Saturday, April 25, 2009

Will Israel Strike Iran?

by Lazer Brody

Will Israel strike Iran's nuclear reactors? What route will they take? Maybe they'd opt for a ballistic missile attack (photo, left - Israeli Jerico 3 ICBM) rather than using a very risky fighter-bomber attack?

Here's a treat for all of our arm-chair general and strategists. Emuna News and the Beams got their hands on an amazing report put out by the Center of Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington, DC. The report is entitled, "Study on a Possible Israeli Strike on Iran’s Nuclear Development Facilities." The amount of highly classified info in the report is mind-boggling. The report was prepared by Abdullah Toucan, a senior Associate of the Burke Chair of Strategy, who has prepared an additional report which provides an independent assessment of Israel’s options for striking at Iran’s facilities, based in part on prior work on Iran’s nuclear facilities. This report provides a detailed analysis of Israeli capabilities, possible flight paths, sorties requirements, battle damage capabilities relative to target hardening, and the other details of possible Israeli strikes.

Curious? See the report here in its entirety.

Once again, it's an outstanding piece of research with phenominal intel. It's scary how much is common knowledge floating around the web.

Dr. Toucan's report has one major fallacy - it doesn't take Hashem in account. No intel in the world can know what Hashem is planning...