We do not have, but apply: Israeli nuclear status


The State of Israel is a completely unique country in terms of its own nuclear status. For all official statements of its authorities and for the tacit "agreement" of the leading world powers, the nuclear weapons IDF does not have. Nevertheless, the whole world is well aware that the Israeli army has not only a certain number of usable warheads, but also a full-fledged nuclear triad capable of delivering strikes against the enemy from land, sea and air. How could this happen?


The answer to this question lies primarily in understanding the fact that Israel was almost initially considered by the countries of the West as its own outpost in the Middle East. And its main purpose in this context was to oppose the expansion of influence in this region of the Soviet Union (although it was the USSR that at one time actually opened the way for the creation of Israel), including the strengthening of our country’s military-strategic positions in it. In turn, the states of the Arab world neighboring Israel did not hide their intentions to destroy the newly created education, but emphasized it in every way, calling it a “mistake” that should be “corrected” by “erasing from the geographical map”.

In a series of armed conflicts that did not stop for a long time between Tel Aviv and the Arab countries, the West and the USSR each went their own way. Our country armed its Middle Eastern allies and, if necessary, personally intervened in the hostilities that they waged against the IDF. NATO-supported countries along with the supply of conventional weapons chose to put a nuclear sword in their hands as an extreme argument for intimidation. Without a doubt, in France they perfectly understood for what purpose Tel Aviv needed a nuclear reactor built by their specialists in the desert near the city of Dimona.

The oaths are that the nuclear facility is exclusively peaceful in nature, which supposedly the Israeli Prime Minister Ben-Gurion personally brought to Charles de Gaulle, most likely, of pure fiction. There is reason to believe that Paris not only helped the Israeli side to create a reactor for producing weapons-grade plutonium and supplied the necessary materials, but also participated in the testing of Israeli nuclear weapons.

And what about the USA?


Even weirder история happened to the Americans. The Israelis first lied to their eyes about the fact that either a weaving mill or a metallurgical plant was being built near Dimona. When the deception was no longer possible to hide, the reactor was again declared the object of "peaceful nuclear energy". At the same time, it is true that the then US President John F. Kennedy, who intended to conduct an inspection at this nuclear power plant according to all the rules, was killed in Dallas. Among the many versions of his death, those that suggest the participation of Mossad (together with the CIA) do not at all look the most ridiculous ...

Other heads of the White House no longer tried to arrange any checks. It was not so much a matter of concern for their lives, but that Washington’s recognition that Israel was secretly and illegally implementing a military nuclear program would automatically cut off the state from the impressive financial assistance of the United States, according to the Foreign Aid Act of 1961, directly prohibiting it in such cases. In the United States, a long time ago the mass of official documents was declassified, fully confirming that the Americans are well aware of Israel’s nuclear weapons, but it is completely disadvantageous to recognize them.

We do not have, but apply: Israeli nuclear status


Ultimately, the Israeli authorities take a convenient position: the country has not signed the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, as well as the Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material, as well as international agreements on the control of nuclear exports. Being a member of the IAEA, it is a state that stubbornly does not want to recognize its nuclear status despite a lot of documentary evidence, and thus formally does not bear any obligations imposed on all countries officially included in the "atomic club". At the same time, the leadership of the country and the IDF periodically make more than transparent hints that, in extreme cases, these "nonexistent" weapons can be "rained down on the heads of Israel’s enemies."

Here, perhaps, Golda Meir’s words can be considered a reference: “We don’t have nuclear weapons, but we will use them if necessary ...” Today, it is beneficial for Israel to possess this weapon of mass destruction without official presence of the appropriate status, that is, to have the ability to intimidate potential opponents, without any responsibility to the world community. The adoption of such "rules", of course, is one of the most striking manifestations of the Western policy of "double standards." Provided that it continues to continue, such an abnormal situation can hardly be corrected.
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  1. Break through 29 May 2020 07: 18 New
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    The Americans gave Israel nuclear weapons for a long time.
    1. Horror 29 May 2020 07: 27 New
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      Quote: Break through
      The Americans gave Israel nuclear weapons for a long time.

      To be more precise, the French, they circled a finger .. First, they purchased a small reactor from France (like research, etc.) .. And then they got a new, more powerful one capable of creating plutonium under a cunning deal .. And then it's a matter of technology! And they are silent about the presence of nuclear weapons, making innocent eyes ..))))
      1. Boris ⁣ Shaver 29 May 2020 08: 04 New
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        Quote: Uzhik
        they circled the French around the finger .. First, they purchased a small reactor from France (like research, etc.) .. And then they got a new, more powerful deal

        So cunning. Circled, circled. No one even realizes that the reactor can be used like that!
        Horror is just how tricky.
        1. novel66 29 May 2020 10: 58 New
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          Eastern cunning !!! (nickname and avatar good )
      2. Olgovich 29 May 2020 10: 34 New
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        Quote: Uzhik
        .And then a matter of technology! And they are silent about the presence of nuclear weapons, making innocent eyes ..))))

        And nobody gouged them like Iraq, which the IAEA tortured the "principled" by inspections.

        IAEA - Blinded Against Israel.
        Like the USA and the West
        1. neri73-r 29 May 2020 13: 28 New
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          Quote: Olgovich
          And nobody gouged them like Iraq, which the IAEA tortured the "principled" by inspections.

          Ours were preparing a group and a mockup was built and training was going on, but after weighing the risks, they did not.
    2. Civil 29 May 2020 07: 43 New
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      The French pretended not to understand anything.
    3. tihonmarine 29 May 2020 09: 14 New
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      Quote: Break through
      The Americans gave Israel nuclear weapons for a long time.

      I think no one doubts that.
    4. Alexander Sosnitsky 29 May 2020 11: 26 New
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      Ukrainian Golda-Meir: Firstly, I am still a girl, and secondly, my head hurts after this.
    5. iouris 29 May 2020 12: 17 New
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      Golda Meir: “There was no Israel then, but it was he who gave the United States nuclear weapons (and then the rest). (From unpublished)
  2. Boris ⁣ Shaver 29 May 2020 07: 21 New
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    the whole world knows perfectlythat the Israeli army doesn’t just have a certain number of warheads suitable for use, but also a full nuclear triad

    Oh, that plain propaganda
  3. Vitaly Tsymbal 29 May 2020 07: 48 New
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    Again the West is to blame !!! Again, the West gave nuclear weapons to Israel !!! Maybe the author is right, but I have a slightly different version or my own conclusion - nuclear weapons appear there also in those countries where the question of survival is out of "to be or not to be." At one time, American Jews leaked nuclear weapons of the USSR, so why couldn’t they "drain" nuclear weapons to their relatives in Israel ??? Israel has always been and will be an independent player in the BV, because they understand how and for what all the "friendship of peoples" is being sold ... Israel is not alone - there is the DPRK, where nuclear weapons answer the question "to be or not to be."
    1. Boris ⁣ Shaver 29 May 2020 07: 57 New
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      Quote: Vitaliy Tsymbal
      American Jews leaked nuclear weapons of the USSR

