War with Iran

Biden at Bat - by Mr. Fish

The United States, Israel and Saudi Arabia are plotting a war with Iran. The 2015 Iranian nuclear arms accord, or Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), which Donald Trump sabotaged, does not look like it will be revived. U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) is reviewing options to attack if Teheran looks poised to obtain a nuclear weapon and Israel, which opposes U.S.-Iran nuclear negotiations, carries out military strikes.

During his visit to Israel, Biden assured Prime Minister Yair Lapid that the U.S. is “prepared to use all elements of its national power,” including military force, to stop Iran from building a nuclear weapon.

Saudi Arabia, Israel and the U.S. function as a troika in the Middle East. The Israeli government has built a close alliance with Saudi Arabia, which produced 15 of the 19 hijackers in the September 11 attacks and has been a prolific sponsor of international terrorism, supporting Salafi jihadism, the basis of al-Qaeda, and such groups as the Afghanistan Taliban, Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and the Al-Nusra Front.

The three countries worked in tandem to back the 2013 military coup in Egypt, led by General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, who overthrew its first democratically elected government. He has imprisoned tens of thousands of government critics, including journalists and human rights defenders, on politically motivated charges. The Sisi regime collaborates with Israel by keeping its common border with Gaza closed to Palestinians, trapping them in the Gaza strip, one of the most densely populated and impoverished places on earth.

Israel, the only nuclear power in the Middle East, has conducted an ongoing campaign of covert attacks on Iranian nuclear sites and nuclear scientists. Four Iranian nuclear scientists were assassinated, presumably by Israel, between 2010 and 2012. In July 2020, a fire, attributed to an Israeli bomb, damaged Iran’s Natanz nuclear site. In November 2020, Israel used remote control machine guns to assassinate Iran’s top nuclear scientist. In January 2020, the United States assassinated Gen. Qassem Soleimani, the head of Iran’s elite Quds Force, along with nine other people including a key figure in the anti-ISIS coalition, Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis. It used an MQ-9 Reaper to fire missiles into his convoy, near Baghdad’s airport.

If similar attacks had been carried out by Iranian operatives inside Israel, it would have triggered a war. Only Iran’s decision not to retaliate, beyond lobbing about a dozen ballistic missiles at two military bases in Iraq, prevented a conflagration.

On July 7, Iran informed The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) that it is using IR-6 centrifuges with "modified subheaders.” The declared purpose of the enrichment process at its underground facility at Fordow is to create uranium isotope enriched up to 20 percent—far below the 90 percent enrichment levels necessary to create weapons-grade uranium. Under the JCPOA agreement, enrichment levels were capped at 3.67 percent.

Israel has allocated $1.5 billion for a potential strike against Iran and, during the first week of June, held large-scale military exercises, including one over the Mediterranean and in the Red Sea, in preparation to attack Iranian nuclear sites using dozens of fighter aircraft, including Lockheed Martin F-35 fighter jets.

The 2016 Memorandum of Understanding signed by President Barack Obama provides a 10-year, $38 billion military package for Israel.

Israel and its lobby in the U.S. are working to scuttle negotiations with Iran to monitor its nuclear program. The preparation for war mirrors the Israeli pressure on the U.S. to invade Iraq, one of the worst strategic decisions in U.S. history.

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, in testimony before the British Iraq war commission, offered this account of his discussions with George W. Bush in Crawford, Texas in April 2002:

As I recall that discussion, it was less to do with specifics about what we were going to do on Iraq or, indeed, the Middle East, because the Israel issue was a big, big issue at the time. I think, in fact, I remember, actually, there may have been conversations that we had even with Israelis, the two of us, whilst we were there. So that was a major part of all this.

Saudi Arabia, which seeks to dominate the Arab world, severed ties with Iran in 2016 after its embassy in Tehran was stormed by protesters following Riyadh’s execution of Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr. Saudi Arabia, with Chinese help, has built a plant to process uranium ore and acquired ballistic missiles. Saudi Arabia signed a series of letters in 2017 with the U.S. to purchase weapons totaling $110 billion immediately, and $ 350 billion over the next decade.

