|Guardian Details Israeli Nuke Arsenal Development|
|by Tom McGregor||Thu, Jan 16, 2014, 12:34 AM|
The Guardian, which is the premier Leftist newspaper of the United Kingdom, is defending Iran's right to build a nuclear arsenal, and criticizing Western governments for turning a blind eye to Israeli nukes.
The Guardian of London reports that, "Deep beneath desert sands, an embattled Middle Eastern state has built a covert nuclear bomb, using technology and materials provided by friendly powers or stolen by a clandestine network of agents. It is the stuff of pulp thrillers and the sort of narrative often used to characterise the worst fears about the Iranian nuclear programme. In reality, though, neither US nor British intelligence believe Tehran has decided to build a bomb, and 's atomic projects are under constant international monitoring."
When it comes to the global jihad, the Guardian considers radical Islamist militants to be victims.
According to the Guardian, "The exotic tale of the bomb hidden in the desert is a true story, though. It's just one that applies to another country. In an extraordinary feat of subterfuge, managed to assemble an entire underground nuclear arsenal – , on a par with India and Pakistan – and even tested a bomb nearly half a century ago, with a minimum of international outcry or even much public awareness of what it was doing."
The Guardian hopes that President Barack Obama will cut off military spending to Israel.
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