Every political aware person knows that Israel is the only country in the Middle East which has nuclear bombs (240-400) – but American lawmakers including president Barack Obama are afraid to talk about it. Watch below Obama and other pathetic anti-Iran lawmakers making excuses for the Zionist regime.
The Federation of American Scientists (FAS) has reported that Washington by 1975 was convinced that Israel had nuclear weapons. On December 8, 1960, the CIA issued a report outlining Dimona’s implications for nuclear proliferation, and the CIA station in Tel Aviv had determined by the mid-1960s that the Israeli nuclear weapons program was an established and irreversible fact.
Peter McKay wrote in pro-Israel British daily Mail Online (February 20, 2012) that “Israelis and Americans threaten to bomb Iran, creating a new Middle East war. They say it might be necessary to delay or destroy regime’s ability to build nuclear weapons. Though the US and Israel possess weapon, both says Iran must not be allowed to have any because its president , Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, has vowed to wipe Israel of the map“. Historically, it’s Israel which has wiped 3000-year-old Palestine off the map in May 1948.
Professor David Morrison (Trent University, Canada. His wife Dr. Alena Heitlinger also teaches at Trent) says that Israel has nuclear weapons, perhaps as many as 400 of them and receives $3 billion military aid annually from the United States – and both threaten Islamic Republic which even they cannot prove that Iran is in the process of making its first nuclear bomb. Read here and here.
Interestingly, when David Morrison wrote on September 15, 2010 – that ‘Iranian Jews are happy at home’ – he was chased by Israel Hasbara goons for making such ‘anti-Semitic’ statement. In fact, Morrison had quoted Jewish MP Morris Motamed, representing 25,000-strong Iranian Jewish community in Iranian Majlis (parliament) saying that the US Jewish organization’s offer of $6o,000 to each Iranian Jew who leave Iran, as “insulting”, adding that “Iran’s Jews have always been free to emigrate and three-quarters of them did so after 1979 revolution but 70% of them went to American, not Israel”.
Finian Cunningham, a specialist on the region, wrote that the attack on the UAE fishing boat “not only raises questions about criminal disregard for civilian life but it also points out to the Pentagon’s reckless militarisation of the strategic waterway”. Before the killing of the Indian fishermen, the US Navy had put its personnel on “hair-trigger alert” to respond to alleged threats.