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Published on November 4th, 2011 | by Sangeeta Mandalia
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 New reports have surfaced that Israeli Prime  Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu is drumming  up cabinet support for a military strike against Iran’s nuclear sites.Iran’s military chiefs have warned that any military  action  against the Islamic Republic of Iran will come  at a heavy price.    There have been many  reports in previous years surrounding  Israel’s  decision to attackIranand a headline story in  an Israeli newspaper has  once again  repositioned the debate onIran.Israelis  deeply concerned at  the prospect of a  nuclear which would pose a serious security threat to  the Jewish state. Iranian president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has  previously referred toIsraelas a ‘bad omen’ and has threatened the  nation with remarks such as the ‘regime will be annihilated.’ With Iran’s  negative intentions and the close proximity between the two nations, a nuclear armed Iran could do just this.

 Israel has many security concerns about Iran’s nuclear facilities and its uses. But a military attack on Iran would have disastrous consequences for the Middle East, particularly at a time when the region is embracing a new political wave of freedom and liberty. It will not only inflict severe losses but will also disturb regional stability. Both the West and Israel believe that Iran has an underground nuclear facility and is pursuing a nuclear programme behind closed doors. A report by the International Atomic Energy Agency, which is due to be released next week, will provide a conclusive analysis on the status of Iran’s nuclear programme. Some reports suggest that the findings of the IAEA may provide further ammunition to the case of Benjamin Netanyahu for military action.

 But will Israel really attack Iran? Israel is unlikely to launch a strike without the support of the United States. With the upcoming election in 2012 and an end to the NATO mission in Libya, it seems unlikely that Obama is willing to become engulfed into another regional conflict in the Middle East. A leading analyst in the US argues “if you’re Obama and your priority is to resuscitate the American economy and decrease the US footprint in the Middle East, bombingIran would defeat those two objectives.” But increased media speculation surrounding a possible Israeli attack on Iran has raised alarm bells all around world. The Guardian reports that the UK is considering contingency plans to support the possibility of US action against Tehran. A wikileaks disclosure also reveals that Israel is not alone in its case for military action. Saudi Arabia has also called for military action to chop what is called “the head of the snake.”

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Israel to launch a pre- emptive strike on Iran?

Israel planning Military strike against Iran’s nuclear sites!

 New reports have surfaced that Israeli Prime  Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu is drumming  up cabinet support for a military strike against Iran’s nuclear sites.Iran’s military chiefs have warned that any military  action  against the Islamic Republic of Iran will come  at a heavy price.    There have been many  reports in previous years surrounding  Israel’s  decision to attackIranand a headline story in  an Israeli newspaper has  once again  repositioned the debate onIran.Israelis  deeply concerned at  the prospect of a  nuclear which would pose a serious security threat to  the Jewish state. Iranian president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has  previously referred toIsraelas a ‘bad omen’ and has threatened the  nation with remarks such as the ‘regime will be annihilated.’ With Iran’s  negative intentions and the close proximity between the two nations, a nuclear armed Iran could do just this.

 Israel has many security concerns about Iran’s nuclear facilities and its uses. But a military attack on Iran would have disastrous consequences for the Middle East, particularly at a time when the region is embracing a new political wave of freedom and liberty. It will not only inflict severe losses but will also disturb regional stability. Both the West and Israel believe that Iran has an underground nuclear facility and is pursuing a nuclear programme behind closed doors. A report by the International Atomic Energy Agency, which is due to be released next week, will provide a conclusive analysis on the status of Iran’s nuclear programme. Some reports suggest that the findings of the IAEA may provide further ammunition to the case of Benjamin Netanyahu for military action.

 But will Israel really attack Iran? Israel is unlikely to launch a strike without the support of the United States. With the upcoming election in 2012 and an end to the NATO mission in Libya, it seems unlikely that Obama is willing to become engulfed into another regional conflict in the Middle East. A leading analyst in the US argues “if you’re Obama and your priority is to resuscitate the American economy and decrease the US footprint in the Middle East, bombingIran would defeat those two objectives.” But increased media speculation surrounding a possible Israeli attack on Iran has raised alarm bells all around world. The Guardian reports that the UK is considering contingency plans to support the possibility of US action against Tehran. A wikileaks disclosure also reveals that Israel is not alone in its case for military action. Saudi Arabia has also called for military action to chop what is called “the head of the snake.”

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