The Israeli regime has again threatened to attack Iran and said that it might take unilateral actions against the Islamic Republic of Iran because of the threats posed by the Iranian nuclear energy program and, as usual, the mention of the Iranian nuclear energy program is only a pretext because the nuclear energy program by Iran is no real threat for Israel.
Yesterday, the Prime Minister of the Israeli regime, Benjamin Netanyahu (some call him “Nerotanyahu”), said in an interview with CBS News that Israel might act alone and attack Iran before the United States of America will do it.
The Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, used the common phrases again and spoke about such things as the Israeli “clocks are ticking at a different pace” and that the Israeli regime would be closer to Iran and thus, they are more vulnerable. Therefore, according to the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli regime have “to address this question of how to stop Iran” and this even “perhaps before the US administration in Washington” will do this.
The Prime Minister of the Israeli regime, Benjamin Netanyahu, also said in this interview with the US news channel CBS that Iran is “edging up to the red line” but has not “crossed it yet”. The Prime Minister of Israel likes the phrases about “red lines” very much and some will probably remember his picture about the Iranian nuclear bomb.
In September last year, the Prime Minister of the Israeli regime, Benjamin Netanyahu, already spoke about a “red line” in terms of the Iranian nuclear energy program.
He demanded from the so-called international community on September 2, 2012, that they will set a “clear red line” over the nuclear energy program by the Islamic Republic of Iran. In the end of September, 2012, the US President Barack Obama said in terms of the pretext and so-called “issue” that this “issue” would concern US national security decisions and that he will “block out any noise that`s out there”.
The threats by the US administration and the Israeli regime to take military against Iran and to attack the Islamic Republic of Iran because of its nuclear energy program and the uranium enrichment that is needed for the this program.
Both Israel and the United States claim that the nuclear energy program by the Islamic Republic of Iran would also include a military component, while the Iranian administration rejects these allegation.
The Islamic Republic of Iran always says that it is committed to the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and that it has the right to use nuclear technology for peaceful purposes in its country. In addition, Iran is also a member of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
The member of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has already carried out several inspections of the nuclear facilities in the Islamic Republic of Iran and never found evidence for the claims and allegations raised by some Western governments and the Israeli regime.