Skip to comments.Is Washington undermining Israelís campaign against Iran?
Posted on 04/03/2012 3:55:52 PM PDT by U-238
A secret Israeli-Azerbaijan pact giving the Jewish state use of old Soviet air bases to attack Irans nuclear sites revealed by Foreign Policy magazine exposed a bold military option to the vexed problem of getting bomb-heavy warplanes to their distant targets.
Or was the story all part of a complex and devious disinformation campaign by the Obama administration to box Israel in, or one targeted at the president?
From a military standpoint, the strategy was simple, if audacious. Israeli warplanes would refuel in Azerbaijan before the final low-level dash across the Caspian to targets in Iran.
Predictably, Israeli and Azeri officials flatly denied the story which according to Foreign Policy was based on senior U.S. intelligence and military sources.
Another denial came from a similarly unidentified Obama administration official, who said the White House had no interest in leaks of that type, adding it would gladly prosecute those who divulged the details supposed Israeli attack option using Azeri air bases if they knew who they were.
For some that seemed a touch too disingenuous.
In the murky and multi-layered world of deliberate leaks and pressure by disinformation, the White House denial was interpreted as a clever piece in the Obama administration complex strategy to box Israel in. In that scenario, the message is that Washington first by leaking details and then denying it was leaking knows what Israel is up to and wants no part of it, at least until after the November elections.
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Simple answer: YES
Does a young kid raised in Islam and converted to Christianity (so called - so said), be against Israel - come on folks!
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