      Who didn’t merge us. We leaked the information that the states had on the program, which we ourselves already had at that time. It sped up. But this is not "leaked nuclear weapons" in general never
      1. Vitaly Tsymbal 29 May 2020 08: 11 New
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        I agree with you, I simply did not paint in more detail ... nuclear weapons are a complex of scientific and technical developments for the creation of an atomic bomb (warhead or landmine) and means of delivery to the target of destruction. The word "leaked" is understood as: shared or transmitted information VOLUNTARY. It is clear that American Jews did not take (did not merge into the USSR) scientific laboratories with all the property and gray matter from the skulls of scientists)))
      2. andreykolesov123 29 May 2020 09: 03 New
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        The article is actually professional, just concocted from different manuals, and these professionals are not included in the circle of duties to read their own material. This is where the fails come from, like Israel was deceiving the United States over nuclear weapons, but NATO armed Israel with these weapons. And the fact that the United States is the main member of NATO does not concern the compilers of such opuses. Like any humanist, the author is used to evaluating everything with emotions, and not with elementary logic.
      3. tihonmarine 29 May 2020 09: 17 New
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        Quote: Boris ⁣ Shaver
        Who didn’t merge us.

        You are right, no one “leaked” you, you didn’t even ask for it, but the Americans just handed over the technology to you, and for the first time they gave components for the manufacture of nuclear weapons.
        1. novel66 29 May 2020 11: 00 New
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          but I heard somewhere that vigorous bombs threw, for the first time
        2. Boris ⁣ Shaver 29 May 2020 13: 29 New
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          Quote: tihonmarine
          You are right, no one “leaked” you, you didn’t even ask for it, but the Americans just handed over the technology to you, and for the first time they gave components for the manufacture of nuclear weapons.

          Umm. So I wrote about the Soviet nuclear program.
  4. knn54 29 May 2020 08: 10 New
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    -Golda Meir's words ...
    Two men and one woman of Russians, British, French and Jews were landed on several uninhabited islands. Food, plenty. A year later they come and see:
    The British sit each in their homes. To them with the question "why?"
    - But we were not introduced.
    One Frenchman sits at home and drinks wine. The other and the woman have sex. To him with a question.
    - Today, he and I are with her tomorrow. I'm resting.
    Two men are sitting on the Russian island, but women are not visible.
    “I'm the chairman.” He is a deputy. We are reporting.
    - And where is the woman?
    - And the people in the field.
    There are two women on the island of Jews. To nims a question - "Where?"
    - What a Jew, even FROM THE EARTH will not get what he needs!
    1. tihonmarine 29 May 2020 09: 18 New
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      Quote: knn54
      - What a Jew, even FROM THE EARTH will not get what he needs!

      It was very difficult, but got it.
    2. Avior 29 May 2020 12: 52 New
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      What are you talking about?
      I noticed that, according to the text of the joke, the location of the Russian woman on the island was not precisely established .... smile
  5. Professor 29 May 2020 08: 13 New
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    The answer to this question lies primarily in understanding the fact that Israel was almost initially considered by the countries of the West as its own outpost in the Middle East.

    No. Israel was originally almost communist. There was much more socialism in Israel than in the USSR. The West was suspicious of Israeli leftist leadership.

    And its main purpose in this context was to oppose the expansion of influence in this region of the Soviet Union (although it was the USSR that at one time actually opened the way for the creation of Israel), including the strengthening of our country’s military-strategic positions in it.

    No. The USSR, in fact, not only did not contribute to the creation of Israel, but also in every possible way prevented it.

    In a series of armed conflicts that did not stop for a long time between Tel Aviv and the Arab countries, the West and the USSR each went their own way.

    Israel is not Singapore and not the Vatican (city-states) and the wars were not between Tel Aviv and the Arab countries, but between Israel and the Arab countries. By the way, the Russian Foreign Ministry officially considers Jerusalem to be the capital of Israel, and most embassies are located in Ramat Gan.

    NATO-supported countries along with the supply of conventional weapons chose to put a nuclear sword in their hands as an extreme argument for intimidation.

    Absolute nonsense and complete lack of understanding of the situation and not knowledge of history.

    There is reason to believe that Paris not only helped the Israeli side to create a reactor for producing weapons-grade plutonium and supplied the necessary materials, but also participated in the testing of Israeli nuclear weapons.

    I’m embarrassed to ask, where were these tests and how did the scientific reactor become weapons-grade?

    An even more “strange” story happened to the Americans. The Israelites first lied to their eyes about the fact that either a weaving mill or a metallurgical plant was being built near Dimona.

    And what about what the author said above:
    "The NATO-backed countries of Israel, along with the supply of conventional weapons, chose to put a nuclear sword in their hands as an extreme argument for intimidation." That is, NATO brought nuclear weapons into the hands of Israel, and the US NATO member did not know about this?

    At the same time, it is true that the then US President John F. Kennedy, who intended to conduct an inspection at this nuclear power plant by all the rules, was killed in Dallas. Among the many versions of his death, those that suggest the participation of Mossad (together with the CIA) do not at all look the most ridiculous ...

    No comments fool

    It was not so much a concern for their lives, but that Washington’s recognition that Israel was secretly and illegally implementing a military nuclear program would automatically cut off the state from the impressive financial assistance of the United States, according to the Foreign Aid Act of 1961, directly prohibiting it in such cases.

    Not legal? What kind of law does Israel violate?

    I have not read such a "professional" article for a long time.
    1. tihonmarine 29 May 2020 09: 21 New
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      Quote: Professor
      Not legal? What kind of law does Israel violate?

      Sorry, are there any laws for you?
      1. really 29 May 2020 10: 35 New
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        Of course, 10 commandments were given to you, 613 were left to themselves.
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    2. Uncle Izya 29 May 2020 10: 29 New
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      No. The USSR, in fact, not only did not contribute to the creation of Israel, but also in every possible way prevented it.
      What nonsense can a person write this?
      The interests of the United States and the USSR coincided, it was to drive the British out of the BV, among the kibbutzniks even portraits of Steel hung
      1. tihonmarine 29 May 2020 11: 38 New
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        Quote: Uncle Izya
        The USSR, in fact, not only did not contribute to the creation of Israel, but also in every possible way prevented it.

