Timeline of history’s greatest deception operation
August 20, 2015 by Thomas Wictor
I decided to create a timeline of the greatest deception operation in history, otherwise known as the Iranian nuclear deal. Both the Saudis and Israelis have stated in plain language that they’ll use military force to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons, and by now the Iranians know that the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) is a complete farce.
The JCPOA is like the reporting from Gaza and Yemen: It’s a ritual that nobody believes but that everybody pretends is real. To me it’s blatantly obvious that the JCPOA is designed to be so bad that it’ll give Israel and the Arab League a casus belli to attack Iran.
A few days ago I spoke to the mother of two men currently in the US Army. She said exactly what I did when I read the JCPOA: “How can anyone believe that this thing is genuine? It’s obviously a trap for Iran.”
She said something else that I thought of, that this is like General Tommy Franks carrying out the surprise attack on Iraq, March 20, 2003, while under the spotlight of world scrutiny and as “experts” belched their wildly erroneous prognostications. Saddam was caught with his pants down, a fate that will be shared by the Islamic Republic of Iran.
The reason I wrote this post is that both Israel and Saudi Arabia have sent several clear signals to Iran, in an attempt to prevent war. I’m adding my own pre-doomed effort to convince the mullahs to voluntarily relinquish power and avoid the unimaginable calamity that they’re about to bring down on their own heads.
There’s a precedent for the inevitable war with Iran: Operation Orchard (September 6, 2007), in which the Israelis penetrated deeply into Syrian territory, destroyed the nuclear site in the Deir ez-Zor region, and followed up with an air assault, all without suffering a single casualty. The attack on Iran will be exponentially more destructive, a knockout blow administered in a matter of hours.
Timeline of history’s greatest deception operation
May 19, 2009 – Jordan opened the King Abdullah Special Operation Training Center (KASOTC) to train Jordanian and international military and police forces in counter-terrorism, special operations, and unconventional warfare. It’s been called one of the best such facilities in the world.
2011 – The United Arab Emirates created the Presidential Guard, an assault unit comprised of troops from all branches of service.
The UAE Presidential Guard was formed in part by the US Marine Corps and was trained for several years by conventional and unconventional forces from nearly all industrialized nations. Equipped with helicopter gunships and light armored vehicles, the Presidential Guard also has naval capabilities to carry out its anti-piracy role.
December 15, 2011 – The Israeli Defense Forces created Depth Corps, modeled on the US Joint Special Operations Command. Depth Corps is responsible for “strategic missions far outside the borders of Israel.”
2012 – Saudi Arabia opened the Airborne School and Special Warfare Training Center in King Abdulaziz Military City, Tabuk. The Airborne Brigade had previously included three Special Forces companies; the new school is part of the kingdom’s plan to greatly expand its capabilities in unconventional warfare.
March 8, 2012 -Saudi Arabia “urgently” requested that India help establish what became the King Salman Center for Mountain Warfare in Taif. The Indian army trained the Saudis extensively in counterinsurgency and mountain warfare.
November 24, 2013 – The P5+1 nations (the US, the UK, France, China, Russia, and Germany) and the European Union signed the Joint Plan of Action with Iran, an interim agreement in which Iran received sanction relief in exchange for stopping some of its nuclear program. Negotiations continued.
March 2014 – Egypt created the Rapid Deployment Forces (RDF) based on the UAE Presidential Guard. After three training exercises with the UAE, the RDF was deployed to the Sinai Peninsula to engage Islamic State affiliates.
The UAE continues its training of the Egyptian RDF, and it’s almost certain that the unit attended the Saudi Airborne School and Special Warfare Training Center in King Abdulaziz Military City. This undated photo shows RDF troops in transit.
Egyptian bloggers say that they were on their way to Saudi Arabia. More heavily armed than Saudi or Emirati unconventional assault units, the RDF is equipped with tanks, jet fighters, helicopter gunships, and artillery.
September 6, 2014 – The IDF announced that it was training for “a very violent war” with Hezbollah. This conflict would bear no resemblance to the Gaza war. Instead, the IDF would hit Hezbollah extremely hard and quickly in order to neutralize the threat of 130,000 rockets and missiles.
September 21, 2014 – Ansar Allah—the Houthis—took over the Yemeni capital of Sana’a, leading to the collapse of the government. This Iranian-backed movement is heavily armed and comprised of Zaidi Shi’ite Muslims.
November 9, 2015 – A new Yemeni government was sworn in, but the Houthis refused to take part, claiming that President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi had armed al-Qaeda in Marib Province in order to create a rationale for a security crackdown.
