Thursday, 1 September 2011

Iran May Face Preemptive Strikes Soon Warns Sarko

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French President Sarkozy warned Iran of an impending pre-emptive attack due to the dangerous policies it is following."Its military nuclear and ballistic ambitions constitute a growing threat that may lead to a preventive attack against Iranian sites that would provoke a major crisis that France wants to avoid at all costs," he said.

It has been long feared and rumored that Israel is willing to attack Iranian Nuclear sites if it gets the full backing of USA. Some experts believe that US president Bush was very willing to do so. After President Obama took over a rethink of this policy has caused delays.

Unfortunately due to these delays an indecisiveness of Obama regime, Iranian nuclear program is maturing and expanding, making it nearly impossible to attack and destroy in a single pre-emptive strike.

The French leader placed the blame for the crisis on Iran, which insists it has no intention of building a nuclear weapon, and is merely enriching nuclear fuel for medical research and a domestic atomic energy program. "Iran refuses to negotiate seriously," he told an annual meeting of French diplomats. "Iran is carrying out new provocations in response to the challenge from the international community for it to provide a credible response."