        Hindered or not, but the main thing is that Stalin allowed many to leave for the newly created state.
        1. Vitaly gusin 29 May 2020 16: 45 New
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          Quote: tihonmarine
          Stalin allowed many to leave for the newly created state.

          It is not.
          Stalin allowed to leave ONLY Polish Jews who fought in the ranks of the Red Army.
          In the USSR there was a general attitude people did not want to leave the socialist camp.
      2. Professor 29 May 2020 12: 00 New
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        Quote: Uncle Izya
        What nonsense can a person write this?

        I was also surprised by the author's pearls. VO is small.

        Quote: Uncle Izya
        The interests of the United States and the USSR coincided, it was to drive the British out of the BV, among the kibbutzniks even portraits of Steel hung

        The British were "knocked out" not by the USSR and the USA, but by Etzel and Hagan. The British underground put the British in such a position that Britain brought back the mandate with the words "surrender."
        Portraits of Dzhugashvili hung before the Doctors' Cause. And after the 20th congress, portraits were not even in the restrooms.

        Quote: tihonmarine
        Hindered or not, but the main thing is that Stalin allowed many to leave for the newly created state.

        the scoop banned emigration in 1924, and those who wished to leave the "communist paradise" were equated with traitors to the motherland. In contrast to Zionism, Yosya came up with a failed Jewish Autonomous Region project. There was no question of any departure to Palestine or Israel. There were no "front-line soldiers" aimed at helping the Zionists. Moreover, Czechs who sold weapons to Israel were shot precisely for this. This is the materiel.
        1. Uncle Izya 29 May 2020 14: 17 New
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          I was also surprised by the author's pearls. VO is small.
          It was Hagana who expelled the British colonial troops, well, nonsense, like a bar of cochb of the Romans. Everything was decided at the UN. Otherwise, 100,000 selected British thugs who went through the WWII would have left no chance for either Arabs or Jews.
          1. tihonmarine 29 May 2020 14: 31 New
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            Quote: Uncle Izya
            Otherwise, 100,000 selected British thugs who had gone through WWII would have left no chance for either Arabs or Jews.

            That's right, then everything was decided by the Anglo-Saxons. You need to thank them.
          2. Professor 29 May 2020 16: 22 New
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            Quote: Uncle Izya
            . Everything was decided at the UN. Otherwise, 100,000 selected British thugs who had gone through WWII would have left no chance for either Arabs or Jews.

            A causal relationship however. The Britons first returned the mandate because their "thugs" began to hang on poles for misconduct and only after that the UN decided to vote on something.
      3. Boris ⁣ Shaver 29 May 2020 13: 53 New
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        Quote: Uncle Izya
        No.

        When you learn how to put your opponent’s words in a quote, you’ll begin to better understand
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  6. fortnight 29 May 2020 08: 14 New
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    We do not have nuclear weapons, but we will use them if necessary

    The whole essence of the Zionists.
    1. fn34440 29 May 2020 08: 47 New
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      "We do not have nuclear weapons, but we will use them if necessary."
      We have nuclear weapons, but we will use them if necessary - The whole essence of NESIONISTS.
      What difference is sho on the forehead, sho on the forehead?
      If only to manifest its bestial black-hundred essence.
      Each state has its own right to self-defense, especially in the ring of "friends and partners."
      1. novel66 29 May 2020 11: 05 New
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        Undoubtedly. Etc.
        (feldkurat Katz)
        has ... but why not recognize this fact already ??
  7. Atlant-1164 29 May 2020 08: 36 New
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    years have passed .. but nothing has changed.
    1. fn34440 29 May 2020 09: 09 New
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      Has changed. Kukryniksy and the ideological department of the Central Committee of the CPSU ate earthy viruses.
      1. andreykolesov123 29 May 2020 09: 16 New
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        I heard somewhere that Kukryniksam as a model for the cartoons on Begin was served by their colleague Boris Efimov, who looked like Begin as a twin brother.
    2. stone 29 May 2020 11: 45 New
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      The world has gone far. But nothing really has changed in your head.
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  9. Victorio 29 May 2020 09: 39 New
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    fanatics are the same as their Arabs.
    1. stone 29 May 2020 11: 51 New
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      Yes, such fanatics are direct! Only in all ratings from the economy and standard of living to medicine, these fanatics are several times ahead of non-fanatics. wink
  10. Kostadinov 29 May 2020 09: 40 New
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    Israel must be hit with nuclear weapons and that’s perfectly legal and good. But in order to maintain peace, nuclear weapons must also hit Syria and Egypt. Then the love between nations in the Middle East can not be beaten, but the "hot" war will no longer be, but only the "cold". And as everyone knows, the Cold War is no worse than peace.
    1. andreykolesov123 29 May 2020 09: 53 New
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      Quote: Kostadinov
      nuclear weapons must also hit Syria and Egypt.

      And let's give nuclear weapons to Bulgaria and Serbia. And we ourselves will sit on the sidelines and see how the Slavs ’brothers will" love "each other with them. They have a long-standing love.
    2. Maki Avellevich 30 May 2020 08: 20 New
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      Quote: Kostadinov
      Israel must be hit with nuclear weapons and that’s perfectly legal and good. But in order to maintain peace, nuclear weapons must also hit Syria and Egypt. Then the love between nations in the Middle East can not be beaten, but the "hot" war will no longer be, but only the "cold". And as everyone knows, the Cold War is no worse than peace.

      Do you understand that there are parallels to your ideas?
      insert the desired:
      Ukraine
      ДНР
      Poland
      Georgia
      Does their nuclear weapons also have "love between nations"?

      if so then why not show us an example in practice and only then write rash things.
  11. Kostadinov 29 May 2020 10: 03 New
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    Quote: andreykolesov123
    Quote: Kostadinov
    nuclear weapons must also hit Syria and Egypt.

    And let's give nuclear weapons to Bulgaria and Serbia. And we ourselves will sit on the sidelines and see how the Slavs ’brothers will" love "each other with them. They have a long-standing love.

    This is a very good idea. Not for peace between Bulgaria and Serbia - without nuclear weapons, it has survived for 75 years. But if nuclear weapons were fired in 1999 or earlier, Bulgaria and Serbia could not hit any NATO bombing. In vain did not develop it in 70 and 80 years together with the NRB, the SFRY, the SR Romuniya and the NDS Albania.
    1. andreykolesov123 29 May 2020 10: 15 New
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      Quote: Kostadinov
      In vain did not develop it in 70 and 80 years together with the NRB, the SFRY, the SR Romuniya and the NDS Albania.

