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Iran: the Point that was not addressed. More complicated than it looks.

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Submitted by Ynnatchkah (United States), Feb 7, 2008 at 02:49

There is a point that was not addressed. The (http://www.iris.org.il/blog.html) informs about a huge Gaza Breach Allowed Influx of Advanced Armament.

"…Hamas's breach of the security fence along the Egypt-Gaza border has resulted in the smuggling of a large amount of advanced weaponry, including long-range rockets, anti-tank missiles, and anti-aircraft missiles, Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) head Yuval Diskin said in his briefing to ministers during Sunday's cabinet meeting"…

And,

"…In a sobering assessment of the situation, Diskin said that the breach also allowed dozens of operatives from all of the different terror organizations in Syria, Iran, and Egypt to infiltrate into Gaza. He said that these operatives were likely trained in Iran, and crossed the border with the aim of upgrading terror attacks against Israel"…

And,

"…Blogger "Carl in Jerusalem" has documented how this could have been avoided with 3 helicopters. But Olmert denied the IDF request."…

So while the economic spectrum is being heavily addressed, the issue of security on the hands of Egyptians is a joke. Egyptians will bend their heads to Hammass and Hezbollah, that fed by Iran and Syria, will even increase the amount of bombs and guns, and who knows, will not deploy an atomic bomb, right next to Israel.

Who will be vigilant in the frontiers? The UN J.

So, if Mubarak wants rockets falling on Sderot, but knows that Israel will retaliate, then Hamass will take power, assisted by Iran- not intimidated at all.

As it was said at Pat Robertson Program. today:

Iran does not feel intimidated at all with nobody. Iran already understood the weakness and the meaninless of the words of the west. The UN sanctioning Iran, is almost a joke.....

Submitting....

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