'We got to use our best people; gotta use me, but you got to use our best people. And I know the best people,' says Republican front-runner.22:52 01.05.16 | 0 comments
"It is not clear whether his backing for Iran stemmed from his origin" Yossi "Time and again they repeated the phrase that "no proof was found" that Iran's nuclear program had military aspects, even though they were blatantly obvious." Yossi Yet the NIE 2007 assessment came to the same conclusions without relying on IAEA evidence. Why did NIE miss the *blatantly obvious* Yossi? "he repeatedly called for a nuclear-free Middle East" Yossi Many world leaders [Gordon Brown recently] have called for a nuclear free world [which by definition includes the Mid East]. "His animosity toward Israel found special expression after the attack in September 2007 on Syria's nuclear facility. He ensured that Israel's name be mentioned in the IAEA reports about the Syrian nuclear plan, even though this was not necessary. And he added a paragraph stating that Israel had carried out the attack, even though it had never officially admitted doing so." Ironically, numerous articles discussing the said Israeli operation appeared in Haaretz. Quite a number of them penned by Yossi Melman. "Ten weeks have passed since the Israel Air Force attacked in Syria" Yossi Haaretz "I would like to believe that what happened in Syria was that serious, that immediate, that it was worth the risk of all-out war with Syria" Yossi on ABC News. Shhh keep it quiet. In any case, contrary to Yossi's assertion. Israel had indeed admitted that it carried out the attack: "Israel has confirmed that it carried out a strike on a Syrian military installation last month". BBC 2 October 2007. So, when El Baradei actually does state the *blatantly obvious* he is condemned. Something is *blatantly obvious* about this article. Guess what it is?