Israeli Mossad’s top assassin, Gen. Meir Dagan in a briefing on his retirement has warned the Zionist regime that attacking the Islamic Republic, before Israel is under attack, would be a fatal mistake (especially without the active participation of the US forces).

“Israel should not hasten to attack Iran, doing so only when the sword is upon its neck,” said Dagan.

Dagan also repeated his earlier prediction that the Islamic Republic will not be able to produce its first nuclear bomb before 2015. In 2009, Dagan told Jewish lawmakers that Iran could have its first nuclear warhead in 2014, but that could be delayed by the ‘crippling sanctions’ and covert sabotage activities – for which Tehran has blamed Israel, Britain and the US. Last month, Iran executed Ali Akbar Siadat, for passing Iranian military secrets to Mossad for US$60,000. As part of Jewish ‘vengeance’, Mossad murdered Iranian Gen. Ali Reza Asgari in Israel’s Ayalon prison.

Several Western intelligence agencies are also of the opinion that Iran could acquire the ‘capability’ to produce nuclear weapon by the middle of the decade if it continues its enrichment policy. This supports Benji Netanyahu’s public circumspection – echoing louder misgivings voiced by Ben-Obama administration about resorting to force against Iran, which while denies seeking nuclear arms and has vowed to retaliate against Israel and US interests if attacked by either of them.

The reputed investigating reporter, Wayne Madsen has claimed that CIA has boosted-up it espionage activities in both Turkey and Brazil for their support for Tehran’s right for its civilian nuclear program and their refusal to follow Washington’s stand on UN sanctions against Tehran.

American investigating reporter, Robert Drefuss has claimed that Obama is thinking of allowing Tehran to continue enriching uranium a part of the new proposal during the coming meeting between the so-called P5+1 and Tehran in Istanbul on January 24, 2011. In return Iran will agree to export the bulk of its enriched uranium for processing outside the country, most likely in Russia, where part of it will be transformed into fuel rods for use in the Tehran Research Reactor (TRR), which is used for medical purposes, and part of it will be reprocessed into fuel for the Russian-built nuclear plant at Bushehr, which recently started up.

While the Zionist entity is trying its best to stop Iran achieving the ‘nuclear capability’ – Ben-Obama administration fears that if pushed further, Iran’s Spiritual Leader, Ayatullah Ali Khamenei, on the demand of both conservative and reformist lawmakers, may decide to pull Iran out of the NPT. If that happens, like Israel, India and Pakistan – Iran could pursue its military nuclear ambitions openly.

Personally, I believe Tehran must keep its enriched uranium stock inside the country and develop a few nuclear bombs as deterrent against the Zionist bullies.