January 22, 2015 – Yemen’s President Hadi and his cabinet resigned. The Houthis declared themselves the new leaders of Yemen.
February 6, 2015 – The Houthis dissolved the Yemeni parliament and established the Revolutionary Committee as the new government of Yemen. Its president was Mohammed Ali al-Houthi.
February 12, 2015 – Al-Qaeda took over a Yemeni military base in Shabwa, Yemen. The terrorists seized large amounts of heavy weapons.
February 21, 2015 – Yemeni president Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi escaped from house arrest in Sana’a and fled to Aden, where he reversed his resignation and declared the former government back in power. Aden was designated the provisional capital.
February 21, 2015 – A video taken in Iraqi Kurdistan shows two foreign special operators advising the Peshmerga. They were the only ones wearing ear protection and microphones, and their rifles were on single-point slings, a hallmark of operators. The man on the left had an Egyptian uniform, while the one on the right was dressed in regulation IDF clothing. His keffiyeh was blue and white.
March 19, 2015 – Saudia Arabia and Pakistan began military exercise Al-Samsam 5 in Saudi Arabia.
March 19, 2015 – Troops loyal to Yemeni President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi defeated rebels fighting for former dictator Ali Abdullah Saleh. The Houthis then bombed Hadi’s compound with jet fighters.
March 20, 2015 – The Islamic State carried out four suicide bombings at mosques in the Yemeni capital of Sana’a, killing 142. In response, the Houthis mobilized for war.
March 22, 2015 – The Houthis began a massive offensive against the government of Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, carrying out long-range assaults by motorized ground transport and helicopter. This attack raced southward from Sana’a to Aden. Revolutionary Committee militias and Saleh loyalists including the Republican Guard joined the Houthis.
At the same time, the Houthis and government-loyal troops also clashed with al-Qaeda and the Islamic State, both of which control large parts of Yemen. On March 26, Hadi fled Yemen to Saudi Arabia, and the Houthis took over nearly all of Aden.
Only Little Aden (red arrow) and Crater (green arrow) remained in control of government-loyal troops, the Southern Movement, and armed civilians.
March 26, 2015 – Saudi Arabia—leading a coalition that included the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, and Senegal—began Operation Decisive Storm. Saudi and Egyptian naval vessels provided fire support for Crater and Little Aden, while Coalition jet fighters carried out air strikes. The pro-Hadi forces were resupplied by sea and by air drops. Contrary to nearly all reporting, the initial phase of Operation Decisive Storm was to protect the two pockets of resistance that remained in southern Yemen. The goal was not to defeat the Houthis with air strikes.
While Houthi capabilities were degraded, Saudi Arabia and the UAE trained tens of thousands of Yemeni soldiers, tribal fighters, and special operators in long-range desert combat based on the British model of the World War II Special Air Service (SAS).
March 28, 2015 – President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud of Somalia opened his nation’s airspace, territorial waters, and land to the Coalition. Somalia’s official position is that the Houthis must be prevented from taking over Yemen.
March 28, 2015 – The Coalition bombed a military base after the Houthis set up long-range intercontinental ballistic missiles aimed at Aden and unspecified countries in the Middle East. Iranian experts had arrived to work on the missiles.
April 1, 2015 – Pakistan announced that it had sent 800 troops to Saudi Arabia, but none were from the combat arms. In reality the troops were engineer commandos, special operators trained in stealth and how to blow up everything they encounter.
They underwent over a month of training in mountain and urban warfare, as well as long-range incursions via motorized transport.
April 1 to April 10, 2015 – The Azerbaijan Air Force took part in its first-ever multilateral combat search and rescue (CSAR) exercise.
Azerbaijan is training to rescue downed pilots while under fire. In around 2012 the Azeris granted Israel the use of their air bases.
April 1, 2015 – The Arab League announced the formation of a Rapid Reaction Force of 40,000 men. Comprised mainly of Egyptians, Saudis, and Moroccans, it’ll be based in Egypt and have an air command, a naval command, and a land operations command. The land forces will include a special-operations command, a rapid reaction force, and a rescue operations command. These three advanced units will be provided by Morocco, Jordan, and the UAE.
The AN-124 is used to transport heavy weapons such as helicopter gunships, missiles, and tanks. Antonov Airlines is regularly chartered by the armed forces of most nations when they need to ship equipment for wars or exercises.
