INDEX - MILITARY
www.islandbreath.org ID# 0817-24
SUBJECT: WAR WITH IRAN
SOURCE: LISA LONG firstname.lastname@example.org
POSTED: 26 AUGUST 2008 - 7:30am EST
Plan to Bomb Iran and Suspend Election
video above: www.YouTube.com details about a conversation with Congressman in Massachussetts
According to Bob Feuer, Democratic Congressman John Olver (MA) expressed fear that going after Bush and Cheney on impeachment will trigger War with Iran and State of Emergency that will lead to a suspension of 2008 election. Feuer is a Democrat challenging Olver for his seat. None the less, an interesting video.
SUBJECT: WAR WITH IRAN
SOURCE: JUAN WILSON email@example.com
POSTED: 14 JULY 2008 - 7:30am EST
Bush OK's Israeli plan for strike on Iran
image above: American designed F-16 Israeli Air Force fighter
13 July 2008 in The Huffngton Post
Last month Seymour Hersh of the New Yorker reported that the Bush Administration has stepped up covert operations inside Iran. Now the Times of London, citing information from a senior Pentagon official, says that Bush backs an Israeli plan for a strike on that country's nuclear facilities:
President George W Bush has told the Israeli government that he may be prepared to approve a future military strike on Iranian nuclear facilities if negotiations with Tehran break down, according to a senior Pentagon official.
Despite the opposition of his own generals and widespread scepticism that America is ready to risk the military, political and economic consequences of an airborne strike on Iran, the president has given an "amber light" to an Israeli plan to attack Iran's main nuclear sites with long-range bombing sorties, the official told The Sunday Times.
"Amber means get on with your preparations, stand by for immediate attack and tell us when you're ready," the official said. But the Israelis have also been told that they can expect no help from American forces and will not be able to use US military bases in Iraq for logistical support.
Nor is it certain that Bush's amber light would ever turn to green without irrefutable evidence of lethal Iranian hostility. Tehran's test launches of medium-range ballistic missiles last week were seen in Washington as provocative and poorly judged, but both the Pentagon and the CIA concluded that they did not represent an immediate threat of attack against Israeli or US targets.
"It's really all down to the Israelis," the Pentagon official added. "This administration will not attack Iran. This has already been decided. But the president is really preoccupied with the nuclear threat against Israel and I know he doesn't believe that anything but force will deter Iran."
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