THE ZIONIST ENTITY NUKES THE REAL THREAT TO WORLD SECURITY AND PEACE
by Syarif Hidayat
The US-led western regimes and western civilization are only afraid of nuclear weapons in the Islamic country (they call it as “Islamic Nuclear Bomb”). They are not or less afraid of Jewish Nuclear Bombs, Hindu Nuclear Bombs, Chinese Nuclear Bombs or Christian Nuclear Bombs!
That is why the US President Barack Obama and the other western leaders are easily drugged and dragged by Israel to be ‘HEROICALLY’ outspoken and noisy against the Iranian nuclear energy program. But they are “AWFULLY” silent about the Zionist entity weapons of mass destruction (Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Bombs) and weapons of ethnic cleansing (Ethnic Bomb) build-up!
Iran is developing nuclear energy program must not alarm the Arab world and the world as a whole. Israel has more than enough nuclear bombs to destroy the whole Middle East at any moment! So what?
The Israeli weapons of mass destruction (Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Bombs) and weapons of ethnic cleansing (Ethnic Bomb) are the real threat to the world security!!
However, just as threatening to Arabs, and the world, is Israel’s aggressive stance towards using its own 200 to 500 nuclear weapons — ones which it has never formally admitted exist. These weapons can be deployed by air, missile or submarine to almost any place on earth.
Whatever the number, there is little doubt that Israeli nukes are among the world’s most sophisticated, largely designed for “war fighting” in the Middle East. A staple of the Israeli nuclear arsenal are “neutron bombs,” miniaturized thermonuclear bombs designed to maximize deadly gamma radiation while minimizing blast effects and long term radiation- in essence designed to kill people while leaving property intact.
Israel now may have as many as 500 atomic and hydrogen nuclear weapons, as well as the ability to launch them via long range missiles, submarines and aircraft. It can use them in a second strike even if its military is devastated.
Originally a strategy of last resort retaliation – even if it means Israel’s annihilation – it has developed into being a nuclear bullying strategy to further Israel’s territorial goals through threats and blackmail. Israel has bullied not only Arab and Muslim nations, but the United States and Russia with its Samson Option threats. Mordechai Vanunu has alleged that Israel uses for purposes of blackmail its ability to “bombard any city all over the world, and not only those in Europe but also those in the United States.”
A former Israeli official justified Israel’s threats. “You Americans screwed us” in not supporting Israel in its 1956 war with Egypt. “We can still remember the smell of Auschwitz and Treblinka. Next time we’ll take all of you with us.”
General Moshe Dayan, a leading promoter of Israel’s nuclear program, has been quoted as saying “Israel must be like a mad dog, too dangerous to bother.”
Amos Rubin, an economic adviser to former Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir, said “If left to its own Israel will have no choice but to fall back on a riskier defense which will endanger itself and the world at large…”
Ariel Sharon, demonstrating the Israeli nuclear arsenal arrogance, says things like: “We are much more important than (Americans) think. We can take the Middle East with us whenever we go” and “Arabs may have the oil, but we have the matches.”
Ezar Weissman, former Israeli president said “The nuclear issue is gaining momentum (and the) next war will not be conventional.”
It seems that the American leaders are afraid of Israel’s nuclear weapons and its threats to use them if the United States ever withdraws its full backing or if Israel’s possession of its stolen Palestinian lands is ever seriously endangered. Threats include retaliatory — or even preemptive — attacks on Muslim, Russian and even European and the US targets. Any attack on Russia, of course, would quickly bring massive retaliation against Israel’s greatest ally — the United States.
No doubt this is a major reason U.S. political leaders approach Israel with fear and respect — and rarely punish it for its violations of U.S. law, United Nations Resolutions, the Geneva Convention and a variety of other treaties. Israel has a nuclear knife to America’s throat.
A political analyst says Israel poses a “real threat” to world peace, adding the international community must deal with the menace before the outbreak of a third world war, Press TV reports. In an interview with Press TV Sunday, February 23, 2014, James Morris, a US-based commentator, said that Tel Aviv threatens both the region and the entire world, stressing, “How many wars has Israel started in the Middle East? Lebanon, Gaza, Palestine, over and over.”
“So, I think the real threat to world peace is Israel, and unless we address that, we could be on the brink of the next world war,” added the analyst.
