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Israeli intelligence insiders warn of ‘imminent’ attack on Iran

Israeli intelligence insiders warn of ‘imminent’ attack on Iran

 

August 6, 2012

By JOSEPH FITSANAKIS |

If Iranian government officials had a uranium centrifuge for each time a warning is issued of an impending military attack on Tehran, they would undoubtedly have a nuclear weapon by now. Warnings about such an attack are now ‘a-dime-a-dozen’.

TURKEY: Caught Between Syria’s Kurds and a Hard Spot

TURKEY: Caught Between Syria’s Kurds and a Hard Spot

By Dorian Jones

ISTANBUL

Aug 4 2012 (EurasiaNet) -

In a display of muscle-flexing, Turkish tanks this week carried out military exercises on the Syrian border, just a few kilometres away from towns that Syrian Kurds had seized from Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s forces.

Iran tests short-range missile with new guidance system

Iran tests short-range missile with new guidance system

By Yeganeh Torbati

DUBAI

 

Sat Aug 4, 2012

(Reuters) - Iran has test-fired a new, more accurate short-range missile capable of striking land and sea targets, it said on Saturday, a show of strength that underscored its ability to hit shipping in the Strait of Hormuz if attacked.

NATO Review - Homegrown terrorism: how the EU sees it

NATO Review - Homegrown terrorism: how the EU sees it

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LUGPnXPAjfg&feature=youtu.be

Pakistani, US intelligence chiefs discuss US drone attacks

Pakistani, US intelligence chiefs discuss US drone attacks

By Eric London

2 August 2012

Tensions between the Obama Administration and the Pakistani government remain high amid the first visit to the United States by a high-ranking Pakistani military officer since the US assassination of Osama bin Laden on Pakistani soil in May 2011.

Former Mossad chief: Iran should be very fearful over next 12 weeks

Former Mossad chief: Iran should be very fearful over next 12 weeks

By Haaretz

Aug.02, 2012 |

Former Mossad chief and national security adviser Ephraim Halevy was quoted by the New York Times on Thursday saying that if he were Iranian he "would be very fearful of the next 12 weeks".

Halevy also told Israel Radio on Thursday that if the Iranians "continue to play their games" in nuclear talks with world powers, they would be underestimating Israel's resolve.

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