"A blow to Dimona will be enough." How Iran will avenge Israel for its scientist


The assassination of the famous Iranian nuclear physicist, which is attributed to the Israeli special services, has put Tehran and Tel Aviv on the brink of direct armed conflict. The Islamic Republic promises to take revenge, and from the experience of "responding" for the death of General Suleimani, it is clear that the Persians do not throw words to the wind. But what will be their response this time?


The fact that the Mossad is suspected of the death of Mohsen Fakhrizade has certain grounds. Israel is very much afraid of the development of the Iranian nuclear program, which could lead to the emergence of Tehran's own nuclear arsenal. Given the modest size of the Jewish state, a successful attack on it with weapons of mass destruction would effectively end its existence. Especially if the strike falls on the Dimona research center, which is considered the site of the creation of Israeli nuclear weapons, the presence of which Tel Aviv does not confirm, but does not deny. Last year, Ayatollah Mohammad Ali Movahedi Kermani issued the following warning to the United States and Israel:

If Iran decides to confront you, one missile strike on the Dimona reactor will be enough.

Another prominent Iranian physicist, Majid Shahriari, was killed ten years ago, which is also believed to be the work of Israeli intelligence services trying to slow down the development of the Islamic Republic's nuclear program. For its self-defense, the Jewish state, which has already received its own nuclear arsenal, clearly does not shun any methods. This time Tehran threatens to respond accordingly. Recall that for the murder of Soleimani, the Americans received a massive missile attack on their military base. The Western press reports that Israel has put all of its anti-missile systems on high alert.

But where can the Iranian missiles fly this time? It is clear that they will not really hit Dimona, but Tehran calls another target - the Israeli city of Haifa. However, this raises serious doubts.

At firstFor a successful missile attack on this large business center, Lebanon, Israel's neighbor, where the positions of the pro-Iranian Hezbollah grouping are strong, should be used as a springboard. However, Lebanon today is experiencing the most serious economic problems caused by the recent tragedy in the port of Beirut. This country is in dire need of money for reconstruction, and now it has no time for war with Israel. On the contrary, Tel Aviv has taken steps to accommodate it in negotiations on the Mediterranean shelf, which provide new opportunities for gas production, which will allow Lebanon to improve its financial affairs.

Secondly, it is necessary to take into account possible political changes in the United States. With a high degree of probability, the Democrats, who were at the origin of the Iranian nuclear deal, may officially return to power in the White House in a week. If you launch a missile attack now, then outgoing President Trump could give the go-ahead for the start of the US military action with Iran. If this is done after his departure, then President Biden will have no chance of returning to a nuclear deal with the Islamic Republic, which she clearly does not mind doing. Let's just say that the cunning Israelis very precisely chose the time for their next strike on the Iranian nuclear program, and they will hardly answer for the murder of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh with great blood.

The tit-for-tat option looks much more realistic. In particular, the Iranian special services may try to eliminate those who personally participated in the murder of the physicist and his preparation, or some Israeli nuclear scientist. True, Tel Aviv claims that all these threats were taken into account and reduced to zero the possibility of their implementation. Time will tell whether it is true or not.
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  1. Just a cat Offline Just a cat
    Just a cat (Bayun) 9 December 2020 15: 43
    +1
    And the port in Beirut has already been restored by the Lebanese to be engaged in mining something there in the Mediterranean Sea? Lebanese-Odessa blogger Anhar somehow does not feel love for Israel and blames it for all the troubles.
    1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 9 December 2020 15: 49
      -3
      Blogging? Should we now be guided by her opinion in international politics?
      If there is a war, it will not be until the port is restored. If there is no war, then, you see, they will throw some money.
      1. Just a cat Offline Just a cat
        Just a cat (Bayun) 9 December 2020 15: 52
        +2
        Let me clarify, what agency or institution do you head in order to rely on YOUR opinion as an expert?
        1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
          Marzhecki (Sergei) 9 December 2020 15: 53
          -2
          You do not have to lean, I do not insist. laughing Think more with your head, it is useful.
          1. Just a cat Offline Just a cat
            Just a cat (Bayun) 9 December 2020 15: 55
            +2
            okay, at least as a football player, she was not advised to use ... and thanks for that.
            1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
              Marzhecki (Sergei) 9 December 2020 15: 57
              -4
              It's my pleasure hi
              There are a lot of experts-bawlers and scribblers today. The most important thing is to what extent their estimates and forecasts then correspond to the truth.
              1. Just a cat Offline Just a cat
                Just a cat (Bayun) 9 December 2020 16: 00
                +2
                And by the way ... This Anhar claims that the Lebanese are not very smart ... the camera and telephone have to be sent for repairs ... to Russia. So I'm not sure that someone will ask their opinion.
    2. greenchelman Offline greenchelman
      greenchelman (Grigory Tarasenko) 10 December 2020 14: 18
      0
      Did you remember Ankhar Vladimirovna Kochneva?
      1. Just a cat Offline Just a cat
        Just a cat (Bayun) 10 December 2020 20: 50
        -1
        Exactly ... On Zen it is subscribed to.
  2. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 9 December 2020 15: 55
    +2
    It is possible to talk about everything, as if for a killed general.
    They will suck in a terrible revenge, a hundred defeated soldiers, and they will chatter ...

