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Sunday, 2 September 2007

The Nuclear Clock Ticks II

WND: The Pentagon has formulated a "three-day blitz" plan to annihilate Iran's military that targets 1,200 sites, including Tehran's nuclear facilities, in order to render its military incapable of conducting offensive, defensive or retaliatory missions.

According to the London Sunday Times, citing Alexis Debat, director of terrorism and national security at the Nixon Center, the Pentagon has rejected a strategy of "pinprick strikes" against Iran's nuclear facilities.

"They're about taking out the entire Iranian military," Debat said.

Despite a report last week by the International Atomic Energy Agency of "significant" cooperation by Iran over its nuclear program, Washington sees only continued stalling by the Islamic regime, reports the Times.

President Bush increased his rhetoric against Iran's nuclear program last week, saying Tehran had put the Mideast "under the shadow of a nuclear holocaust" and indicated action would be taken against the program "before it is too late." ...

Posted on 09/02/2007 10:07 AM by Rebecca Bynum
Comments
2 Sep 2007
Alan

 

      This basic counter-point needs saying too:

 " The Left's Bullwinkle Gambit " by Rick Moran ( Sept 2 ),

http://www.americanthinker.com/blog

 




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