Israel’s Secret Weapon

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Israel’s Secret Weapon Which country in the Middle East has undeclared Nuclear weapons? Which country in the Middle East has undeclared biological and chemical capabilities? Which country in the Middle East has no outside inspections? Which country jailed its nuclear whistleblower for 18 years? Vanunu told the world that Israel had developed between one hundred and two hundred atomic bombs and had gone on to develop neutron bombs and thermonuclear weapons. Enough to destroy the entire Middle East and nobody has done anything about it since. It’s thought plutonium is made in Dimona; nuclear weapons are assembled at Yodefat and stored at Zachariah and Eilabun. Three nuclear submarines are based in Haifa and Israel’s biological and chemical warfare laboratories are at Nes Ziona.

Israel never comments on such reports. But evidence continues to emerge. In 1992 an Israeli cargo plane crashed in Amsterdam killing forty-three people. The Israelis claimed it was carrying flowers and perfume.

It took six years and a Dutch parliamentary enquiry before they admitted it was carrying DMMP, a key component for sarin nerve gas. The DMMP was bound for The Israeli Institute of Biological Research at Nes Ziona, one of Israel’s most secret defence sites. It is subject to no international inspection and reporting of its activities in Israel is prevented by strict military censorship. ‘Israel’s secret weapon’ questions the lack of action against the growing nuclear and military power of Israel.

There is growing evidence against this Middle East country though it refuses to admit to any fact. It is supposed to have undeclared Nuclear, Biological and Chemical weapons and has no outside inspections.

Its nuclear whistleblower, Vanunu was jailed for 18 years after declaring to the world that Israel had developed between one hundred and two hundred atomic bombs and had gone on to develop neutron bombs and thermonuclear weapons, but no country took any action or investigated the situation. It’s thought plutonium is made in Dimona; nuclear weapons are assembled at Yodefat and stored at Zachariah and Eilabun. Three nuclear submarines are based in Haifa and Israel’s biological and chemical warfare laboratories are at Nes Ziona.

There have even been alarming reports of DMMP, a key component for sarin nerve gas, being found on a plane which crashed in Amsterdam in 1992 killing 43 people. It was found that the plane was bound for The Israeli Institute of Biological Research at Nes Ziona, one of Israel’s most secret defence sites.

Despite these reports of unscrupulous activities, no international body is inspecting the suspicious happenings in Israel.

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