    It would be nice if the new Boeing / tanker / train / bus would not be destroyed ...
  3. Alexzn Offline Alexzn
    Alexzn (Alexander) 9 December 2020 18: 17
    +1
    Today, Iran has a minimum of opportunities to attack Israel. An attack on Dimona with conventional weapons will not lead to the destruction of Israel, but will lead to a retaliatory strike against nuclear facilities in Iran. Including the Bushehr nuclear power plant. So far, the accuracy and volume of explosives that Israel can deliver to Iran is an order of magnitude greater than the capabilities of a retaliatory strike. And this is excluding nuclear weapons. But this is for now.
    1. Vladimir Tuzakov (Vladimir Tuzakov) 9 December 2020 18: 29
      -2
      Iran, not Lebanon, is an 80 million state with a great past, and now, drop by drop, hatred for Israel is accumulating and should result, which is what Israel is afraid of this inevitability. Avoiding the blow, Israel will make a worse porridge, drawing in the Saudis and others against Iran, where the batch goes to the entire Middle East, and Turkey and other Egyptians will not be left aside ... Let's look at this approaching Armageddon ...
      1. Binder Offline Binder
        Binder (Miron) 9 December 2020 21: 01
        -3
        Calm down, my dear man, Israel is not afraid of the Persians in the slightest degree, if the Israelis at the time of the power of the USSR were not afraid of Moscow, then some Tehran for today's Israel is just a crumpled mountain village in a poor backward country. And I am ready to make a bet on any amount - Iran will not hit either Dimona or Haifa (in one of the sleeping suburbs of which I have the pleasure to live). There are two main reasons - 1. The Persians do not have real opportunities to butt the Israelis, Israel's technological superiority is overwhelming, 2. It is scary for the Ayatollahs, it is one thing to curse the hated Zionists, calling on their heads the wrath of Allah, and quite another to oppose them with arms in hand.
        However, the propaganda machine works - a couple of days ago, a fake about a Mossad employee allegedly liquidated in Tel Aviv was reported in the Russian segment, despite the complete absurdity of this message, many Russians who are not very literate believe such reports. I will not be surprised if in a day or two the Russians will be informed that Iranian missiles have smashed Dimona into dust and they will again believe. laughing
        1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
          Marzhecki (Sergei) 10 December 2020 08: 24
          -1
          Quote: Bindyuzhnik
          Calm down, my dear man, Israel is not afraid of the Persians in the slightest degree, if the Israelis during the times of the power of the USSR were not afraid of Moscow, then some Tehran for today's Israel is just a dry mountain village in an impoverished backward country

          Weren't you afraid? Oh well...
          1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
            Marzhecki (Sergei) 10 December 2020 08: 46
            -1
            Any jackal can fearlessly kick a dead lion ...
          2. Binder Offline Binder
            Binder (Miron) 10 December 2020 15: 17
            0
            Why ask - take a look at the realities of that time and the politics of Israel in the 60s and 80s. last century, you yourself will understand.
        2. Lucifer67S Offline Lucifer67S
          Lucifer67S (Viktor Schmidt) 11 December 2020 17: 38
          0
          nu horosho chto ti takoy umniy-razumniy evrey!
      2. Savva Tabakin Offline Savva Tabakin
        Savva Tabakin (Savva Tabakin) 12 December 2020 11: 50
        0
        Iran is not Lebanon, it is an 80 million country with a great past.

