cue the lightning bolts

the only question that matters: is it true?

Iran has signed the NPT. As a signatory to the NPT, Iran may rightfully, legally, use nuclear technology for peaceful energy purposes. Iran has submitted to and passed repeated IAEA inspections. The US intelligence community (NIE) does not consider Iran a nuclear threat. Israel refuses to sign the NPT. Israel has an estimated several hundred undeclared nuclear weapons. Russia and China have warned that an attack on Iran will have global consequences. That's the situation in a nutshell. Where to next, people? Where to?

Have I now become your enemy by telling you the truth? - Galatians 4:16


need many tissues - these are professionals

1. Bibi: Israel is world's "Most Threatened Country" !!!!!
(please send money for our defense)

Israel is "the most threatened country in the world," and the rocket attacks its civilian population has suffered are "attacks not experienced by any other state since Britain in World War II," Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday.

"We are faced with enemies who do not conceal their intentions, and who arm themselves accordingly," the Israeli prime minister said. "They first attack us physically, and then attack our right to self-defense."

He noted that despite the financial success of Israel's military industries, much money will be needed over the next decade to meet the Israeli state's defense needs. These funds can only be secured by faster growth, which in turn can only be achieved by cutting taxes, he argued.

read more @ al manar tv

2. Israeli Airspace Industries leaves Israel? ???!!???!??!?!??!

IAI, Israel’s major defense company, opened a production line in Columbus, Ohio which would supply UAV’s to the US Department of Defense. Such technological transfer is not a normal practice: normal countries guard their know-how jealously and only export complete products. [SNIFF.]

Worse, IAI Board of Directors’ Chairman announced during the opening ceremony that his company will transfer all of its production to the United States, except the minimum required for Israeli defense needs.


3. White House baffled by Clinton's gaffes

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's zigzagging and slips of the tongue, mainly on the Israeli-Palestinian issue, have been causing anger in the Middle East and complicating the peace process [WINK WINK WINK], sources in the White House told the New Republic magazine on Tuesday.

...According to the sources, the White House's Middle East team was busy minimizing the damages Clinton had caused days after she had made the remarks. Yet, it is unclear whether her remarks are made intentionally or are really slips of the tongue.

Sources involved in the State Department have a different opinion. One of them told Ynet that Clinton's zigzagging "is not her fault, but her assistants' fault. She receives contrasting advice before going to press conferences, and that's the source of the problem. She has to be smart enough to know what to do when she receives contrasting advice."

read more @ al manar tv

4. Schalit to be release soon..... !?!?!???!?!

Earlier Wednesday, the US-based Arabic news network Al-Hurra had reported that a deal for Schalit's release would be underway by next week. Without citing sources, the report said that Schalit would be freed in exchange for "hundreds of prisoners."

The report added that the soldier would return to Israel via Egypt. {WHERE MAYBE HE HAS BEEN LIVING THEN? - ED}

Also Wednesday, French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner met with Schalit's parents in Jerusalem. Following the meeting, the soldier's mother, Aviva, said that she had not received any new information concerning her son. Noam Schalit, the soldier's father, reiterated his wife's comments and told Israel Radio that the family was in constant contact with French authorities who were working on the matter. "It's not over 'til it's over," he was quoted as saying.

The IDF soldier, who has been kept captive by Hamas operatives in Gaza {OR EGYPT??? - ED} since June 2006, holds dual French-Israeli citizenship.


5. pictures of Bibi groping at some hottie as he falls off a ladder because he has to wear a heavy bullet proof vest because everyone loves him so. he RISKED HIS LIFE for these pictures so go and see them here:

While climbing down the ladder, Netanyahu, who was wearing heavy body armor, almost lost his balance. A naval commando standing next to him caught him and held onto him so he did not fall into the water.

6. oil wealth clouds vision of Chavez, Ahmadinejad, says Peres

Buenos Aires - Oil wealth has clouded the vision of leaders like Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, said Israeli President Shimon Peres in comments published Wednesday by Argentine newspaper Critica. "There are similarities between Ahmadinejad and Chavez because their thoughts are both clouded by oil," said Peres. That blindness has led both into political madness, he said. Peres also predicted that both presidents will soon fall from power. "Their own people are tired of these rulers. They are both only fleeting phenomena," he said while speaking at a conference Tuesday. Iran and Venezuela have established close ties. Peres, in his speech, renewed complaints that Iran wants to destroy Israel and rule the Middle East. He said Iran's efforts to create a nuclear programme will eventually require intervention by the US or Russia. "The Iranians maintain that they would not build any nuclear bombs, so why do they need nuclear-capable rockets?" Peres asked. During Peres' two-day stay in Argentina, he visited the Amia Jewish culture centre, where 85 people died in a 1994 bomb blast. Israel and Argentina have accused current Iranian Defence Minister Ahmad Vahidi of responsibility for the attack.

source: earth times

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