April 11, 2015 – Yemeni Foreign Minister Riyad Yasin authorized the Coalition to implement a naval blockade of Yemen. Ships loaded with aid would be allowed through. The blockade is to prevent Iran from rearming the Houthis. As in Gaza, “human rights” groups immediately began lying about it.
April 11, 2015 – Pro-Hadi forces in Aden captured two Iranian Quds Force officers advising the Houthis. They were turned over to the Saudis. The Quds Force is the unit within the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps that carries out extraterritorial operations.
April 20, 2015 – A gigantic explosion occurred at a military base near Faj Attan, in the Yemeni capital of Sana’a.
The explosion was so powerful that the shock wave broke the camera and knocked down the man holding it even though he was 1.5 miles (2.4 kilometers) away. This was a primary explosion, meaning that the fireball and smoke-debris towers—which reached over 2000 feet (610 meters) in height—were created by the weapon itself. No known munition is capable of such a blast.
It appears that the bomb was a hypersonic, rocket-powered bunker buster with a thermobaric explosive, the high-velocity penetrating weapon (HVPW).
The explosion was clearly a demonstration, since it was filmed by no less than seven cameras pointed at precisely the right place. All the cameramen had advance notice. Also, the date of April 20 is Adolf Hitler’s birthday, a perfect message to Iran. Israel most likely developed the HVPW using Saudi, Emirati, and Omani funding. The HVPW was almost certainly dropped by a newly created, secret strategic bomber. More on that later.
April 20 to April 30, 2015 – The Israeli Air Force trained in how to defeat the Russian S-300 surface-to-air missile. Russia had sold the weapon to Greece, and the Greeks allowed the Israelis to use the exercise INIOXOS-2015 to work out ways to overcome this missile, which is being supplied to Iran.
April 21, 2015 – The Coalition declared Operation Decisive Storm over in Yemen, supplanted by Operation Restoring Hope. Since Houthi missile stores had been destroyed, the next phase began. Operation Restoring Hope would include the introduction of Arab special operators and Yemeni troops trained in Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
May 2, 2015 – Pakistan announced that it had turned down a Saudi request for troops to fight in Yemen. However, the Pakistani engineer commandos remained in Saudi Arabia.
The Pakistanis now changed their story from “We sent noncombatants” to “Our soldiers will only guard religious sites but not fight.” This is obviously not true: Engineer commandos are specialized assault troops, not guards.
May 3, 2015 – Around fifty Yemeni special operators landed in Aden, accompanied by about fifteen members of the UAE Presidential Guard. It appears that the Yemenis organized the resistance while the Guardsmen engaged in combat with thousands of Houthis, Saleh loyalists, and Revolutionary Committee militias. The UAE Guardsmen were armed with antitank guided missiles, and they coordinated with Saudi and Pakistani UAVs serving as spotters for naval gunfire.
May 4, 2015 – Senegal announced that like Pakistan, it would send troops to Saudi Arabia to protect holy sites. This is a cover story. The Saudis can protect their own holy sites. In reality the Senegalese army is probably the best in Africa, having been thoroughly trained by the US and France in unconventional warfare. Senegalese land forces include the unique bataillons de reconnaissance et d’appui (BRA), highly mobile mechanized assault troops with massive firepower.
Dedicated special operators include the Companie de Fusilier Marine Commandos (COFUMACO), the Senegalese version of US Navy SEALs.
Also the Parachute Battalion.
The paratrooper in front has been awarded wings from several countries.
There’s also a secretive Special Forces unit trained by the US, the UK, France, China, Morocco, and Tunisia.
Senegal sent a total of 2100 troops, almost certainly the Special Forces, companies of BRA, the COFUMACO, and companies of the Parachute Battalion.
May 5 to May 19, 2015 – The annual American-Jordanian military exercise Eager Lion included B-52 strategic bombers for the first time. Jordanian and Italian joint terminal attack controllers (JTACs)—air force ground troops—were trained to direct strategic bombers even though neither nation has such assets. The two B-52s flew a 35-hour nonstop round trip from Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana to Jordan and back. It’s unclear why this flight was made so unnecessarily grueling.
The B-52s attacked a target meant to represent an installation with antiaircraft positions.
During the exercise, the B-52s were accompanied by Jordanian F-16 “Wild Weasels,” aircraft used for suppression of enemy air defenses (SEAC). The red arrow indicates an AN/ASQ-213 HARM Targeting Systems (HTS) pod.
Eager Lion 2015 was a rehearsal for an attack on heavily defended facilities.
