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Saber Rattling between Tehran and Jerusalem

Apr 08, 2010

The Israelis are reported to be saying that they will attack Iran by November of this year unless there are "crippling sanctions" placed upon Iran that disables its nuclear program.

Israel will be compelled to attack Iran’s nuclear weapons facilities by this November unless the U.S. and its allies enact “crippling sanctions that will undermine the regime in Tehran,” former deputy defense minister Brig. Gen. Ephraim Sneh said on Wednesday in Tel Aviv.

In an Op-Ed in the Israeli left-wing daily, Haaretz, Sneh argues that Iran will probably have “a nuclear bomb or two” by 2011.

“An Israeli military campaign against Iran’s nuclear installations is likely to cripple that country’s nuclear project for a number of years. The retaliation against Israel would be painful, but bearable.”


Bearable? My definition of "bearable" is that which pertains to a bear, namely, the Persian bear of Daniel 7:5. See my booklet, The 1986 Vision of the Two Gulf Wars, where I saw two "bears" representing two Gulf Wars. The first was fulfilled in great detail. The second is ongoing and will not end until Jerusalem is destroyed.

News reports say that Iran will strike back if attacked by either America or the Israelis.


The chances are quite good that this war will ultimately involve nuclear materials. If and when this happens, we will all need some potassium iodate for a few weeks or months to prevent the destruction of our thyroid gland.

I have advertised this in the past and still have some for sale. I posted some information on this some time ago and offered it for $20/bottle.


Because of the lull where the threat of war has died down some in the past year, the price of potassium iodate is down a bit. I can send it to you now for $15/bottle, postage paid.

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