Israel and Suadi Arabi/Jordan/UAE preparing for Iranian...

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    Area51Trojan

    Area51Trojan Junior Member


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    war,

    The IDF is working with a coalition of Arab nations to provide missile defense to their oil infrastructure after Biden removed the only active US air defense batteries from SA, it's mission to protect 13 key oil facilities. The Biden administration did this for one reason...Trump sent the forces there.

    In the vacuum the IDF has been pulled in by the Arabs with their expertise in missile defense. The cost of this many intel planners agree is forward staging and recovery bases for the IDF to use in air attacks on nuclear infrastructure.

    The entire region has now shifted after Biden became President and is now lead by Israel who is now seen as the Arabs best chance to counter the Iranians and their nuclear ambitions as the Biden team wants to get back to the Obama agreement. Israel has already told the US it will not wait for that to happen to prevent the Iranians from reaching the threshold.

    A joint Israeli/Arab air strike from local bases would offset the need for US bombers as range would no longer the an issue and with major forces in region flying mostly same type aircraft the coordination and payloads could optimal.

    Once again, Biden is a utter disaster to world stability. Trump paved the way for this alliances and now the US will have zero influence in controlling the outcome.
     
       
  2. Ride Fly

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    Hey A51, thanks for bringing to light info pertaining to global security issues. I recall you were Force Recon, am I correct? You’re now a CEO of a company- does it relate global security? Thanks for your service brother! SEMPER FIght on!
     
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    On a tangent note, it was telling that the Biden Administration picked Holocaust Remembrance Day (April 7) to announce that it would begin funding the PLA and Hamas, again.
     
  4. Ridge Rider

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    Here are two very recent reports. Combine them to do the math;

    Report Suggests Tehran Further Violated Terms of JCPOA
    Without going into detail, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) hinted that the Islamic Republic once again violated the terms of the Iran nuclear deal this week.

    In the most recent report from the IAEA, Iran is suggested to have violated the terms of the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) once again. This violation, as has been the case in other instances, relates to Iran’s enriched uranium stockpile. However, while the UN’s nuclear watchdog refrained from specifically mentioning any violations, Reuters pointed out that these reports are typically in sync with new violations.

    The site in view in this case is the Esfahan nuclear powerplant.

    According to Reuters, “On 7 April 2021, the Agency verified at the Fuel Plate Fabrication Plant at Esfahan that Iran had dissolved six unirradiated scrap fuel plates for the TRR Tehran Research Reactor containing 0.43 kg of uranium enriched up to 20% U-235.”

    The alleged violation(s) took place while representatives from Iran were in Vienna partaking in indirect conversations with the US concerning the deal.


    Israel’s Mossad Suspected to Have Conducted Cyberattack on Natanz Nuclear Site
    According to sources within the Islamic Republic, Israel’s elite intelligence organization is responsible for the significant damage dealt to the power source inside the Natanz nuclear facility on Sunday.

    On Monday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in a press conference with US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, once again vowed, “Israel will not allow Iran to acquire a nuclear weapon.” The statement, which Netanyahu has vowed before, follows a series of events in the region, including an exchange of maritime vessel attacks between the two countries, and most recently, a cyberattack on one of Iran’s nuclear facilities.

    According to US officials, the Natanz nuclear facility was dealt a major blow on Sunday when an explosion occurred that led to the destruction of the internal power system. Iran had initially claimed that an accident had taken place, but it wasn’t long before the narrative took a turn from “accident” to “terrorist act”. It is reported that the damage was so significant that it could take at least nine months for any nuclear activity to resume at the site.

    Israel’s Mossad is believed to have carried out the attack, which would be anything but the first time the group has been active inside Iran in the last 12 months. In response, according to Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, Iran will only increase the productivity of the facility moving forward.

    Though the Israeli media has cited Mossad’s alleged involvement, neither the military nor intelligence community has made any claims, which is standard protocol.


    The Biden Administration's preference that Israel "go it alone", will place the world in grave danger. China and Russia are both ramping up their desire to exert influence in the Middle East, and Israel simply cannot tolerate the radical Iranians obtaining nuclear weapons.

    The mathematical equation equals war (sooner or later).
     
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