On January 11, 2010 – the paranoid radical Jewish leader of the Zionist regime told a group of foreign journalists that an international military attack, headed by the US, is the only sure way to stop Iranian nuclear program. Bibi even down-played the recent Mossad’s outgoing head, Gen. Meir Dagan’s admission that Tehran is not in the position to produce a nuclear bomb before 2015 and Israel should not attack Iran until it’s attacked by Iran.
“You have to ratchet up the pressure and … I don’t think that this pressure will be sufficient to have this regime change course without a credible military option that is put before them by the international communitly led by the United States,” he said.
“There is no question that all these things have caused hardship (on ordinary Iranians) but they have not in any way altered Iran’s determination to pursue its nuclear program. They are determined to move ahead despite every difficulty, every obstacle, every setback, to create nuclear weapons,” Bibi added.
The Israeli Zionazi leaders are known for such rants, which are usually ignored by US secretary of defense, Robert Gate, for fear of out-stretching American and NATO forces which have already lost their military upper-hand in both Afghanistan and Iraq.
Countering Netanyahu’s rant – Iranian Intelligence Minister Heidar Moslehi had claimed that Iranian intelligence has busted a Mossad espionage network responsible for the assassination of Dr. Massoud Ali-Mohammadi, an Iranian nuclear scientist and a lecturer at the University of Tehran. One of the 12 persons arrested, Majid Jamali-Fash, confessed that he had received training in a military base outside Tel Aviv.
In September 2010 – Cuban leader Fidel Castro in his speech at Universty of Havana mass rally had said that “a nuclear conflict was inevitable if the United States, in alliance with Israel, tried to impose international sanctions on Iran over its nuclear program”.
Earlier this month, Tehran had invited representatives from members of IAEA, such as, China, Russia, Turkey, Brazil, Egypt, Cuba and Hungary which currently holds EU presidency to visit nuclear sites at Natanz and Arak on January 15-16, 2011, before P5+1 coming meeting in Istanbul (Turkey).
“The United States makes false claims of nuclear weapon threats in other nations because US government officials and others do not understand nuclear materials’ and weapons’ production technology and are unwilling to rely on information from those who do. They also do not appreciate the importance of nuclear power to reduce use of fossil fuels. Virtually all information about nuclear weapons from US officials, news media and others is wrong,” he wrote.