Netanyahu ‘determined to attack Iran’ before US elections, claims Israel’s Channel 10
Prophecy Sign: The coming prophetic middle-east wars - Iran
Yesterday we featured a blog entry which reported on all the rhetoric coming out of Iran regarding Israel's right to exist. The Iranian bravado even went so far as to call for an Israeli attack on Iran which would then give Iran a reason to destroy Israel.
Today the rhetoric is from the other side of this mid-east conflict as recent reports suggest that the Israeli leadership seems committed to a fall strike on the Iranian nuclear facilities. The timing of this potential attack is for two reasons. First, a strike before the American presidential elections would mitigate any backlash from the less than supportive Obama administration, (Obama knows better than to alienate the mostly Democratic Jewish vote before an election). Secondly, the Iranians are busily fortifying their nuclear installations, which means that as more time passes the success of any attack diminishes.
We have noted before a prophecy of Jeremiah which seems to indicate a future attack on Iran which will lead to much destruction in Iran and many Iranian citizens scattered to all parts of the world.
This is what the Lord Almighty says: “See, I will break the bow of
( Iran), the
mainstay of their might. I will bring against Elam
the four winds from the four quarters of heaven; I will scatter them to
the four winds, and there will not be a nation where Elam’s
exiles do not go. Jeremiah 49:35-36 NIV
Netanyahu ‘determined to attack
before US elections, claims Israel’s
pushing Washington to up the
An upsurge in Israeli rhetoric warning of an imminent attack on
aimed more at Washington than Tehran,
and does not mean that the warplanes are firing up their engines. A plethora of
media reports over the past week has sent shivers through financial markets by
suggesting that Israel
might strike at Iran's
nuclear facilities ahead of U.S.
presidential elections in November. However, senior Israeli officials say a
final decision has not yet been taken, with government ministers still at
loggerheads over the issue and the military hierarchy unhappy about the
prospect of going it alone without full U.S.
backing. But if U.S. President Barack Obama does not lay out his red lines in
the coming weeks, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu may feel compelled
to act, his inner circle says.
US-Israeli deal on
No Israeli strike now if Obama pledged a spring attack
The White House this week scrambled to reconnect with Jerusalem after the Obama administration was persuaded that Israel was serious about conducting a fall military operation against Iran’s nuclear program before the Nov. 6 US presidential election - notwithstanding the heavy opposition guns firing against it at home and from Washington. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister, Ehud Barak, assisted by their newly-appointed Home Front Defense Minister, were seen deep in practical preparations for this operation and its repercussions, as well an outbreak of hostilities with Syria and Hizballah. The White House accordingly got in touch with Netanyahu’s office to find out what
must do to convince Israel
to back off.