Monday, December 4, 2006

Nuclear Iran

A story in the Jerusalem post talks about Iran and its ongoing nuclear progam.
Dec. 5, 2006 0:21 | Updated Dec. 5, 2006 0:39
'US won't launch preemptive strike against Teheran'

Predicting Iran will obtain nuclear weapons by the end of the decade, the defense establishment's new and updated assessment for 2007 does not foresee the United States undertaking a preemptive strike on Iran's nuclear installations, The Jerusalem Post has learned.

The chances of an American strike are deemed "low," according to assessments by the security establishment. Israel also believes that international diplomatic efforts to stop Iran will fail, security sources said.

In an interivew with the Post in late September, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said US President George W. Bush would prevent the Iranians from obtaining a nuclear bomb.

Asked whether he felt Bush would one way or the other stop Iran going nuclear, Olmert responded: "I believe so." (link)
With the way the year's going for the President and the U.S., our last best hope may be that the Israelis get a strong leader and pre-empt the Iranian threat. I can't see the U.S. (in democratic hands) lifting a finger to stop the persians in their plans to wipe out Israel or to dominate the ME. When Iran eats enough of our carrots, they will finish what Hitler started and then the Islamic movement will wash over Europe.

I hope that before that time, someone in the world (in a leadership position) realizes what is happening with enough time left to halt it.

If Sharia ever comes to the U.S. it will be time for the 'fat lady' to sing her last song.
Reason amongst the dhimmikrauts

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