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As the Western analysts keep guessing over the US intelligence estimate (NIE) that absolves Iran of the nuclear program, we commented immediately upon publishing the NIE that the Bush Administration struck a separate peace deal with Iran: the US gave green light to Iranian nuclear program (empty sanctions notwithstanding) in exchange for Iran curtailing its support for Iraqi guerrillas. In terms of the US public opinion, a semblance of victory in Iraq is more important than the remote nuclear threat to Jews.
Without the victory in Iraq, Republicans stand no chance in the next year’s elections.
With or without Bush’s support, the Republican Party officials struck a deal with Iran.
It is unlikely that Bush would bomb Iran contrary to the intelligence estimate. Should Olmert gather the guts to attack Iran, Israel would be ostracized internationally, as usual. Barak accepted the US intelligence estimates, and is unlikely to push through with the Israeli attack on Iran. The “Jewish” traitors care of warm relations with their American friends, and to hell that Jewish state.
Imagine Iran which runs 50,000 centrifuges that enrich uranium to the weapons grade, possesses nuclear-capable ballistic missiles and every element of nuclear warhead design. The US Administration wants us to believe that that Iran won’t produce nuclear weapons.

France expects to sign a commercial deal with Libya for nuclear development in the terrorist state during Gaddafi’s visit to France.

Israel’s FM Livni will discuss with NATO commander the deployment of NATO troops in Gaza. NATO is not going to enter that terrorist nest.

The maverick Chabad rabbi Shalom Dov Wolpe joined the movement for establishing the State of Judea.
Judea won’t be more defenseless than Israel who faces Iranian and Pakistani nuclear threats.

Democratically elected Palestinian parliament passed in preliminary reading a bill which declares concessions on Jerusalem to Jews a high treason.

December 2007
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