      Something I hardly believe that the older brother would allow a joint nuclear project between Bulgaria and Romania (members of the Warsaw Pact), the SFRY, which was not part of it, and Albania, which came out of the Warsaw Pact in 1961 and called the USSR’s policy social imperialism. Go ahead, go for it. It's never too late. It is interesting to see. how modern Serbia and Albania will agree. I hope they do not kill each other at the preliminary meetings. And Bulgaria does not dare to lay a gas pipe at home, not to mention participating in a nuclear project.
    2. novel66 29 May 2020 11: 09 New
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      the idea is fresh ... but the Bulgarian brother, the more countries have, the more countries are not ready for this, and one day it will not be a perfect day, we just cease to exist
  12. Operator 29 May 2020 10: 22 New
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    Israel’s nuclear status is based on 5 German diesel-electric submarines with 80 (maximum) subsonic French cruise missiles with a range of 1500 km and the French weapons-grade nuclear reactor in Dimona, which expired 15 years ago, while the Non-Proliferation Treaty, which Israel did not sign prohibits assisting him in nuclear technology.

    All diesel-electric submarines are deployed in the Mediterranean Sea and, if necessary, are tracked and drowned by the Russian Navy at the expense of one or two, and ancient cruise missiles, like mammoth shit, are knocked down "from a slingshot" by any type of air defense.

    But the joke is different - any country possessing medium-range missiles with conventional charges (such as Iran) can turn all of Israel into one large Chernobyl zone, initiating a nuclear explosion in the Dimon reactor by massive missile fire, from which the Israeli missile defense will not save.

    Therefore, Israel, even having about 100 carriers of nuclear weapons (including about 20 medium-range ballistic missiles), cannot use them due to the simplicity and ease of retaliating with catastrophic consequences for Israel itself (the future nuclear desert).
    1. andreykolesov123 29 May 2020 10: 28 New
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      You are wasting your time in vain; rather, transfer your valuable analytics to the MO building on Arbat Square. And then they broke their heads, do not know how to defeat this Middle Eastern microbe.
      1. ender 29 May 2020 10: 45 New
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        an epic picture of how Russian RTOs and BDKs, now in the Mediterranean Sea, drown Israeli diesel-electric submarines for one or two times, and, right under the nose of Israeli aviation, it will amaze the entire military leadership of Russia to the core ..
      2. Professor 29 May 2020 12: 06 New
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        Quote: andreykolesov123
        You are wasting your time in vain; rather, transfer your valuable analytics to the MO building on Arbat Square. And then they broke their heads, do not know how to defeat this Middle Eastern microbe.

        Do not waste the time of this opponent. He has already talked about Jerujo ICBM mobile launchers here. Genius. wassat
      3. Operator 29 May 2020 12: 14 New
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        In the fig - in the building of the Moscow Region on Tehran Square they also read VO bully
        1. andreykolesov123 29 May 2020 14: 21 New
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          Quote: Operator
          In the fig - in the building of the Moscow Region on Tehran Square they also read VO bully

          Judging by their professionalism, if they are given ICBMs, they will launch it anywhere, but not to Israel. These glorious warriors of Allah, in addition to the Ukrainian aircraft, managed to knock out their own ship with missiles on recent maneuvers of the Navy.
          1. Operator 29 May 2020 15: 13 New
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            For a massive missile strike at Dimona, the Persians are quite enough with their medium-range missiles, which they already have in commercial quantities.
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              Quote: Operator
              For a massive missile strike at Dimona, the Persians are quite enough with their medium-range missiles, which they already have in commercial quantities.

              volleys directly from BroneDivanov will give.
          2. bk0010 29 May 2020 16: 29 New
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            Quote: andreykolesov123
            These glorious warriors of Allah, in addition to the Ukrainian aircraft, managed to knock out their own ship with missiles on recent maneuvers of the Navy.
            This suggests that they have workable anti-ship missiles and slobs at the headquarters of the Navy. Homing - it is.
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              Quote: bk0010
              Quote: andreykolesov123
              These glorious warriors of Allah, in addition to the Ukrainian aircraft, managed to knock out their own ship with missiles on recent maneuvers of the Navy.
              This suggests that they have workable anti-ship missiles and slobs at the headquarters of the Navy. Homing - it is.

              Are they shot down the anti-ship missiles too?
    2. really 29 May 2020 10: 46 New
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      Sofa strategists can easily defeat any army without directly getting up from the sofa, but practice shows that for the preparation of operations they are not asked for some reason, moreover, generals do not know about their existence. Otherwise, they would show how to
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        Quote: really
        Sofa strategists can easily defeat any army without directly getting up from the sofa, but practice shows that for the preparation of operations they are not asked for some reason, moreover, generals do not know about their existence. Otherwise, they would show how to

        This is not scary, scary when sofa experts make their way into the cabinets and get epaulets with big stars. And then Afghanistan or Chechnya happens. And the young guys are paying for the medals of the generals.
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          There is no arguing with you fellow
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      French rockets ?! YOU sho smoke amiable? I don’t want to talk about the rest of the nonsense lol
    4. Vitaly gusin 30 May 2020 09: 56 New
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      Quote: Operator
      All diesel-electric submarines are deployed in the Mediterranean Sea and, if necessary, are tracked and drowned by the Russian Navy at the expense of one or two,

      Judging by your reasoning, the article that we are discussing is written by you or by the same expert on the armament of the Israeli army.
      1 Israel has an army of defense against potential enemies that are today, these are Iran, Syria and Lebanon.
      Therefore, its weapons are not designed to destroy the United States, Russia or China. Israel’s military doctrine does not mean the destruction of the enemy’s state, but the maximum damage to its military machine and economy, which would take a great deal of time to restore it, if he could do it at all.
      2 One of the submarines is ALWAYS located in the Indian Ocean, according to open sources, there are 16 Popeye Turbo missiles manufactured by the Israeli concern Rafael Advanced Systems.
      In 2002, in the Indian Ocean, a test was conducted, the rocket reached the target at a distance of 1500 km. You can rest assured that the range of the missile has been extended since then, and it can reach Tehran from a relatively safe place, and also carry a 200 kiloton nuclear warhead (if the need arises).
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      But the joke is different - any country with medium-range missiles with conventional charges (like Iran) can turn all of Israel into one big Chernobyl zone,

