IDF General: Iran seeking new world order

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May 9, 2006 11:30

 
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"Wiping Israel off the map is just one step in Iran's attempt to create a new world order," said Brig.-Gen Yosef Cooperwasser, head of the IDF Military Intelligence's research division. "Iran is interested not only in turning into a superpower, but also in changing the world order," Cooperwasser said at a conference on power projection at the Fischer Institute of Strategic Studies in Herzliya. "Iran is at the forefront of global terrorism, and aids Hizbullah in Lebanon, al Qaida, and Palestinian terror organizations, and is behind attacks on US armed forces in Iraq," the general asserted.

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