Published On:22 September 2013
Posted by Indian Muslim Observer

IAEA vote: Are Israeli nukes holier than American?

By Dr. Abdul Ruff

Surely, enemies of humanity led by USA-Israeli terror twins pose the most dangerous threat to civilization with their cumulative nuclear arsenals, the WMD.

Unless the veto is done away with, there is absolutely no chance for the humanity survival from the onslaught of these rouge states backed by all top terrocracies of the globe.

Americans support Zionist nukes, shielding crimes against humanity

The ways all western terrocracies shield the criminal Israeli regime from any punishment for its crimes against humanity and international community by misusing their fascist veto clearly show how Zionist they are!

US president Obama, as part of US Mideast policy, also promotes Zionist regime with more terror arms, disturbing already fragile peace in the region. US foreign secretary Kerry goes all the way to Israel to endorse the Zionist nukes and crimes sending a clear message that Americans have duty to shield Zionist criminals and that Israeli criminals are indeed the US terror babies.

American leaders, cutting across political spectrum, are engaged in triclomatic exercises to woo every prominent terrocracy to promote Zionist fascism as being a part of western imperialism and global fascism. .

For decades now, the monstrous Israel with its illegal nuclear arms remains the most serious threat to Mideast and world as a whole. And unless Israeli nukes are destroyed there is no chance for peace but the USA and Israel would continue to sell their terror goods to the world.

When Arab leaders protest against Israeli illegal nuke arsenals threatening the regional peace forever, USA come to support Israeli nukes, while it condemns nukes of Israel and Syria.

Arab resolution at IAEA

Israel is widely believed to possess the Middle East's only nuclear arsenal, threatening the balance in the region and thus drawing frequent condemnation by Arab countries and Iran which say it threatens peace and security. But the unilateral United States said earlier that targeting its “close ally” would only hurt broader steps aimed at banning nuclear and other weapons of mass destruction in the tinderbox region.

Knowing the monstrous military power of USA-Israeli twins, Arab states seek peace in the region by getting Israeli nukes dismantled legally and had submitted a non-binding resolution on Israel to the gathering of the 159-nation International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna for the first time since 2010 to signal their frustration at the lack of movement in efforts to create a Middle East zone free of weapons of mass destruction. On 29th September the member states of the U.N. nuclear agency rejected an Iranian-backed Arab bid to focus Israel for criticism over its assumed atomic arsenal, in a diplomatic victory for Western powers that opposed the initiative

The debate and vote at an annual meeting of the IAEA underlined divisions at a time when the United States and its allies are hoping for progress in a separate, decade-old nuclear dispute with Iran. Fifty-one countries voted against the text, which called on Israel to join the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), and 43 states for. Others abstained or were absent.

The Arab push had been a mainstay of most recent annual meetings of the 159-nation International Atomic Energy Agency, where it was usually narrowly voted down. Ahead of the vote, diplomats said the motion would likely pass or fail by no more than one or two votes. But unfortunately while 43 backed the resolution and 32 abstained under US pressure, 54 nations voted for Israeli nukes and threat to the region,. The other 30 countries refused to take part during the vote. One diplomat at the meeting said the outcome was the result of strong U.S.-led lobbying on behalf of Israel.

The U.S. envoy to the IAEA, Joseph Macmanus, said the United States regretted that the resolution had been brought to a vote. Declaring that the vote had "no winners," Macmanus said work would continue on starting Middle East dialogue on creating a zone free of weapons of mass destruction. A happy Israeli diplomat said the "positive outcome gives better prospect to Middle East dialogue".

Describing his country's nuclear activities as peaceful, Iranian delegate Reza Najafi said it is Israel that poses "a serious and continuing threat to the security of neighboring states."

The fascist Jewish state has long said that a full Palestinian-Israeli peace plan must precede any creation of a Middle East zone free of weapons of mass destruction. In order to be on safer side, the Israelis just describe Iran and its alleged work on nuclear weapons as the real regional menace, though Iran denies wanting such arms. The Mideastern Muslim nations assert that Zionist Israel's undeclared nuclear arsenal presents the greatest threat to peace in the region. They insist that Israel should declare such weapons and join the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty as part of any peace talks.

Nuke powers oppose disarmament

The Jewish state is overwhelmingly considered to possess such arms but declines to confirm it. Its Arab neighbors say Israel's nuclear weapons threaten peace in the Middle East and miss few international opportunities to criticize it on that account. Still, it was the first time in three years that a resolution critical of Israel was put to a vote at the annual conference of the U.N's International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna. The Arab decision to do so reflected frustration over failed attempts to convene senior-level talks on banning weapons of mass destruction from the Mideast. At the same time, more nations opposed the resolution than expected.

The resolution was not introduced in 2011 and 2012, in what the IAEA's 18 Arab members viewed as a concession to keep hopes alive of the Mideast weapons talks. Efforts to convene such talks, co-sponsored by the United States, Russia and Britain, were called off late last year. While Syria's civil war, nuclear tensions with Iran, and other Middle East frictions were cited as the official motive, diplomats back then acknowledged that the real reason was the failure to bridge Arab-Israeli differences.

World powers agreed in 2010 to an Egyptian plan for an international conference to lay the groundwork for creating a Middle East free of weapons of mass destruction. But the United States with largest nukes and one of the big powers to co-sponsor the meeting said late last year it would not take place as planned last December and did not suggest a new date. Britain, another sponsor, says it hopes it can still take place in 2013.

Like in previous years, the IAEA conference overwhelmingly adopted a separate resolution urging all Middle East countries to accede to the NPT, without mentioning Israel by name. Arab diplomats said they refrained from putting forward the resolution on Israel at the 2011 and 2012 IAEA meetings to boost the chances of the Middle East conference but it had no effect. Arab League Ambassador Ramzy Ezzeldin Ramzy earlier told Reuters: "The Israelis have been playing for time, delaying."

Israel, USA-UK terror twins, and allies fended off an Arab-led attempt to censure the Jewish state's refusal to acknowledge that it possesses nuclear weapons and put them under international oversight. Israel and the United States accuse Iran of covertly seeking a nuclear arms capability, something Tehran denies. The election of a relative moderate, Hassan Rouhani, as new Iranian president has raised hopes of an easing of tension with the West.


Israeli nukes are true and their threat to Mideast is real. Analysts like Hans M. Kristensen and Robert S. Norris wrote that Israel has 80 nuclear warheads. Israel still does not reveal that to the world or IAEA effectively controlled by USA-UK-Israel terror rogue gang. The vote in favor of Israel shows Israel can do anything with its illegal nukes and escape punishment thanks to the all powerful USA.

That is real tragedy for the humanity, accelerated by UNSC veto regime.

Americans fuel Israeli arrogance and boldness with more and more terror goods. Officials of US- Israeli terror twins want to see Iran's atomic activity as the main proliferation threat saying a nuclear arms-free zone in the Middle East could not be a reality until there was broad Arab-Israeli peace and Iran curbed its program.

The concentration on Syria now by US-Israeli twins is essentially meant to deflect attention from the large quantities of chemical weapons held by Israel and the fundamental challenge posed by military terrorism in Egypt targeting Also, all bull talk about Iran's pursuit of nuclear weapons is only to shield the Zionist nukes and criminals.

The historic defeat of Arab resolution for IAEA vote can be both misleading and dangerous!

[Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal is Specialist on State Terrorism; Chancellor-Founder of Center for International Affairs (CIA); Independent Analyst; Chronicler of Foreign occupations & Freedom movements (Palestine, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Xinjiang, Chechnya, etc.). He is also former university Teacher. He can be contacted at abdulruff_jnu@yahoo.com]

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