      According to open sources, Iran has about 600 missiles that can reach Israeli territory.
      But for this there are about 100 launchers. Even with the simultaneous launch of all missiles, a three-level air defense system will destroy only 50% of the missiles; 50 missiles cannot turn Israel into what you wrote.
      But Iran is simply not lucky, the answer will be instant and destructive.
      Ericho missiles 3 (and possibly even 4) flight range of up to 10000 km, volleys of missiles from two submarines, and possibly more from the Red Sea and the Indian Ocean and the Israeli Air Force 9 using only conventional weapons and cyber attacks on military personnel at oil producing facilities and ports of shipment will cool the heads of the one who started it.
      And unlike you, Iran knows this.
  13. Krasnodar 29 May 2020 10: 29 New
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    Profanation:
    1) Israel emerged as a socialist state - the Red Army bridge between Asia and Africa, as local socialists who were in the political majority said. Pro-Soviet sentiments persisted until 1953 - the affairs of doctors. Soviet songs, translated into Hebrew, are considered their own - "songs of the motherland" - so far.
    2) The French understood what they were doing, but they had a complex of guilt for surrendering their neighbors to the Nazis a decade ago. What the Israelis took advantage of
    3) That’s the secret of Kennedy’s murder. fellow In fact, the Americans carried out audits there - false walls and other things did their job - they understood that they were being deceived, they did not know exactly how
    1. ender 29 May 2020 10: 47 New
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      the number of secrets that hang on the Kennedy assassination already exceeds the complete works of Lenin and Stalin combined
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      The Americans, who couldn’t shine themselves because of a conflict of interests with Saudi Arabia, which they protected, were churning out the French for the nuclear reactor in Dimon.

      The frogmen never had a blame complex for the German Nazis, whom they officially “defeated”.
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        The Americans didn’t do anything. The only thing is that several Jewish participants in the Manhattan project at a later stage quietly conveyed the necessary information, there was still talk of illegal transfer of uranium to Israel by an American Jew.
  14. Uncle Izya 29 May 2020 10: 30 New
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    [quote = Uncle Izya] None. The USSR, in fact, not only did not contribute to the creation of Israel, but also in every possible way prevented it.
    What nonsense can a person write this?
    The interests of the United States and the USSR coincided. It was to drive the British out of the BV, among the kibbutzniks even portraits of Stalin
  15. Kostadinov 29 May 2020 10: 31 New
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    Quote: andreykolesov123
    Quote: Kostadinov
    In vain did not develop it in 70 and 80 years together with the NRB, the SFRY, the SR Romuniya and the NDS Albania.

    Something I hardly believe that the older brother would allow a joint nuclear project between Bulgaria and Romania (members of the Warsaw Pact), the SFRY, which was not a member of it, and Albania, which came out of the Warsaw Pact in 1961 and called the USSR’s policy social imperialism. Go ahead, go for it. It's never too late. I wonder how modern Serbia and Albania will agree. But Boldaria will not dare to lay a gas pipe at home, not to mention participating in a nuclear project.

    Rumania and Yugoslavia were already developing nuclear weapons. Ruminia behaved quite independently of the USSR - it was visited by the US president and she maintained very good relations with the PRC. The Ruminsky project lasted until Ceausescu's death. In 1988, he publicly announced that Rumania would make not only nuclear weapons, but also ICBMs. In Rumania, a nuclear central station was completed with heavy water and natural uranium reactors. Bulgaria began to think about nuclear weapons after the start of perestroika and developed a cruel missile as a carrier.
    Albania and Enver Hoxha have always said that nuclear weapons should hit all countries and that they were ready to immediately join such a project. Oddly enough, the most dependent of the Balkan social countries beat Yugoslavia. The USA and Europe clicked and they curtailed their project.
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      Quote: Kostadinov
      In 1988, he publicly announced that Rumania would make not only nuclear weapons, but also ICBMs.

      You know, in Israel there is such a joke about Romanians: "- How does a Romanian cookbook begin? -Take yourself a chicken."
      So, Romania could well promise not only the development of nuclear weapons and ICBMs, but also the landing of the first Romanian cosmonauts on Jupiter. But in fact, Romania in the 80s was much poorer than the far from wealthy Soviet Non-Black Earth. The maximum that the Romanian military industry could do was to master the production of a copy of the AK and the restyling of the T-55 tank.
  16. bk0010 29 May 2020 10: 43 New
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    I’m embarrassed to ask, where were these tests and how did the scientific reactor become weapons-grade?
    The tests were just south of South Africa (the Vela incident), the scientific reactor became weapons after it issued an order to produce weapons-grade plutonium on it. Once you have planted Vanunu, asking such questions is pointless.
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      Quote: bk0010
      The tests were just south of South Africa (Vela incident)

      With the French?

      Quote: bk0010
      the scientific reactor became weapons after it issued an order to develop weapons-grade plutonium on it

      When and by whom was such an order issued? Order number?

      Quote: bk0010
      Once you have planted Vanunu, asking such questions is pointless.

      Vaanunu did not say a word about nuclear weapons tests. He showed photographs allegedly depicting plutonium hemispheres. There are a ton of questions for Vaanun, but he suddenly stopped speaking Hebrew and hit Christianity.
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        Quote: Professor
        He showed photographs allegedly depicting plutonium hemispheres. There are a ton of questions for Vaanun, but he suddenly stopped speaking Hebrew and hit Christianity.


        What did you feed him with? Just wondering. How can such a shift in consciousness be obtained without medication?
        PS I do not need to be sent to Holland.
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        Quote: Professor
        With the French?
        With Boers.
        Quote: Professor
        When and by whom was such an order issued? Order number?
        You know better.
        Quote: Professor
        Questions to Vaanun ton
        It is enough that you planted him and for which you planted him.
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          With Boers.

          They still cannot find the radioactive trail.

          Quote: bk0010
          It is enough that you planted him and for which you planted him.

          They planted him for violating the regime, and not for divulging state secrets.
    2. A. Privalov 29 May 2020 12: 42 New
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      Quote: bk0010
      Vela incident

      Despite the fact that no traces of radioactive substances were found, nor the corresponding seismological or hydroacoustic data, the conspiracy theorists continue to prove without proof that it was Israel and South Africa that tested nuclear weapons.
      You can ask questions to Mordechai Vanun personally:
      Website: http://www.vanunu.com/
      His mobile number is freely available there: (972) 0 52 374 4569.
      Email: [email protected]
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        Quote: A. Privalov
        You can ask questions to Mordechai Vanun personally:
        Website: http://www.vanunu.com/
        His mobile number is freely available there: (972) 0 52 374 4569.
        Email: [email protected]
        Was he taken to the Mossad? With such a biography? And where is your first department looking ...
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          Was he taken to the Mossad? With such a biography? And where is your first department looking ...

          To Mossad? What side is the Mossad here?
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          Quote: bk0010
          Was he taken to the Mossad?

