Wednesday, May 04, 2005

1ST STRIKE OPTION ON IRAN'S NUKE SITES GAINING MOMENTUM...

From WND today:
With Tehran announcing it will shortly resume some nuclear activities in spite of ongoing negotiations with European countries, a private report that was issued to Prime Minister Ariel Sharon urging an American or Israeli pre-emptive strike against Iran has been gaining some steam here.

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In response to the growing Iranian threat, a panel of foreign policy and military experts delivered to Sharon last year a series of recommendations entitled "Project Daniel: Israel's Strategic Future," regarding Israeli pre-emptive action.

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Project Daniel recommends that with Tehran now developing the infrastructure that could allow the country to go nuclear, the United States or Israel should strike pre-emptively against Iran's nuclear installations if the diplomatic track fails.

Hogwash... If there were to be a first strike against IRAN, and we missed something, we're screwed. That would unite the "arab street" and WWIII would be underway. No, the best way to take out Iran's nuke capability is via covert action and sabotage. I hope that these efforts are already underway...