USA Thwarts Israeli Attack on Iran
by roy tov
Israeli Media Map on Proposed Attack
Foreign Policy--a global magazine on economics and politics--published on the same day [March 28] that "Azerbaijan granted Israel access to air bases on Iran border." Mark Perry reports there that a senior U.S. administration official told him "The Israelis have bought an airfield, and the airfield is called Azerbaijan." This is not new (see Azerbaijan-Israel: A Shia-Jewish Alliance-- http://www.roytov.com/articles/azerbaijan.htm
), but the same sources added factual data. The Azeri military has four abandoned, Soviet-era airfields that could be available to Israel, and four air bases for their own aircraft. One of them (see map above) is close to Tehran. "If Israeli jets want to land in Azerbaijan after an attack, they'd probably be allowed to do so. Israel is deeply embedded in Azerbaijan, and has been for the last two decades," the same source added. The article goes on to explain that U.S. officials believe Israel has been granted access to these air bases through a "series of quiet political and military understandings." Again, this is not new, I described the Israeli-Azeri alliance in detail; however, this now being official, has slammed the door on Israel's attack.... certain options -like an air strike from Azerbaijan- can now be easily blocked by Iran.
Israeli Heron Drones like this one were given to Azerbaijan. In the recent 1,6 Billion dollar military sell out by Israel to Azerbaijan they are mostly missiles for use on Caspian sea against Iran , Turkmenistan, and Russian sea forces in the Caspian sea. Azerbaijan is very much vulnerable to an Iranian land and sea invasion from the south; and to a Russian sea and land invasion from the north. In the meantime Turkmenistan is in conflict with Azerbaijan because Turkmenistani oil fields that Azerbaijan has occupied.The only allies of Azerbaijan in the region are Georgia and Turkey both of which are undependable and unreliable when the cannons start firing.