A war with Iran would be a catastrophe of unimaginable proportions. It would spread swiftly throughout the region. The Shiites across the Middle East would see an attack on Iran as a religious war against Shiism. The two million Shiites in Saudi Arabia, concentrated in the oil-rich Eastern province; the Shiite majority in Iraq; and the Shiite communities in Bahrain, Pakistan and Turkey would join the fight against the U.S. and Israel.

Iran would use its Chinese-supplied anti-ship missiles, rocket and bomb-equipped speedboats and submarines, mines, drones and coastal artillery to shut down the Strait of Hormuz, the corridor for 20 percent of the world’s oil and liquified gas supply. Oil production facilities in the Persian Gulf would be sabotaged. Iranian oil, which makes up 13 percent of the world’s energy supply, would be taken off the market. Oil would jump to over $500 a barrel and perhaps, as the conflict drags on, to over $750 a barrel. Our petroleum-based economy, already reeling under rising prices because of the sanctions on Russia, would grind to a halt.

Israel would be hit by Iranian Shahab-3 ballistic missiles. Hezbollah’s store of Iranian-supplied rockets that allegedly can reach any part of Israel, including Israel’s nuclear plant at Dimona, would also be deployed. Strikes by Iran and its allies on Israel, as well as on American military installations in the region, would leave hundreds, maybe thousands, dead.

In 2002, the U.S. military conducted its “most elaborate war game” ever, costing over $ 250 million. Known as the Millennium Challenge, the exercise was between a Blue Force (the U.S.) and the Red Force (widely considered as a stand-in for Iran). It was meant to validate America’s “modern, joint-service war-fighting concepts.” It did the opposite. The Red Force, led by retired Marine lieutenant general Paul Van Riper, conducted a swarm of kamikaze suicide boat attacks and destroyed 16 U.S. warships in under 20 minutes.

When the war game was reset, it was rigged in favor of the Blue Force. The Blue Force was given access to experimental technology – including that which doesn’t exist such as airborne laser weapons. Meanwhile, the Red Force was told they weren’t allowed to shoot down the Blue Team’s aircraft, had to keep their offensive weapons in the open and could not use chemical weapons. Even then, the Blue Force could not achieve all of its objectives as Riper unleashed a guerrilla insurgency on the occupying forces.

Why shouldn’t Joe Biden be feted by the murderous regime of Saudi Arabia and the apartheid state of Israel? He and the U.S. have as much blood on their hands as they do. Yes, in 2018 the de facto ruler of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman, ordered the assassination and dismemberment of my friend and colleague Jamal Khashoggi. Yes, Israel assassinated Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh. But Washington has more than matched the crimes carried out by Israel and the Saudis, including against journalists.

The imprisonment of Julian Assange – who released the collateral murder video showing U.S. helicopter pilots laughing as they shot to death two Reuters journalists and a group of civilians in Iraq in 2007 – is designed to destroy Assange psychologically and physically. The corpses of civilians, including children, piled up by Israel and Saudi Arabia, who do much of their killing in Gaza and Yemen with U.S. weapons, don’t come close to the hundreds of thousands of dead we have left behind in the two decades of warfare we have perpetrated in the Middle East.

In 1991, a U.S.-led coalition destroyed much of Iraq’s civilian infrastructure, including water treatment facilities resulting in sewage contaminating the country’s drinking water. Then followed years of U.S., U.K. and French airstrikes enforcing a “No Fly Zone” along with crushing sanctions they imposed via the U.N. From 1991 to 1998, these sanctions alone were estimated to have killed 100,000 to 227,000 Iraqi children under the age of five, although the exact figures have been the subject of much dispute. The U.S. “Shock and Awe” bombing campaign of Iraqi urban centers during its subsequent invasion of Iraq in 2003 dropped 3,000 bombs on civilian areas, killing over 7,000 noncombatants in the first two months of the war.

