by Caroline Glick
Over the past few weeks evidence has piled up that
What is most notable about this IAEA finding is that it comes in a report that does everything possible to cover up
Two weeks before the IAEA released its report, the US State Department published its assessment that
For all its failures, the latest IAEA report puts the lie to this State Department assessment.
Moreover, as a recent study by Israeli missile expert Uzi Rubin shows,
Furthermore, Teheran's successful upgrade of its ballistic missiles to satellite launchers has given it the capacity to launch nuclear weapons into the atmosphere. This renders
THESE LATEST disclosures should focus the attention of
The answer to this question is the same as it has been for the past six years, since the scale of Teheran's nuclear program was first revealed.
The necessity for
But right on schedule, as the representatives of these countries sat down with one another, the Iranians told the media they are interested in negotiating. Suddenly, after stonewalling for more than a year, Teheran is willing to think about telling us the terms under which it will discuss the West's offer to provide the mullahs with all manner of rewards in exchange for an Iranian agreement to suspend the expansion of its of uranium enrichment, (which, as the IAEA report notes, is already great enough to produce two nuclear bombs by February).
Taking their cue from the mullahs, the Russians and the Chinese are now saying that there is no reason to be hasty. Far wiser, in their view, would be a decision to sit down and see what the Iranians would like to do. No doubt, the Russians and Chinese are arguing that it will take some time - perhaps until February - to arrange such a meeting. And then, there is the prospect that such a meeting could end inconclusively but keep the door open for further talks sometime in late-2010 or early 2011. In the meantime, as far as the Russians and the Chinese are concerned, further UN sanctions would be unfair in light of
But then even if the Russians and the Chinese supported stronger sanctions, the measure now being debated will have no impact on either
But while the West has consistently postponed imposing such sanctions, the Islamic republic has taken the prospect seriously. Over the past four years,
Beyond that, as former
Here, too, it should be noted that the entire rationale of the ban on refined oil imports to
Finally, the discussion of sanctions is irrelevant because every move that
ALL IN all, the totality of
And all in all, the totality of the UN-led international community's responses to Teheran's moves make clear that the world will take no effective action to prevent Iran from gaining the capacity to wage nuclear war. The world today will again do nothing to prevent the genocide of Jewry.
And that's the thing of it. So long as the mullahs continue to signal that the Jews are their first target, the world will be content to allow them to build their nuclear weapons and to use them. As US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's contention that the
The question then is whether
Over the past several years, the IAF has demonstrated that it has the power-projection capability to reach
The route to
Finally, consistent polling data shows that the Israeli public understands the need for a strike and would be willing to accept whatever consequences flow in its wake. The public will support a government decision to strike even if the strike is not a one-off like the 1981 IAF strike that destroyed
With each passing day,
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