7147-NETANYAHUThe US regime is trying to stop “a nuclear-armed rabid dog on the loose” from ‘destroying entire world.’

by Syarif Hidayat*

The US President, Barack Obama is trying to stop “a nuclear-armed rabid dog on the loose” from ‘destroying entire world.’ American journalist Mark Glenn says President Barack Obama is seeking to finalize a nuclear deal with Iran in order to stop Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu from destroying the world. Glenn made the comments in a phone interview with Press TV on Sunday, March 8, 2015 when asked about a recent statement by Obama. The US president said on Sunday that there is a sense of “urgency” in reaching an agreement with Iran.

The Obama administration’s officials “are genuinely frightened that they have a rabid dog on the loose in the form of Netanyahu and there he’s going to do something crazy, that he’s going to detonate a nuclear weapon somewhere in the United States, somewhere in the West in order to blame it on Iran,” Glenn said.

“I believe that this in part explains the ‘urgency’ that President Obama referenced in his speech. They literally have an Armagedonist sitting there with his finger on the button in Israel, and now they are scrambling to find some way of dealing with him and getting his finger away from that button before he destroys the entire world,” he added.

The Islamic Republic of Iran is in the middle of nuclear talks with the P5+1 group — Russia, China, France, Britain, the US and Germany — in order to reach a comprehensive agreement after an interim deal was reached in November 2013. Obama said Iran has abided by the terms of the interim nuclear agreement signed two years ago. “I think it is fair to say that there is an urgency because we now have been negotiating for well over a year and the good news is that during this period, Iran has abided by the terms of the agreement,” Obama said.

He noted that the current nuclear negotiations have reached a point where political decisions should be made in order to reach a final deal because technical issues are resolved.

Tenyahoo7Netanyahu- a rabid dog on the loose

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu used a controversial address to a joint meeting of the US Congress to mount an unprecedented challenge to the Obama administration’s attempts to strike a deal with Iran over its nuclear program, calling it a grave threat to peace in Israel and the world. “This is a bad deal,” Netanyahu said.

“We’re better off without it.”Netanyahu said he regretted that his speech has been seen by some as political, saying he appreciates all that President Barack Obama has done for Israel. But he said he had an obligation as prime minister to speak out on an issue that poses a threat to the survival of Israel and its people.

“The greatest danger facing our world is the marriage of militant Islam and nuclear weapons,” he said. That is what will happen, he argued, under the deal being negotiated between Iran and six world powers, including the U.S., Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China. Iran’s nuclear program would be left virtually intact, Netanyahu said, meaning it would not take long for the country to achieve the capacity to build an atomic weapon – about a year by U.S. estimates, even shorter by Israeli estimates.

Before offering further concessions, negotiators should insist on three things, Netanyahu said: stop aggression against its neighbors in the Middle East, stop supporting terrorism and stop threatening to annihilate Israel. Several dozen congressional Democrats skipped Netanyahu’s address, while many others attended reluctantly, they said.

“I’m going to listen quite respectfully. I’m not going to jump up and down,” Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) said this week. Netanyahu nonetheless spoke to a standing-room-only audience in the House chamber Tuesday, a testament to the traditional strength of the U.S.-Israeli alliance but also to the partisan tinderbox that his trip to Washington this week has become.

Gordon-israel_nuke_dees‘America’s attack dog in Middle East’

A German proverb says: “Bellende Hunde beißen nicht.” – Lit. translation: “Barking dogs don’t bite.” – Meaning: “As long as talking (barking) continues, even albeit threatening, violence is averted.” – Meaning: “Cowards threaten a lot.” -English version: “Barking dogs seldom bite.”

But I think in the case of the Zionist Entity (Israel), it is different. It is really a mad and very dangerous dog! One of the Zionist leaders has confirmed it. Moshe Dayan, Israel’s most celebrated general, famously outlined the strategy he believed would keep Israel’s enemies at bay: “’Israel must be like a mad dog, too dangerous to bother.’ …our armed forces are not the thirtieth strongest in the world, but the second or third. We have the capability to take the world down with us. And I can assure you that that will happen before Israel goes under.”