This is technically impossible, since Saudi Arabia doesn’t recognize the existence of Israel. The story is that Airbus A330-322 CS-TMT was undergoing “routine maintenance” by Bedek Aviation Group. Bedek actually specializes in converting civilian aircraft into military versions.
May 8, 2015 – Saudi Arabia announced that it had leased CS-TMT from the Portuguese company Hi-Fly, and the crew had flown the airbus to Tel Aviv without telling the Saudis. Therefore Saudi Arabia had cancelled its contract with Hi-Fly. However, in reality CS-TMT is owned by AerCap, not Hi-Fly.
AerCap is a “dry lease” outfit, meaning that they supply only the aircraft, not the crew. Therefore Saudis must have flown CS-TMT to Tel Aviv, and both Saudi Arabia and Israel had to have approved the flight. There’s absolutely no way that a Saudi airliner could enter Israeli airspace without prior permission. It’s obvious that Saudi Arabia and Israel wanted this airliner to be seen and photographed.
One of the non-executive directors of AerCap is Homaid Abdullah Al-Shemmari, a former lieutenant colonel in the UAE Air Force. Lt-Col Al-Shemmari is also on the board of directors of Advanced Military Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul Center, LLC (AMMROC), of the United Arab Emirates. AMMROC is the UAE version of Bedek Aviation Group. A joint venture with Northrop Grumman and Sikorsky, it’s considered the most advanced maintenance facility on earth. One of its services is conversions.
Since April of this year, four Israelis who don’t know each other have told me that they’ve seen two Airbus airliners flying in formation over Israel. The aircraft are white, with no markings. One of the Israelis told me that the two airliners flew out of Egypt.
Airliners NEVER fly in formation. It simply isn’t done.
My theory is that Bedek Aviation Group and AMMROC have converted Airbus A330 airliners into strategic bombers, reviving an idea that the US Air Force studied for years.
That’s the 747 Cruise Missile Carrier Aircraft (CMCA). It had nine internal rotary dispensers for up to 100 air-launched cruise missiles (ALCMs). I believe that the Israeli-Arab strategic bombers are fitted with internal rotary dispensers to carry the high-velocity penetrating weapon instead of cruise missiles. Only two such aircraft could completely destroy all of Iran’s offensive capabilities.
These bombers are protected by electronic countermeasures, either on board or supplied by escorting aircraft. Enemy air defenses are blinded or tricked into firing at mirages. The Houthis fill the sky with antiaircraft artillery (AAA), yet they haven’t hit a single Coalition aircraft.
In Exercise Eager Lion, the two B-52 strategic bombers dropped masses of 500-lb (226-kg) bombs.
There’s no chance whatsoever that the US will ever carpet bomb any nation while President Obama is in office. The B-52s in Eager Lion 2015 were stand-ins for the Israeli-Arab Airbus strategic bombers, which will unleash dozens or hundreds of high-velocity penetrating weapons on Iran’s nuclear and military facilities.
The nations that participated in Eager Lion 2015 were the US, Jordan, Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Italy, Poland, the United Kingdom, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Kuwait, Lebanon, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.
May 14, 2015 – The Chinese and Russian navies carried out their first-ever joint exercise in the Mediterranean. Part of Joint Sea 2015 was rehearsing how to protect Greece.
May 30 to June 15, 2015 – Angel Thunder 2015 was held in Mesa, Arizona. It’s the largest multinational combat search and rescue exercise in the world. For the first time, the US revealed that the secretive Israeli Unit 669 took part.
German pararescue operators (PJs) who attended Angel Thunder 2015 were in the process of growing beards.
June 4, 2015 – Saudi Arabia issued a seven-point plan for the Middle East. It includes the overthrow of the Iranian mullahs, achieving peace between Israel and the Arabs, and creating an independent Kurdistan.
June 4, 2015 – The IDF said that it has completed training for the next war with Hezbollah. All 1.5 million Lebanese civilians will be evacuated from Southern Lebanon within twenty-four hours, and then a furious air and ground assault will follow. Israeli intelligence indicates that Hezbollah is in deep trouble in Syria.
June 6, 2015 – Egypt and Russia held their first-ever joint naval exercises. Although both nations said that Friendship Bridge 2015 was entirely defensive in nature, all of the assets taking part were offensive, including the large landing ship Alexander Shabalin.
This Russian vessel is used for amphibious assaults.
June 8 to June 24, 2015 – The Saudis built a temporary port in Aden and inserted 1500 Yemenis they’d trained as special forces and equipped with mine-resistant ambush-protected vehicles (MRAPs), mortars, and antitank missiles.