By one estimate, the U.S. has been responsible for directly or indirectly killing nearly 20 million people since the end of the Second World War.

Israel and Saudi Arabia are gangster states. But so is the United States.

“There are few of them,” Biden, reacting to Democratic lawmakers who have criticized Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians, told Israel's Channel 12 news. “I think they're wrong. I think they're making a mistake. Israel is a democracy. Israel is our ally. Israel is a friend and I make no apologies.”

The angst about Biden’s not holding the Saudis and the Israelis to account on this visit is risible, as if we have any credibility left that allows us to arbitrate between right and wrong. The idea that Biden and the U.S. are brokers for peace was eviscerated long ago. The U.S. offers shameless support for Israel’s right-wing government, including vetoing U.N. resolutions that censor Israel. It refuses to condition aid on a respect for human rights even as Israel launches repeated murderous assaults against the civilian population in Gaza, labels Palestinian NGOs as terror groups, expands illegal Jewish-only settlements, carries out aggressive housing evictions of Palestinian families and mistreats Palestinian and Arab-American citizens at points of entry and within the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

The idea that we represent and promote virtue illustrates the self-delusion that accompanies our moral and physical degeneration. The rest of the world, which recoils in repugnance at whom we have become, does not take us seriously. They fear our bombs. But fear is not respect. They no longer envy our hedonistic mass culture, tarnished by mass shootings, social inequality, the decay of our infrastructure, dysfunction and a Grand Guignol-style of politics that has turned civil and political discourse into a tawdry burlesque. America is a grim joke, one about to be made worse when the Christian fascists, bigots and conspiracy theorists take control of the Congress in the fall, and I expect, the presidency two years later.

The U.S., along with Israel, makes war on Muslims who, with an estimated 1.9 billion adherents, comprise nearly 25 percent of the world population. We have turned many in the Muslim world into our enemies. The Muslim world does not hate us for our values. It hates our hypocrisy. It hates our racism, our refusal to honor their political aspirations, our lethal attacks and military occupations and our crippling sanctions. Muslims express the rage felt by Guatemalans, Cubans, Congolese, Brazilians, Argentines, Indonesians, Panamanians, Vietnamese, Cambodians, Filipinos, North and South Koreans, Chileans, Nicaraguans and Salvadorans – those Frantz Fanon called “the wretched of the earth.” They too were slaughtered by our high-tech military machine and subjugated, humiliated, forced to accept U.S. hegemony and killed in our clandestine torture centers or by CIA-backed assassins.

No one is held accountable. The CIA blocked all investigations into its torture program, including destroying videotape evidence of interrogations involving torture and classifying nearly all of the 6,900-page report by the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence that examined the CIA’s post-9/11 program of detention, torture and other abuse of detainees.

Biden goes to Saudi Arabia and Israel as a supplicant. As a presidential candidate, he called Saudi Arabia a “pariah” and vowed to make it “pay the price” for Khashoggi’s murder. But with the rising price of oil, Biden is whitewashing the murder, along with the humanitarian disaster the Saudis have caused in Yemen, imploring the Saudis to increase output, a plea Prince Salman has rejected. Similarly, Biden is weak in Israel, powerless against the expansion of Jewish settlements and assaults on Palestinians, and unwilling to move the U.S. Embassy back to Tel Aviv from Jerusalem, a move by the Trump administration that violates international law. Biden’s staff was reduced to pleading with the Israelis not to embarrass him as they did during his 2010 visit as vice president. During his 2010 visit, Israel announced it was building 1,600 new Jewish-only houses in illegal settlements in occupied East Jerusalem. The Obama White House angrily condemned “the substance and timing of the announcement.”

