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    Saturday, November 22, 2008

    Iran's Nuke


    Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and missile

    Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and missile

    When Barack Obama is sworn in as US president on Jan. 21, 2009, Iran will have enough fuel for one A-bomb. The next Israeli prime minister after the Feb. 2009 poll will see Tehran doubling this capability. A third bomb may be in the nuclear pipeline by the end of the year. An underground test to flaunt Shiite Iran’s accession to the nuclear club is not ruled out.

    For years, world leaders vowed to keep nuclear weapons out of Iranian hands. Yet no one did what was necessary and the outgoing US and Israeli administrations are bequeathing the world a nuclear-armed Iran. How did this happen?

    Read DEBKAfile’s Exclusive Analysis below. 
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    Paradigm Intel suggests as soon as Iran has enouh material for two bombs, they will make two and denoate one underground.

    Proving they are a nuclear power and saber rattle with the other bomb.

    Paradigm Intel alao suggests if they can find a place and time to use the nuke in a argamenon, end of world scenario,

    to bring on the 13th Imam Iran will push the button, ie Israel.

    This will be a time for great  courage.



    Iranian general leads Hizballah war exercise integrated with Tehran, Damascus

    DEBKAfile Exclusive Report

    November 23, 2008, 11:43 AM (GMT+02:00)

    Iran's al Qods chief Qassem Suleimani commands Hizballah war drill in S. Lebanon

    Iran's al Qods chief Qassem Suleimani commands Hizballah war drill in S. Lebanon

    Hizballah’s military maneuver Saturday, Nov. 22, in an area south of the Litani River barred by the UN, gave Iran’s Al Qods chief, Gen. Qassem Suleimani, a chance to personally check on its Lebanese proxy’s ability to draw up battle lines at speed against a potential Israeli tank incursion of the Beqaa Valley. As of Saturday, Iran, Syria and the Lebanese Hizballah are tightly meshed into a combined Tehran-led front against any war contingency, bringing the Iranian peril right up to Israel's back door. Yet Israel’s leaders made only a feeble responseto this development. 






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