Israel, Iran prepare for NUCLEAR WAR

Posted by News Express | 25 September 2012 | 4,161 times

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Who strikes first between Israel and Iran? That is the question following strong indications that the two enemy nations are seriously warming up for what could be a cataclysmic nuclear war.

Responding to Iran’s recent threat to completely crush Israel if provoked to launch a nuclear attack against it, Israel has responded by considering pre-emptive strikes against Iran.

Reporting on this yesterday, Israel Today magazine in a story on its website entitled “Israel’s other ‘nuclear’ option” disclosed that “Israel has more than just the obvious options when it comes to dealing with Iran’s defiant nuclear program, including the use of electromagnetic pulse (EMP) technology that would disable the Islamic Republic as a viable threat, while keeping casualties to a minimum.”

The magazine referred to a report earlier this month by London’s Sunday Times on the possibility of Israel using electromagnetic bombs, saying that the issue was raised during a recent meeting between Western officials.

According to Israel Today, “An American official cited by the newspaper said such a bomb would be detonated above the ground sending out a strong pulse that would ‘disrupt all the technological devices working on the ground,’ effectively sending Iran ‘back to the stone ages.’ The pulse from an electromagnetic bomb is non-lethal to humans.”

Continuing, the magazine said: “In related news, Iranian officials this week suggested that if they become convinced Israel is about to strike, they might launch their own pre-emptive attack on the Jewish state. Israeli commentators noted that the threat was little more than hot air, considering that an Iranian pre-emptive attack would almost certainly prompt a response from the massive American forces parked in the Persian Gulf.”

*Photo, courtesy endoftheamericandream.com, shows the destructive clouds upon the explosion of a nuclear bomb.


Source: News Express

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