June 10, 2015 – Turkey announced that 3000-5000 Turkish troops would be sent to Qatar and stationed at a new base. They would consist of land, air, naval, and special-forces units. Though the Turks said that the troops would be used in defensive counterterrorism, they are actually assault formations.
June 18, 2015 – NATO declared the Very High Readiness Joint Task Force (VJTF) operational. The creation of this 5000-man special-operations unit was personally approved by President Obama. On the day that the VJTF undertook its first public demonstration, Dutch members—men of the 11th Airmobile Brigade, who are specialists in air assaults—were in the process of growing beards.
June 24, 2015 – NATO announced that it would triple the size of its Response Force to 40,000 men, the same number as that of the Arab League Rapid Reaction Force.
July 6, 2015 – Israel announced the creation of a new commando brigade to “improve joint operations of special forces in emergency [conditions]” and serve as “decisive front lines of the IDF against future challenges of the enemy.”
An additional 300 troops in MRAPs were ferried by Coalition naval vessels across the harbor to retake Aden International Airport. UAE and Saudi special operators armed with antitank guided missiles (ATGMs) allowed these very small units to defeat much larger Houthi formations. The Coalition carried out 136 air strikes in support of the breakout.
July 14, 2015 – The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) signed by the P5+1 nations, the EU, and Iran was released. It’s a complete and total surrender to Iranian demands. Over the next month, secret side deals between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) were revealed. Iran is to pay no price for violating the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Pact, economic sanctions can never be reimposed, inspectors will not have access to many sites, and Iran will be rewarded with hundreds of millions of dollars the day it signs the agreement.
Olli Heinonen, who was in charge of the Iran probe as deputy IAEA director general from 2005 to 2010, said he could think of no similar concession with any other country.
Each time the Iranians backtrack and change the negotiated terms of the agreement, the P5+1 nations casually or strenuously agree to the transgression. The JCPOA would be suicidal if real. However, each passing day shows that it’s actually kabuki. Nobody is expressing alarm because everybody knows what will happen as soon as the agreement is signed and the money begins to flow into Iran. Only the mullahs and their lackeys refuse to believe that they’ve been sentenced to annihilation.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif exemplifies the mood in Tehran.
July 15, 2015 – Jade Helm 15 began in the US. Called the largest special-operations exercise in American history, it involves 1200 soldiers training for two months across seven states.
Conspiracy theorists lost their minds, completely unaware that they’d been brilliantly distracted. While the piddling Jade Helm 15 is underway, massive air assaults involving up to 100 helicopters are being rehearsed in the American Southwest. Four independent witnesses—three of them active-duty US military servicemen—told me of seeing as many as fifty gunships firing live ammunition as troop transports landed and took off again. The nocturnal exercises lasted about two weeks and took place in mountainous deserts filled with abandoned hard-rock mines.
Many of these mines are fortified with concrete and go down hundreds of feet. They’re perfect for practicing an assault on underground facilities.
Beginning in early summer, Air France Airbus A380 jets began flying over my house.
They traveled eastward on the JANET route, from Los Angeles International Airport toward the Nevada National Security Site. There are no civilian airports in this direction that can handle the massive A380. The only facilities available are military. I believe that these airliners were carrying Arab and Israeli troops who rehearsed the upcoming assault on Iran in terrain that exactly matches the target area.
July 18, 2015 – The Saudis brought Yemen’s foreign minister and head of national security back to their nation, landing them at the airport. This reestablished a Yemeni government presence.
July 19, 2015 – Israel and Greece signed a status of forces agreement (SOFA). The only other SOFA Israel has is with the US. Israel can now station personnel in Greece.
July 20, 2014 – The IDF revealed the existence of the “Wild,” a tank destroyer that had seen combat for thirty-three years but had remained a complete secret the entire time.
This revelation was intended to make people ask, “What else do they have that we don’t know about?”
July 23, 2015 – Yemeni troops and the Southern Resistance began to advance north of Aden.
July ? to ?, 2015 – In complete secrecy, the UAE landed at least one armored brigade in Aden. Although the nation has landing craft, the main battle tanks, infantry fighting vehicles, MRAPs, light armored cars, mortar carriers, and self-propelled artillery numbered in the hundreds.
Operation security (OPSEC) remains airtight. Nobody knows how the UAE did it. My guess is that the Russians supplied their large landing ships (LLSs).
July 31, 2015 – Egypt and Saudi Arabia signed the Cairo Declaration, pledging closer military ties.
