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Iran Could Strike the United States by 2015

According to a report released by Fox News, quoting a 12-page unclassified Pentagon document, Iran could possibly fire an ICBM (Intercontinental Ballistic Missile) that could reach the United States by the year 2015.

While the White House continues speaking of dialogue with Iran while seeking to gain agreement from Security Council nations for stiffer economic sanctions, the Pentagon explains that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has gone to great lengths to protect his nuclear facilities against an Israeli or American military strike. The report also cites that Iran is a “disruptive force in Iraq giving logistical and operational guidance to militias and terrorist groups to target US forces in Iraq and undermine US interests”.

The Pentagon continues preparing plans for an American strike, US media agencies have reported over recent days, but this does not seem to be humbling Ahmadinejad, who recently released a statement of brazen defiance. “Iran’s army is so mighty today that no enemy can have a foul thought of invading Iran’s territory.”

The White House continues efforts seeking to move ahead with sanctions while US Defense Secretary Robert Gates warns that an Israeli military move against Iran may have “disastrous results”, calling for swift and effective sanctions to prevent such an occurrence.

(Yechiel Spira – YWN Israel)

8 Responses

  1. From looking at the above picture of the Iranian leader, I tend to understand why President Obama and him dont see eye to eye.

  2. And what do you suppose would happen to Iran if they launched a missile against the United States? Ahmadinejad may be evil, but he’s not stupid.

  3. #4 – okay, it might take a few hours if they have to use bombers (which weren’t cut back, probably since they are so useful for other things)

  4. WellInformedYid
    does this look like a joking matter to you.lets throw oranges we might as well.we are talking nuclear warfare.please look it up if you dont understand
    tisku le misvos

  5. I do give Obama some points for at least trying to confront Iran, and bringing more nations in line opposing the Iranian threat. However, I can’t see him being too successful. The time to confront Iran was in 2001-2003. Unfortunately, then President Bush was slow to recognized the Iranian threat, and when he did the best he could come up with was giving the Iranians the silent treatment. Does anyone really think Ahmadinejad lost any sleep just because the President didn’t talk to him? Add to that putting a pro-Iranian regime in Iraq, it is no wonder that under Bush Iran went from a nuisence to a threat.

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