Iran should have a nuclear weapon by 2010, says Israel’s military intelligence chief

This estimate was put before the Knesset foreign affairs and security committee by Israel’s military intelligence AMAN chief, Maj. Gen. Amos Yadlin, in his briefing Tuesday, Feb. 26.
He also predicted that Hizballah would time its reprisals for the 40th day of mourning for its military commander Imad Mughniyeh – that is March 22-23, forty days after he was blown up in Damascus. The Lebanese Shiite terrorists, Gen. Yadlin warned, was also planning to kidnap another Israeli soldier.
In the month since Hamas flattened Gaza’s border wall for free Palestinian access to Egyptian Sinai, scores of al Qaeda operatives have used the opportunity to steal into the Gaza Strip, he reported, along with large numbers of Palestinian terrorists returning from special courses in Iran and Syria. There, they acquired special skills in the fabrication of explosive devices and missiles. Among them too were trained snipers, of the type which have begun plaguing Israel farmers tilling their fields close to the Gaza border.

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