June 11, 2009
Israel may very well attack Iran’s nuclear facilities if the hardliner Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is re-elected tomorrow. Israel thinks that if elected, Ahmadinejad will continue to develop nuclear weapons. And, Israel can’t afford to wait for international efforts to bring Iran’s enrichment to an end.
Detailed military plans to bomb Iran’s nuclear infrastructure have long been on the table in Tel Aviv.
[efoods]Israeli daily Ha’aretz reported that Dennis Blair, the newly-appointed head of US intelligence, said Tel Aviv will eventually declare war on Tehran as a last-ditch effort to curb Iran’s enrichment capabilities.
And, former Israeli UN ambassador Dan Gillerman revealed that Tel Aviv is preparing a military offensive against the country. War could be avoided if the Persian people elect the moderate political leader Mir Hossein Mousavi in tomorrow’s election.
Moderate ex-premier Mir Hossein Mousavi has emerged as Ahmadinejad’s main rival. Mousavi believes Iran’s policy regarding its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes. And, he has stressed that Tehran is ready for talks on the country’s nuclear program. Plus, Mousavi seems open to beginning a dialogue with America.
Also, Mousavi has vowed to reduce heavy inflation through monetary policies, and has stressed the need for boosting the private sector.
A vote for Mousavi is a vote for peace.
The Iranians will make a statement tomorrow: Do they want war or do they want peace.
This article was posted: Thursday, June 11, 2009 at 4:53 pm