Do you think, for a moment, that they wouldn't use 'em if they feel they've no choice? If they feel they've no choice, they won't hesitate a heartbeat...and some cities are going to vaporize.
Horrifying, yes. But to them? Taking their enemies down with them into the afterlife? Maybe not so much.
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
Israel can join if Israel WANTS to join, That's to POINT of treaties. If Israel is to now be forced.....I want to see every other nation ..including Islamic nations...FORCED to join the Chem Weapons treaty (Hiya Syria ) as well as human rights treaties, torture treaties, child labor treaties and extradition treaties.
Originally posted by seagull
reply to post by mideast
I'm curious, how do you define Zionist? What makes a person a zionist. By most definitions I've read, I'm a zionist. But I feel no compelling need to conquer, or oppress, people.
I'm not even remotely Jewish, just so you know...
From OP source.
Israeli diplomat Isi Yanouka said his country has continuously pointed to the danger of nuclear proliferation in the Mideast, singling out Iran and Syria by name.
"All these cases challenge Israel's security and cast a dark shadow at the prospect of embarking on a meaningful regional security process," he said.
"The fact that the sponsors include in this anti-Israeli resolution language referring to the 2012 conference proves above all the ill-intent of the Arab states with regard to this conference," Yanouka said.
In 2010, the Angolan government refused to receive openly gay Isi Yanouka as the new ambassador due to his sexuality.
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During 2009.12-2010.12, 1 transactions were related to Yanouka Isi Yitzhak, 0.0 on monthly average. Among them, the most transactions happened in 08, which was 1 times. the fewest transactions happened in 08, which was 1 times.
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Originally posted by Sek82
Great news! Did not see that one coming. Love to hear Bibi's response to it...
The 'No' votes are not very surprising, but Micronesia? Really?
Micronesians volunteer to serve in the U.S. Armed Forces at approximately double the per capita rate as Americans. Americans can live and work freely in the FSM without the need for a visa.
The U.S. will provide about $100 million annually in assistance to the FSM over the next 20 years.
The United States is the FSM's largest trade partner.
Originally posted by Curio
And I'll tell you something else, if the UN keeps humiliating Israel like it has done over the past few days, this situation is going to explode. The end result might be the end of Israel (which many will be happy with) but the mess that's left behind will be unimaginable.
Originally posted by curiouscanadian777
I really fail to see how expecting Israel to abide by the same rules expected of everyone else is humiliating them. I fail to see how giving the Palestinians the same right others have is humiliating or challenging Israel, especially when almost everyone agrees that the statehood resolution was symbolic only. "Good news Palestinians - we've agreed that legally you exist!"
But if Israel wants to pontificate and dictate to Iran and others, then they should have to follow the same policies it expects them to. If it doesn't want transparency to its own program it should STFU about others'.
I say, everyone keep what they have and that the NPT should be about not making more and being transparent about what you have/don't have.
Originally posted by UltraMarine
reply to post by seagull
Israel has become one of the greatest threat to the global peace and security .