IAEA's El Baradei: nuclear Israel #1 thread to Mideast

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Tresor, Oct 4, 2009.

  1. Tresor



    TEHRAN, Oct. 4 (Xinhua) -- Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Mohamed ElBaradei said Sunday that "Israel is number one threat to Middle East" with its nuclear arms, the official IRNA news agency reported.

    At a joint press conference with Iran's Atomic Energy Organization chief Ali Akbar Salehi in Tehran, ElBaradei brought Israel under spotlight and said that the Tel Aviv regime has refused to allow inspections into its nuclear installations for 30years, the report said.

    "Israel is the number one threat to the Middle East given the nuclear arms it possesses," ElBaradei was quoted as saying.

    Israel is widely assumed to have nuclear capabilities, although it refuses to confirm or deny the allegation.

    "This (possession of nuclear arms) was the cause for some proper measures to gain access to its (Israel's) power plants ... and the U.S. president has done some positive measures for the inspections to happen," said ElBaradei.

    ElBaradei arrived in Iran Saturday for talks with Iranian officials over Tehran's nuclear program.

    Leaders of the United States, France and Britain have condemned Iran's alleged deception to the international community involving covert activities in its new underground nuclear site.

    Last month, Iran confirmed that it is building a new nuclear fuel enrichment plant near its northwestern city of Qom. In reaction, the IAEA asked Tehran to provide detailed information and access to the new nuclear facility as soon as possible.

    On Sunday, ElBaradei said the UN nuclear watchdog would inspect Iran's new uranium plant near Qom on Oct. 25.
  2. Wallet


    Throughout history the Jewish nation has been ever-present to witness the eventual downfall of every culture and country that has tried to enslave, conquer and exterminate them.
  3. Tresor


    The catch is the Jewish nation (the zionist part of it) keeps on exterminating and enslaving other Semitic nation, Palestinians and plans to bomb Persians.

    Happily, the American media starts to become more objective.

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  4. Wallet



    If they would leave the Jewish nation alone, maybe the Jewish nation would leave them alone.
  5. Zionists need to return the lands and property they stole from Pals, pay money and prison times for their war crimes and crimes against humanity they committed and are committing against Pals to this day.

    Righteous jews are also opposing criminal zionists.

    I would bet that Wallet has been a defender of zionist criminals such as Madoff, Polanski, Milken, Libby, etc.

    You are probably a zionist who defends zionists even after they commit crimes, and acknowledge them.
  6. Here the answer you would likely get from criminal zionists: If Baradei says something against Iran, he is a righteous gentile. If he ever even hints at something negative about Israel, he becomes an antizionist and lunatic.

    These deceiving zionists seem to really think that anyone else is stupid and does not understand their lies and incoherence. They use the same tactic even against US presidents (Jimmy Carter; Obama before election) and righteous Jews who oppose them in their crimes.

    There are many righteous Jews who are against the zionist lies. They need to speak louder to reject crimes done by zionists in the name a good religion which is Judaism.
  7. Wallet


    I wasn't aware they stole land, if my memory serves me, Syria, Jordan and Egypt, along with men and arms from nearly every other Middle east state attacked and tried to annihilate Israel, as a result they got their butts kicked and gave up some ground in the process.

    Like I said before, if other countries in the region would leave them alone, it might be a peaceful place.

    And drop the personal attacks, you know absolutely nothing about me.

    The antisemitic propaganda machine is in full swing tonight.
  8. Tresor


    They did. They only purchased 6 - 8%. The rest was stolen.[/B][/QUOTE]
  9. Bullshit. The arabs had 40% of the land before the partition, guess what, they got 45% during the partition. That's on top of getting the entire Jordan of course.

    The land allocated to the Arab state consisted of all of the highlands, except for Jerusalem, plus one third of the coastline. The highlands contain the major aquifers of Palestine, which supplied water to the coastal cities of central Palestine, including Tel Aviv. The bulk of Israel's territory, however, consisted of the Negev Desert. The desert was not suitable for agriculture, nor for urban development at that time.

    Moreover arab land owners on the Israeli side of the partition would have retained the ownership of their land if the did not join arab armies. Those arabs who stayed and became loyal israelis kept all their property.
  10. Tresor


    Consider communicating your sodomy messages to your boyfriend only. I feel unwell reading this.
    #10     Oct 5, 2009