Nuclear War with Iran is Inevitable

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    Iran, population 68 million, is the 4th largest oil exporter in the world. 

    Israel population 6.3 million, already has nuclear weapons (perhaps 200).

   Preemptive attacks have a long history dating from 1625

On June 7,1981 Israel attacked and destroyed Iraq's Osirak nuclear reactor in Baghdad .Of course this was done to prevent Iraq from acquiring nuclear waepons. The story of this raid was detailed in a book called "Two Minutes Over Baghdad" by Amos Perlmutter, Michael Handel and Uri Bar-Joseph which was published in 1982. .  


By the way, this attack did not have the desired effect on Iraq, instead it stimulated Saddam Hussein to vastly increase his efforts to acquire nuclear waepons.

    Iran wants to destroy Israel

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Thursday (08/03/2006) [that] the solution to the Middle East crisis is to destroy Israel. In a speech during an emergency meeting of Muslim leaders, Ahmadinejad also called for an immediate halt to fighting in Lebanon between Israel and the Iranian-backed militant group Hezbollah.

Ahmadinejad, who has drawn international condemnation with previous calls for Israel to be wiped off the map, said the Middle East would be better off "without the existence of the Zionist regime." Israel "is an illegitimate regime, there is no legal basis for its existence," he said.

   Iran is supplying Hezbollah with $100 million per year & C-802 missiles

In the closed world of spy satellite photo analysis, it's called "crate-ology": the science of identifying a weapon or some other key component by the size and shape of its box.

The technique came into play last month when a U.S. spy satellite, looking down on an Iranian air base, captured images of military crews loading what U.S. intelligence analysts concluded were eight C-802 Noor anti-ship cruise missiles on board a transport plane, according to intelligence officials.

On July 14, Hezbollah fired at least three C-802 missiles, one of which damaged an Israeli warship off Lebanon and killed four sailors, Israeli's military said.

At a Senate hearing July 27, Bolton said Iran provides Hezbollah an estimated $100 million per year in weapons and aid. "They're the paymasters, and they're calling the tune," he said.

Above from: - Trained eye can see right through box of weapons

Sadly the C-802 missiles originally came from China 

Iran bought 60 of the missiles, sometimes mislabeled "Silkworms," between the end of the Persian Gulf War in 1991 and 1997, when protests by the Clinton administration led China to suspend sales. Since then, under license from China, Iran has been manufacturing the C-802 missiles on its own, Hewson said.

Above from: - Trained eye can see right through box of weapons

   How could Iran acquire nuclear weapons?

        1. They could buy nuclear weapons from North Korea, Pakistan or Russia.

The current government of Pakistan is friendly to the US and thus it seems unlikely that they would sell nuclear weapons to Iran, but much of the population is muslim and hates Israel and the US. So if President Pervez Musharraf loses power in 2007, we may see an anti-US government which might be willing to sell weapons to Iran. Russia would not intentionally sell nuclear weapons to Iran because they recognize that Iran is a very unstable country. However, there are plenty of loose nuclear weapons in Russia and probably many gangsters who would be quite willing to sell them to Iran. The greatest worry is that North Korea will sell nuclear weapons to Iran. Kim Jung Ill is desperate for money and he doesn't care about anyone but himself.

        2. They could build their own nuclear weapons.

Nuclear weapons technology is not nearly as complicated or secret as the government would like people to believe. President Musharraf of Pakistan pardoned Abdul Qadeer Khan, the "father of the Islamic bomb" for selling nuclear technology to Iran, Libya and North Korea in one of the greatest proliferation scandals in history. According to the IAEA, he sold gas centrifuges, used in enriching uranium, as well as nuclear blueprints and designs. He employed an empire of middlemen, who operated in Germany, the Netherlands, Malaysia and the United Arab Emirates. Malaysia said yesterday that it would investigate a company controlled by the Prime Minister's son for its alleged role in supplying components to Libya's nuclear programme.  Hundreds of millions of dollars changed hands.   Khan is a very rich man but does he feel any guilt over his treachery?

          Above from:   Pakistani Nuclear Secrets for Sale

   Iran is building a complete Uranium enrichment and reprocessing industry.

   Bushehr Reactors

In January 1995, Russia and Iran signed a contract under which Russia would provide one VVER-1000 [aka WWER-1000] 950-1,073 MWe (electrical) light water reactor at Bushehr. The VVER-1000 reactor would be similar in configuration to Unit Four of the Russian Balakovskaya plant at Balakovo, Saratov. The Russian reactors will be installed in the original structures designed for the German 1,200-1,300 MWe reactors. Since the horizontal VVER-1000 steam generators are larger than the original German design, the project will require an enlargement of the existing reactor building, though the finished reactor dome will still resemble the German design   

Above from:  .Bushehr - Iran Nuclear Reactor

Bushehr - Satellite Imagery Gallery

    Natanz - uranium enrichment plant (gas centrifuges) 

Satellite imagery made available in December 2002 indicated that Natanz may be used as a gas centrifuge facility for uranium enrichment. Iran subsequently invited IAEA inspectors to visit the facility under construction at Natanz in early 2003. During a February 2003 visit, Iran advised IAEA chief Mohamed El-Baradei of the near-completion of a uranium pilot fuel enrichment plant (PFEP) and continuing construction of a large fuel enrichment plant (FEP). Upon completion, the pilot plant will house approximately 1,000 P-1 gas centrifuges

Above from:   A Preemptive Attack on Iran's Nuclear Facilities

Natanz satellite image

A single centrifuge might produce about 30 grams of HEU per year, about the equivalent of five Separative Work Unit (SWU). As as a general rule of thumb, a cascade of 850 to 1,000 centrifuges, each 1.5 meters long, operating continuously at 400 m/sec, would be able to produce about 20-25 kilograms of HEU in a year, enough for one weapon. One such bomb would require about 6,000 SWU.

Above from:  Gas Centrifuge Uranium Enrichment

    Arak - heavy water plants

Arak is the site of two planned heavy water facilities. The first is a heavy water production facility, the existence of which was disclosed by an Iranian opposition group in August 2002. When IAEA inspectors visited the site in February 2003, Iran claimed that it planned to produce heavy water for export to other countries. Three months later, Iran clarified that it intends to use the heavy water to moderate a prospective heavy water research reactor in Arak. The second facility is a 40 MW heavy water reactor, which Iran announced its plans to start building in 2004. This plant may present a serious nonproliferation challenge when completed. The Arak heavy water reactor will use uranium dioxide and enable Iran to produce plutonium suitable for nuclear weapons assembly. Some estimate that this plant will be able to produce 8 to10 kilograms of weapons-grade plutonium every year, a sufficient amount to build one to two nuclear weapons annually. The Iranians claim the plant is for peaceful purposes only and is intended for medical research and development.

Above from:   A Preemptive Attack on Iran's Nuclear Facilities

Arak satellite image

    Many other Iranian nuclear facilities - detailed here


With the very existence of Israel on the line, the Israelis cannot permit Iran to obtain nuclear weapons.   Hence there WILL BE a war between Iran and Israel.   Only two questions remain: 

1. When will the war begin?

2. Will the United States become entangled in it?

     Here is a bumper sticker (3" x 10") to emphasize the seriousness of the problem.

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