        In my opinion, next to Israel, a 100 million state with an even greater past and SHO ..... YOU say this?
  4. Alexzn Offline Alexzn
    Alexzn (Alexander) 9 December 2020 18: 31
    +1
    Quote: Vladimir Tuzakov
    Iran, not Lebanon, is an 80 million state with a great past, and now, drop by drop, hatred for Israel is accumulating and should result, which is what Israel is afraid of this inevitability. Avoiding the blow, Israel will make a worse porridge, drawing in the Saudis and others against Iran, where the batch goes to the entire Middle East, and Turkey and other Egyptians will not be left aside ... Let's look at this approaching Armageddon ...

    A simple question - what is the reason for the hatred of the Persians towards Israel? What did Israel do against the Persians?
    1. Vladimir Tuzakov (Vladimir Tuzakov) 9 December 2020 20: 04
      0
      A superficial reason for the aggregate participation of Israel in acts against Iran, the Iran-Iraq war, American interventions and blockade, sanctions and other anti-Iranian acts under the influence of Israeli representatives. Of course, the shooting of Iranian scientists is utter nonsense, it only whips up hatred of Israel, the problem is solved by more fundamental actions - negotiations, compromises and other actions ...
      But the main force is the third, which is escalating the danger to the state of Israel, it seems that the main ones in this, the Jewish Rabbinate and other Jewish anti-Zionist forces, who want the former resettlement of Jews around the world and actions within the states of residence, then Judaism and the Rabbinate will regain unquestioning supremacy over the Jews. This explanation seems absurd, but religious actions are not calculated for decades, for centuries and eternity, to which he wants to return and rule, as before the Jews scattered around the world ... And today, with a more secular Israel, the rabbi is not on the way, and for the self-preservation and influence of such structures there is no pity for anything ...
    2. boriz Offline boriz
      boriz (boriz) 9 December 2020 21: 48
      +4
      The question is really interesting. I sometimes listen to ITON, so somehow I heard that the host and the guest (I don't remember who, but not Kedmi) also asked this question. And they came to the conclusion that there are no real reasons for enmity. And that influential people in both countries understand this.
      I looked at the dynamics of relations, it is quite changeable. Iran is working on an ICBM program. Quite justifiably, having such a neighbor as KSA + US bases there, there is no need to relax. Israel is assessing the Shahab's possibilities for itself and, with fright, periodically makes harsh statements and gestures. Iran is reacting. It's the same with the nuclear program. Iran is not a small country, the desire to have its own nuclear program is fully justified, at least an energy one. Again, Israel (people tend to judge the motives of others' actions according to their own depravity) takes this personally, as creating nuclear weapons exclusively against themselves. Again, sharp movements and reaction from Iran.
      But all this is in the current mode. With some warming in the second half of the 1990s. And the real deterioration has occurred since 2002, at the suggestion of Bush. After 11.09.2001. it was decided to hang the attack on Iran. Although it is quite obvious that this was a staging, masking the final occupation of the United States by Finintern and an attempt to postpone the last crisis of capitalism, which, after all, began in 2008. and is developing now.
      In 2002-3. Iran assisted in the fight against al-Qaeda, in 2003. put forward a number of positive proposals, but was included by Bush in the Axis of Evil, a memorandum of Iran from 2003. was rejected. The people responsible in Iran for trying to reconcile with the West have been fired. And Ahmadinejad came to power, with his completely anti-Western orientation. Accordingly, Israel is viewed as a country largely dependent on the United States (and in fact, on the Finintern) and controlled by them. The habit of killing Iranian physicists also does not improve relations.

      http://www.iimes.ru/?p=33269

      One gets the impression that the two countries are being pitted against by the Finintern. Which for Israel, it seems, is a native father. But people and countries who believe Finintern (represented by the United States) end up badly. It will be difficult to cope with Iran, but small Israel can fall under the distribution. And his vaunted economics won't help.
      The time is now brutal, economies will crumble like leaves in September. Powerful armed forces and resources will steer. I have already quoted Merkel's quote a year and a half ago:

      When asked how global challenges from China, Russia and the United States are affecting Europe, she said they are forcing the EU to find common ground. This is often difficult, she acknowledged, citing Ukraine and Africa policies as successful examples.
      Our political strength does not yet match our economic capabilities, she said. - They (China, Russia and the United States) again and again force us to find common positions. This is often difficult given the difference in our interests. But we manage to do it - take, for example, our policy regarding the conflict in Ukraine.

      She understands that bare economy is not enough.
      This is by no means gloating. This is just the logic of the development of events.
    3. Dear sofa expert. 10 December 2020 01: 25
      +3
      A simple question - what is the reason for the hatred of the Persians towards Israel? What did Israel do against the Persians?

      Just politics.)

