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Be ready to fight on five fronts before attacking Iran !

Reader comment on item: Israeli Jets vs. Iranian Nukes
in response to reader comment: Expecting the Unexpected

Submitted by Romi (India), Jun 12, 2007 at 18:17

Israel must prepare to fight on five fronts before attacking Iran ,

1) Hizballah

2) Hamas

3) Israeli Arabs

4) Al Qaida

5) Iranian Shihaab Missiles

Because these all will attack Israel at same time and they are preparing for the war from now itself. Don't alert them by discussing the strategy publically. Just prepare and carry out the attacks with lightening speed.

Use Tactical Nukes or Long range missiles if necessary to destroy Iranian Nuclear Enrichment Plants.

Also destroy All Military , strategic and airforce bases of Iran , because they will use all their might against Israel after the invasion.

So plan carefully and secretly along with full coordination with USA , UK , Australia , France and Germany.

If possible also take China , Russian and India into confidence as well.It will help in long run.If not then go alone secretly and finish the job.

Goodluck to IDF and IAF Heroes.


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