Last month, the Holocaust conman, Elie Wiesel, took full-page advertisements in the Jew York Times and the Wall Street Journal, urging the US Senate to impose new sanctions against Iran in order to kill the 6-month interim deal between P5+1 and Iran over country’s nuclear program. The ad was paid by the Birthright Israel co-founder Michael Steinhardt.
The Israel-First, Elie Wiesel, in the said ads ranted: “I appeal to President Obama and Congress to demand, as a condition of continued talks, the total dismantling of Iran’s nuclear structure and regime’s public and complete repudiation of all genocidal intends against Israel. And I appeal to the leaders of the US Senate to go forward with their vote to strengthen sanctions against Iran until these conditions have been met.” In other words, Wiesel was urging the United States’ lawmakers to act like Israeli Knesset instead of looking for the interests of Americans who voted them to sit in the Congress and Senate.
In 2012, Elie Wiesel suggested that Israeli Mossad should kidnap Iranian President Dr. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as it kidnapped Adolf Eichman, who helped World Zionist Movement in deporting European Jews to the British occupied Palestine. Zionist historian, Lenni Brenner, in his book 51 Documents: Zionists Collaboration With the Nazis has reported that Adolf Eichmann was himself a Zionist and supported the creation of a ‘Jewish Homeland’ in Palestine. Hennecke Kardel in his book Adolf Hitler: Begruender Israels, says that Eichmann was a full-blooded Jew. According to Eichmann himself, he was a radical Zionist. Eichman was executed by the Zionist regime in 1961 for “War Crimes”.
Rabbi David Goldberg, described Elie Wiesel in an article published by British daily Independent (August 31, 2000): “Wiesel reveals himself as vain, arrogant, gullible and naive about international affairs. He defends his silence over the worst excesses of former Israeli governments with the hackneyed excuse that only those who live there have a right to criticize. That doesn’t deter him from being vociferously and justifiably critical about Austria, Germany, the Soviet Union, Poland, Bosnia and Serbia.”
Daniel McGowan PhD, who runs an organization, called ‘The Jewish Foundation for the Righteous , in 2006, called Elie Wiesel, fraud.
Jewish academic, Norman Finkelstein PhD, whose both father and mother were Holocaust survivors – called Wiesel “a liar” in his famous book, ‘The Holocaust Industry’. World renowned Jewish academic Dr. Noam Chomsky called Wiesel “a terrible fraud”. Richard Silverstein at the Jewish magazine Tikun Olam called Wiesel “the Master propagandist – Any political movement would give its eye and teeth to have him on its side“.
Having cleared the Zionist-fog around Elie Wiesel, let us listen to a Hindu writer, Rajeev Agarwal, whose article, entitled, ‘Iran Nuclear Deal: Why would Iran want to weaponize?‘, published at the ‘Institute of Peace and Conflic Studies‘ on December 13, 2013. Dr. Agarwal is a Research Fellow, at the ‘Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA),‘ New Delhi.
“With the exception of Israel, which keeps calling for military strikes on Iran to destroy its nuclear weapons programme, there is little threat to Iran in the region. Iraq is well and truly under the Iranian sphere of influence after the second Gulf War. Afghanistan and Pakistan have too many of their own internal problems. Syria and Lebanon (under the influence of Iran-sponsored Hezbollah) have long been Iranian allies. Iran has enjoyed improved relations with Turkey despite the current Syrian crisis being a temporary dampener. The Saudi Arabia-led GCC has been Iran’s rivals but never demonstrated the capability or intention of taking any unilateral offensive action against Iran. The only potent military threat to Iran emanates from the US which too has been calling for dialogue with Iran instead of military strikes for the past few years. Thus Iran, in present circumstances, does not seem to be unduly threatened by any external military threat except possibly Israel,“says Agarwal.
“Domestically, the nuclear programme has been a huge rallying point for the regime and has become a major source of nationalism. Iran and its people have endured economic sanctions over the nuclear programme and discrimination by the international community despite its legitimate right to pursue a peaceful nuclear programme as a member of the NPT. The Supreme Leader too has frequently said that getting a nuclear bomb is un-Islamic and that Iran is not in pursuit of nuclear weapons. For Iran to acquire nuclear weapons unilaterally would go against this public discourse and discredit the regime, threatening its security,” adds Agarwal.
“The empirical history of nuclear weapons clearly proves two facts; firstly, no nation has yet been prevented from becoming a nuclear weapons state if it sets its sights on it, whether it was India, Pakistan, North Korea or Israel. Secondly, there has yet been no case of a nuclear weapon power using its nuclear weapons in a conflict. Iran has conducted itself with restraint and is yet to be directly involved in any military conflict (after the war with Iraq in 1980s) in a conflict-ridden region. It would therefore not be in Iran’s interests to declare a nuclear weapons programme unilaterally even if it has the capability. Maintaining a state of ‘nuclear latency’ would be the best option which would leave the window open for a ‘quick breakout’ to assemble a bomb if and when it is either attacked or is threatened militarily,” concludes Agarwal. Read complete article here.
On January 16, 2014, Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif in an interview with RT warned the ‘Israel Firsts’ in the US Congress and Senate that they would not like consequences if US imposed new sanctions.
“If they believe that sanctions are so important, then they can test it and see the consequences. I don’t think the consequences would be something that they would like,” he said.