The Hitler of Babylon

The Hitler of Babylon says things about Israel which his German teacher would have made proud. It is frightful that so few political leaders responded tot the German Hitler. Frightfully enough few political leaders respond at this moment to the king of Babylon, Ahmadinejad.
 
The Japanese Defense Minister Shigeru Ishiba heard from PM Olmert of Israel that Iran poses a threat to all Asia, including Israel. North Korea is the other country who exploits nuclear energy for evil purposes. IDF Intelligence Chief Yadlin said on Tuesday February 26 that Iran could conceivably develop a "nuclear option" within two years. The intelligence official added that the Iranians were continuing the development of nuclear material as well as nuclear weapons and will likely achieve a viable weapon in 2010.

Military Intelligence Chief Major General Amos Yadlin said that terrorists trained in Syria and Iran had infiltrated the Gaza Strip. This happened while the border between Gaza and Egypt was breached last month. Also in that way Iran is active in carrying out its deadly genocidal threats to Israel.
 
Yadlin presented the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee with a general security assessment. Major General Yadlin estimated that large amounts of money and ammunition also made their way into the Gaza Strip during the 12 days in which the border was breached.  
 
Army Radio quoted Yadlin as saying that Al-Qaida operatives had also infiltrated the Strip through the breach. Yadlin also said that Gazans that had entered Egypt through holes in the fence had spent $150 million on various products.
Yadlin presented a list of existing Iranian weapons and those in development. Among other things, Iran has an arsenal of Shihab 3 missiles with a 1,300 kilometer range, Yadlin said. These missiles could potentially strike Israel. The Iranians are also developing an upgraded version of the Shihab, which will have a range of 2,000 kilometers. This kind of range would allow the firing of missiles at Israel from deep inside Iran, rather than close to the border, Yadlin explained.

In addition to the Shihab missiles, the Iranians are developing a weapon propelled by solid fuel that would also have a 2,000 kilometer range, Yadlin said. He added that the Iranians were assembling BM25 missiles that were arriving dismantled from North Korea. These missiles are believed to have a range of 2,500-3,000 kilometers, but the North Koreans never tested them. (Sources: Haaretz and Jerusalem Post)