August 3, 2015 – The Emirati armored brigade broke out of Aden and headed toward Sana’a, the Houthi capital. About 1500 Yemeni mechanized infantry accompanied the Emiratis. They were trained and equipped by the UAE over the previous five months.
August 4, 2015 – A large Yemeni force with attached Saudi special operators invaded Yemen through the al-Wadiya border post. Consisting of main battle tanks, infantry fighting vehicles, MRAPs, and armored cars, the unit may number up to 150,000 men. Operation Golden Arrow is the name of the ground war. Like the UAE amphibious landing, this invasion remains a closely guarded secret.
August 13, 2015 – The Islamic State used mustard gas against Kurdish forces. Military analysts claimed that the terrorists could have found the chemical weapons in Iraq or Syria, but in reality someone had to have trained the Islamic State in how to use mustard gas. Simply handling the shells or rockets requires great skill. The only regional actor with the capability and motivation to train the Islamic State in the use of chemical weapons is Iran.
Why would Iran arm and train the Islamic State? Because by making the Islamic State more dangerous, Iran hopes that more nations will request Iranian protection. It’s a classic organized-crime extortion tactic. The Iranians arm and train Sunni Hamas, the Sunni Taliban, and Sunni al-Qaeda. Sunni Fatah in the West Bank is hoping to improve relations with Iran.
August 13, 2015 – Kuwait seized three gigantic arms caches smuggled into the country from Iran. The weapons were intended for a local terror cell.
August 16, 2015 – An Islamic State blueprint for taking over the world was published in Pakistan.
In response to the document, a senior ranking Israeli official said that in the Middle East the world faces two threats – from Islamic State and from Iran. “We need not strengthen one at the expense of the other. We need to weaken both and prevent the aggression and arming of both,” he warned.
Thus the Israelis confirm that the war will destroy both the Iranian mullacracy and the Islamic State.
August 17 to August 28, 2015 – After an absence of almost ten years, Israel returned to the multilateral military exercise Red Flag, held at Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada. This year, Israeli and Jordanian jets flew to Nellis together for the first time. The Jordanian fighters were refueled in flight by Israeli tankers.
At Red Flag, various operations are practiced in the mountains and deserts of Nevada.
August 20, 2015 – The Iranian Quds Force directed a Palestinian Islamic Jihad rocket attack on Israel from Syria. Israel retaliated with artillery and air strikes.
Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon warned the rocket fire was merely a “coming attraction” for future Iranian-funded attacks on Israel. With sanctions relief as part of the Iran nuclear deal, Tehran will increase support for its Middle East proxies, he maintained.
“What we have seen tonight is just a coming attraction for a richer and more murderous Iran,” Ya’alon said in a statement.
“This is the intention of the bloody regime from Tehran, and the Western world cannot just sweep that fact under the rug,” he added.
Nadav Pollak, a senior researcher at the Washington Institute, told The Times of Israel that the use of rockets, instead of mortar shells, was intentional.
This is a way for the [Iranian] Quds Force to say, “You know that it was us, but the rockets prove that it was,” Pollak explained.
August 21, 2015 – The Center for Strategic and International Studies revealed that for the past decade, the US has been transferring the world’s most modern weaponry to the Sunni Gulf states. Arab states are outspending Iran on weapons by a factor of ten. While talking of peace, the US is arming the Sunnis for a massively violent war.
These figures…show the sheer scale of the U.S. strategic commitment to the Gulf states, and that the U.S. has no intention of turning to Iran at the expense of the Arab states.
Given all of the above—especially the fact that President Obama as Commander-in-Chief had to have approved each of the US military actions mentioned—we can arrive at only one conclusion.
The Iranian nuclear deal is the most daring military deception operation in history. It’s intended to give Israel and the Arab League a casus belli to attack Iran and destroy the mullacracy, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps, the Quds Force, Hezbollah, Hamas, and the Islamic State.
President Obama authorized the US to provide logistical support and intelligence—targeting information—to the Coalition in Yemen. All the special operators on the ground in Yemen were trained by the US. Beginning in 2011, President Obama authorized the Pentagon to help several nations create the best assault units the world has ever seen. The Iranian-backed rebels in Yemen have about 200,000 fighters. They’re having their clocks cleaned by less than 7000 Arab, Pakistani, and African special operators.
After studying the superb planning and incredible operational skills of the Arab Coalition, I can say with confidence that the war against Iran and the Islamic State will be over quickly, and the region will begin to transform itself into a place of peaceful coexistence.
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