#1 Bob M. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • The Rabbi
    • 19.03.07 | 18:56 (IST)

    Its no darn secret Israel has nuclear wepons. Its also no doubt that Israel could only have acquired them with the US financial and technical assistance, so why the hypocracy with Israel and the US 'fearing' Iran's nuclear program? With Israel having over 200 nuclear bombs and the US more than 10,000, I see no threat from Iran even if they were trying to acquire them. If nuclear wepons make Israel and the US feel 'secure' from their enemies, what is wrong with Iran wanting to secure its people as well? Where does it say ONLY Israel should be able to protect itself in the Middle East and no one else should have that ability. Israel will never embrace the idea of a nuclear free Middle East being the only country in that region that did not sign the nuclear treaty. That did not give Israel the right to think they can have nuclear wepons (under cover) and no one else in the region can't. Who do you think you are?

    from the article: U.S. grants Ahmadinejad visa for address to UN Security Council
    First published 00:00 19.03.07 | Last updated 00:00 19.03.07
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