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The Central Intelligence Agency, backed by bodies including the State Department's Bureau of Intelligence and Research and the Defense Intelligence Agency, determined in August 1974 that Israel had nuclear "weapons in being," a "small number" of which it "produced and stockpiled."
Israel was also suspected of providing nuclear materials, equipment or technology to Iran, South Africa and other then-friendly countries.
This top secret document, consigned to the CIA's vaults for almost 32 years, was suddenly released to the public this week, during U.S. President George W. Bush's visit to Israel and on the eve of his trip to the Persian Gulf.
Are the Palestinians (or Arabs) really the poster child for human rights? If not, why the big hoopla about Israel?
Originally posted by pexx421
I already told you a good analogy i think. you just keep parroting the same thing.
Originally posted by Britguy
Mr. Vanunu - a single source of information? If what he had to say was untrue then why did the Israelis go to the trouble of kidnapping him and flying him back to Israel then banging him up for 18 years in almost solitary confinement. Since being released he is under basic house arrest and banned from talking to anyone. Nothing to hide?
Originally posted by Shar
I just learned all of this yesterday. Through here. I had no idea. However, how would we feel If a leader in Israel would come out and say, " I know where the US fleet is heading and what they are getting ready to do" or speak of our secrets of any kind. This is what Carter is doing?
He's betraying them!
As far as nuclear weapons . . . I don't see Israel vowing to obliterate other nations.
"All options are on the table, not only in the future."