Skip to comments.Israel rethinks anti-Iran warnings-(stand down)
Posted on 09/30/2009 8:43:46 PM PDT by Flavius
Suddenly, the Iranian "existential threat" seems to have receded from Israel's horizon.
It began with a bombshell Sept 18 newspaper interview in which Defense Minister Ehud Barak asserted that a nuclear-armed Iran could not destroy the Jewish state. Similar public remarks followed from the general in charge of all military operations.
(Excerpt) Read more at reuters.com ...
I am waiting for the sucker punch here.
A lousy former PM produces a real pants load. Israel is the size of New Jersey. One nuke would ruin the whole day for Israel. Destroy Tel Aviv, fallout travels to Jerusalem, game over as a nation.
The calm before the storm. To allow Iran to develop working nuclear devices would be national suicide for Israel, and Bibi’s not the type to go down without a fight. The action may be coming soon....
Israel has been busy deploying their “Iron Dome” shield (to knock-down any incoming missile with a kinetic energy antimissile) Maybe it’s in working order now?
Yeah, lull them into a false sense of security, and then zap them.
I don’t wish to seem uninformed, but evidently I am.... what is a kinetic energy antimissile; something without explosives inside?
Yeah. That’s why they are calling it an “Iron Dome.”
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