According to many analysts all these events are the covert tactics of CIA and Mussad both in collaboration to sabotage Iran’s nuclear ambitions as initial attempts so as to avoid direct military confrontation with Iran.
Roger Cohen a columnist from New York Times shared the same thoughts recently in his column for NYT. He wrote: `The Obama administration has a doctrine. It`s called the doctrine of silence. A radical shift from president Bush`s war on terror, it has never been set out to the American people. There has seldom been so big a change in approach to US strategic policy with so little explanation. I approve of the shift even as it makes me uneasy’.
‘One day, I suspect, there may be payback for this policy and this silence. President Obama has gone undercover’.
Cohen referred to the blast which killed Gen Moghaddam, bided by many as the ‘architect’ of the country nuclear missiles program in last year November and added: `Nuclear scientists have perished in the streets of Tehran. The Stuxnet computer worm has wreaked havoc within the Iranian nuclear facilities. It would take tremendous naiveté to believe these events are not the result of a covert American-Israeli drive to sabotage Iran`s efforts to develop a military nuclear capacity’.
Albeit this, Iran has signed a defense agreement with the Afghan government and they are in consonance with the Taliban and Afghan government’s stance on a peaceful withdrawal of the U.S troops till 2014 which clearly shows that if Washington is yearning for peaceful talks and resolution with the Taliban, they must take on board all the stakeholders involved in the region specially the regional powers encompassing Pakistan and Iran. One can only keep the fingers crossed that the U.S does not jump into another war monotonous with the recent failures.