Decembre 13 2006
In an interview in Germain TV - the Israeli warlord, Ehud Olmert last night attempted to warn of a nuclear threat imposed by Iran- then he finally had to admitt that the Israelis has nuclear weapons them self.
"Israel is a democracy he claimed and he continued " Israel doesn't threaten any country with anything, we never did. The most that we have tried to get for ourselves is to try to live without terror" - said the terrorist leader the chef-d'oeuvre him self - in absurdity concealing the truth in a show of timidity - masking - with weakness the Israelis destruction plans for other sovereign countries .
The Israelis has refused to sign the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and is widely believed to have nuclear weapons.
Claiming that the Israelis had never threatened"any nation with annihilation," while Iran had threatened to "wipe Israel off the map". Olmert continued "Can you say that this is the same level, when Iranians are aspiring to have nuclear weapons as America, France, Israel and Russia?"
Olmert also said in the SAT1 television station, that Iran is, "aspiring to have nuclear weapons as America, France, Israel, Russia" - in admitting that Israel does in fact have nuclear weapons.
Israeli attacks on Lebanon in July 2006
Statements by Israeli military officials seem to confirm that the destruction of the infrastructure of Lebanon this summer was indeed a goal of the military campaign. On 13 July, shortly after the air strikes began, the Israel Defence Force Chief of Staff Lt-Gen Dan Halutz noted that all Beirut could be included among the targets and that "Nothing is safe in Lebanon as simple as that,"he said.
Deliberate destruction on a chatastrofic scale
During more than four weeks of ground and aerial bombardment of Lebanon by the Israeli armed forces, the country’s infrastructure suffered destruction on a catastrophic scale. Israeli forces pounded buildings into the ground, reducing entire neighbourhoods to rubble and turning villages and towns into ghost towns, as their inhabitants fled the bombardments. Main roads, bridges and petrol stations were blown to bits. Entire families were killed in air strikes on their homes or in their vehicles while fleeing the aerial assaults on their villages. Scores lay buried beneath the rubble of their houses for weeks, as the Red Cross and other rescue workers were prevented from accessing the areas by continuing Israeli strikes.
The hundreds of thousands of Lebanese who fled the bombardment was later facing the danger of unexploded munitions ( clusterbombs ) as they was heading home.
The Israeli Air Force launched more than 7,000 air attacks on about 7,000 targets in Lebanon between 12 July and 14 August, while the Navy conducted an additional 2,500 bombardments.The attacks, though widespread, particularly concentrated on certain areas. In addition to the human toll – an estimated 1,183 fatalities, about one third of whom have been children, 4,054 people injured and 970,000Lebanese people displaced– the civilian infrastructure was severely damaged. The Lebanese government estimates that 31 "vital points" (such as airports, ports, water and sewage treatment plants, electrical facilities) have been completely or partially destroyed, as have around 80 bridges and 94 roads.More than 25 fuel stations and around 900 commercial enterprises were hit. The number of residential properties, offices and shops completely destroyed exceeds 30,000. Two government hospitals – in Bint Jbeil and in Meis al-Jebel – were completely destroyed in Israeli attacks and three others were seriously damaged.
Israeli attack on Iraq on June 7 1981
Israeli warplanes struck 1981 the Osirak nuclear facility near Baghdad. This unprovoked attack by the Israelis was "a pre-emptive" strike to deny the Iraqis the capability of producing nuclear weapons. Iraqi defenses were taken by surprise and opened fire too late. In one minute and twenty seconds, the reactor was destroyed.
The Israelis had followed the Iraqi military buildup in the late 1970s. Saddam Hussein had assembled an army of 190,000 men organized into 12 divisions, augmented by 2,200 tanks and 450 aircraft. Both the Isreali Labor government of 1974-77 and the Likud government of 1977-81 closely watched and debated what to do about the Osirak reactor then being constructed with considerable French and Italian help.
Likud under Menachem Begin decided that the idea of Iraq - or any Arab state for that matter, holding nuclear weapons over the Israelis was intolerable. The decision to go ahead was taken and the attack was carried out by nine Israeli jets.
Israeli attacks on Syria October 5 2003
On 5 October Israeli warplanes launched their first attack inside Syria since the 1973 Arab-Israeli war.
The raid was "an attempt by the Israeli government to extract itself from crisis in Israel and the occupied territories by terrorise Syria and drag it and the rest of region into other wars because the Israelis are one of war and war is the justification of its existence," the Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad told Al- Hayat newspaper on 7 October.