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GUEST,albert BS: Palestinian 'facts' (677* d) RE: BS: Palestinian 'facts' 25 May 08


I think the revealing to the world that Israel was armed with nuclear weapons was an act of a deeply humanitarian man.....and I admire Mordechai Vanunu's courage and conscience.

There are many across the world who are thankful that this information was revealed to the wider world.Of course those in the corridors of power, in the upper echelons of the arms manufacturers the nuclear barons and the military would have already known the essential facts about Israel's nuclear weapons.

Other than the belief that he has made an outstanding contribution to the cause of peace I also know that he has undergone terrible personal suffering as a result of him telling the world's public about the nuclear weapons that Israel possesses and which are pointing at its neighbours.

The much misnamed "Peace" person above [what a sad joke that nameis ] asks what I have done to help the Vanunu.
My answer is... not enough but obviously more than you.

As a reader of Mudcat who has come upon this thread I thought I would add my comments about events in Israel.It amazes me that the Zionists writing here seem to think that to read Mudcat you have to support Israel in its ongoing oppression of the Palestinian people.
Free Mordechai and Free Palestine!
Albert


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