How can the U.S. bar Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela from a summit of the Americas in Los Angeles and embrace the Saudi regime and the Israeli aparatheid state? How can it decry the war crimes of Russia and unleash industrial violence on the Mulism world? How can it plead for the 12 million Uyghurs, mostly Muslim, living in Xinjiang, and ignore the Palestinians? How can it justify another “preemptive war,” this time against Iran? The duplicity is not lost on most of the world. They know who we are. They know that in our eyes they are unworthy. Our inevitable demise on the world stage is cheered by the majority of the planet. The tragedy is that, as we go down, we are determined to take so many others down with us.


Iran Warns Britain Will ‘Pay’ For Undermining Its Security

Iran has warned Britain it will “pay” for what it labelled its actions to destabilise the Islamic republic in the protests sparked by Mahsa Amini’s death, state media reported Wednesday.

Intelligence Minister Esmail Khatib also accused Iran’s major regional rival Saudi Arabia of financing media outlets behind the wave of unrest, now in its eighth week, state news agency IRNA reported.

Iran says Britain harbours hostile Persian-language media reporting on the protests sparked by the death of Amini, 22, following her arrest by the morality police for an alleged breach of Iran’s dress code for women.

“In recent events, the involvement of the British in the propaganda, and the Saudi regime in the financing, was more than obvious,” the minister was quoted as saying.

“Unlike Britain, we will never support terrorist acts and insecurity in other countries, but we will have no obligation to prevent the emergence of insecurity in these countries,” he said.

“Thus the United Kingdom will pay for its actions to make Iran insecure.”

Khatib said the London-based, Persian-language TV channel Iran International had been declared a “terrorist organisation” whose “agents will be prosecuted by the intelligence ministry”.

Dozens of people, mainly demonstrators but also members of the security forces, have been killed in the wave of protests, which Iranian authorities call “riots”, and in the state’s crackdown on them.

Iran’s foreign ministry early last month summoned the UK ambassador to protest “the interference of the British Foreign Office in the internal affairs of Iran, by resorting to false and provocative interpretations”.

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Tehran warns Biden that if US strikes Iranian soil in retaliation for death of three soldiers the Islamist regime will hit back at American targets across the Middle East - sparking all-out war between the foes

  • Tehran has told Washington, via intermediaries, that it will attack U.S. targets in the Middle East if the Pentagon launches strikes on Iranian soil
  • Joe Biden on Tuesday said that he had made up his mind about how to respond to Sunday's killing of three U.S. service members by an Iranian-backed militia
  • The strikes are expected to take place over time, and in waves: targets could include Iranian naval vessels in the Persian Gulf, or a cyberattack

By Harriet Alexander For Dailymail.com

Published: 00:29 GMT, 31 January 2024
Iran has told the United States through intermediaries that any strike on its own soil would cross a red line and provoke reprisals on American targets in the region, according to a report.

The grim warning came as the world holds its breath to see how Joe Biden will respond to the killing of three U.S. soldiers by Iranian-backed militias.

Biden on Tuesday said he had already made his decision regarding reprisals for the deaths on Sunday - but did not disclose what it was.

He spent Monday sequestered with his military and national security advisers weighing up a range of options drawn up and debated over decades: among them striking Iranian assets in the Persian Gulf; taking on Iran-backed militias in Syria and Iraq; launching a cyberattack and - the most fraught option - launching strikes on Iranian territory, to take out commanders and key military sites.

On Tuesday, The Guardian reported that Tehran has told Washington via intermediaries that if it strikes Iranian territory directly, Tehran will itself hit back at American assets in the Middle East.

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the Supreme Leader of Iran, is seen on January 16 addressing Iranian clerics. Iran has reportedly warned the US not to strike targets within Iranian territory

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the Supreme Leader of Iran, is seen on January 16 addressing Iranian clerics. Iran has reportedly warned the US not to strike targets within Iranian territory

Iranian officials have insisted they did not order the strikes which killed three U.S. soldiers, but are known to supply and fund the groups that did

Iranian officials have insisted they did not order the strikes which killed three U.S. soldiers, but are known to supply and fund the groups that did.