      For me personally, it is obvious that the Iranian-Israeli enmity is now being incited by the Jews. And that's why:
      For a start, regarding the desire of the Iranians to destroy Israel - for Muslims the city of Jerusalem has a special sacred meaning. According to deeply entrenched traditions, the prophet Muhammad was miraculously transferred from Mecca to Jerusalem, and from there to heaven, where he had a conversation with the Creator.
      Based on this, it is simply, even hypothetically, difficult to imagine the Islamic Republic inflicting a devastating missile strike on Jerusalem.

      Yes, at one time in the Iranian-Israeli relations, the aggressive anti-Semitic rhetoric of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad played a big role.
      Today, no one has any doubts that this activity then had purely domestic political goals. But, as they say: the sediment remained.
      The fact remains: Ahmadinejad's two presidential terms have inflicted colossal damage to the interests and image of the Islamic Republic.

      But today, it is the Jewish elites who are just as willing to use anti-Iranian rhetoric for their own internal political purposes as Ahmadinejad used anti-Israel in his. Just agree, it is difficult to find at least one Israeli politician who would not speculate on the topic of the Iranian threat and would not demonize Iran.

      That something like this.
      1. Binder Offline Binder
        Binder (Miron) 10 December 2020 05: 59
        -3
        Everything is turned upside down. Ahmadinejad is a pawn, pursued the policy of the ayatollahs, like any other high-ranking Iranian official. Threats to destroy Israel after this gentleman left the presidency did not stop at all, they still sound from the lips of Iranian leaders. Iran is trying to pursue a policy of expansion in the region, Israel is opposing Iranian attempts, the Arab countries that were previously opponents of Israel, today, under the pressure of the Iranian threat, are becoming its situational allies. And not everyone likes it.
        That's it ...
        1. Dear sofa expert. 10 December 2020 09: 17
          +4
          Threats to destroy Israel after this gentleman left the presidency did not stop at all, they still sound from the lips of Iranian leaders.

          For a person who does not quite understand the essence of what is happening, I would answer: this is not entirely true.

          To you, who are stupidly floating on the wave of the mainstream, I will simply say: this is not at all true!

          For example: Ahmadinejad vigorously denied the Holocaust. The new Iranian leadership began to revise the "legacy" of Ahmadinejad, and the current president, Hassan Rouhani, acknowledged the fact of the Holocaust and declared that it was a crime against humanity.
          The case speaks for itself: when Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif on Twitter congratulated the citizens of Israel on the Jewish New Year, the daughter of an influential American politician Nancy Pelosi wrote to him that it would be nicer if Tehran did not deny the Holocaust. Zarif replied:

          “Iran has never denied the Holocaust, and the person believed to be denying it has already left. Happy New Year".

          Understand the meaning of what has been said, and maybe then you will see changes.
          1. Vladimir Tuzakov (Vladimir Tuzakov) 10 December 2020 14: 45
            0
            Remark: Ahmadinejad is of Jewish origin, with all possible twists and turns and influences ...
            1. Binder Offline Binder
              Binder (Miron) 10 December 2020 15: 10
              -2
              The Jewish origin of Ahmadinejad is the same fable as the Jewishness of B. Yeltsin or V. Putin.
              1. Vladimir Tuzakov (Vladimir Tuzakov) 10 December 2020 15: 54
                +1
                It is indecent to lie, but when this is constant in communication, you yourself do not notice. They would ask about the truth, the Internet allows ...
          2. Binder Offline Binder
            Binder (Miron) 10 December 2020 15: 14
            -2
            There are no changes - Ahmadinejad and Hassan Ruohani are like two interrogators, the first is evil, the second is good, but they are doing one thing.
            1. Dear sofa expert. 10 December 2020 21: 07
              +3
              No change

