US Will Strike Iran if Diplomacy Fails

Successful diplomacy with a terror state? Not likely.

A senior Palestinian intelligence official said that based on meetings with American diplomats he “understood” the U.S. plans to target Iran’s suspected nuclear installations in two to three months if negotiations with Tehran don’t generate a major breakthrough.

The official, speaking to WND yesterday on condition of anonymity, said according to what he “understood,” the U.S. will “pay” for Arab support for a U.S. strike against Iran by creating a temporary Palestinian state in the Gaza Strip and most of the West Bank by next summer.

The official met last week with U.S. secretary of State Condoleezza Rice during her trip here earlier this month to prepare for a U.S.-sponsored Israeli-Palestinian summit slated for next month in which Israel is expected to outline a future Palestinian state in most of the West Bank.

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3 Responses to “US Will Strike Iran if Diplomacy Fails”

  1. michael says:

    A senior Palestinian intelligence official said
    Considering two things (the average honesty of palestinian officials, and the Bush Admin’s track record on confronting Iran with anything more than words), I’ll believe this when I see it.

  2. Beth says:

    I think the problem with President Bush bombing Iran is not so much that he doesnt want to confront Iran, but that he has no real backing. I hope that people soon realize the threat that Iran imposes on the world. We have too many bleeding heart liberals here in America who go by the motto “live and let live” and they do not see (or care) about the danger that Israel and America face if Iran is left to their own devices. Let me rephrase that……..people WILL NOT see the danger – it is very obvious, but because many people do not care about America or Israel, they close their eyes and ears to the truth.

  3. michael says:

    President Bush bombing Iran is not so much that he doesnt want to confront Iran, but that he has no real backing.

    Don’t forget, a lame duck like Bush also doesn’t need to fear the voters.

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