Simulation shows NUCLEAR HELL would be unleashed in apocalyptic Iran vs. Israel war

04/14/2024 // Ethan Huff /

Should the war of all wars between Israel and Iran truly go hot, it will unleash an apocalyptic hell upon the world, sparking World War III, a new simulation depicts.

Described in one media report as bringing the world to the "gates of hell," an Israel versus Iran war would quickly go nuclear, leading to mass death and destruction at an exponential rate.

The destruction of both nations is certain, the simulation shows. And many other surrounding nations, and eventually the rest of the world, would also feel its effects to an unprecedented degree.

The entire Middle East would be reduced to rubble. Then, as the conflict spirals outward from there, entire nations would collapse.

It would start with tit-for-tat missile strikes between the two nations. Then Israel would wage war on Iranian proxies such as Hezbollah and Hamas. Houthis would then fire at ships in the Red Sea, prompting Israel to conduct a nuclear strike. Iran would then respond in kind, igniting full-scale nuclear war.

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The simulation was created by both military and security experts who say they know how the conflict would unfold. It contains a step-by-step breakdown of what would transpire and how quickly the whole thing would escalate.

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While emotions in Tel Aviv, especially among the more radical conservatives of the Israeli government, run high, and the threat of an Israeli retaliation against Iran cannot be completely discounted, the fact is the underlying policy objective of Netanyahu over the course of the past 30-plus years, namely to drag the U.S. into a war with Iran, has been put into checkmate by Iran.

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The fact that Iran has established a credible deterrence posture without disrupting major policy goals and objectives is the very definition of victory.

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Even the smallest attack by Israel will bring a ‘massive and harsh’ response, Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi has warned. Speaking at an army parade at a barracks near Tehran on Wednesday, Raisi said that if any move was made against Iran by the ‘Zionist regime’ they would retaliate. The country continues to brace for a potential backlash from Israel. - RT News.

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How Iran attacks exposed Israel's weakness

[David Hearst

15 April 2024 11:57

A missile is launched during a military exercise in Isfahan, Iran, on 28 October 2023 (Reuters)
sraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu knew exactly what he was doing when he ordered the attack on the Iranian consulate in Damascus two weeks ago, killing Iran’s top soldier Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Zahedi, among other Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) commanders.

This attack went well beyond the existing tactics of limiting the arms flow to Hezbollah, the Lebanese movement, or pushing back Iranian-backed groups from its northern border.

This was an attempt to eliminate the Iranian leadership in Syria.

After six months, the war in Gaza is going badly. Israeli ground forces are facing stubborn Palestinian resistance which shows no sign of surrendering or fleeing, amid the biblical scale of destruction and the real suffering of its people.

If anything, the mood among Hamas fighters has hardened. They feel they have survived the worst and have nothing to lose. The people of Gaza have not turned against them and the occupation of Rafah, they claim, would make no difference to them. They pour scorn on Israel counting Hamas' strength in battalions. After such an onslaught, they have a limitless supply of recruits and weapons.

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Iran's strike on Israel from three camera angles

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Press TV reports all of Iran's hypersonic missiles hit intended targets in Israel

The report did not specify which facilities in Israel had been attacked with hypersonic missiles

DUBAI, April 15. /TASS/. All hypersonic missiles used in Tehran’s strikes on Israel evaded air defense systems and hit their intended targets, Iranian state-run Press TV said.

It did not specify which facilities in Israel had been attacked with hypersonic missiles. On Sunday, Press TV reported that the Iranian armed forces had used at least seven hypersonic missiles in a strike on Israel’s Nevatim airbase. According to a statement by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), the airbase remains operational despite "minor" damage.

On the evening of April 13, Iran launched drones and missiles toward Israel in response to what it called "repeated crimes" from Tel Aviv, including the attack on the consular office of the Iranian Embassy in Damascus ascribed to Israel. Tehran’s state-run media outlets said that military facilities in Israel were targeted. The IDF claimed it intercepted 99% of the nearly 300 projectiles launched at Israel with minor damage caused to the IDF’s Nevatim airbase. Israel did not report any fatalities or serious injuries.