          You probably made a mistake Mossad took it, but not for work.
          Vanunu was kidnapped in 1986 by Mossad agents in Rome (a woman agent acting as a “bait agent” participated in the operation) and sent to Israel, where he was found guilty of treason during a closed trial.
  17. Pvi1206 29 May 2020 11: 14 New
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    IAEA - Blinded Against Israel.

    everyone knows everything, but they are silent ... they are afraid of losing money ... all the banks of the world under their control ...
    1. really 29 May 2020 11: 36 New
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      Oops, another one instead of a squirrel, a Masonic conspiracy started.
    2. A. Privalov 29 May 2020 12: 45 New
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      Quote: Pvi1206
      IAEA - Blinded Against Israel.

      everyone knows everything, but they are silent ... they are afraid of losing money ... all the banks of the world under their control ...

      I remember the old joke:
      - Rabinovich! I heard you read anti-semitic newspapers!
      - Well, yes, I read.
      - How can you! You are a Jew!
      - And it’s very simple. At first I read Jewish newspapers. There is such a depression, I tell you! Everyone wants to exterminate the Jews, all around anti-Semitism, oppression, problems, everyone cries ... I literally could not sleep! And now I read the anti-Semitic press - and what do you think? Solid positive! Jews rule the world, they captured everything, they are the richest, they decide everything everywhere!
      lol
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    Very big doubts are caused by phrases like, they deceived; fraudulently; deceived the world community. Three times "ku". States from the USSR could not recognize, and the "trickiest" blinded a bomb on their knees. I believe that Jewish nuclear weapons were necessary for everyone, including the states and the social camp, to solve a simple problem - the reason was not to help the warring countries with personnel. The weapons, on occasion, are advisers on both sides, but not full-fledged military operations. It seems that now this topic is driving.
  19. A. Privalov 29 May 2020 12: 00 New
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    I will not blame the author for maliciousness, but the article is a mixture of distorted facts drawn from the ears, half-truths, mossy clichés of stagnation times, and just plain childishly silly trepidation.
    There is no time to disassemble the entire article by bones, but I’ll walk through its main tenets.

    although it was the USSR that at one time actually opened the way for the creation of Israel


    I will not in any way belittle the merits of the USSR in the creation of a Jewish state. Of the 33 states that voted "FOR" - 3 votes were from the USSR and 2 more from its satellites. (33 votes “for”, 13 “against”, 10 - abstained) The votes are not decisive, but Israel is grateful to everyone and little Haiti and the great USSR — in the General Assembly all votes are equal and you can’t veto it.

    However, one more side to this issue should be understood. The creation of Israel naturally pushed Britain out of a strategically important region and could enable the USSR to take its place. The words of Stalin are widely known:
    “Let's agree with the formation of Israel. It will be like an awl in the ass for the Arab states and will make them turn their back on Britain. Ultimately, British influence will be completely undermined in Egypt, Syria, Turkey and Iraq. ”


    After the end of World War II, Great Britain could no longer hold its colonies and many of them gained independence. Palestine was no exception. Whether the UN would vote for the partition or not, the Jewish state by that time already existed de facto. It had its own government, the police and the armed forces, banks and enterprises, schools and the post office ...
    Yes, Joseph Vissarionovich graciously allowed Czechoslovakia to supply arms to Israel, but they were not critical. Deliveries were limited to two dozen converted “Messerschmitts” at astronomical prices and small arms. Avia S-199 was delivered to Israel at a price of $ 180 per aircraft. For comparison: Americans sold fighters for $ 000, and bombers for $ 15 per plane.
    Palestinian Air Services purchased $ 46 C-5 Commando medium transport aircraft, $ 000 apiece C-69 Constellation four-engine transport aircraft, and $ 15 B-000 heavy bombers purchased in different countries.
    War was still going on in Palestine, and the world famous theater director and Jewish public figure Solomon Mikhoels had already been killed by the USSR Ministry of State Security, the Slansky Affair inspired by the Ministry of State Security in Czechoslovakia (11 were sentenced to death, three were sentenced to life imprisonment, there, among other things, they will blame those weapons for Israelalthough Slansky was the only one who objected to these supplies), The Doctors' Case, The Fight Against Cosmopolitans, and other very serious repressions against Jews. Israel has never been afraid of domestic anti-Semitism. On the contrary, the more domestic workers put pressure on Jews, the greater their number comes to Israel. Israel has always been afraid of state anti-Semitism. All this could not please the young Jewish state and it, with all its socialist essence (yes, Israel was created by idealist socialists, the Communist Party and trade unions were very strong there at that time), went under the wing of the West, and the USSR began to help Arab countries. So, pouring crocodile tears is too late.

    Regarding inspections and inspections.
    For those who do not know, in Israel, not one, but TWO nuclear research center. One of them, (Sorek), is under the full control of the IAEA. Second, (Dimona) for the time being, only under partial. The IAEA control over it takes place in several periods and will be fully introduced approximately by 2027-2030.

    The stories about how the NATO countries supplied Israel with nuclear weapons - a primitive chatter and an artistic whistle on a given topic, and all the author’s discussions about the “convenience of positions”, “Golda Meir’s standard”, “underwater politics and double standards” - nothing more than figures of speech, very common tricks in the demonization of Israel and nothing more. Something like that. hi
    1. Uncle Izya 29 May 2020 14: 22 New
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      Well, he read even the Mensheviks, and Khrushchev pawed tank planes for the darma
      1. A. Privalov 29 May 2020 14: 41 New
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        Well, even the Mensheviks

        The last Menshevik in the USSR was shot 80 years ago. What side are they here?
        1. Uncle Izya 29 May 2020 14: 45 New
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          17 ohm got over
        2. Uncle Izya 29 May 2020 14: 51 New
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          The generation of “Russian Jews” —the creators of Yishuv and the Israeli state — shaped its institutions and sociocultural code. They transferred not only political ideas from the country of origin, but also entire parties. One professor, either jokingly or seriously, said that the only country where the Mensheviks defeated was Israel. If Soviet leaders really followed their ideological dogmas in international affairs, they would have to be on the side of Israel, not the Arab countries. There was plenty of socialism here until the mid-70s.
  20. sergo1914 29 May 2020 12: 07 New
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    But I’m really interested to see how Israel will destroy nuclear weapons in Palestine. Two hemorrhoids in one action will be removed.
    1. ender 29 May 2020 12: 15 New
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      just for the sake of interest - why should Israel "defend nuclear weapons in Palestine"?
      and it’s not even touching the moment that you’ll "steal" almost in your own territory
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        Quote: ender
        just for the sake of interest - why should Israel "defend nuclear weapons in Palestine"?
        and it’s not even touching the moment that you’ll "steal" almost in your own territory