Until now, most observers had assumed Dayan was referring to Israeli military or possibly nuclear strategy, an expression in his typically blunt fashion of the country’s familiar doctrine of deterrence. Today, estimates of the Israeli nuclear arsenal range from a minimum of 200 to a maximum of about 500. Whatever the number, there is little doubt that Israeli nukes are among the world’s most sophisticated, largely designed for “war fighting” in the Middle East.

A staple of the Israeli nuclear arsenal are “neutron bombs,” miniaturized thermonuclear bombs designed to maximize deadly gamma radiation while minimizing blast effects and long term radiation- in essence designed to kill people while leaving property intact.
The Israeli nuclear arsenal is backed-up by the delivery mechanisms that include Jericho intercontinental ballistic missiles with a range of 11,500 km. This could mean targets in all Middle East and Gulf regions and also Europe as far as Moscow and London are within its shooting range of Israeli nuclear weapons.

Ariel Sharon, demonstrating the Israeli nuclear arsenal arrogance, says things like: “We are much more important than (Americans) think. We can take the Middle East with us whenever we go” and “Arabs may have the oil, but we have the matches.”

Ezar Weissman, former Israeli president said “The nuclear issue is gaining momentum (and the) next war will not be conventional.”

A former Israeli official justified Israel’s threats: “You Americans screwed us” in not supporting Israel in its 1956 war with Egypt. “We can still remember the smell of Auschwitz and Treblinka. Next time we’ll take all of you with us.”
Israel has been armed and funded by the United States over the past sixty years and is playing the role of “the attack dog” in the Middle East, says Sara Flounders, co-director of the International Action Center.


– Since the Iranian revolution, no country has been invaded by Iran and not a single person has been killed by Iran in a foreign country, not a single Israeli or American or British nuclear scientist killed and not a single Iranian spy drone is detected over Israeli, the UK or US Air Space!
– Since 1979, the US has invaded Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya and has been bombing Pakistan, Somalia, Sudah and Yemen using drones bombers and killing almost two millions (and continue counting) of innocent people including old men, women, children and babies. The US has also killed Third World leaders such as Saddam Hussein and Muammar Gaddafi.
– Since Iranian revolution, Israel has killed thousands of Palestinians and some Iranian nuclear scientists.
– Since Iranian revolution, not a single Israeli or US scientist killed by Iranians.
– Since Iranian revolution, some US and Israeli spy drones reportedly shot down or forced down in Iran.

obama_netanyahu_iranThe US-Israeli collusion

The actual Nuclear World War could be easily triggered by the illicit agreement between the crazy American President and the deranged and adventurous Israeli Prime Minister.
Please take a close look at the example of the actual Israeli nuclear threats to the world security: In 2002, while the United States was building for the 2003 invasion of Iraq, then Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon threatened that if Israel was attacked “Israel will react. Is it clear?”

Israeli defense analyst Zeev Schiff explained: “Israel could respond with a nuclear retaliation that would eradicate Iraq as a country.”  It is believed the then US President, George W. Bush gave Sharon the “Green-Light” to attack Baghdad in retaliation, including with Nuclear Weapons, but only if attacks came before the American military invasion.

israel-nukeThe Actual threat to the world security comes from Israel

Iran is developing nuclear energy program must not alarm the Arab world and the world as a whole. Israel has more than enough nuclear weapons (nuclear warheads and bombs) to destroy the whole Middle East at any moment! So what?
The Israeli weapons of mass destruction (Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Bombs) and weapons of ethnic cleansing (Ethnic Bomb) are the real threat to the world security!

However, just as threatening to Arabs, and the world, is Israel’s aggressive stance towards using its own 200 to 500 nuclear weapons — ones which it has never formally admitted exist. These weapons can be deployed by air, missile or submarine to almost any place on earth. Although dwarfed by the nuclear arsenals of the U.S. and Russia, each possessing over 10,000 nuclear weapons, Israel nonetheless is a major nuclear power, and should be publicly recognized as such.

