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    • zionist forever
    • 23.09.09 | 14:54 (IDT)

    The UN General Assembly can demand that Israel opens up Dimona to international inspection but if Israel refuses that is its right. The General Assembly has passed more resolutions against Israel than any other country but if it doesn't suit us we ignore them The resolution demanding palestinian right of return is again a General Assembly one and so Israel is entitled to say no Its also very convenient for the arabs who don't have nukes, who have launched a series of wars against Israel and are our enemies officially or unofficially to demand Israel give up its nukes Especially convenient considering Egypt & many other arab states have chemical weapons and have used them before. If Israel allows inspectors into Dimona or even gives up its nukes one day it will be because its elected government made the decided to do it not the unelected Hosani Mubarak or any other politician not elected to represent Israel. Israel has chosen not to sign the NPT so having nukes is all perfectly legal

    from the article: Egypt urges UN: Monitor Israel nuclear program
    First published 14:38 23.09.09 | Last updated 14:39 23.09.09
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