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PostSubject: Israel biggest trouble makers in Middle East?   Sat Jul 21, 2012 1:24 am

Following the attack on Israeli tourists in
Bulgaria, the country's Prime Minister
Benjamin Netanyahu was quick to
accuse Hezbollah, which also means
pointing finger at Iran. Yet experts doubt
Tehran really needs it.
Eight people were killed, six of whom
were Israeli citizens, while one was a
Bulgarian bus driver and one was the
suicide bomber himself.
And while it is no secret that Hezbollah
is supported by Iran, the fact that
Netanyahu is now naming the group will
only raise tensions in the region higher.
There is a lot of speculation now over
whether or not naming Hezbollah means
Netanyahu will try and use the bombing
as a pretext for striking back by attacking
But Tehran is unlikely 'to cater to the
wishes of the Israelis by providing them
an excuse to attack', independent
journalist Soraya Sepahpour-Ulrich told
RT: Netanyahu pointed the finger at Iran
barely an hour after the attack – even
before his own intelligence officials had
commented, saying that “all signs point
at Iran.” What signs is he referring to?
Soraya Sepahpour-Ulrich: I don’t believe
there are any signs at all, and it can be
expected that Netanyahu would point the
finger at Iran. Netanyahu, and Israel in
fact, need to play the victim card in order
to be more aggressive. In the past few
months and years, Israel has lost a lot of
support even here in the United States.
Americans have always sympathized
with the state of Israel in the past. But
now, even American Jews who do relate
to their home country are beginning to
pull back. They do not like what is going
on in Israel under this prime minister.
RT: But Israel is the victim in this case.
Somebody bombed those buses. Do you
think there is a legitimate concern that it
could be Iran, or who else do you think
could be possible suspects here?
SSU: I think many in your audience will
know that Israel excels at false flag
operations. And in fact in 2004, the New
Zealand Herald revealed that Israelis
tried to steal New Zealand passports in
order to carry out assassinations. And
they had stolen Canadian passports to
kill members of the Jordanian political
I can’t say for certainty that Israel was
behind this or that this was a false flag
attack, but I only look at who gains by
this operation judging from their past
behavior. And to me it does not make
sense that Iran would want to carry out
this operation.
RT: How far do you think such
accusations against Iran could worsen
the already tense situation between the
two countries?
SSU: I think it depends on how much
sympathy Israel can get for what’s
happened, how it presents the
Iran is not a very attractive country to the
world, and the masses are very happy to
accept whatever they are told. Like they
are told by Mr. Netanyahu, who has
stolen from America, who was in this
nuclear smuggling ring in the 80s and
90s, and FBI files show that. If they
chose to believe him and believe his
pointing-finger at Iran, well that shows
their naivety. But for me it is very hard to
accept that Iran would willingly have the
world condemn it and cater to the
wishes of the Israelis by providing them
an excuse to attack.
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