English KURDI كوردي عربي
ERBIL, June 5 (AKnews)- As the world media is anticipating a forthcoming military intervention against the Iranian nuclear institutions, two Iranian Kurdish party officials believe the time for this attack is yet to come.
At this stage, as the talks of the 5+1 Group have reached a dead end, the military choice is an option, said Abdullah Bahrami, a politburo member of the Kurdistan Democratic Party of Iran.
Bahrami added "but this does not mean that the US and Israel, which are concerned about Iran's possession of nuke, are in a situation to resort to the military option in a short duration."
He explained both the US and Israel are approaching the public elections and the policy for confronting Iran which will be advocated for in the elections campaign will play a key role for attracting the public.
"For the democrats, under the leadership of US President Barak Obama, who has advocated the policy of pressure and negotiations[ with Iran], it is very difficult to resort to the military option [now]," Bahrami said.
But only once Obama could obtain his post for the second term he can declare the offensive against Iran "while if the republicans win the White House the chances of the offensive become stronger."
In case the military option is chosen, Iran will not stand inactive, Bahrami though and anticipated a "wide-ranging war" spreading all over the Middle East.
Salar Pashayi, press secretary for the Kurdistan Toilers Revolutionary Association of Iran, said considering the current situation the military option against Iran is "unlikely.
"It is not the first option for both the US and Europe because the option of an economic embargo and pressure campaign has already been advocated."
Pashayi added that his party, as an opposition rank, does not support the military offensive against Iran.
"Our policy is not to advocate or campaign for the military option," Pashayi said.
He continued "we think the [Iranian] regime should be toppled down by the wave of a revolution by the public and the social movements …which can guarantee a brighter and more democrat future for Iranian peoples, including Kurds."
By Fuad Rahim