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Obama Selling Out Israel to Iran

March 31, 2012

BOMBSHELL BETRAYAL: Obama Leaking Info to Media to Thwart Israeli Strike and Protect Iran’s Nuclear weapons Program

Iran’s plan for a second Holocaust must be stopped John Bolton

The Obama administration is leaking information to pressure Israel not to bomb Iran. Enemy in the White House. Not only is Obama an anti-semite, he is anti-American (anti-freedom). His islamophiliac policies compromise American security. Iran is clearly an American threat. They have been at war with us since ’79. Israel was willing to do the heavy lifting because our reckless and feckless president was too weak, too compromised. But to betray an ally like this?

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Senior US officials tell ‘Foreign Policy’ “Israelis have bought an airfield and the airfield is called Azerbaijan.”

Is it any wonder that 20% of Americans think Obama is Muslim? By their fruits ye shall know him, and so we know him.

ABC is soft-selling this bombshell story, but this steaming pile of dung will expose this saboteur no matter how pretty the package the enemedia manufactures.

JERUSALEM – Two reports today about Iran’s nuclear program and the  possibility of an Israeli military strike have analysts in Israel  accusing the Obama administration leaking information to pressure Israel  not to bomb Iran and for Iran to reach a compromise in upcoming nuclear  talks.

The first report in Foreign Policy quotes anonymous American  officials saying that Israel has been given access to airbases by Iran’s  northern neighbor Azerbaijan from which Israel could launch air strikes  or at least drones and search and rescue aircraft.

The second report from Bloomberg, based on a leaked congressional  report, said that Iran’s nuclear facilities are so dispersed that it is  “unclear what the ultimate effect of a strike would be…” A strike could  delay Iran as little as six months, a former official told the  researchers.

“It seems like a big campaign to prevent Israel from attacking,”  analyst Yoel Guzansky at the Institute for National Security Studies  told ABC News. “I think the [Obama] administration is really worried  Jerusalem will attack and attack soon. They’re trying hard to prevent it  in so many ways.”

America, wake up.

Analysis: US thwarting Israeli strike on Iran YNET

Obama betraying  Israel? US making deliberate effort to hinder Iran strike by leaking  classified info, intelligence assessments, says Ron Ben-Yishai in  special Ynet report

Ron Ben-Yishai

The United States is leaking information to the media in order to avert an Israeli strike in Iran: The US Administration recently shifted into high gear in its efforts to avert an Israeli strike on Iran’s  nuclear facilities by the end of the year. The flood of reports in the  American media in recent weeks attests not only to the genuine US fear  that Israel intends to realize its threats; moreover, it indicates that the Obama Administration has decided to take its gloves off.

Indeed, in recent weeks the Administration shifted from persuasion  efforts vis-à-vis decision-makers and Israel’s public opinion to a  practical, targeted assassination of potential Israeli operations in  Iran. This “surgical strike” is undertaken via reports in the American  and British media, but the campaign’s aims are fully operational: To  make it more difficult for Israeli decision-makers to order the IDF to  carry out a strike, and what’s even graver, to erode the IDF’s capacity to launch such strike with minimal casualties.

The first and most important American objective is to eliminate  potential operational options available to the IDF and the State of  Israel. I have no intention of detailing or even hinting to the options  which the US government aims to eliminate by exposing them in the media.  A large part of the reports stem from false information or  disinformation, and there is no reason to reveal to the Iranians what’s  real and what isn’t. However, it is blatantly clear that reports in the  past week alone have caused Israel substantive diplomatic damage, and  possibly even military and operational damage.

Another Administration  objective is to convince the Israeli public that an Iran strike  (including a US attack) will not achieve even the minimum required to  justify it; that is, a delay of at least 3-5 years in Iran’s nuclear  program. A lengthy postponement would of course justify the suffering on  Israel’s home front, while a six-month delay – as argued by a US  Congress report – does not justify the risks.

The six-month figure was meant for the Israeli public, so that it would press Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak to avoid a strike, whose futility the Americans are trying to prove in  every way possible. At the same time, the campaign aims to erode the  validity of demands voiced by many members of Congress and Senate – both  Democrats and Republicans – who criticize the American president’s  inaction. The Congress report published Wednesday is maligned by several  inaccuracies, in terms of both analysis and information. However, this  makes no difference. The aim was to make headlines in the Israeli and  Washington media, rather than an in-depth analysis, which isn’t possible  as Congress researchers in Washington do not have access to all the  relevant information, fortunately.

Congress in Iran’s service

The third objective of the recent publications is to scare the  Israeli public via an apocalyptic account of possible retaliation by  Iran and its “clients.” This effort also aims to press Israeli  decision-makers not to act (including the mention in the Congress report  of the accurate fact that Israel’s home front is not adequately  prepared to sustain a blow.) Some observers would argue that these  reports are not damaging, but rather, grant the Israeli threat validity,  thereby serving Western representatives in upcoming negotiations with  Iran. So what’s wrong with that?

The damage has to do with the revelation of secret information  and assessments that would require an expensive, risky intelligence  effort for the Iranians to acquire. Indeed, the Iranians already realize  that the West and Israel possess plenty of up-to-date information on  Iran’s nuclear project, including centrifuge workshops in Tehran homes.  The Ayatollah regime can also predict possible attack routes and methods  by Israel and the US.מפת הכורים הגרעיניים באיראן. גבול אזרבייג'אן מצפון-מערב

A map of Iran’s nuclear facilities

However, any rookie intelligence officer knows that there is a  huge difference between unconfirmed estimates and solid facts or IDF  aims and capabilities. Any Iranian intelligence analyst who reads the  latest US Congress report or the Foreign Policy report will find  invaluable information there. The overwhelming majority of the  information has already been published, yet instead of forcing the  Iranians to piece together all the assessments themselves, the Congress  report offers them everything in one place, including detailed analysis.

Fortunately, as noted, Congress researchers and those who leaked  the information to them apparently have some trouble in terms of  reading comprehension.

Betraying an ally

To sum up, the American publications caused the following damage:

  • Iran now has a decent picture of what Israel’s and America’s  intelligence communities know about Tehran’s nuclear program and defense  establishment, including its aerial defenses.
  • The Iranians now know about the indications that would be perceived  by Washington and Jerusalem as a “nuclear breakthrough”. Hence, Iran can  do a better job of concealment.
  • The reports make it more difficult to utilize certain operational  options. These options, even if not considered thus far, could have been  used by the US in the future, should Iran not thwart them via  diplomatic and military means.

Needless to say, this is not how one should be treating an ally,  even if this is a relationship between a superpower and a satellite  state. The targeted assassination campaign currently undertaken by the  US government also sharply contradicts President Obama’s declaration at  the AIPAC Conference, whereby he and the US recognize Israel’s sovereign  right to defend itself by itself. One cannot utter these words and a  moment later exposes Israel’s vulnerabilities and possible strike routes  to its enemies.Indeed, there is a difference between legitimate persuasion  efforts and practical steps to thwart Israeli plans and eliminate them.

For a total of seven years, I served as Yedioth Ahronoth’s  reporter in Washington, so I know very well that with a few exceptions,  the US Administration knows how to prevent leaks to the media if it so  wishes. This is the case even when dealing with former officials, and  most certainly when dealing with current government officials. What we  are seeing here is not a trickle of information, but rather, a powerful  current, a true flood that leaves no doubt as to the existence of an  orchestrated media campaign with clear aims.

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