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Newsweek: War between Israel and Iran is a matter of time

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Newsweek: War between Israel and Iran is a matter of time

Post by rocky on Thu 12 Oct 2017, 1:59 am

Newsweek: War between Israel and Iran is a matter of time
 Wednesday, 11 October 2017 at 15:28 PM (434 views)
Newsweek: War between Israel and Iran is a matter of time


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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - US debate over Iran in recent years has been mostly about a joint work plan on a nuclear deal negotiated by former President Barack Obama, Newsweek said.

The magazine said things in the Middle East were different because at a time when America was debating Iran was moving, and Israel had been reacting by bombing sites in Syria 100 times over the past five years. The bombing was when it saw any Iranian effort to transfer high-tech equipment to Hezbollah In Lebanon.

Last month, Israel bombed the Center for Scientific Studies and Researchers in the city of Musayaf, central Syria, a military site reportedly producing chemical weapons and guided bombs.

There are reports now that Iran plans to build a military airport near Damascus, where the Iranian Revolutionary Guards can establish its presence and activity, and that the Assad regime is negotiating a naval berth in the port of Tartous and may actually deploy a squad of soldiers in Syria.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - US debate over Iran in recent years has been mostly about a joint work plan on a nuclear deal negotiated by former President Barack Obama, Newsweek said.

The magazine said things in the Middle East were different because at a time when America was debating Iran was moving, and Israel had been reacting by bombing sites in Syria 100 times over the past five years. The bombing was when it saw any Iranian effort to transfer high-tech equipment to Hezbollah In Lebanon.

Last month, Israel bombed the Center for Scientific Studies and Researchers in the city of Musayaf, central Syria, a military site reportedly producing chemical weapons and guided bombs.

There are reports now that Iran plans to build a military airport near Damascus, where the Iranian Revolutionary Guards can establish its presence and activity, and that the Assad regime is negotiating a naval berth in the port of Tartous and may actually deploy a squad of soldiers in Syria.




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