Last week Iran received significant numbers of visitors from Israel Hasbara Committee. It began with the claim that Tehran is avoiding to meet P5+1 regarding US-Israel fears that Iran is in the process of acquiring a nuclear bomb to ‘wipe Israel off map’; followed up by the claim of a huge explosion at Iran’s Fordo enrichment facility – and finally the unkosher alliance between the Islamic Republic and Christian Armenia.
According to Israeli daily Ha’aretz, the explosion story is a brainchild of Reza Kahlili the pseudonym for a CIA-Mossad operative in Iran during the 1980s. He, like Benjamin Netanyahu, has likened Iranian regime to Nazis. He recently came up with another conspiracy theory – that Iran has asked Hizballah to vacate villages along Israeli border in preparation for an attack on the Zionist entity.
Brussels-based Israel advocacy group European Strategic Intelligence and Security Center (ESISC) in its latest report has warned the western nations that the Iran-Armenia closer relation not only poses a great threat to US-Israel regional ally Azerbaijan but such close cooperation was destined to dilute impact of western (US-EU-UN) sanctions against Iran.
The report says that Iran-Armenia alliance helps Armenia to prolong its occupation of Azerbaijan’s Christian-majority enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh republic, by refusing to withdraw its troops despite four UN resolution. Wow! Four resolutions! What about over two dozen UN resolutions calling upon Israel to withdraw its forces from West Bank and East Jerusalem which it occupied in 1967?
The report also point out to “the special relationship” between Tehran and Yerevan helping Iran to evade international sanctions and pursue its nuclear ambitions and offsetting the recent EU-US sanctions to isolate the Islamic Republic in energy and financial sectors. According to western analysts, the western nations are suffering more than Iran as result of sanctions on Iran’s oil and gas export. Iranians, on the other hand, are more effected by western sanctions on daily foodstuff and essential medicines. Iran produces 80% of its healthcare needs locally.
Early this month, Rober E. Kelley at the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) issued an investigating report refuting western propaganda over Iran’s civilian nuclear program including IAEA’s foolish demand to inspect Iran’s military production facility at Parchin. Personally, I believe, Tehran should not allow IAEA inspectors even closer to the facility as the nuclear watchdog agency under Yukiya Amano has become an American whip to lash its opponents. When Yukiya Amano was voted in to replace anti-Israel Egyptian-born Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei, Geoffrey Pyatt, the American chargé in Vienna, Austria, reported in a July 9, 2009, cable, that the new IAEA director Yukiya Amano, a Japanese diplomat, not only thanked the United States for masterminding his election but agreed to private meetings with Israeli officials. Another US official in Vienna described Amano as “DG of all states, but in agreement with us”.
“A careful review of the evidence avaiable to date suggests that less has been going on at the (Parchin) site of interest than meet the eye,” says Kelley.
Claude Moniquet (a French Zionist Jew) is CEO of the European Strategic Intelligence and Security Center (ESISC). Most of his research reporting revolve around “Islamic terrorism, Iran and Hizballah”. In October 2012, Claude spoke at the European Jewish Union conference in Brussels. He said that it was “naive” to say Communism was not synonymous with antisemitism.
“Communism was imposed by the outside on Soviet states, and since many of the original Russian communists were Jewish, they were vilified by Soviet nationalists,” claimed Claude, stating fact which, if said by a gentile, would be chased by Israel lobby groups as an “antisemite”.