        Well, see how it works.
      2. really 29 May 2020 12: 42 New
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        Have you studied the map for a long time?
        1. ender 29 May 2020 12: 44 New
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          and what has changed there?
          1. really 29 May 2020 13: 15 New
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            That's it, the size of the territories has not changed,
            1. ender 29 May 2020 14: 03 New
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              and what is the meaning of this question?
              1. really 29 May 2020 15: 46 New
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                The fact that the local people just did not scold the Jews, but did not call them fools, Israel will not use nuclear weapons near their country, although you are interested to see. If it is, then against countries that claim to erase Israel.
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                  are you writing this to me?
    2. Uncle Izya 29 May 2020 15: 04 New
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      And you hit your finger with a hammer, this is the same
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        And you hit your finger with a hammer, this is the same


        Passed by. Already does not insert.
        1. really 29 May 2020 15: 47 New
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          Take a bigger hammer laughing
          1. sergo1914 29 May 2020 19: 37 New
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            Quote: really
            Take a bigger hammer laughing


            Not a damn thing. Any other options? Maybe on the head?
            PS I did not serve in the army. I have not even been concussed once. Maybe this is the case?
  21. Zaurbek 29 May 2020 12: 26 New
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    On the other hand, this situation is also freeing the hands of Israel’s opponents in the region. Turkey, Iran, Arabs seek to acquire such weapons. And alternative suppliers of solutions for BR, KR and warhead appeared in the world ..... and not everyone will be happy, Israel has no strategic depth and rear, the population is limited, and the supply routes are not entirely safe either.
    In general, the situation for the future is complicated.
  22. Old26 29 May 2020 13: 26 New
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    And nobody gouged them like Iraq, which the IAEA tortured the "principled" by inspections.
    IAEA - Blinded Against Israel.

    Everything is simple. if the country does not sign a nuclear non-proliferation treaty, then there will be no inspections by the IAEA. And if it signs and how preferences it receives “peaceful” technologies from the IAEA, and then transfers the acquired knowledge to military tracks, there will be inspections.

    Quote: Kostadinov
    But in order to maintain peace, nuclear weapons must also hit Syria and Egypt.

    And why did they then sign the non-proliferation treaty? If they try to create now, they’ll get into the section of “rogue countries”

    Quote: andreykolesov123
    So, Romania could well promise not only the development of nuclear weapons and ICBMs, but also the landing of the first Romanian cosmonauts on Jupiter.

    good laughing
    I will not say about Jupiter, but they gave me a fantastic story to read about 1983-1985 (I like good science fiction, but my friend had her deposits). The author is a Romanian writer. I don’t remember my last name. Published around the mid-60s. So in this fantastic story the stages of the Romanian space path are mentioned. The Romanians were the first to launch a space rocket, the first astronaut, the first to land on the moon and in this little book it was said about the preparation of the landing on Venus EMNIP. laughing
    1. Boris ⁣ Shaver 29 May 2020 14: 27 New
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      Quote: Old26
      the country does not sign the contract

      DPRK withdrew from the agreement, but it didn’t make it easier for her.
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        Quote: Boris ⁣ Shaver
        DPRK withdrew from the agreement, but it didn’t make it easier for her.

        They are familiar, no one promised to feed on the way from socialism to communism, and China or Omeriga feed them. So that everything is hockey and juche.
  23. Shahno 29 May 2020 13: 39 New
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    Sometimes some things seem more complicated than they really are ... In this sense, everything is simple. Representatives of our nation have never adhered to the rules established by others, since the time of Moses it was.
    For better or worse, it is still unknown. With nuclear weapons, we have created a certain precedent. Leading nuclear powers supported him silently. Why, why, this is not the place to establish the reasons ... Until now, the situation has not changed.
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      Representatives of our nation have never adhered to the rules set by others.

      Pretty pathetic, but not true enough. With the "love" that was used to "represent your nation" in the places of their residence, the reluctance to abide by the rules established by the "sheltering" peoples would have led to its complete disappearance. On the contrary, enviable diligence in following the rules set by others helped "your people" survive
  24. Uncle Izya 29 May 2020 14: 29 New
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    USSR had nuclear weapons it did not help him from internal enemies
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      But it really helped from the outside. Great investment!
  25. Normal ok 29 May 2020 15: 17 New
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    The answer to this question lies primarily in understanding the fact that Israel was almost initially considered by the countries of the West as its own outpost in the Middle East.

    Complete nonsense. The USA did not support Israel until the 60s.
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      Quote: Normal ok
      Complete nonsense. The USA did not support Israel until the 60s.

      This is classified information. Well this is not in the manuals.
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    Quote: Shahno
    Representatives of our nation have never adhered to the rules set by others.

    Pretty pathetic, but not true enough. With the "love" that was used to "represent your nation" in the places of their residence, the reluctance to abide by the rules established by the "sheltering" peoples would have led to its complete disappearance. On the contrary, enviable diligence in following the rules set by others helped "your people" survive

    Respected. Pathos yes. But nonsense. I'm afraid you misunderstand something ....
    Although, it is your right ..
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      I'm afraid

      Do not be afraid. My writing is simple and clear. There really is nothing to be afraid of.
  27. Shahno 29 May 2020 15: 29 New
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    Quote: Shahno
    Representatives of our nation have never adhered to the rules set by others.

    Pretty pathetic, but not true enough. With the "love" that was used to "represent your nation" in the places of their residence, the reluctance to abide by the rules established by the "sheltering" peoples would have led to its complete disappearance. On the contrary, enviable diligence in following the rules set by others helped "your people" survive

    Respected. Pathos yes. But nonsense. I'm afraid you misunderstand something ....
    Although, this is your right .. And a bold statement.
  28. Vitaly gusin 29 May 2020 16: 21 New
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    To my regret, I have to admit once again that today many observers have a low journalism level, but they make up for it with fakes in the hope of receiving bonuses from certain readers and royalties from publishers.
    Why and for what purpose to write again and not at all professionally about what was already written back in 2013 and 2018 here with a large number of materials that the author cited in the link Linnik Sergey
    Read and then compare with this "professional work"
    https://topwar.ru/34935-oruzhie-posledney-nadezhdy.html
    https://topwar.ru/143462-yadernyy-potencial-izrailya.html
    1. Uncle Izya 29 May 2020 17: 27 New
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      And where is he tall?
      1. Vitaly gusin 29 May 2020 17: 34 New
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        Quote: Uncle Izya
        And where is he tall?

