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イラン原子力施設をイスラエルが1月に空爆か!? Israel to attack Iran!?(字幕)

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Published on Nov 11, 2011

*日本語訳全文: http://junebloke.blog.fc2.com/blog-en...
イラン原子力施設をイスラエルがクリスマス迄に空爆予想(日本語訳:Jo2Rayden http://junebloke.blog.fc2.com/ ) Israel to attack Iran by Christmas:Russia Today 11/11
https://rt.com/news/israel-attack-ira...
・イスラエルの空爆では、イラン原子力施設(IAEAから核兵器開発が疑われている)数か所を同時攻撃し、地下核施設攻撃の為、米国から供与されたバンカー爆弾の使用も含まれるだろう。
・原子力施設には相当量のウラン・プルトニウム核燃料が貯蔵されており、その核燃料飛散、被曝被害はイラン周辺のペルシャ湾岸諸国も含まれるだろう。また、大気中に放射性粒子が拡散し、中央アジア、東アジアにも到達するだろう。
・これにより、原油価格の高騰、湾岸諸国からの原油輸送の安全性の問題も起るだろう。

*イランは攻撃された場合、イスラエルの核施設に反撃を加えると警告している!

*関連動画:イスラエルによるイラン原子力施設攻撃の想定
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-0EmA...

*from RT ↓ 全文:
The British media say Israel may launch an aerial strike on Iranian nuclear facilities as early as next month. The offensive will receive support from the US, the speculation goes.
The attack is meant to decapitate Iran's nuclear program, which a recent report by the UN atomic watchdog said may have a military component.
The Daily Mail cites British government sources as saying that the cabinet expects Israel to attack Iran "sooner rather than later."

"We're expecting something as early as Christmas, or very early in the New Year," a Foreign Office source is cited as saying.
The operation will receive logistical support from the United States, the newspaper reports. US President Barack Obama will allegedly have to back Israel to secure Jewish-Americans' votes for the upcoming presidential election.
Earlier, the Guardian newspaper reported that the Ministry of Defense is drawing up contingency plans for Britain's participation in a joint military operation against Iran. The report said such an attack would be carried out by Israel and probably the US after the presidential election in America.
The Daily Mail cites its sources as saying that Whitehall currently rules out Britain's direct involvement in an attack on Iran.
The International Atomic Energy Agency released a report on Wednesday which included allegations that Iran had been developing technology related to nuclear weapons before 2003 and may still be doing so.
Tehran called the accusations politically motivated and based on lies. It refused to step back from its nuclear program, which it insists is purely civilian in nature.
Iran's supreme leader, the Ayatollah Khomeini, has warned both the United States and Israel that if they strike Iran, they must expect a "tough, harsh response" from Tehran.
"We are not a nation to sit back and watch materialistic, corrupt and rotten powers threaten Iran. We will respond with a strong slap and an iron fist," he said. Khomeini also spoke about "aggressors and invaders being smashed from within."
On Wednesday, the Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad slammed an IAEA report, saying that Iran would not step back one iota from developing its nuclear program. The report was relying on baseless US claims that Iran was building a nuclear bomb, he added.
A number of international players called for further sanctions against Iran following the report -- both through the UN Security Council and at national level.
Speculation that Israel is preparing to attack Iranian nuclear sites surged in the media shortly before the IAEA report was released, as the allegations contained in it had been leaked in advance. Officially, Israel has neither confirmed nor denied such plans, but said military action against Iran is on the table and is more likely in the wake of the report.
Iran said it would retaliate if attacked and named Israeli nuclear facilities among the possible targets.

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