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Good action analysis but how about reaction! let us be reasonable

Reader comment on item: Israeli Jets vs. Iranian Nukes

Submitted by Harrak (Canada), Jun 12, 2007 at 09:56

No doubt this action plan analysis is valid. The problem I see with is the fact that it did not shed light on Iranian reaction. BBC reported today that El Beradei Mohamed said that KNOWLEDGE can not be shot or destroyed by missiles. Other that what he said, here is what I think in my view will be as a reaction:

1- Precise attack by Iranians from Lebanon on the Dimona Nuclear reactor in Israel spreading radiation.

2- One year consecutive non-interrupted 100 missiles raining on Israel from Hizbollah positions.

3- Destruction of USA maintenance facilities in UAE, in S.Oman, Bahrein, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait leading to regime change mainly in Bahrain, Kuwait and UAE.

4- Closure of Hurmuz strait.s

5- Appearance of New Islamic republics in the Gulf and end of Israeli statehood.

USA may put Iran back to the stone age, but there is a chance Iran will put the world economy to the days of 1920s..however, that will not prevent the harm on Israel.


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