Ex-Mossad Chief Give Warning to West

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    He could very well be right.

    'We're on the eve of World War III'
    By Aaron Klein and John Batchelor, World Net Daily
    March 28, 2006

    JERUSALEM – Global civilization is on the verge of "World War III," a massive conflict in which the Islamic world will attempt to impose its ideology on Western nations, according to Meir Amit, a former director of Israel's Mossad intelligence agency.

    Amit, one of the most esteemed figures in the international defense establishment, warned Islamic nations and global Islamist groups will continue launching "all kinds of attacks" against Western states. He urged the international community to immediately unite and coordinate a strategy to fight against the "Islamic war."

    "We are on the eve of war with the Islamic world, which will wage a war and all kinds of actions and attacks against the Western world. We already noticed the terrorists in the world hit Spain, England, France. I call it World War III. You must look at it from this angle and treat it wider, not as a problem of terrorism here and there," said Amit, speaking during an exclusive interview with WND's Aaron Klein and ABC Radio's John Batchelor broadcast on Batchelor's national program, for which Klein serves as a co-host. (Listen to the Amit interview.)

    Amit served as Mossad chief from 1963 to 1968. He directed some of the most notorious Mossad operations during that time and pioneered many of the tactics currently used by intelligence agencies worldwide. The subject of multiple books and movies, Amit is routinely described as a "living legend." Now in his mid-80s, Amit serves as chairman of Israel's Center for Special Studies.

    The former intelligence chief referenced recent terror attacks against Israel, Europe and the United States; Iran's alleged nuclear ambitions; the insurgency in Iraq and Afghanistan; and worldwide Muslim riots.

    "It looks to me like it is a kind of coordinated or contemplated problem to somehow impose the Islamic idea all over the world," Amit said.

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    I've thought this for years now. The 'West' could leave the Middle East, it still wouldn't stop. The invasion of Europe is well underway and only the Danes seem to really recognize it.
     
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    Yep, Kathianne. No one wants to deal with it, to be truthful. The big question is whether the West (particularly Europe) will shake off its lethargy before it's entirely too late, or will their anti-Semitism do them in?
     
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    Does it look like anyone is shaking off the lethargy? The world map looks like an ostrich farm to me.

    We're going to keep screwing around and playing international political gridlock games which plays right into the hands of nations like Iran. Then, when they announce they already have nukes, the ostriches will all look at the US and want to know why we didn't do anything to prevent it.
     
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    Here's more to your point:

    http://vodkapundit.com/archives/008750.php


     
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    I'm a believer in this one. We got rid of Saddam, the people voted in a government, and as soon as that government is capable of sustaining itself, our mission is accomplished.

    Getting embroiled in Iraq's internal civil war holds nothing good for the US, and I don't believe there would be enough long-term support at home for us to accomplish anything.

    The problem is, this logic is overshadowed by the rantings of left, who will paint ANYTHING Bush does to break off engagement as a failure.
     
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    I like this guy, he often finds himself ahead of the curve, but a few months or even years short. He reminds me of myself. :tng: Oftentimes he has a concept in his sites, but fails to carry it through to the end. Falling just short of being spot on.
     

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