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Will Israel Strike Iran before  it has a chance to go online with its first Nuclear  Power Plant on August 21. If so, they have just three days to do so. Read the story and information below

Editor’s Note:  One of the Goals of God’s Unchanging Word is to assist in keeping God’s elect informed of breaking news  events  that is prophetic worthy. The following story is one that could be of great significance. 

John Bolton former, US Ambassador to the U.N. stated today that if Israel wants to stop Iran’s Nuclear Power Plant from going online, they will have to do it within the next 72 hours. Immediately following that statement Iran, sent their own warning via the press stating. "that anything Israel did would be viewed as an International attack."

If Iran is able to bring this plant on line, it will be viewed as a great victory that none of Israel’s foes have been able to accomplish before this time.  It will also be seen as a major defeat to the Obama administration’s policy of appeasement. In addition to an Iranian victory,  Russia will be seen as the ally to allow this process to be brought to the next stage of fulfillment.

Should Israel decide to strike after the 21st, it would mean the reality that radioactivity would be released into the air. The potential of Luke 21:20, of seeing armies surrounding Jerusalem continues to shape up.  Consider this, Iran has a nuclear plant, maybe several in the near future. It is discovered that they have also successfully created a nuclear bomb and begins to threaten to completely wipe Israel off the face of the earth. Israel gives a dead line to Iran before they drop the bomb in a preemptive measure. What will happen. Nearly every nation on the planet will move to stop the war, and the potential is to have armies surround Jerusalem as a peace keeping fore to prevent WWIII. Just a thought.

 The following is the statement by John Bolton and the response by Iran.

 It may be an interesting 72 hours

We’ll be keeping watch,

 Your brother in Christ

Tom Kerry

Tue Aug 17, 8:02 am ET

WASHINGTON (AFP) – Israel has "eight days" to launch a military strike against Iran's Bushehr nuclear facility and stop Tehran from acquiring a functioning atomic plant, a former US envoy to the UN has said.
Iran is to bring online its first nuclear power reactor, built with Russia's help, on August 21, when a shipment of nuclear fuel will be loaded into the plant's core.
At that point, John Bolton warned Monday, it will be too late for Israel to launch a military strike against the facility because any attack would spread radiation and affect Iranian civilians.
"Once that uranium, once those fuel rods are very close to the reactor, certainly once they're in the reactor, attacking it means a release of radiation, no question about it," Bolton told Fox Business Network".
So if Israel is going to do anything against Bushehr it has to move in the next eight days."
Absent an Israeli strike, Bolton said, "Iran will achieve something that no other opponent of Israel, no other enemy of the United States in the Middle East really has and that is a functioning nuclear reactor."
But when asked whether he expected Israel to actually launch strikes against Iran within the next eight days, Bolton was skeptical.
"I don't think so, I'm afraid that they've lost this opportunity," he said.
The controversial former envoy to the United Nations criticized Russia's role in the development of the plant, saying "the Russians are, as they often do, playing both sides against the middle."
"The idea of being able to stick a thumb in America's eye always figures prominently in Moscow," he added. Iran dismissed the possibilities of such an attack from its arch foes.

Foreign Ministry spokesman, Ramin Mehmanparast said Tuesday that "these threats of attacks had become repetitive and lost their meaning."
"According to international law, installations which have real fuel cannot be attacked because of the humanitarian consequences," he told reporters at a news conference in Tehran.
Iranian officials say Iran has stepped up defensive measures at the Bushehr plant to protect it from any attacks. 
Russia has been building the Bushehr plant since the mid-1990s but the project was marred by delays, and the issue is hugely sensitive amid Tehran's standoff with the West and Israel over its nuclear ambitions.
The UN Security Council hit Tehran with a fourth set of sanctions on June 9 over its nuclear program., and the United States and European Union followed up with tougher punitive measures targeting Iran's banking and energy sectors.
The Bushehr project was first launched by the late shah in the 1970s using contractors from German firm Siemens. But it was shelved when he was deposed in the 1979 Islamic revolution.
It was revived after the death of revolutionary founder
Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini in 1989, as Iran's new supreme leader Ali Khamenei and his first president, Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, backed the project.
In 1995, Iran won the support of Russia which agreed to finish building the plant and fuel it.



Iran warned Tuesday that an attack on its first nuclear power plant would amount to an 'international crime,” as John Bolton, a former US envoy to the UN, said Israel had “eight days” to launch a military strike against Iran’s Bushehr nuclear facility and stop Tehran acquiring a functioning atomic plant.
“Attacking an international plant is an international crime as the consequences will not be limited to the hosting country but will have a global aftermath,” Iran’s nuclear chief Ali Akbar Salehi told IRNA agency.
Iran’s first nuclear power plant near the southern port city of Bushehr will go online on August 21 to eventually generate electricity, at a time of mounting international pressure on Iran over its atomic program.
The US and Israel, which accuse Iran of seeking nuclear arms, have never ruled out a military strike to curb Iran’s atomic drive. Iran insists the program is solely aimed at peaceful ends.
Bolton said late Monday Israel had “eight days” to launch a military strike against the nuclear plant. At that point, Bolton warned, it would be too late for Israel to launch a strike against the facility because any attack would spread radiation and affect Iranian civilians.




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