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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Egypt: 'Without Meir Dagan, Iran would have nuclear weapons'

I thought about breaking out the flying pig when I saw this.

Egypt's government-owned al-Ahram newspaper reported in an op-ed on Saturday that without Mossad chief Meir Dagan, Iran would already have nuclear weapons.
"Over the past seven years, he has worked in silence, away from the media," the op-ed read. "He has dealt painful blows to the Iranian nuclear program … he is the Superman of the Jewish state."

Among the steps taken by Dagan against Teheran, Al-Ahram listed diplomatic action to embarrass the Islamic republic, action to fuel opposition protests, assassinations and covert attacks against nuclear facilities.

The op-ed stressed that while the Mossad under Dagan's leadership achieved many bold victories against Syria, Hizbullah, Hamas and Islamic Jihad, it never took responsibility for its operations, but wisely chose to wait for the other side to declare that they had taken place.
Okay. What do they want from him?


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