Israel stations nuclear missile subs off Iran
Times Online / Uzi Mahnaimi
30-May-2010 (2 comments)

Three German-built Israeli submarines equipped with nuclear cruise missiles are to be deployed in the Gulf near the Iranian coastline.

The first has been sent in response to Israeli fears that ballistic missiles developed by Iran, Syria and Hezbollah, a political and military organisation in Lebanon, could hit sites in Israel, including air bases and missile launchers.

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with Israel's help we will be free

by mahmoudg on

Not only Israel has every right to defend itself, but also to help the Americans to surgically target ALL of the military, nuclear and personal assets of the rulers of this regime.  If we want to live in peace and harmony, Iran needs to rid itself of the deamons ruling it.  Since the only force they understand is rape and murder then so be it.  The free world will use its force to force the Islamic brain washed zealots out.  Once iran is free, we should work towards sidelining Islam and any other religion that tries to take its place.  A good religion is a dead religion.


Be aware what you read in Western press

by on

The stream of propaganda against Iran is getting worse daily, thanks to Zionist supported Western media. Times OnLine is a well known source of manufacured news against Iran. Their last time they tried this they were quite discredited as a news source throughout the press world. It was this very source that claimed had obtained documents in Farsi from Iranian nuclear engineers point to Nuke warhead manufacturing (of course they included images too).

It did not take long enough for all in the intelligence business to discredit the report.


Another similar lie from the same source was claimed that Israeli nuclear subs had passed through the Suez canal on their way to Iran several months ago. That turned out to be yet another lie.

The fact is that Israeli German made diesel subs, regardless of their payloads, will have tremendous problems in making such a journey undetected especially in th shallow Persian Gulf under the nose of IRINN and IRGC navies that monitor anything above and under the water passing through the Hormoz straight.

It is highly unlikely that Israeli terrorist generals would risk the chance that one of their most priced weapons would be captured or sunk by Iranian forces.