Israel, in defiance of an Arab led UN resolution, endorsed by US President Obama, has said no to the latest call for nuclear disarmament and the distinct possibility of nuclear annihilation by Iran, who has sworn to wipe Israel off the face of the earth. Israel said it would not attend a 2012 conference slated to establish a nuclear weapons free Middle East.
JERUSALEM (AP) – Israel, thought to be the Middle East’s only nuclear power, has rejected a new U.N. call to come clean about its secretive nuclear program, calling it a “deeply flawed and hypocritical” act that ignores the threat posed by its sworn enemy Iran.
The resolution backed by the 188 members of the non-Proliferation Treaty puts pressure on Israel to open up its nuclear arsenal for inspection and to disarm. Israel has maintained a superior position by keeping its nuclear strength a top secret from its Muslim neighbors intent on mayhem and the destruction of Israel. It is the ambiguous nature of Israel’s nuclear arsenal that has kept Muslim countries like Iran at bay, thus insuring peace in the Middle East
Israel issued a statement concerning the UN resolution.
This resolution is deeply flawed and hypocritical: It ignores the realities of the Middle East and the real threats facing the region and the entire world.
It “singles out Israel” yet “the terrorist regime in Iran, which is racing to develop nuclear weapons and which openly threatens to wipe Israel off the map, is not even mentioned in the resolution.
Obviously, it would be a great tactical advantage for Israel’s enemies to learn the true nature of Israel’s nuclear capabilities and an even greater advantage to get Israel to disarm and be relatively defenseless to Iran’s coming nuclear weaponry.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad continues to thumb his nose at the rest of the world while Iran continues feverishly to attain ballistic missiles with nuclear capability and makes repeated threats to destroy Israel.
The rest of the world and President Obama are in an appeasement mode toward Ahmadinnejad, recalling Neville Chamberlain’s capitulation toward Adolf Hitler to guarantee “Peace In Our Time”; fortunately, Netanyahu is more of a realist, of course Israel is the country that risks nuclear annihilation.
President Obama, no friend of Israel, will be meeting with Netanyahu on Tuesday to discuss Israel’s reluctance to appease the Arab world; since Obama wants Netanyahu to see the advantages of capitulation, it is doubtful that he will keep the Israeli Prime Minister waiting for hours while he has dinner with his family
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