Former Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Dore Gold has written a book that should provide insights on how to deal with Iran and its unstated quest for nuclear weapons. The book is entitled, “The Rise of Nuclear Iran.”
Here is an excerpt of a review from the Human Events Book Service (link above):
In The Rise of Nuclear Iran, Gold traces the U.S.'s past failures to deal with Iran and explains why diplomacy alone will continue to backfire -- no matter who is president or which party is in power. Gold details how virtually every recent American administration has at some point reached out to Iran, but none of them ever succeeded in compelling the mullahs to make the slightest change in their unremittingly hostile behavior. Now, with the specter of a nuclear-armed Iran haunting the world, it is all the more urgent that these mistakes must not be repeated. Gold shows why -- and what the free world must do instead to protect itself from the maniacal Islamic regime in Tehran.
Dore Gold points out that a diplomatic solution or at least the kind of diplomatic solution that has been pursued is disastrously impotent to prevent Iran’s nuclear quest to evolve into a State possessing Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) including inter-continental ballistic missiles (ICBM).
Emily Belz writing for WorldMag.com gleans the essence of Gold’s call for a new strategy in an article entitled, “Feeling Alone.”
Included beyond the criticism Democratic Party and GOP Presidents over the years, is the stark fact that the MSM fails to report effectively on. The usurper of Iranian elections President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is an extreme Shi’ite Twelver. Part of his theological beliefs is that global chaos is given a little push. The Hidden Imam (aka the 12th Imam and the Mahdi) will hasten his return to force planet earth to embrace Islam or die.