Mossad Chef: Vor 2015 kann der Iran, keine Atom Bombe bauen
Iran cannot build nuclear bomb before 2015, Israeli ex-spy chief
(Mirror) Iran’S plans to build a nuclear bomb have been delayed by at least
four years, it was claimed last night.
Ex-Mossad spy chief Meir Dagan told an Israeli newspaper “unspecified
measures” were the cause. Iran has blamed Israel for disrupting its
project, which it insists will produce electricity. Three Iranian
scientists have been killed in recent years and a computer worm has caused
In 2009, Israel said Iran could build a bomb by 2011 but now cabinet
minister Moshe Yaalon has said Israel “should not hurry to attack”, as the
project will not be finished before 2015. Israel backs diplomatic efforts
to curb the project but has not ruled out a military strike.
(b) EU überlässt Besichtigung von Atomanlagen der IAEA:
(c) Mossad chief: Iran won’t go nuclear before 2015 :
Kommentar: Was für eine peinliche Show, gegen den Iran seit Jahren und immer von den selben Betrugs Zirkeln der NATO.
Ex-CIA officer faces up to 120 years for leaking secrets
(IntelNews) A former CIA officer, who sued the Agency after he was fired,
was arrested last Thursday in St. Louis, Missouri on charges of leaking
classified information about a botched CIA covert operation in Iran.
There is no information on the indictment about the recipient of the
information that was leaked by Jeffrey Alexander Sterling, who worked for
the CIA from 1993 until 2002. But it is common knowledge Sterling spoke to
James Risen, a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist for The New York Times. In
2002, Risen wrote an article about Sterling’s lawsuit, in which the
plaintiff claimed he was told by his superiors that he was “too big and
black” to operate covertly overseas. According to the indictment, in 2003,
after Sterling’s lawsuit was thrown out on national security grounds, he
started leaking information (presumably to Risen), which he had gathered
while working for the CIA’s Iran Task Force. Risen reportedly tried to
publish Sterling’s disclosures, but The New York Times declined to print
them, after its editors were warned by the White House that they would be
severely detrimental to national security.
Risen held on to the information, and published it in his 2006 book State
of War: The Secret History of the CIA and the Bush Administration. In
chapter 9 of the book, he details a botched operation by the Iran Task
Force to pass to the Iranians a series of faulty nuclear bomb design
documents. To do this, the CIA apparently recruited a Russian former
nuclear scientist, who had defected to the United States. The unnamed
scientist was told to travel to Vienna, Austria, in early 2000, and offer
to sell the documents to the Iranians. But the documents contained a
Geheimdienste beraten über Irans Atombombe: Militärschläge, Cy
(RP online) Wie könnte der befürchtete Bau iranischer Nuklear-Spreng
verhindert werden? Diese brisante Frage wurde am Montag gleichermaße
Vertretern westlicher Geheimdienste in Berlin und Washington gestell
nachdem Teheran am Wochenende einen wesentlichen Fortschritt in sein
es behauptete, zivilen Atomprogramm verkündet hat.