Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Iran's Nuclear "Balance of Powers" for Israel

A new wave of pressure on Tehran continued to flow post-negotiations between Iran and the 5 + 1 group in Baghdad. The igniter came not far from the Middle East region. The Israeli prime minister urged Western countries, especially the United States, to double the pressure on Iran. In an interview with German newspaper Bild, Netanyahu assessed the pressure of sanctions on Tehran would not be able to slow down Iran's nuclear program, even if only one millimeter.

Ahead of nuclear talks between Iran and the 5 + 1 group to be held in Moscow this month, top Tel Aviv officials are increasingly aggressive in launching ambitious propaganda to halt Tehran's nuclear program. Not even hesitate to throw a hot ball of military attacks on Iranian civilian nuclear installations. Suddenly the dangerous statement sparked fears of various countries including America itself.

Ironically, the escalation of Israeli accusations with the US and a number of Western countries against Iran rests on a cliché reason that has not been proven valid. Allegations "The nuclear program will be used by Tehran for military purposes", until now has not been proven correct. Even the IAEA inspector's own investigation and the latest Yukiya Amano report confirmed the civil status of Iran's nuclear program. In addition, Iran's nuclear program has now been under the full supervision of the IAEA, and the country is a signatory to the NPT.

At the same time Western politicians and the mainstream media deliberately exaggerated the issue to hide the terrible facts about Israel's nuclear program.

Israel's nuclear project since its inception was aimed at the military. In 1952, the Zionist regime established the Nuclear Energy Commission. Five years later the commission reached an agreement with France regarding the construction of the Dimona, Negev research reactor. The 24 megawatt heavy water research reactor was operated in 1964. In this reactor, France also processed nuclear fuel, while preparing plutonium to fulfill Israeli military interests.

Since then Israel has increasingly aggressively increased its military nuclear capabilities. In 1964, the CIA reported that Israel had succeeded in producing a plutonium atomic bomb. Until the 90s, the Zionist regime increased the number of nuclear warheads from 75 to 130. In 2006, with the support of the US and other Western countries, Israel publicly announced its military nuclear program. Bulletin of The Atomis Scientist announces that the number of Israeli nuclear warheads ranks fifth in the world.

Indeed, nuclear weapons are part of Israel's military doctrine. In contrast to Iran which is transparent towards the IAEA, Israel rejects the arrival of IAEA inspectors to review nuclear programs that are clearly aimed at the military, and threaten the region and the world. Tel Aviv also refused to sign the NPT treaty. But why did Israel instead urge the world public to pressure Tehran to stop its civilian nuclear program.

Apparently, there is one thing that Israel is worried about from Iran regarding its nuclear program. Tel Aviv sees Iranian nuclear as a "Balance of Powers" in a regional security hegemony system currently in the grip of Tel Aviv with the US and other Western countries. Iran's civilian nuclear success if not inhibited will be a model for other countries in the region. And the impact, the existence of Israel is increasingly threatened with destruction.

IRIB / The Truth Seeker Media

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