Reports: Israel to create a military strike against Iran without informing Washington in advance time

28/02/2012 10:44

Israeli aircraftErbil, February 28 (AKnews) – An intelligence source U.S., Israeli officials confirmed that they will not inform Washington in advance if they decided to direct “preemptive military strike,” Iran’s nuclear facilities. quoted BBC source as saying that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barack moved messages to this effect for a number of senior U.S. officials who have visited Israel recently, including the Chief of Staff Martin Dempsey and National Security Adviser Tom Donilon and Director of the CIA and the number of members of Congress. indicated the station that “Israeli officials said that if they decided to strike Iran Vsictmon it for Americans to reduce the potential accused Washington of failing to prevent an Israeli attack. and the BBC said, citing analysts that top U.S. officials tried through rounds of talks recently with the Israeli side, reduce the “trust gap” between the United States and Israel on how to deal with Iran’s nuclear ambitions. She said that several reports confirmed The Washington tried over the past months to convince Israel that the military strike will have a temporary effect on the Iranian nuclear program. and the United States announced it had no information on whether Tehran has decided to launch the military use of nuclear material available to them any converted into a bomb or missile warhead nuclear. The White House declined to comment on these leaks, which analysts say will increase the concern of U.S. officials and push them to further high-level talks with Israel. and followed the BBC to say that the reports had confirmed that Israeli officials frustrated especially after the visit of U.S. national security adviser. as Israeli officials have reached to the conclusion that they have to take military action unilaterally against Iran. During the next two weeks will be Ehud Barak in Washington talks with senior officials and congressmen. will also visit Netanyahu in Washington for talks with U.S. President. It is worth mentioning that the talks he held a delegation of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) last week in Tehran, Iran accused the agency of failing to cooperate on its nuclear program, expressing “serious concerns about possible military dimensions” to Tehran’s nuclear activities. Open: Fadi Zeidan