When Will Israel Attack Iran?

IRAN - After a hiatus that has run much too long, nuclear talks between Iran and the P5+1 are scheduled to resume in Vienna on November 29th. This information comes from Ali Bagheri Kani, Iran’s chief nuclear negotiator. It was released by way of a tweet that read: "In a phone call with @enriquemora, we agreed to start the negotiations aiming at removal of unlawful & inhumane sanctions on 29 November in Vienna." Enrique Mora is the European Union Envoy to the talks.

The end result of these talks is almost beside the point. Iran does what Iran wants to do. Talks, negotiations, bargaining points — they are all Iranian smoke screen. Iran wants nuclear weapons. Once Iran has nuclear that capability, it will be too late. Too late for Israel, too late for the Western world. But Israel needs to address several important issues before striking at Iran’s nuclear facilities.

The Israeli military establishment has multidimensional weapons, many of which would be aptly used in an attack. Israel needs to determine exactly which of those weapons would be most effective. In making that decision, Israel needs to determine whether they want to set back Iran’s nuclear project or destroy it. The best option of all, right now, has been used before to curtail Iranian nuclear development. A cyber-hack.

For their part, Iran is goading Israel, hoping that Jerusalem will launch a conventional strike against them. They are waiting and planning. And the plan is to counterattack by launching rocketsnot only from Iran but also from Syria and from Lebanon. And they will use a full array of weapons — short-range, long-range, guided and unguided. Iran is just waiting for this opportunity. And that is why Iran has stockpiled well over 150,000 missiles and rockets in Hezbollah weapons caches.

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Why November 29th?

In Tehran, Deputy Foreign Minister Ali Bagheri, Iran's lead negotiator, confirmed the November 29 resumption of talks in Vienna. He tweeted that the date had been set in a phone call with Mora. But who came up with the date? It happens to be a very important anniversary:

"On November 29, 1947, the UN General Assembly voted in favor of a resolution, which adopted the plan for the partition of Palestine ...and most of its members recommended the establishment in the territory of Mandatory Palestine of an Arab state and a Jewish state, while internationalizing Jerusalem. [UN GENERAL ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION 181]

The adoption of the partition resolution by the General Assembly was received by the Jewish community with great joy and thousands went out to the streets to celebrate, even though it was clear that the Arab states and the Palestinian Arabs would embark on a relentless war against the realization of the plan to establish a Jewish state.

United Nations Resolution 181, resolution passed by the United Nations (UN) General Assembly in 1947 that called for the partition of Palestine into Arab and Jewish states, with the city of Jerusalem as a corpus separatum (Latin: “separate entity”) to be governed by a special international regime. The resolution—which was considered by the Jewish community in Palestine to be a legal basis for the establishment of Israel, and which was rejected by the Arab community — was succeeded almost immediately by violence.” (britannica.com)

Why draw attention to this specific date - November 29, 1947? Are we about to see major changes in the Middle East? The Middle East is central to end time events. We must watch this situation carefully!

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