Vanunu a hero - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Janice
    • 03.07.07 | 02:07 (IDT)

    Israel has never admitted to the world that it has nuclear weapons. Unlike other countries they have not signed the Nuclear Non Proliferation Act. Israel has never been punished for decceiving the world about its nuclear intentions and capabilities. If Israel does not want to admit to the world that it has these hideous weapons then why punish Vanunu if, as Israel wants the world to believe, they have no weapons. Vanunu is a hero and instead of having been sent to prison he should have been hailed as a hero. Certainly any Iranian who testified about his government's nuclear program would be hailed as a hero. Furthermore, it is more than obvious to anyone with even half a brain that anything he saw more than 20 years ago is obsolete. The court's ruling is nothing but spiteful and must be condemned

    from the article: Vanunu to return to prison for violating the terms of his parole
    First published 00:00 02.07.07 | Last updated 00:00 02.07.07
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