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    • 14.01.08 | 15:29 (IST)

    Your report states "Pentagon sources in Washington fear Israel could move to attack the uranium enrichment plant [in Iran] as U.S. and foreign media reports confirmed it did a suspected Syrian nuclear facility on September 6", and "The Times" report quoted military officials as saying that while the U.S. is hesitant to embark on an attack on Iran, Israel is a different matter." This is similar to an earlier report which can only stir up anti-Israeli feeling. You also report that "Deputy PM, Shaul Mofaz heads an Israeli team that regularly discusses strategic issues with the U.S.", so no doubt the Israeli strike on Syria was OK'd by the U.S. According to internet news reports, President Ahmadinejad and the Leader of Iran, Ayatollah Khamenei, have stated that they would never authorize a nuclear attack on any country, including Israel. If readers refer to Islam's Koran, they will see that pre-emptive attacks are forbidden in Islam. However, there could be a (continued...)

    from the article: Report: Washington concerned Israel gearing up to attack Iran
    First published 00:00 08.11.07 | Last updated 00:00 08.11.07
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