British Prime Minister David Cameron has once again shown his complaisance for the Zionist lobby as he warns of taking no option “off the table” in the case of Iran’s so-called failure to allay international concerns over its nuclear energy program.
In a speech to the annual dinner of the United Jewish Israel Appeal (UJIA) in London on October 15, Cameron tried to please Israel, which has recently stepped up threats of carrying out a strike against Iran’s nuclear energy facilities, as he claimed that “nothing is off the table” with regard to the Islamic Republic in a desperate bid to stop Iran’s peaceful nuclear activities.
The Prime Minister also warned the Israeli regime against a unilateral strike on Iran’s nuclear energy facilities, stressing that the US and European Union (EU) sanctions against the Islamic Republic should be given time to work.
Meanwhile, foreign ministers of the European Union (EU) agreed on a new round of unilateral and illegal sanctions against Iran over its nuclear energy program.
While analysts have dismissed Israel’s capability to launch military aggression against Tehran, the regime has continued its threats, which are based on the unfounded claims that the peaceful nuclear activities of the Islamic Republic have been diverted to include a military component.
Iranian officials have refuted the allegation and have promised a crushing response to any military strike against the country, warning that any such measure could lead to a war that would spread beyond the Middle East.
Furthermore, a few months ago, it was reported that a senior British envoy met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his Minister for Military Affairs Ehud Barak in order to express Britain’s fear of the prospect of an uncoordinated attack on Iran, insisting that there is time for diplomatic measures to work.