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Forum Post: BREAKING: Iran’s Currency in Free Fall! US to Attack Iran Missiles, Israel to Take Out Syria & Hezbollah!

Posted 2 years ago on Aug. 6, 2012, 10:45 a.m. EST by Umong (0)
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Iran getting ready to Block Hormuz!!

http://investmentwatchblog.com/breaking-irans-currency-in-free-fall-us-to-attack-iran-missiles-israel-to-take-out-syria-hezbollah/#.UB_WE6BvDIV

Reports are surfacing of a US-Israeli plan to attack Iran’s ballistic missile batteries, giving Israel extra space to tackle Syria and Hezbollah. While no talks have been confirmed, anonymous sources claim that war plans have been put to paper.

­While it’s unclear how far-reaching the US and Israeli plans are, some say the allies have detailed intentions to destroy the Islamic Republic’s ballistic missiles – and let Israel launch an assault on Syria and Hezbollah to boot.

http://www.rt.com/news/us-israel-iran-war-plan-926/

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[-] 1 points by frogmanofborneo (602) from New York, NY 2 years ago

Results Debka File is in the prognositication business. I haven't tracked their ercord but here's a recent one...

Western-Arab military intervention in the Gulf is scheduled for launch Saturday, June 30 Fri, 06/29/2012 - 7:38am — Aviad I wish ...0 Wish not0 What do you WANT? I agree...0 Disagree0 What do you THINK? Predicted by: DebkaFile Written/Hosted by: DebkaFIle Quote Source: DebkaFile Sunday, July 1, 2012 - 2am Here is the condition to for such intervention to take place by DebkaFile: "Clinton and Lavrov are therefore expected to go at the Syrian issue hammer and tongs. The outcome of their meeting will not only determine the course of the Action Group’s discussions but, more importantly, whether the Western-Arab-Turkish alliance goes forward with its military operation against Syria."

Another one... http://landdestroyer.blogspot.com/2011/11/israeli-intelligence-website-claims.html

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2011

Israeli intelligence website claims explosions in Iran caused by failed attempt to affix nuclear warhead to Shahab-3 missile Madison Ruppert, Contributing Writer Activist Post

Today the Israeli intelligence website DEBKAfile claimed that their usual unnamed sources reported that one of the explosions in Iran was actually caused by a failed attempt to affix a nuclear warhead to a Shahab-3 medium-range ballistic missile.

According to the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK), an organization listed as a terrorist group by the U.S. State Department, which is oddly characterized as an “Iran exile group” by USA Today, the explosion wasn’t an accidental incident at an ammunition depot but instead was a missile base run by the Revolutionary Guard.

DEBKAfile is a site which is given a disturbing amount of credence given their less-than-stellar track record in terms of accuracy and their highly questionable links to Israeli intelligence agencies like Mossad.

The nature of most of DEBKAfile’s reports is also suspicious, given that they tend to solely cite anonymous, supposedly insider sources.

I could easily claim I have insider sources and publish disinformation based on these “sources” that I have made up, but of course I’m not going to do that because this site is about getting at the truth, not clouding the discussion with even more lies.

Due to the incredibly unreliable nature of all of DEBKAfile’s reports, this claim should be taken with a large grain of salt and not accepted as fact.

DEBKAfile consistently presents the hawkish Israeli position, demonizing Iran, Palestine, and any other nation that stands up to Israel’s crimes.

According to Ronen Bergman, an investigative reporter for Yediot Achronot, DEBKAfile relies on sources with an agenda and even Israeli intelligence officials “do not consider even 10 percent of the site’s content to be reliable”.

“DEBKAfile has frequently promulgated materials put out by rightist elements of the Republican Party, whose worldview is that the situation is bad and is only going to get worse,” Bergman wrote.

Similarly, law professor Michael Dorf of Cornell called DEBKAfile an “alarmist Israeli website trading in rumors”.

Alarmism is DEBKAfile’s specialty and this latest report reflects that. It is my opinion that this kind of information coming from DEBKAfile right now is not purely coincidental.

This could very well be an attempt to drum up a false sense of urgency and a need to strike Iran before they can successfully equip a Shahab-3 with a nuclear payload.

Even though Israel’s minister of strategic affairs, Moshe Yaalon, said in 2010 that Iran was at least three years away from being able to do such a thing, DEBKAfile’s mysterious sources seem to know otherwise.

Seeing how DEBKAfile wrongly predicted a dirty bomb attack on New York City carried out by al Qaeda, why would we believe a single thing they claim to be true that is attributed to their anonymous sources?

“Our sources report increasing evidence that the first explosion was caused by a failed effort to mount a nuclear warhead on a Shahab-3 intermediate-range missile,” DEBKAfile wrote.

What increasing evidence? Well, per usual, there is none, but DEBKAfile draws some tenuous links which, in fact, do not point in the direction of their claims in any way.

The MEK cites similarly dubious sources which, according to group’s spokesman Alireza Jafarzadeh, are “reliable sources inside Iran” who claim the blasts “resulted from the explosion of IRGC [Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps] missiles” at the Modarres Garrison west of the Iranian capital of Tehran....

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