Farkash: ME on brink of 'global Jihad tsunami'

May 15, 2006 11:06


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Speaking at a conference in Tel Aviv Monday morning, Major-General (ret.) Aharon (Zeevi) Farkash, former head of IDF Military Intelligence, estimated Monday morning that Iran would in the future have surface-to-surface missiles with a range of 5,000km, threatening all of Europe. He added that Israel and the Middle East were on the verge of a "tsunami at the hands of global Jihad." Farkash told the crowd that use of the internet in the Arab world is widespread, allowing for any person to learn how to prepare a bomb, Army Radio reported.

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