IF THE UNITED STATES DOESN'T ACT . . . THEN ISRAEL WILL.
Israel is so small that one nuclear bomb could destroy the modern Jewish state. The current government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sees Iran's nuclear program as leaving Israel poised on the edge of an abyss, and once Iran gets the atom bomb, war is inevitable. Already, Netanyahu has warned President Barack Obama that Israel may end up with no choice but to launch a pre-emptive attack on Iran. In the first week of June, 2009, Israel conducted its biggest civil defense drill ever, in an attempt to ensure the safety of its citizens in the case of attack, a possible signal that Israel is considering what is called the "Samson option": an Israeli first-strike attack on Iranian nuclear facilities.
President Obama seems determined to pursue direct negotiation with Iran, but Moslem jihadists interpret compromise as weakness. New York Times bestselling author Jerome Corsi chillingly argues that Israel's next war will be with Iran--unless the United States takes a much stronger stance on Iran's nuclear program and pursues a goal of regime change there. This terrifying scenario, he warns, could occur as soon as the end of 2009.
Corsi's assertion is backed up by disturbing first-hand evidence: While writing Why Israel Can't Wait in late May and early June of 2009, Jerome Corsi visited Israel, conducting interviews with top Israeli government and military officials. He also was able to gain access to information in Israel that has not previously been available publicly--information concerning the true nature of Israel's top-level calculations on how to deal with the Obama administration and, if necessary, with Iran. This is cutting-edge news, an in-depth analysis of what is happening now in Israel, and why Americans cannot afford to leave the clock ticking.
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1 . Very informative
Posted October 22, 2009 by Adam W. , Copenhagen, DenmarkWell written and quite important.
August 18, 2009
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