Simmering Middle East Cauldron Headed for Eventual End Time Jihad Boil!

Simmering Middle East Cauldron Headed for Eventual End Time Jihad Boil!

December 31, 2005

The Middle East is headed for a Jihad showdown that must eventually occur. The only valid question is WHEN.

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I have touted the time period 2007 to 2012 as the most likely span in which it will occur.

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The articles which follow are portions of two recent Jerusalem Post Articles that are indicative of that time span being a good guesstimate. The estimate of 2008 to 2015 for Iran

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to possess an operation nuclear warhead (See Extract 1, Paragraph 3) aligns well with my 2007 to 2012 guesstimate for a Jihad attack of 10 Arab nations against Israel. I DO NOT believe there will be a nuclear war in the Middle East.

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I do believe the 10 Arab nations will not dare to launch a conventional war against Israel, until Iran has the deterrent nuclear capability necessary to stop Israel from launching a nuclear attack against the nations of Islam.

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You will find the history of Israel’s nuclear submarine deterrent in several of our previous BLOGS and Archive Prophecy Updates, as well as the history of both Israel’s development of nuclear weaponry, and the emerging development

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of it of Iran.


Mossad Chief: Iran Two Years Away at Latest from Bomb


December 27, 2005

“Iran is one to two years away, at the latest, from having enriched uranium,” said Mossad Chief Meir Dagan during his annual report to the Knesset’s Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee late Tuesday morning.

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“From that point, the completion of their nuclear weapon is simply a technical matter.

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If Iran goes undisturbed, they will reach technical nuclear development independence in the coming months,” said Dagan.

The comments echoed those of IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Dan Halutz, who earlier this month said it is possible that Iran would be able to complete building a bomb as early as 2008 or as far as 2015.

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Just last week it was reported in the Jerusalem Post that Iran recently acquired 12 cruise missiles with a range of up to 3,000 kilometers.

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OC Intelligence Maj.-Gen. Aharon Ze’evi (Farkash) noted the missiles had the ability to carry a nuclear warhead.


Deterring the Iranian Nuclear Threat


December 3, 2005

News of Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s departure from the Likud and his establishment of the new Kadima Party may have obscured a momentous strategic development. The Jewish state seems to be establishing a second-strike capability in the event Iran becomes a nuclear power.

Not much attention was paid to Germany’s recent approval of the sale

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of two Dolphin-class submarines to Israel. The arms deal is worth about $1.2 billion, a third of which is likely to be subsidized by the German government.

The two submarines, augmenting a fleet of three similar -class submarines already owned by Israel, would have improved technology allowing them to remain submerged for longer than earlier models

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– in fact, they could stay underwater for weeks. The Dolphin-class submarine is reported to be equipped with torpedo tubes capable of launching cruise missiles carrying nuclear warheads.

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A second-strike capability, which allows a state to respond in kind after being subjected to a nuclear attack, is critical in establishing credible deterrence.

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Submarines are the main platform for any second-strike capability because of the difficulty of locating them underwater, rendering them less vulnerable to an enemy first-strike.

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Because of their presumed survivability submarines were an essential element of the nuclear triad strategy (ground, air and sea-based) employed by both the Soviet Union and the US during the Cold War.


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