Monday, November 14, 2011

Iran Blames Israel For Stuxnet Virus, then Stars: Now Facing Duqu Virus

 Nadene Goldfoot                                        

Nadene Goldfoot

Iran had experienced a computer virus last year called the Stuxnet.  Since then in April they have experienced another attack called Stars. 

They just had a mysterious blast SW of Tehran at a missile base that killed 17 in the explosion.  The day after the attack they found their computers were hit with the Duqu virus. 

For a country that has called Israel every detestible name under the sun and has thrown in the threats of destroying it, this is good news since their missiles with atomic death are driven by their computer system.  Whoever has come up with such a non-violent way to stop attacks on Israel, the United States and any other freedom loving country, I cheer for you.  Sanctions haven't helped to stop Iran in their mission to have atomic weapons, and some countries are even unwilling to do that much.  What makes Iran different from Korea or Pakistan is that they have been so blatant in announcing what evil they plans of destruction they have  to bring down on the heads of Israel and her friends.  Their hatred for Israel is like a vendetta, a blood feud.
Iran testing their huge shabab missiles to be used on
USA and Israel according to their many threats
 It makes me wonder if Ahmadinejad isn't related to Haman, Chief minister of Ahasuerus, king of Persia, who wanted to order all the Jews in Persia to be killed.  He didn't like Queen Esther's Uncle Mordecai, so he schemed for the annihilation of all the country's Jews.  He wound up being hanged along with all his sons.  Actually, Haman may have been a  descendant of Agag, King of Amalek.  The Amaleks were an  original hateful group against Jews.  We remember this historical event with the holiday of Purim. 
Update:  We need another virus for their computers. 

Resource: Artutz Sheva: After Stuxnet: Iran Detects Another Computer Virus by Elad Benari
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