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Senior Israeli official: If nuclear talks fail, Bush will order attack between November and January
20 July: This assessment was reported by Israeli national radio Saturday overnight quoting a high-placed “security-political” source.

The source predicted that President George W. Bush would order Iran attacked between the November 4 presidential election and his exit from the White House in January.

The quote was aired shortly after the six-power talks with Iran in Geneva – with US official participation for the first time – ended inconclusively, and just before Israel chief of staff Lt. Gen. Gabi Ashkenazi set out for Washington, to spend a week there as guest of Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

DEBKAfile’s political sources describe the Israeli disclosure as a step aimed at slowing down the collapse of Israel’s stated policy of relying on international diplomatic pressure to thwart Iran’s acquisition of nuclear arms. As a high-risk step to derail the accommodations Washington and Tehran are on the way to reaching in their secret talks on a wide range of issues. Israel fears being abandoned and left out in the cold on all its fronts against Iran by these accommodations

By TUTUTKAMEN: posted on 26-7-2008

Its a confusing issue over attacking Iran.

With the military so stretched people have been saying it would be difficult to go to war, and that the troops are exposed to attack by Iran and its proxies.

We have heard these reports of impending attack for the last 2 years, I really wonder if the US will really go through with it, or Israel will be forced to go it alone.

If Israel do this, then the instant the planes leave the ground and are detected Hezbollah, Hamas, and others will attack, so not only will Israel have to fight Iran, but also will be under siege in their own country.

Its a difficult situation.
By netchicken: posted on 27-7-2008

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