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>The Southern Republican Leadership Conference What a ho-down ! That must have been a meeting of mental giants or did I mean troglodytes ?
Originally posted by Silcone Synapse
Amazing how after decades of hard evidence that Israel does inded have a substantial nuclear arsenal,the government controlled MSM in the UK are all saying "presumed" nuclear weapons...BBC,SKY,even CNN said the same phrase.
Or is someone telling them what to say by any chance?
The United States is not on the brink of pushing Israel to sign the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty but it could be signalling its willingness to see pressure applied by others as it provides a platform in Washington for such an effort. Moreover, in a little noted move, the Obama administration appears to be using a new diplomatic tool to signal that Israel’s days of “nuclear ambiguity” may be numbered: Israel’s nuclear scientists are now being shut out of the United States.
A report on the Hebrew NRG/Maariv website, under a headline, Dimona reactor workers not welcome in the US, says that workers at Israel’s Dimona nuclear research reactor who submitted visa requests to visit the United States for ongoing university education in physics, chemistry and nuclear engineering, have all been rejected, specifically because of their association with the Dimona reactor. According to the report, this is a new policy decision by the Obama administration, since reactor workers were until recently being issued visas to study in the US.
Originally posted by Hongkongphooey
Whils't I am no lover of Netanyahu's views, which I honestly think are counter productive to peace in the region.
However, i want to pose this question to those anti-zionist, anti-israel and Jew haters (yes there are many on here, but they deny it, although extremely obvious):
Whils't Israel has had Nuclear bomb delivery systems for many decades it has never resorted to using these weapons against it's enemies although it has been provoked and threatened many times.
The real question is: If Palestinian extremists or even other Arab extremist organisations or nations had the bomb, do you think they would even think twice about detonating a nuclear device in or on Israel?
Answers on a postcard please