Morris further described Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as “hypocritical,” saying Tel Aviv uses Iran’s nuclear issue as a “pretext” to set the stage for another war in the Middle East.
The progress of nuclear talks between Iran and the P5+1 group – Russia, China, France, Germany, the UK and the US — has provoked the ire of Israel, with the Zionist regime intensifying efforts to derail the negotiations.
On Sunday, February 23, 2014, the Israeli premier said the Islamic Republic is “getting everything and giving virtually nothing” in its nuclear negotiations with the six states, adding that he would raise the issue with German Chancellor Angela Merkel during an upcoming meeting with her.
Israeli which is believed to be the sole possessor of nuclear weapons in the Middle East with 200-400 warheads, has refused to acknowledge that it possesses nuclear arms and, unlike Iran, is not a signatory to the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). Israel does not allow the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inspectors to visit its nuclear facilities.
A new report reveals Israel has been secretly building its nuclear arsenal since the 1950s with a minimum of international criticism thanks to support from its Western allies. The report published by the British daily the Guardian says Israel’s nuclear programs are based on technology and material that either Tel Aviv received from its allies or were stolen by its agents.
The report says Tel Aviv has managed to assemble an entire underground nuclear arsenal, and lists the United States, France, Britain, Germany and Norway as major contributors to the Israeli programs. It has cited one instance where Israel acquired 20 tons of Norwegian heavy water via the UK as well as the purchase of about 100 tons of yellowcake from Argentina in the 1960s, without the safeguards typically used in nuclear transactions to prevent the material being used in weapons.
The report condemned Washington and London for turning a blind eye to Israel’s arsenal while pointing a finger at Iran despite knowing that Tehran is not after a bomb. The Israeli regime is widely believed to be the sole possessor of nuclear weapons in the Middle East with up to 400 nuclear warheads.
In its Yearbook 2012, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute said that Israel possesses at least 80 “highly operational” nuclear warheads.
Israel also invariably refused to either allow inspections of its nuclear facilities or join the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT).
Ex-Knesset speaker confirms Israel’s possession of nukes
A former Knesset (parliament) speaker confirms that Israel has nuclear weapons, urging the regime to openly acknowledge their possession, a report says. Avraham Burg said that Israel possesses nuclear and chemical weapons and called for an end to the regime’s policy of ambiguity in this regard.
Israel has “an obligation to hold a public and courageous debate about them. Enough with the ambiguity,” he said during a conference on nuclear weapons in the Middle East. The conference which was held in the northern city of Haifa was also attended by the mayor of the Japanese city of Hiroshima, the Hebrew-language Maariv newspaper reported.
Describing the policy of ambiguity as “outdated and childish,” Burg further said that nuclear weapons are a political liability and long-term danger.
He said Israel must choose between nuclear weapons for all or for none.
The Israeli regime is widely believed to be the sole possessor of a nuclear arsenal in the Middle East with up to 400 undeclared nuclear warheads.
Tel Aviv has rejected global calls to join the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and does not allow international inspectors to observe its controversial nuclear program. In September, the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) expressed grave concern over Israel’s undeclared nuclear arsenal.
A political commentator says the world should focus on Israel’s nuclear weapons program and urge the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council to more speedily dismantle their nukes. Hamid Golpira made the remarks in an interview with Press TV.
Most experts estimate that Israel has about 200 nuclear warheads, largely based on information leaked to the Sunday Times newspaper in the 1980s by Mordechai Vanunu, a former worker at Israel’s Dimona nuclear reactor.
Israel, which has started several wars in the region in its 65-year history of occupation, maintains a policy of deliberate ambiguity over its nuclear weapons program and does not allow international inspectors to visit its nuclear sites.
On the other hand, the illegal US-engineered sanctions on Iran have been imposed based on the unfounded accusation that Tehran is pursuing non-civilian objectives in its nuclear energy program. Iran rejects the allegation, arguing that as a committed signatory to the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and a member of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), it has the right to use nuclear technology for peaceful purposes.
In addition, the IAEA has conducted numerous inspections of Iran’s nuclear facilities but has never found any evidence showing that Iran’s civilian nuclear program has been diverted to nuclear weapons production.
