Iran Must Be Stopped
John Bolton Reveals Why America and Israel Must Act Now to Stop a Second Holocaust
Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton delivers a clear — and dire — message in a Newsmax magazine special report: Iran's quest for nuclear weapons poses a grave and immediate threat to the United States and world peace.
And in his exclusive Newsmax article "Showdown," Bolton declares: Iran's plan for a second Holocaust must be stopped.
Bolton cites Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta's assertion that Tehran could fabricate a nuclear weapon "within about a year" — and warns that many analysts believe it could come sooner.
Time is running out for both Israel and the United States.
Bolton argues that either or both must launch a pre-emptive strike to stop Tehran.
But such action will stretch Israel's military capabilities to the hilt and might expose Americans to a new wave of terrorist attacks.
In addition to Bolton's cogent analysis, Newsmax magazine's "Showdown" package also includes:
Fred Fleitz, a former CIA analyst and senior House Intelligence Committee staff member and current managing editor of LIGNET.com, offers an in-depth look at Iran's uranium-enrichment and weapons-development programs.
Famed Harvard law professor and trial attorney Alan Dershowitz writes that any attack by Iranian agents against American citizens or U.S.-based foreign embassies must be deemed an act of war by Iran against the United States.
Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter Judith Miller's Newsmax interview with the Sultan of Oman, the discreet intermediary between Washington and Tehran.
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Newsmax magazine's exclusive "Showdown" report explores:
- Iran's three objectives in seeking nuclear weapons
- The Obama administration's "delusional" faith in diplomacy
- 6 likely consequences of an attack on Iran
- Strategist Doug Schoen: How an Iran strike would alter 2012's elections
- The eye-opening results of an exclusive Newsmax poll on Iran
- Obama's missed opportunity in 2009
- The most likely outcome of the nuclear weapons standoff
- The only real alternative to a nuclear Iran
- Iran's "shotgun marriage" with al-Qaida
- Why the regime is wildly unpopular in Iran
- Iran's arsenal of short- and long-range missiles
- Israel's pre-emptive attack strategy
- Why the State Department's approach to Iran is "flatly wrong"
- The perception in the Middle East: Obama is weak
- Allowing "peaceful" nuclear program is a "fool's paradise"
- Why deterrence won't succeed against Iran
- The "central banker" for international terrorism
- Ahmadinejad's bold threats against "little Satan" — Israel
- Iran and the balance of power in the Middle East
- Why Saudi Arabia fears a nuclear Iran
- And more . . .
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