Israel’s Prisoner of
time has come for U.S.and Europe to inform all the people in the
Middle East that Israel has all the atomic weapons. It is time to
prepare all the states and people for the future NWs. [Nuclear wars.]
Israel is not yet ready to respect all the democracy standards,
human rights, this means Israel is moving toward a nuclear war in
this talk and the meetings are not going to bring any peace. They
are just helping Israelis to cheat themselves. As long as The Wall
exists, the occupation, the settlements, the refugee camps, there
will never be any peace.
Jews of Israel must wake up from their Zionist dreams, wake up from
the policy of Ben Gurion and Shimon Peres who trust atomic weapons.
Theymake nuclear war inevitable.
the U.S. and European obligation is tomake it very clear and open,
that the war is coming.
March 27, 2007
See The Mordechai Vanunu
Nominated repeatedly for the Nobel Peace Prize,
former Israeli nuclear technician Mordechai Vanunu spent 18 years
in prison in Israel, eleven years in solitary confinement, convicted
of treason and espionage for having (in 1986) given The London
Sunday Times inside information regarding Israel’s program
for the construction of atomic weapons of mass destruction. Since
his release from prison, in 2004, Vanunu has repeatedly been targeted
by Israeli authorities for his continuing refusal to abide by Israel’s
demand that he cease having contact with foreign journalists. Vanunu
wishes to leave Israel but the Israeli government will not permit
that. The Jerusalem Post reported — on July 25, 2004
— that Vanunu charged in an interview with the London-based
Arabic newspaper, al-Hayat, that he believed that John F. Kennedy’s
assassination was the direct result of JFK’s efforts to prevent
Israel from building nuclear weapons. Vanunu was first introduced
to this thesis, put forth in Michael Collins Piper’s book,
Final Judgment, by another prominent Israeli dissident,
Israel Shamir. Piper is one of those with whom Vanunu spoke, defying
Israel’s ban on his contact with foreign journalists.