Commenting on why there is so much hype about Iran’s peaceful nuclear energy program but no serious discussion about Israel’s nuclear weapons program, Golpira said, “There’s the rub, that’s the point. Israel has nuclear weapons, and some other countries have nuclear weapons too, even the NPT grants the five countries to have temporarily nuclear weapons, but the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty says eventually they must dismantle their nuclear weapons.
“Israel and some other countries have nuclear weapons and they are not signatories to the NPT. So, they are technically not violating the treaty because they have not signed it, but at the same rate, it is becoming a certain kind of international law that they are not supposed to be having a nuclear weapons program like this.
“And on top of that they have this nuclear ambiguity — they have this official policy that we don’t say if we have nuclear weapons and we don’t say if don’t — [but] most people are pretty certain that they do have nuclear weapons. The fact is that the world is not coming down on Israel, which has nuclear weapons, or pushing the five countries that have a kind of temporary pass in the NPT to more speedily dismantle their nuclear weapons… Although there is not exact timetable, but the NPT says even these countries must eventually dismantle their nuclear weapons, and it must be a nuclear-weapons free world, and there must be a total nuclear disarmament. At least, that is what one of the articles of the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty says.”
Addressing the UN Conference on Disarmament in September in New York, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called for the total elimination of nuclear weapons and global nuclear disarmament. “As long as nuclear weapons exist, the risk of their use, threat of use and proliferation persists. The only absolute guarantee is their total elimination,” Rouhani said.
An American political commentator says Israel was behind the assassination of former US President John F. Kennedy because he opposed Israel’s plans of becoming a nuclear power in the Middle East. Dr. Kevin Barrett made the remarks in an interview with Press TV on Saturday, Nov 23, 2013, a day after Americans commemorated the 50th anniversary of Kennedy’s death. “Anyone with any common sense knows that Israel getting nuclear weapons was a complete disaster for the world,” he said.
“The Israelis are fanatical extremists who feel that they are being persecuted everywhere they go and they have to be extremely harsh, unyielding and aggressive as well as deceptive and violent with the world. So they have a terrible track record of extreme deception, lies and extreme violence. They are ruthless, they are psychopathic and they are the most likely…to use nuclear weapons,” Barrett added.
“President Kennedy like President Eisenhower and all rational Americans obviously wouldn’t want Israel to have nuclear weapons. Kennedy tried to shut down the Israeli nuclear program. [Former Israeli Prime Minister David] David Ben-Gurion resigned in protest and less than six months later Kennedy was dead and Israel was on its way to becoming a nuclear power,” he stated. On November 22, 1963, Kennedy was killed by sniper Lee Harvey Oswald in Dallas. He was shot as he rode in an open car through the city.
Although official inquiries have determined Oswald, a former Marine Corps veteran, was responsible for the assassination, Kennedy’s murder is still shrouded in mystery. The 46-year-old president, who had been in office only for three years, is often ranked among the country’s most revered presidents.
However, Kennedy is also remembered for ordering one of the most disastrous parts of the Cold War, the failed Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba by a CIA-trained paramilitary force of Cuban exiles. Kennedy was the fourth US president to be killed in office. Many refuse to believe the assassination could be the act of a single man.
British MP George Galloway says Israel’s nuclear weapons must be destroyed in order to achieve peace in the Middle East. The Respect Party parliamentarian made the remarks in an interview with Press TV on Tuesday night.
We “have been making this very point for more than 30 years since Mordechai Vanunu told us about Israel’s nuclear weapons, having been walked in the nuclear weapons plant of Dimona in the Negev in occupied Palestine. It is illegally holding hundreds of nuclear weapons which have never been inspected, which are subject to no treaty,” Galloway said.
“Israel refuses even to confirm that it might be true that it is a nuclear weapons power. So, the demand will grow for the nuclear-weapons-free Middle East and that requires the destruction of Israel’s nuclear weapons armory,” he added. Most experts estimate that Israel has about 200 nuclear warheads, largely based on information leaked to the Sunday Times newspaper in the 1980s by Vanunu, a former worker at Israel’s Dimona nuclear reactor.
Israel, which has started several wars in the region in its 65-year history of occupation, maintains a policy of deliberate ambiguity over its nuclear weapons program and does not allow international inspectors to visit its nuclear sites. (HSH)