Bombing Iran -Osirak And Beyond -Analysis - News - Views And Statistics (Special Report)

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Tehran denies that it has military ambitions for its nuclear activities and it has pledged to continue its nuclear pursuits.
The Institute for National Security Studies in Tel Aviv said time is running out to deal with Iran.
"Iran's drive for regional hegemony is reflected primarily by its uncompromising efforts to achieve a military nuclear capability," the INSS (formerly the Jaffe Center for Strategic Studies) concluded in its annual report released in Jan-2007
"Despite the growing concern within the international community, the INSS questions whether effective sanctions will be imposed. Time is working in Iran's favour, and barring military action, Iran's possession of nuclear weapons is only a matter of time."
Dr. Zvi Shtauber, director of the INSS, noted that the international community continues to reject the use of force. They are hoping some miracle will happen and it won't be necessary, he said.
But, "at the end of the road," the international community will discover that "nothing helps," Shtauber told Cybercast News Service.
When a country [like Iran] has money, scientific know-how and determination, it is very hard to stop them, said Shtauber, a former Israeli ambassador to Britain and former head of strategic planning in the Israeli army.
Shtauber said that however "momentous" the decision may be to attack Iran, the prospect of a nuclear-armed Iran is far worse.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780978046088
  • Publisher: Self-Help Publishers
  • Publication date: 10/1/2007
  • Pages: 456
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.92 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 25, 2007

    Bombing Iran -Osirak And Beyond -Analysis - News - Views And Statistics (Special Report)

    This book/report will make you think and analyze the one of the most important issues of our times. It will provide you the facts, figures, historic background and consequences of possible war among Iran, America and Israel. How Russia and China is playing on the world stage. Where do the Europe stand and how confident is Iran with President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Will there be a 3rd world war and end of the world or a new beginning on the planet earth. This book will enable you to see the future of America, Israel and the world at large with or without nuclear Iran and its impact on the economies of the world. Does the world need the UN any more or not. Should the main players need to change their foreign policies or stick with it to make the world safe place or they are making it more dangerous or unsafe. These are the questions one should ask him/herself after reading this report. There is also a very interesting 19 pages opinion polls results at the end of this report with straight forward and naked questions from American public that will let you know where does the American politician, policy makers, advisors, media and American public stand on Iran's nuclear issue. Don't miss it it will enable to see the future of your kids. Just check-out its table of contents. God bless you.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 29, 2007

    Bombing Iran -Osirak And Beyond -Analysis - News - Views And Statistics (Special Report)

    Cold war between Iran and the west over its nuclear program has potential to trigger 3rd world war. Iran with Nuclear WMD will change the future of every nation on this planet. This special report can lead you to your future regardless of your geographical boundaries. If Iran gets a WMD then the west have to take a 180 degree turn in formulating their current foreign polices towards east.

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