israel to strike Iran instead of the U.S., this would be able to be better justified in the eyes of the world as Israel defending itself and its territories instead of the U.S. taking unilateral action.

This upcoming attack will be another brick out of the wall of oppression built by the religious corrupters and detractors as this is the land from out which came the second coming of Christ, Baha’u'llah, and it is those who have corrupted His solutions to the world’s ills who will now have to taste what their Hands have wrought in these days.

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5 Responses to “Will Israel Attack Iran?”

  1. 1 Al C
    3:23 pm on February 26, 2008

    Our world has become a very scary place. There is no doubt that Iran was the topic of discussion with Mr. Bush’s visit to Israel. It involved i am sure many other discussions about assistance or forewarning with the other Arab countries he visited. Some event will occur so as to blame Iran for its cause. The world stands idly by without a whimper at this possibility to attack another country without just cause. Are these world leaders on the same page as Mr. Bush? Where is the outcry from the world body for the unjust treatment of the race of Palestinians by Israelis in Gaza? It is after all judgement day. There is no doubt that we are on a track for more evil deeds. God will get the last say in the end. The reference to the Hands was also connected with the evil consequences in the world today. They strayed from Baha’u'llah’s plan for world unity under the leadership of David’s lineage. These lands are the countries that Baha’u'llah was exiled, lived, and travelled. In His message Baha’u'llah is a uniter and not a divider. Investigate. His message brings peace to the soul, and would bring justice to the world but unfortunately no one is listening. Investigate. Peace to all! Don’t leave this world without it.

  2. 2 Robert
    9:48 pm on May 14, 2008

    There is so much distraction media right now that it is hard to know what is next for the US ans Iran. But I think it would be a big mistake to treat Iran anything like we did Iraq!

    Robert

  3. 3 SEO Guru
    1:20 pm on December 11, 2009

    Whatever the future holds, the goal must be peace and freedom for all. Let us hope this manifests.

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    1:05 pm on September 20, 2010

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  5. 5 Randi Mucher
    10:20 am on July 16, 2011

    I like the first point you made right now there, but I not really know I could reasonably use that in a postive way.

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