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Another Babylonian Joos ASSHOLE Ya’alon wants to Play ‘god’

Ya’alon: Israel ‘not responsible’ for Iran nuke scientists’ lives

Defense minister hints assassinations may resume, says Israel considering air strikes against nuclear facilities

Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon visits the Israel Aerospace Industries center near Tel Aviv on July 26, 2015. (Ariel Hermoni/Defense Ministry)

Israel is not responsible for the lives of Iranian nuclear scientists, Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon said in an interview published Friday, making a less-than-veiled threat that covert assassination missions blamed on Israel could resume.

“Ultimately it is very clear, one way or another, Iran’s military nuclear program must be stopped,” Ya’alon said, according to a retranslation from an interview published in the German daily. “We will act in any way and are not willing to tolerate a nuclear-armed Iran. We prefer that this be done by means of sanctions, but in the end, Israel should be able to defend itself,” the defense minister said.

He added that he was “not responsible for the lives of Iranian scientists,” according to Der Spiegel, which will publish the full interview on Saturday.

Ya’alon further stated that Israel was considering carrying out airstrikes on Iranian military facilities, the German paper reported.

Iranian technicians work at a facility producing uranium fuel for a planned heavy-water nuclear reactor, outside Isfahan, 255 miles (410 kilometers) south of the capital Tehran, in 2009. (photo credit: AP/Vahid Salemi)

Five Iranian nuclear scientists were killed in the last decade, most of them by bombs placed on their cars, according to foreign media reports.

Israel was blamed by Iran to be behind the assassinations, but never admitted any involvement.

No Israeli was ever caught, though a number of Iranian were hanged after being accused of collaborating with Jerusalem.

The last assassination occurred in late 2013 and have since halted, reportedly as a result of American pressure as negotiations between world powers and Tehran over the nuclear program ramped up, according to CBS news.

On July 14, Iran and the United States, along with Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia, recently struck a deal meant to ensure Iran’s nuclear program could not produce a bomb by curbing enrichment in exchange for sanctions relief.

Israel has loudly criticized the deal as unenforceable and limited in its ability to thwart Iran’s plans for nuclear weaponization, and is heavily lobbying American lawmakers to vote it down, butting heads with the White House along the way.

The nuclear deal must be reviewed and approved by lawmakers in the US and Iran before it can be implemented. The deal has run into fierce opposition from many Republicans and some Democrats on Capitol Hill. Some Arab governments have quietly voiced concerns as well.

US lawmakers will vote in September on whether to endorse the deal.

US President Barack Obama has said voting down the deal will mean the US will be forced to confront Iran militarily to stop it from gaining a nuclear weapon.

US lawmakers will vote in September on whether to endorse the deal.

US President Barack Obama has said voting down the deal will mean the US will be forced to confront Iran militarily to stop it from gaining a nuclear weapon.

Though Israel has threatened to strike Iran to keep it from getting atomic arms, analysts say the Jewish state would need American help to effectively set back Iran’s nuclear program, an idea put on the backburner as diplomacy with Tehran has taken center stage.

On Thursday, Iran dismissed as “preposterous” claims that it was cleaning up its suspected nuclear military site at Parchin ahead of inspections agreed under a nuclear deal with world powers. The statement came in response to media reports quoting US members of Congress and the Washington think-tank Institute for Science and International Security who said the work at the military complex, seen in satellite footage, could complicate inspections by the UN nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency, that are a key provision of the deal.

Times of Israel staff contributed to this report.


BBC HARDtalk – Meir Dagan – Director of Mossad (2002-2010) (18/6/12)


Published on Aug 2, 2012

Israel’s secret service, the Mossad, is regarded as one of the most resourceful and ruthless intelligence agencies in the world. But are Israel’s top spies on the same page as the country’s politicians when it comes to an assessment of the threat posed by Iran? The question was prompted by Meir Dagan, director of Mossad until a year and a half ago. Just months after retiring he said an Israeli strike on Irans nuclear facilities would be stupid. Why did he go so public so quickly, and is there a dangerous gulf between Israel’s political leadership and security chiefs?

Interviewed Guest – Meir Dagan
Presenter – Stephen Sackur


Mossad Murder in Dubai – Complete Timeline

Uploaded on Feb 10, 2012

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Interpol places 11 people suspected in the slaying of a Hamas militant leader in Dubai on its most-wanted list on Thursday.

The international police agency said it has issued red notices, its highest-level alert, to its member countries worldwide for “11 internationally wanted individuals who have been charged by UAE-Dubai authorities with coordinating and committing the murder.”

Interpol said it was acting on the request of Dubai authorities and that it believes the suspects used false passports.

Interpol issued the notices — which include photographs — “to limit the ability of accused murderers from traveling freely using the same false passports.”

Hamas commander Mahmoud al-Mabhouh’s body was found Jan. 20 in his room at a luxury hotel near Dubai’s international airport.

Dubai’s police chief said on Thursday that Interpol should issue a warrant to arrest the head of the Jewish state’s spy agency Mossad if the organization was indeed responsible for the killing.

In comments to be aired later on Dubai TV, police chief Dahi Khalfan Tamim called for the police authority to issue “a red notice against the head of Mossad … as a killer in case Mossad is proved to be behind the crime, which is likely now.”

The Jewish state has declined to comment on whether its spy agency was responsible, although security officials have also said they were convinced the Mossad was behind the assassination, and harshly criticized the spy agency for allegedly stealing the identities of its own citizens to carry out the hit.

If it develops into a full-blown security scandal, that could harm Jewish state Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu politically.

Some compared the case to another Mossad embarrassment during Netanyahu’s previous term as prime minister, the failed attempt to kill Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal in 1997.

Two Mossad agents posing as Canadian tourists were captured after injecting Mashaal with poison, and the Jewish state was forced to send an antidote that saved Mashaal’s life. Today Mashaal is the supreme leader of Hamas.

Mossad – The World’s Most Efficient Killing Machine

Published on Oct 14, 2013

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