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The Iranian straw may break the back of USraeli camel back


Guest Adnan Darwash
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Guest Adnan Darwash

The USraeli war mongers started to beat the war drums after the success of US-led NATO forces to neutralise Gheddafi defences and to defeat his rag-tag army. Now it is the turn of Iran-Syria-Hezbullah alliance. The first pretext was the presumed Iranian plot to kill a Saudi ambassador to Washington. The second is Iran potential nuclear bombs. But can Obama and Netanyahu team up to destroy Iran without severe damage to the interests of both countries. The Iranians are not faint-hearted or easy to push around. As a matter of fact they have already challenged the Usraeli war mongers to try their luck. The USraelis will eventually plan to saturate Iran war thetre with all kinds of non-conventional weapons to disable its ability to retaliate. But it is the day after that will be so shocking to the USraelis. It is expected that the Iranians will try to attack US ships and bases in the Persian gulf including the Gulf oil fields. Furthermore the US military and civilian personnel in Iraq, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates and Oman will be at the mercy of Iranian fighters. The Israelis who are used to seeing the Americans fighting their Jewish wars and eliminating their enemies will be in for suprises. But who will gain from such wars on Iran, Syria and Lebanon? The first are the arm industries followed by the oil cartels. The Syrians will love it as the attention will be diverted away from the current national uprising against the regimes. People of the Persian Gulf may see Iran as a saviour from the age-old rotten and corrupt Emirs, Sultans, Kings and Sheikhs. Most people of the wolrd will cheer seeing America losing so much. The Europeans may forget the chronic crisis of their union and currency. While Arabs and Muslims will love seeing Israeli arrogance going up in flames. In the past the Iranians depended on God , which former president Carter didn't account for when he failed to rescue the US hostages from Tehran. As many have predicetd, the coming days will be pregnant with interesting events and developments.

Adnan Darwash, Iraq Occupation Times

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