Israel’s strategic ambiguity over nukes!
-DR. ABDUL RUFF COLACHAL
Israel is the only nuke power in Mideast threatening peace and tranquility in the region. But in order to escape punitive measure from IAEA, Israel maintains what it calls “strategic ambiguity”
USA continues to shield Zionist criminal regime as well as its nukes got illegally from Pentagon. The USA-Israel terror twins harps on Iranian legitimate drive for nuclear technology in order only to divert global attention from Israeli nukes.
It is no surprise that Israeli non-Mullahs have time and again proved that they are cleverest people on earth, followed only Americans. Israeli Jews both threaten Arab nation and blackmail American state because of their secret nuke deals with Pentagon and CIA.
By all accounts it was America that illegally provided nuke technology and support to Israel make bombs. A letter from Henry Kissinger to President Nixon in 1969 describes U.S. concerns that Israel “make no visible introduction of nuclear weapons” or “undertake a nuclear test program”. According to the letter, the Israeli government told the U.S. it “would not become a nuclear power.”
Israel remains one of the extremely secretive state with hidden agendas, not released even to its mentors in USA. In 1986, Mordechai Vanunu, an Israeli nuclear technician, leaked the country’s alleged nuclear secrets to a British newspaper, and said Israel had at least 100 nuclear weapons. Vanunu was later convicted of espionage and treason and was released from jail in 2004 after serving 17 years.
Israel perhaps is the second country to go nuclear soon after the WW-II. But they never revealed the facts and figures as per the instructions of CIA.
Israel has at least 80-100 nuclear warheads and the potential to double that number. US experts have confirmed this. The Zionist country has enough fissile material for an additional 115 to 190 warheads, according to the report, meaning it could as much as double its arsenal..
Earlier this year, an IAEA team inspected the facility at Israel’s request for a first-ever comprehensive safety review, a concern after the nuclear accident at Fukushima, Japan, in 2011.
Some in Pentagon/CIA say that Israel perhaps stopped production of nuclear warheads in 2004 when authentic reports about Israeli nukes came out upsetting Zionist secret agenda. but technical advancements went further. Israel continued to adhere to its vagueness policy after comments made in 2006 by then-Prime Minister Ehud Olmert who sent the military terorirsts to attack Gaza strip of Palesitne , kiling thosuands of peopel there, icnidng childrfen and women, were interpreted by many as an inadvertent confirmation that Israel had nuclear weapons.
Founded in 1952, the Israel Atomic Energy Commission, is nearly as old as the state. It acknowledges two “nuclear research centers,” one in central Israel, the other in the Negev desert. The facility at Soreq is under supervision of the IAEA, the International Atomic Energy Agency, whose inspectors routinely ensure it is being used for research purposes only.
Although widely assumed a nuclear power, Israel has never acknowledged possessing nuclear weapons or capabilities and continues to maintain its decades-old “strategic ambiguity” policy on the matter, neither confirming nor denying foreign reports on the issue.
Previous estimates have been higher but the new figures agree with the 2013 Stockholm International Peace Research Institute yearbook on armament and international security. The yearbook estimated 50 of Israel’s nuclear warheads were for medium-range ballistic missiles and 30 were for bombs carried by aircraft, according to a report in the Guardian.
The 40-year-old facility at Soreq is expected to be phased out by the end of the decade and replaced with a particle accelerator, according to Israeli media. But the nuclear facility in Dimona, a location in Israel’s southern Negev desert, is off-limits for the IAEA and not under its supervision. According to foreign reports, that is where the nuclear warheads have been produced since 1967.
Of the many multilateral agreements on nuclear issues the IAEA offers, Israel has signed a few and ratified fewer, mostly relating to nuclear safety issues. But it is not a party to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons. In 2010, Israel dismissed a demand from the parties to join.
Israeli defence analyst Amir Oren wrote that the ambiguity policy has done “its duty honorably and can now retire.” In the current regional conditions, Israel could benefit from giving up the vagueness
Oh, yes, none can be too smart to fool the world forever!
د. عبد راف
-BY DR. ABDUL RUFF COLACHAL has been an educationist, Columnist-Commentator on world affairs Expert on Mideast Affairs, Chronicler of Foreign occupations & Freedom movements (Palestine, Kashmir, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Xinjiang, Chechnya, etc.) Chancellor-Founder of Centor for International Affairs(CIA); Former university Teacher; Editor:INTERNATIONAL OPINION; FOREIGN POLICY ISSUES; Author of books;website: http://abdulruff.wordpress.com/ mail: email@example.com/Phone: 91-8129081217