              I gave you a specific example, but you have not given me anything objective, apart from your emotions.
    4. Danila46 Offline Danila46
      Danila46 (Daniel) 10 December 2020 23: 46
      -1
      there is only one reason: religious obscurantism.
      During the time of the Shah, Israel and Iran had, if not love, then a very warm relationship. The jointly built Iranian oil pipeline to Eilat-Ashkelon, which is still operating (now only Eilat-Ashkelon, of course), a shipyard in Iran, the joint design of a military fighter, which Israel itself then completed as the Lavi project, the turnover, at that time exceeded the amount in one hundred dollars. Religion did not interfere with people and there was peace ...
  5. Alexzn Offline Alexzn
    Alexzn (Alexander) 9 December 2020 21: 01
    0
    Quote: Vladimir Tuzakov
    A superficial reason, in the aggregate of Israel's participation in acts against Iran, the Iran-Iraq war, American interventions and blockades, sanctions and other anti-Iranian acts under the influence of Israeli representatives. Of course, the shooting of Iranian scientists is utter nonsense, it only whips up hatred of Israel, the problem is solved by more thorough actions - negotiations, compromises and other actions ...
    But the main force is the third, which is escalating the danger to the state of Israel, it seems that the main ones in this, the Jewish Rabbinate and other Jewish anti-Zionist forces, who want the former resettlement of Jews around the world and actions within the states of residence, then Judaism and the Rabbinate will regain their undisputed supremacy over the Jews. Such an explanation seems absurd, but religious actions are not designed for decades, for centuries and eternity, to which it wants to return and rule, as before the Jews scattered all over the world ... for self-preservation and the influence of such structures there is no pity for anything ...

    1. Israel began to act against Iran only after he declared Israel the enemy. Prior to that, Israel did not undertake any hostile actions against Iran, and the interests of the countries overlapped only in a positive way.
    2. The Rabbinate does not determine foreign policy; foreign policy is of little interest to him. Israel is not becoming secular, perhaps the opposite ...
    1. Vladimir Tuzakov (Vladimir Tuzakov) 9 December 2020 21: 21
      0
      I express my opinion, how they perceive it - each in its own way ...
  6. ODRAP Offline ODRAP
    ODRAP (Alexey) 9 December 2020 23: 48
    -1
    He became famous after his death.
  7. Tramp1812 Offline Tramp1812
    Tramp1812 (Tramp 1812) 10 December 2020 13: 36
    0
    Iran has a strong desire to hit Israel, but no opportunity. Israel has opportunities, but no desire yet. So let's drink to ensure that Iran's desires never coincide with its capabilities! Now we see at the root, according to A.S. Shishkov. Iran: territory - 1 million 600 thousand sq. Km. Israel: territory -22 thousand square kilometers, population 9.1 million (22% Arabs). And now about the Iranian gilded sling of Porthos and the modest Jewish charm. Iran's budget for 21 years is $ 36 billion, the crumb of Israel is just over $ 150 billion. Therefore, the military spending of the Persians is gigantic by their standards - 12 billion, Israel's is more modest - 20.5 billion. Without straining. And yet another 81 million Shiite mouths need to be fed-watered-treated. Therefore, only at the very end of the conversation, I said: captain, you will never be a major ... He cried then ...
    This is me about Iran. Hence the lag behind Israel in all positions. How much? Forever and ever. So the author of the publication is right in one thing: the Persians will not hit Israel. Get lost. Only the reasons for Iranian impotence are fundamentally different from those indicated by S. Marzhetsky.
    1. Binder Offline Binder
      Binder (Miron) 10 December 2020 15: 08
      -1
      I completely agree. You, in my opinion, outlined the situation very accurately, I think that our opponents from Russia have nothing to argue. Bravo!!! good
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  8. Michael1950 Offline Michael1950
    Michael1950 (Michael) 10 December 2020 15: 50
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    Quote: Vladimir Tuzakov
    A superficial reason, in the aggregate of Israel's participation in acts against Iran, the Iran-Iraq war, American interventions and blockades, sanctions and other anti-Iranian acts under the influence of Israeli representatives. Of course, the shooting of Iranian scientists is utter nonsense, it only whips up hatred of Israel, the problem is solved by more thorough actions - negotiations, compromises and other actions ...
    But the main force is the third, which is escalating the danger to the state of Israel, it seems that the main ones in this, the Jewish Rabbinate and other Jewish anti-Zionist forces, who want the former resettlement of Jews around the world and actions within the states of residence, then Judaism and the Rabbinate will regain their undisputed supremacy over the Jews. Such an explanation seems absurd, but religious actions are not designed for decades, for centuries and eternity, to which it wants to return and rule, as before the Jews scattered all over the world ... for self-preservation and the influence of such structures there is no pity for anything ...

    “Even I haven’t heard such stupid nonsense for a long time. This is something beyond! Superbrad ... Literally in every line ...
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  10. Savva Tabakin Offline Savva Tabakin
    Savva Tabakin (Savva Tabakin) 12 December 2020 11: 57
    0
    Quote: Bindyuzhnik
    The Jewish origin of Ahmadinejad is the same fable as the Jewishness of B. Yeltsin or V. Putin.

    And what is not a fable in this world? All descended from Adam and Eve! Jews, Jews, only Jews around .......