WikiLeaks: Israel has destroyed Iran nuclear infrastructure

By JPOST.COM STAFF, REUTERS
February 27, 2012 09:38

 
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Israel has destroyed all Iranian nuclear infrastructure on the ground, a November email from the US intelligence firm Stratfor released by Wikileaks on Monday claims, citing a "confirmed Israeli intelligence agent."

The email is one of five million the whistleblowing website plans to publish from the US-based global security analysis company that has been likened to a shadow CIA. The emails appear to contain a large amount of speculation and hearsay.

In an email from November 7, 2011, an Israeli intelligence agent is quoted as saying of reports that Israel is preparing a military offensive against Iran, "I think this is a diversion. The Israelis already destroyed all the Iranian nuclear infrastructure on the ground weeks ago."

The source adds that he believes the tension with Iran is part of a European conspiracy.

"The current 'let's bomb Iran' campaign was ordered by the EU leaders to divert the public attention from their at home financial problems."

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