Donald Trump’s decision to eliminate General Qasem Suleimani, N°2 of the Iranian Regime, undeniably transforms a conflict that was slowly simmering into a sudden powder keg. It is undoubtedly the most dangerous and risky decision taken by an American President since the 2nd Gulf War in March 2003.
Mossad recently transmitted to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) a first tranche of the secret documents of the Iranian nuclear programme exfiltered by an Israeli commando from Azerbaijan in April 2018.
The US President, Donald Trump, keeps repeating that he can face Iran without resort to war. However, it would be interesting to hear him specify what he would do if Iran was getting enough enriched uranium to make its nuclear bomb or if Iran took other initiatives that would make it cross the red line set by the United States.
According to a well-informed source in Washington, the Trump administration has presented to the North Korean government a secret deal about iranien nuclear program.
According to the terms of this agreement, the United States would accept to establish with Pyongyang new diplomatic and economic relations.
Information exchanges between several European intelligence services have established that Iran is currently conducting, in a secret military laboratory near Tehran, very advanced researches to produce a powerful and very stable explosive based on cyclotrimethylenetrinitramine (RDX 44).
A recent note from the intelligence center linked to the European diplomatic services (EU INTCEN) expresses concern over a new type of repercussions that EU countries could suffer as a result of the tightening of American sanctions against Iran and the risks of an armed conflict with the Islamic Republic.