Iran says ‘no external aggression’ following mysterious drone attack

The incident was reported by western media as an Israeli attack on the Islamic Republic

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APR 19, 2024

(Photo credit: AP)

Iranian air defenses intercepted a domestic drone attack on the cities of Isfahan and Tabriz early on 19 April.

Video shows the moment Iran's air defense shot down several mini quadcopters near Isfahan. pic.twitter.com/93dwwtAzPz

— Press TV :small_red_triangle_down: (@PressTV) April 19, 2024

Iranian officials said military and nuclear facilities were safe and that there was no damage.

“The sound was related to Isfahan's air defense systems firing at suspicious objects and we have not had any damage or accident,” said Iranian army commander Siavash Mihandoust.

State news outlet IRNA reported that “the city and province of Isfahan are in a normal condition” after the downing of the three drones.

Iranian sources told Al-Mayadeen that “no external aggression on Iran occurred after Friday midnight” and that “what is being circulated about an Israeli attack on Iran are lies and are part of a misinformation war.”

Iran’s Al-Alam news site also confirmed that “no external” attack had taken place.

After the incident, the New York Times (NYT) cited three unnamed Iranian officials that an airbase in Isfahan was attacked, adding that the official refrained from mentioning who was behind the attack. Two Israeli officials told the NYT that Israel struck Iran early on Friday morning. CNN also cited a US official saying Israel attacked Iran.

“Until this moment, there has been no air attack from outside the borders to Isfahan or other parts of the country … there was only a failed and humiliating attempt to fly quadcopters, and the quadcopters have been shot down. The news of the American media is not true … It seems that American media has dreamed that Israel attacked Iran,” Iranian journalist Hossein Dalirian said via his social media account.

تا این لحظه، هیچ حمله هوایی از بیرون مرزها به اصفهان یا نقاط دیگر کشور نشده است و صرفا تلاش ناکام و حقیرانه‌ای با به پرواز درآوردن کوادکوپتر داشته‌اند که کوادکوپترها هم ساقط شده‌اند

خبرسازی رسانه‌های آمریکایی صحت ندارد

— Hossein Dalirian (@HosseinDalirian) April 19, 2024

بنظر می‌رسد که رسانه‌های آمریکایی خواب دیده‌اند که اسرائیل به ایران حمله کرده است؛ وگرنه حمله ناکام با چند کوادکوپتر که نهایتا همین چند ریزپرنده هم سرنگون شدند در هیچ‌کجای جهان حمله محسوب نمی‌شود:joy:

— Hossein Dalirian (@HosseinDalirian) April 19, 2024

In response to a question from Iranian media on whether Iran will respond to this incident, an Iranian army commander said, “You have seen Iran’s response already.”

This incident comes two weeks after attacks by the Jaish al-Adl separatist militia against Iran, which resulted in hours-long clashes between security forces and the militant group.

The drone attack in Iran coincided with Israeli airstrikes on Syrian army positions in Syria’s southern province of Deraa. Hours before, at least 20 members of Liwa al-Quds – a pro-Syrian government faction consisting of Palestinian volunteers – were killed in an ISIS shooting and RPG attack as they were traveling on a bus in the Al-Sukhna area of the Syrian desert near Homs.

Tel Aviv has vowed to respond to Iran’s Operation True Promise, which saw hundreds of Iranian drones and missiles target Israel last weekend as a retaliation to the Israeli strike on Tehran’s consulate in Damascus at the start of April.

Israel’s allies, including Washington, have been calling for a limited Israeli response over fears of an unprecedented regional escalation. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu asserted on 17 April that Israel will make its own decisions regarding the response.

Iran has repeatedly warned since its operation against Israel that any response will be met with ten times the force of last weekend’s operation.

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Jon Elmer takes a look at videos from the Lebanese resistance organization Hizballah in Lebanon.