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A U.S. intelligence source has told G2Bulletin there are more indicators Israel is preparing to launch an attack – possibly against Iran. And if it does, it may be looking at how to undertake a multi-front strategy that would include an assault against Hezbollah in Lebanon, Hamas in the Gaza Strip or even Syria, according to a report from Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.
Separate sources suggest that Syria would welcome such an attack to divert attention from its own internal violent demonstrations against the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
The latest indications and warnings, or I&W, come two weeks following G2Bulletin’s initial report that the Pentagon was watching for a long-anticipated Israeli attack on Iran’s nuclear sites.
That came after revelations of an alleged Iranian plot to kill the Saudi Arabian ambassador to the United States. At that time, a U.S. intelligence source who monitors Israeli I&W said the U.S. was watching “an indicator and warning matrix” in which the U.S. can “go so far as to plot the illumination tables to pick out what nights would be best” for such an attack.
He said that U.S. analysts were concerned that an attack could be “imminent.” The intelligence source said there was a “green light” for the Israelis “to do a strike,” although it wasn’t clear whether that green light is coming from within the Israeli political and military command structure, or from the U.S. government.
The source now reports further I&W to include unusual helicopter traffic at one of the Israeli training bases.
The source reports that the traffic involves some 20 utility helicopters and three attack helicopters.
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