U.N. to Israel: Open nuclear program to inspection

Discussion in 'Politics' started by walter4, Dec 7, 2012.

  1. UNITED NATIONS The U.N. General Assembly overwhelmingly approved a resolution Monday calling on Israel to quickly open its nuclear program for inspection and backing a high-level conference to ban nuclear weapons from the Middle East that was just canceled.

    All Arab nations and Iran had planned to attend the conference in mid-December in Helsinki, Finland, but the United States announced on Nov. 23 that it wouldn't take place, citing political turmoil in the region and Iran's defiant stance on nonproliferation. Iran and some Arab nations countered that the real reason for the cancellation was Israel's refusal to attend


  2. The UN recognizes ( execept for one nation and her client states) that Israel is up to shenanigans.

    We will see how this plays out.
  3. Arnie


    Resolutions adopted by the 193-member General Assembly are not legally binding, but they do reflect world opinion and carry moral and political weight.

    Haven't laughed that hard since reading one of Rennick's posts. :D
  4. Israel has a right to have nukes to defend itself against the crazy muzzie terrorists. Without the threat of annihilation, the Arab terrorists may attack our ally Israel.

    Israel must be defended at all costs, for the Bible prophecy to come to fruition. We await the return of our Lord.
  5. You'll stop laughing when US starts another war.. (and will beg for UN help)
  6. Better not. It will scare the Arabs shitless.
  7. Why should Israel cooperate with the corrupt UN?

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