        Where the author works with materials on the topic, but writes what he dreamed of.
        https://topwar.ru/143462-yadernyy-potencial-izrailya.html
        Based on:
        https://i-hls.com/archives/7033
        http://www.arms-expo.ru/news/weapons_in_the_world/jericho-3---izrail-skaya-mezhkontinental-naya-ballisticheskaya-raketa-proshla-ocherednoe-ispytanie25-07-2013-14-08-00/
        https://flaglerlive.com/81909/iran-nuke-deal-pt/
        https://vpk-news.ru/articles/7022
        https://raigap.livejournal.com/65950.html
        https://grimnir74.livejournal.com/1577764.html
        http://piratyy.h14.ru/artikle/bomba2.html
        https://www.newsru.com/background/12dec2006/ilnukes.html
        http://9tv.co.il/news/2015/05/05/203315.html
        http://svr.gov.ru/material/2-13-6.htm
        https://shaon.livejournal.com/78002.html
        http://saba34.narod.ru/bomba.html
        http://www.translarium.info/2013/12/why-is-the-u-s-okay-with-israel-having-nuclear-weapons-but-not-iran.html
        http://globalmilitaryreview.blogspot.com/2011/11/israel-tests-jericho-series-ballistic.html
        https://www.alaraby.co.uk/english/comment/2016/10/17/the-truth-about-israels-jericho-nuclear-missile-finally-uncovered
        https://www.nextbigfuture.com/2016/02/israel-has-five-modified-dolphin.html
        https://fas.org/nuke/guide/israel/missile/popeye-t.htm
        http://www.armstrade.org/includes/periodics/mainnews/2011/0802/10089062/detail.shtml
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    I believe, I believe the author. Bitch children must be called to account. These Jews, I will report to you - scary people. They got into confidence in the French and still stole a vigorous reactor from them, for money. I think it was like this: one cunning Jew told the frogmen about the cunning mansions of his wife, and the second time he quietly grabbed the reactor — well, like Chubais’s Russian economy. But the Muslims didn’t get such a number. No, they also bought a reactor from the same French (what kind of people), but they didn’t make a bomb. . But with Kennedy - this is really cool, the author gave, well done. Mossad agents, together with the CIA, decided to punish the insolent. After all, they probably told him that this is not what it seems to be, that this is a vegetable storehouse, that the Shabbat is in the yard, so no - it’s impudent like ours. Well, he was spanked. Tragedy, in a word. So they still warn everyone who is going to Dimon. Say, do not see this cheap offer, everything is very bad there. It’s real - sand, heat, radiation, well, there’s nothing to do there. By the way, we have our own Dimon, now he is sitting in the Security Council, so he will be abruptly Dimon, by the destructive power ....
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    Very interesting article, thanks.
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    Quote: Vitaly Gusin
    50 missiles can't turn Israel

    You are reading inattentively - 50 Iranian missiles could very well turn the nuclear reactor in Dimon into a 100-megaton bomb (moreover, a dirty one), and it will turn Israel into one solid Chernobyl zone.
    1. Vitaly gusin 30 May 2020 13: 12 New
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      Quote: Operator
      You are reading inattentively - 50 Iranian missiles could very well turn a nuclear reactor in Dimon into a 100-megaton bomb

      No, you just like many others have no idea what Israel is
      That's only approximately, but you will understand what it is about
      Israel’s nuclear infrastructure is based on seven facilities:
      1. Dimona - a nuclear reactor used for weapons grade plutonium.
      (it has already been accumulated for 200 years)
      2. Nahal-Sorek, referred to as "Israeli Los Alamos" - here is the development of new types of nuclear weapons. It also houses an American-made research nuclear reactor.
      3. Palahimim test site - north of Nahal-Sorek - is used to test Ericho missiles capable of carrying a nuclear warhead.
      4. Yudafat - nuclear weapons are mounted and dismantled here.
      5. Beer-Yaakov - Erich missile plant.
      6. Kfar Zkharia - Israeli nuclear missile base and a bunker for storing atomic bombs in Tel Nof.
      7. Eilabun - a warehouse of tactical nuclear weapons.
      Kfar Zakharia was chosen as a strategic nuclear missile base because of its location in the center of the country. “The Israelis placed it in an area convenient for defense, which would fall one of the last in the event of an enemy invasion,” the Base is located in the Judean Mountains. It consists of bunkers in which, apparently, Ericho rockets are stored
      All this is APPROXIMATE!
      1. Operator 30 May 2020 14: 01 New
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        It’s violet to the Persians, how many total nuclear facilities in Israel are the main thing for them to arrange a nuclear explosion in the Dimona reactor, after which not only all the objects will be covered with a copper basin, but the territory itself will not be suitable for about 20 thousand years.
        1. Vitaly gusin 30 May 2020 14: 21 New
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          the main thing for them to arrange a nuclear explosion in the Dimona reactor,

          Once again for YOU
          Dimona - a nuclear reactor, used to make weapons-grade plutonium.
          (it has already been accumulated for 200 years)
          He is retired, in Russian modern language there are only "PONTS"!
          Please do not hold the Israelis for suckers!
          1. Operator 30 May 2020 14: 44 New
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            Please, remember the grammar of the Russian language - if the reactor is "retired" (according to your data), then the speech phrase "previously used" is used.

            In any case, the Dimon reactor contains several hundred kilograms of plutonium, uranium and other radioactive elements suitable for organizing a dirty nuclear explosion with a capacity of tens of megatons.
            1. Vitaly gusin 30 May 2020 15: 23 New
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              Quote: Operator
              remember the grammar of the Russian language - if the reactor is "retired"

              No, that you it works and contains and will bomb it with rockets and all that is possible.
              The main thing is that you would be sure that Israel will be destroyed.
              Feel better?
              It's a deal then. lol
  32. Soveticos 30 May 2020 12: 45 New
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    Probably, everyone has long been watching such a trend on the site and not only here. If the author of the article writes xenophobic, stereotypical nonsense about Arabs, Turks, Iranians and other representatives of "non-Western culture", and someone proves that this is not so, they are minuscule. If the author of the article writes more or less, more likely, truthful information and dares to criticize the West, and even more so Israel, minus those who liked the article. However, double standards, s. But to leave the first type of publication without comment and to remain silent is to agree with the authors, which is absolutely unacceptable.
  33. Operator 30 May 2020 15: 24 New
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    Quote: Vitaly Gusin
    it's a deal then

    drinks
  34. Kushka 30 May 2020 20: 53 New
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    Quote: Vitaly Gusin
    50 missiles can't turn Israel

    You are reading inattentively - 50 Iranian missiles could very well turn the nuclear reactor in Dimon into a 100-megaton bomb (moreover, a dirty one), and it will turn Israel into one solid Chernobyl zone.

    It is interesting and where do they get sofas with such an advanced BIOS?
    Cadet Petrov, fail!
    You are the commander of the boat, on the right 20 enemy cruiser, your actions?
    I bring the EDC to the submarine escort - a salvo of two torpedoes on the right 20!
    And where did you get the submarine escort? !!!
    In the same place where you are a cruiser on the parade ground, thousand admiral!