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The war against Iran would become a global nuclear conflict, Juventud Rebelde September 3, 2010

The war against Iran would become a global nuclear conflict Fidel said in his message to thousands of students in higher education, this Friday, from the Steps of the University of Havana

"I harbor no doubt that the conventional response capability Iran would result in a ferocious war, control of which escape from the hands of warring parties, and inevitably it would become a world nuclear conflict," said the Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz in his message to the students of higher education in Cuba during a massive rally in the Steps of the University of Havana, which started at 7 and 30 am on Friday.
In his first public appearance and speech at a mass rally since the beginning of the disease that took him away from his duties, four years ago, the First Secretary of Communist Party of Cuba reviewed several reports that confirm the warning that has been done on the imminence a serious conflict in the Middle East, with consequences that no country will not escape.
Fidel said a cable posted on the website Cubadebate in which a leading expert on strategic issues stated that the new wave of leaks about an attack on Iran's nuclear aims, that Israel is preparing with the United States, this time can have a real basis .

"They have been numerous occasions that have spread several possible reasons for the attack on the Islamic Republic, it was psychological pressure on Iran, this technique was not successful and is highly unlikely that may be used with the same objective," noted the analyst.
"The new round of rumors of war this time may be aimed at persuading Iran that there will be no war, while actually being prepared now."
The analyst, said Fidel, completely ruled out that Tel Aviv would dare to undertake a military operation without the support of the Pentagon.
At the same time, "continued the Cuban leader," the study warned that the most serious consequence would be that the Islamic Republic blocked the Strait of Hormuz, which would collapse the 45 percent of global oil supply, which boosts the prices and aggravate the global economic boom after the recession.

Later, the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution said: "For me it is incredible that the fear of an attack due to the consequences it may have on the price of oil and the fight against recession." And he warned that nuclear war is the real danger.
Later, also read a cable from the Agence France Presse reporting on a BBC interview with former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, where the international community warned that the alternative may not have the military option if Iran develops weapons nuclear.

"I think that there is no alternative to this, should receive this message loud and clear," Blair said, echoing a threat already brandished the U.S. and Israel, concluded the cable.
The First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba noted that Iran has no nuclear weapons, has no material to start to build a bomb within a year or two, he said.

He charged that despite this concern, the nuclear powers now have 25 000 such weapons, not counting the huge conventional arsenal that count.
For them, "said Fidel," a research center is a reason to attack them. Having a plant that produces electricity from uranium, is not a crime-emphasized, but for them it is "proof" of weapons.

He also recalled that and with this pretext, in 1981 Israel launched a raid on a research center in Iraq, and in 2007 against another in Syria, which, he said, is never spoken, is a mystery.

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