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Israel has developed Neutron- cannon firing shells and ground to ground missiles capable of carrying Neutron bombs.
Originally posted by buster2010
This is meaningless and isn't that important anyway. The Israeli haters just made this story up to divert attention away from Iran's nukes.
Israel is alone and must pull itself together and deal a crippling blow to Iran and its nuclear program, as a signal to the other six states to back down. This is like the proverbial mule that has to be hit over the head with a huge two-by-four to get its attention.
Iran has to be hit hard enough to take the world's breath away. There is no other solution. Nothing less will do.
It's time to get tough. Here's the plan. Israel can drop a relative handful of neutron bombs (which it possesses) not on Iranian nuclear sites, but on Iranian and Syrian conventional forces, armies and airfields, which would make a ground invasion a cakewalk. Then, Israeli forces could seize the nuclear sites, show them to the world and then destroy them. With invading Israeli ground forces, you don't have to drop an atom bomb on a nuclear plant. You can seize the sites and take the stairs.
The neutron bomb is a nuclear weapon, but it's different from other nuclear weapons. It doesn't destroy property. It merely releases radiation, and the radiation fallout is gone after only about a week. You can actually drive Israeli tanks right through a neutroned area a mere week later with no danger to Israeli troops.
Israel has "hundreds" of tactical and strategic nuclear weapons, including more than 100 nuclear artillery shells, nuclear landmines in the Golan Heights and "hundreds of low-yield neutron warheads,
The package, which includes F-35 stealth fighter bombers, V-22 Ospreys and KC-135 air refueling tankers, will enable Israeli Air Force to strike longer range targets.
Originally posted by rickymouse
So if Israel possibly has the fifth largest nuclear capability in the world, why aren't they required to say how much they have.