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Syria, Iran False Flag Connection and WW III?

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This was further illustrated by the fact that Iran’s invitation to the Syrian peace talks in Geneva was rescinded in January of this year, another move that can only be interpreted as sabotage since Iran and Syria have a mutual defense agreement, and the U.S. and its allies have been funding and arming militant extremists in their attempt to topple the Syrian government.

Source: SCG News

‘Mossad, CIA agree Iran has yet to decide to build nuclear weapon’ (con’t.)

According to the New York Times, the extent of the evidence the spy agencies have collected is unclear since most of their findings are classified. However, intelligence officials say they have been throwing everything they have at the Iranian program.

The United States and Israel share intelligence on Iran, American officials said. For its spying efforts, Israel relies in part on an Iranian exile group that is labeled a terrorist organization by the United States, the Mujahedeen Khalq, or M.E.K., which is based in Iraq, says the report.

Furthermore, the report states that the Israelis have also developed close ties in the region of Kurdistan in northern Iraq, and they are believed to use Kurdish agents who can move back and forth across the border into Iran.

According to the New York Times, American intelligence officials are wary of relying on information from an opposition group like the M.E.K., especially after their experience in Iraq where they relied on flawed information provided by the Iraqi National Congress, an exile group run by Ahmad Chalabi.

For the most part, the intelligent American is left wary of relying on information from “American intelligence officials”.

The Syrian War, What You’re Not Being Told – Storm Clouds Gathering

While assumptions that Iran is not proliferating nuclear weapons are questionable at best, the headlines over the past 2-3 years leaves little doubt about a connection between the U.S. and the Muslim Brotherhood – Iran and Syria – Benghazi and Syria – Russia and Iran – the U.S. and Israel – Iran and the U.S. – and a potential false flag of global proportions.

Morsi: Iran ‘vital’ to ending Syrian crisis
US Demonizes Assad While ‘Balancing Arms Supplies’ to al-Qaeda led Rebels in Syria
Possible Implications of Faulty U.S. Technical Intelligence Regarding Syria
Benghazi: Arming the Rebels – Guns from Libya to Syria
Did Washington Approve Sarin False Flag in Syria to Blame Assad?
U.S. Claims Syrian Gov’t Used Sarin Gas as Turkey, U.N. Claim it was Rebels
Syria: Rebels, Regime Place Blame for First Alleged Chemical Attack
Kerry Vows Not to Leave Syrian Rebels ‘Dangling in the Wind’
Rubio: Syrian Government Must be Able to Lead
Syria rebels on offensive as Hezbollah accused
US calls for overhaul of Syrian opposition
Iraq searches Syrian-bound Iranian plane
Russia claims Syria rebels have U.S.-made Stinger missiles
Turkey, Russia struggle to contain Syrian crisis’ damage to bilateral ties
Turkey Disappointed With Obama’s Syria Policy
US Ambassador Chris Stevens May Have Been Linked To Jihadist Rebels In Syria
Russia’s Medvedev: Support for anti-Assad fighters ‘unacceptable’
Iran’s coal shipping trade booms despite Western heat

Jan. 29, 2014 – War Powers Consultation Act 2014
May 31, 2013 – U.S. Joins Passage of the U.N. Arms Trade Treaty
Feb. 9, 2013 – Obama Deliberating Further Reductions in America’s Nuclear Arsenal
Feb. 9, 2013 – America Continues Aid to Foreign Foes in the Name of ‘National Security’

‘Mossad, CIA agree Iran has yet to decide to build nuclear weapon’ (con’t.)

The report comes days after top Israeli official congratulated a decision by the world’s largest financial money transfer network to cut off Iranian banks targeted by EU sanctions from the system, saying that the move represented a “mortal blow” to the Iranian regime.

The move was an unprecedented measure that will effectively prevent Iranian institutions from electronically transferring global funds.

An Israeli official indicated that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu raised the issue of disconnecting the Iranian banks from the SWIFT system during his recent conversations with U.S. President Barack Obama as well as with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

According to the official, Netanyahu told Obama that “we need SWIFT swiftly.”
In response to SWIFT’s Thursday announcement, the Prime Minister’s Office released a statement later in the day, saying that “Prime Minister Netanyahu congratulated SWIFT for its decision to cut the Iranian banks from the system.”

The New York Times report also comes on the heels of an interview between U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron and NBC’s Brian Williams, in which Cameron reiterated his opposition to an Israeli strike, saying that he didn’t “think as we stand today that military action by Israel would be justified.”

I don’t think the Israelis should take that action now. We told them they shouldn’t and said we wouldn’t support it if they did. We’ve been very clear,” Cameron said.

“It’s very, very important [Israel] knows it has strong allies like America, like the United Kingdom, but I don’t support action now because, frankly, we’ve got more road to run in putting in place sanctions and putting in place tough measures against the regime and saying to them they need to take a different path,” Cameron added.

Cameron added that Iran could retain “civil nuclear power, if they give up the ambition of having military nuclear power, they can have a future as a country that has more normal relations with the rest of the world,” adding: “We need to keep up the pressure to encourage them to make the right choice.”

Source: Haaretz

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