Build up to WW3 - ISRAEL Media Says Military ATTACK on IRAN is imminent. WAR before US Elections
Build up to WW3 - ISRAEL Media Says Military ATTACK on IRAN is imminent. WAR before US Elections Time is running out to contain the Iranian threat, Israel's defense minister has warned. Israel is raising the alarm following a new US National Intelligence Estimate which says Tehran has made significant strides towards joining the nuclear club. US President Barrack Obama was supposed to have received the latest National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) weeks ago, but it was delayed in order to include "new and alarming intelligence information" concerning the military nature of Iran's nuclear program, Haaretz reports. The report's conclusions are said to converge with those of the Israeli intelligence community. The NIE reportedly concluded that Iranian efforts to develop a nuclear capability had made considerably greater progress than initially thought. Israel's defense minister, Ehud Barak, said he was aware of an unspecified intelligence report circulating in Washington whose conclusions converged with Israel's own assessment of Iran's nuclear intentions. There probably really is such an American intelligence report -- I don't know if it is an NIE one -- making its way around senior offices (in Washington)," Reuters cites Barak as telling Israel Radio. "As far as we know it brings the American assessment much closer to ours ... it makes the Iranian issue even more urgent and (shows it is) less clear and certain that we will know everything in time about their steady progress <b>...</b>
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