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Intelligence officials from Israel, Egypt, Jordan and the U.S. held a meeting last week to discuss specific responses to Iranian retaliatory attacks during a potential war with Tehran, WND has learned.

A senior Egyptian intelligence official told WND the main talks, which took place in Amman, revolved around the possibility of Iranian-directed Palestinian and Islamic attacks against Israel, Egypt and Jordan during a possible future war with Iran.

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http://www.thejerusalemgiftshop.com/israelnews/iranian-threat/58-iran-threatens/2253-israel-arab-countries-plan-for-war-with-iran.html

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As corrupt as some Arab countries I doubt they would help Israel or discuss this with them.
"If I were an Arab leader, I would never sign an agreement with Israel. It is normal; we have taken their country. It is true God promised it to us, but how could that interest them? Our God is not theirs. There has been Anti - Semitism, the Nazis, Hitler, Auschwitz, but was that their fault ? They see but one thing: we have come and we have stolen their country. Why would they accept that?"

David Ben Gurion (the first Israeli Prime Minister): Quoted by Nahum Goldmann in Le Paraddoxe Juif (The Jewish Paradox), pp121.

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That sounds about right. Those nations specifically hate the I.R whilst not being too opposed to talk with Israel. Both of these nations have relations, and this topic is specifically about an Iranian retaliatory attack.

As long as Iran confines its attack to her attackers, they should maintain their silence.


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If any of these nations let Israel use their airspace, Iran should make an example out of them by destroying their industries.

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Lets not forget that even Syria the most anti-Israel of the Arab states have several times collaborated with Israel behind other allies back to get the least punishment by Israel in losing warfare... This is normal weak Arab state's collaboration for their own survival.

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As corrupt as some Arab countries I doubt they would help Israel or discuss this with them.

Egypt and Jordan are openly pro-Zionist, specially Egypt.
East Kurdistan is still Iranian, the rest of Kurdistan will be Iranian again. Pan-Turkists burn in hell!

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pay attention to the source of that news!

Warning: Source is Zionist

I am surprised how some members here have not understood that there is a lot of disinformation against Iran recently (in fact for the past several years) specifically from Zionist sources.

As a rule, take with a ton of salt any news against Iran with dubious/unknown sources. Who was the senior Egyptian intelligence official? Why wasn't this reported by more reputable sources? What would be the effect of such news except trying to bundle Arabs with Israel against Iran and division between Iranians and Arabs?

News is not just to be read and accepted, you owe it to yourselves, especially as intelligent Iranians, to analyze it before you swallow it as facts as most people do.

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That is true catsoo, we must not buy everything we read just because it fitz some alleged puzzle inside our mind. But its not unnormal that states like Egypt and Syria have to collaborate with Israel because of political or economical pressure or something like that. Its not that they want to cooperate with their real enemy, but they are in deep sh.... with their own problems. If not for money for such and tourism, Egypt's economy would collapse. One misinformation campaign program by US and the Zionist media would be enough to finish them. They are really a very dependent nation.
Last Edit: December 28, 2009, 08:12:40 PM by maiser

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I believe that it sounds somewhat realistic.. namely the idea that the four nations are discussing what to do about retaliatory attacks. Also, Egypt is probably on the worst terms with revolutionary Iran out of all Arab states along with Saudi Arabia, but Egypt maintains the geographical distance not to care too much for the regional consequences.

It doesn't state that all four are colluding about a first strike, and the article states that it doesn't address the initiation of the war.

The U.S and Israel always do contingency planning. This act itself could be a form of grey propaganda to serve the purpose of putting pressure on Iran.

There have been various periods where there has been a media blitz regarding a nearing Israeli strike, and eventually this blitz subsides until it re emerges, and it seems that it's grey propaganda that's distributed indirectly to facilitate the 'diplomatic' process... i.e putting them under pressure.

But outside reporters usually have a superficial understanding of Muslim ties.

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I believe that it sounds somewhat realistic.. namely the idea that the four nations are discussing what to do about retaliatory attacks. Also, Egypt is probably on the worst terms with revolutionary Iran out of all Arab states along with Saudi Arabia, but Egypt maintains the geographical distance not to care too much for the regional consequences.

It doesn't state that all four are colluding about a first strike, and the article states that it doesn't address the initiation of the war.

The U.S and Israel always do contingency planning. This act itself could be a form of grey propaganda to serve the purpose of putting pressure on Iran.

There have been various periods where there has been a media blitz regarding a nearing Israeli strike, and eventually this blitz subsides until it re emerges, and it seems that it's grey propaganda that's distributed indirectly to facilitate the 'diplomatic' process... i.e putting them under pressure.

But outside reporters usually have a superficial understanding of Muslim ties.

I agree. As we have said, its pretty much realistic that behind the doors these people are planning things like that, either it serves for propaganda purposes for diplomatic pressure or/and for the purpose of actually going through with the plan.

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