Possessing chemical and biological weapons, an extremely sophisticated nuclear arsenal, and an aggressive strategy for their actual use, Israel provides the major regional impetus for the development of weapons of mass destruction and represents an acute threat to peace and stability in the Middle East and the world as a whole.

The Israeli nuclear program represents a serious impediment to nuclear disarmament and nonproliferation and, with India and Pakistan, is a potential nuclear flashpoint.(prospects of meaningful non-proliferation are a delusion so long as the nuclear weapons states insist on maintaining their arsenals).

The Israeli bombs themselves range in size from “city busters” larger than the Hiroshima Bomb to tactical mini nukes. The Israeli arsenal of weapons of mass destruction clearly dwarfs the actual or potential arsenals of all other Middle Eastern states combined, and is vastly greater than any conceivable need for “deterrence.”

A staple of the Israeli nuclear arsenal are “neutron bombs,” miniaturized thermonuclear bombs designed to maximize deadly gamma radiation while minimizing blast effects and long term radiation- in essence designed to kill people while leaving property intact.
The Israeli nuclear arsenal is backed-up by the delivery mechanisms that include the long-range all-weather attack fighter bombers: F-4E-2000 Phantoms, F-16 Fighting Falcons and F-35 Radar Evading Stealth Bombers as well as Jericho intercontinental ballistic missiles with a range of 11,500 km, bringing all countries in the Middle East and Gulf regions including Iran and Europe as far as UK into its range.

Iran was never building nuclear weapons

Sherwood Ross, an award-winning reporter and editorial as well as book publicist, in his article titled “US spies declare: Iran was never building nuclear weapons” published in IPS, wrote The former Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said in a new published report that he had not seen “a shred of evidence” that Iran was “building nuclear-weapons facilities and using enriched materials.”

Mohamed ElBaradei, the Nobel Peace Prize recipient who spent 12 years at the IAEA, told investigative journalist Seymour Hersh, “I don’t believe Iran is a clear and present danger. All I see is the hype about the threat posed by Iran.” El Baradei, who is now a candidate for the presidency of Egypt, added, “The core issue is mutual lack of trust. I believe there will be no solution until the day that the United States and Iran sit down together to discuss the issues and put pressure on each other to find a solution.”

El Baradei’s remarks are contained in an article by Hersh titled “Iran And The Bomb,” published in the June 6 issue of The New Yorker magazine. Hersh points out that the last two U.S. National Intelligence Estimates (N.I.E.s) on Iranian nuclear progress “have stated that there is no conclusive evidence that Iran has made any effort to build the bomb since 2003.”

An N.I.E. Report supposedly represents the best judgment of the senior offices from all the major American intelligence agencies. The latest report, which came out this year and remains highly classified, is said by Hersh to reinforce the conclusion of the last N.I.E. Report of 2007, that “Iran halted weaponization in 2003.” A retired senior intelligence officer, speaking of the latest N.I.E. Report, told Hersh, “The important thing is that nothing substantially new has been learned in the last four years, and none of our efforts—informants, penetrations, planting of sensors—leads to a bomb.”

Hersh revealed that over the past six years, soldiers from the Joint Special Operations Force, working with Iranian intelligence assets, “put in place cutting-edge surveillance techniques” to spy on suspected Iran facilities. These included:
–Surreptitiously removing street signs and replacing them with signs containing radiation sensors.
–Removing bricks from buildings suspected of containing nuclear enrichment activities and replacing them “with bricks embedded with radiation-monitoring devices.”
–Spreading high-powered sensors disguised as stones randomly along roadways where a suspected underground weapon site was under construction.
–Constant satellite coverage of major suspect areas in Iran. (T/P3/R01)

Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA)
Syarif Hidayat*Senior Editor of Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA) (He can be contacted via emails: [email protected] and [email protected])

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