God’s Miraculous Intrusion!

God’s Miraculous Intrusion!

May 31, 2007


I retired from the National Security Agency USAF Branch at Ft. George G. Meade in October of 1971. I hope you will take the time to read the following article by Daniel Pipes in the Jerusalem Post. It brought back a lot of memories from the Six Day War and the intercept from chatter between tank commanders picked up by the USS Liberty, in the waters of the Mediterranean, while positioned in international waters.

Because of the fear of committing a security violation, I wait until some book or report comes out on a particular classified subject, then I feel free to comment on it in a limited way. The information provided in the Jerusalem Post article is basically correct, but I do not believe some of the motivations attributed to the various parties are completely valid.

The MIG-25P Foxbat, mentioned in the Jerusalem Post article, flew its first test flight in 1964.

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It was the Soviet Union’s answer to the U.S. B-70, SR-71, and F-108. It was able to fly at heights well above the ceiling limitations of the F-4 Phantom II aircraft possessed by Israel, and Israel did not have a missile capable of knocking one down.

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It was first shown publicly two months after it over-flew the Nuclear Facility at Dimona in the Negev Wilderness in May of 1967. Assembly line production of the Foxbat did not begin until 1969.

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It was the fastest jet on earth, with a top speed in excess of 1800 M.P.H.!

I got a kick out of watching the movie where Clint Eastwood high-jacked the first MIG-25 Foxbat from under the Soviet Union’s nose. He was pursued in a second experimental Foxbat, and a terrific battle was enjoyed by all. The truth is that the first Foxbat did not have all the soph

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isticated high-tech weapons and voice control on it. The first MIG 25’s certainly lacked technological expertise. They were very simple. They were developed because the Soviets were scared to death by the development of the American XB-70’s, because they had nothing able to knock them down. The MIG-25 Foxbat was developed specifically to meet that hole in their air defenses.

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However, even though the Soviets primary reason for the development of the MIG-25 Foxbat was as stated in the preceding paragraph, they also developed it to over-fly the Dimona Nuclear Facility, because they knew the Israelis F-4’s could not reach that altitude. The French began to build a nuclear reac

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tor at Dimona in 1957 with a promise from the Israelis they would not use it to build a nuclear bomb. I transmitted the following Prophecy Update Number 4 in February, 2001. I had been retired for 30 years from the NSA at that time, and I must confess my memory of events at that time was fuzzy, but now at age 75 it is two clicks below fuzzy, so my dates in Prophecy Update Number 4 could be a little off the center of the target.

I am certain it was the intervention of the God of Israel that gave her the greatest victory she had experienced since the destruction of her Temple in 70 A.D., but it will be nothing compared to her victory at the end of the battle of Armageddon associated with the Second Advent of her Messiah.

As to the conclusions drawn in the Jerusalem Post article concerning what the Soviet Union intended to do in the Arab attack against Israel, I think only they could answer that question with certainty. I do know the Israelis were extremely concerned about an imminent attack against their Dimona Nuclear Facility, and that was their reason for initiating a first strike attack against their enemies. I also know from intercepted tank commander chatter in northern Galilee that once Israel had been so successful in smashing the Syrian tank advance, they decided to take the Golan Heights, something which we had asked them not to do. I will believe to my dying day that is why they so viciously attacked the USS Liberty – To stop our intercept of the chatter which indicated they were advancing into the Golan Heights. I have always loved Israel, and it broke my heart. I will always love Israel, and I hope after my demise I discover I was wrong about it, but I am convinced Israel knew it was our ship and what we were doing there. They simply did not want the U.S. to know what they were doing, in order to stop us from ordering them to stop their advance, before they overran the Golan Heights. We lost 34 men, who were cheering at what they were hearing as Israel was smashing their enemies, and we lost them to the Israelis for whom we were cheering. War is a terrible thing! Soon it will be no more!

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Isaiah 2:1-5 – The word that Isaiah the son of Amoz saw concerning Judah and Jerusalem. [2] And it shall come to pass in the last days, that the mountain of the Lord’s house shall be established in the top of the mountains, and shall be exalted above the hills; and all nations shall flow unto it. [3] And many people shall go and say, Come ye, and let us go up to the mountain of the Lord, to the house of the God of Jacob; and he will teach us of his ways, and we will walk in his paths: for out of Zion shall go forth the law, and the word of the Lord from Jerusalem. [4] And he shall judge among the nations, and shall rebuke many people: and they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruninghooks: nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more.

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[5] O house of Jacob, come ye, and let us walk in the light of the Lord.


February, 2001

In future updates, Lord willing, I will be dealing with the use, or non-use, of nuclear weapons during the tribulation period. So, in this update, I will give a brief history of nuclear weapon development by Israel. Israel, in return for her cooperation with France in the 1956 Suez Campaign against Egypt, asked France for a nuclear reactor. The U.S. was opposed to the acquisition, but France, as she usually does, ignored U.S. protests. In 1957 the French, assisted by Israel, began to build an atomic reactor at Dimona in the Negev Wilderness. Israel assured both the U.S. and France she would only use the reactor for the peaceful commercial needs of her people. Of course, all three nations knew full well she would use it to produce an atomic bomb.

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By 1960 the French finished work on a 24-megawatt reactor at Dimona. In order to develop an atomic bomb, the power must be increased to 120 plus megawatts.

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So, immediately after the French left, Israel began the process necessary to increase the reactor’s power. They eventually got it to produce 150 megawatts. In 1964 they completed their first crude atomic bomb. I will not discuss or reveal the what, when, where, and how Israel tested her atomic weaponry. In May of 1967 high-level Egyptian-directed-over- flights of Dimona made Israelis very nervous. They were afraid of an Arab air strike against Dimona from three directions. That is the reason for the pre-emptive strikes in June of 1967, when the famous Six Day War began and ended. What is very significant about this is the fact that Israel had a few atomic bombs in position for use, but did not use them.

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In 1968 about 200 tons of crude uranium (yellowcake) was smuggled into Israel off a Liberian tanker operating from a German port. In 1969 Israel used this material to develop a hydrogen bomb.

Perhaps the most significant thing about all this involves Israel’s non-use of her nuclear weaponry in the 1973 Yom Kippur War. Her enemies made initial quick gains into her territory on all fronts, yet Israel did not use her numerous nuclear weapons. Israel now has several hundred nuclear warheads. And she also has numerous chemical and biological warheads. Many of these nuclear, chemical, and biological warheads are mounted on more than 200 Jericho Missile launchers in the vast Negev.

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Syria, Egypt, and Jordan, and by now probably Iran and Iraq are very much aware of these missiles and warheads. Spy satellites, launched out of Plesesk and Turatam in the former Soviet Union, watched Israel’s development of what has previously been described. And the Soviet’s shared their intelligence with Syria, Egypt, and Jordan before the 1973 Yom Kippur War. The long and short of this, points to a conclusion I firmly believe. Israel will not launch nuclear, biological, or chemical warheads against the Arab nations unless

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they first launch them against her.

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End Prophecy Update 4, February 2001

Begin Jerusalem Post Article

The Soviets’ Six Day War


May 30, 2007

One of the great enigmas of the modern Middle East is why, 40 years ago next week, the Six-Day War took place. Neither Israel nor its Arab neighbors wanted or expected a fight in June 1967; the consensus view among historians holds that the unwanted combat resulted from a sequence of accidents.

Enter Isabella Ginor and Gideon Remez, a wife-husband team, to challenge the accident theory and offer a plausible explanation for the causes of the war. As suggested by the title of their book, Foxbats over Dimona: The Soviets’ Nuclear Gamble in the Six-Day War (Yale University Press), they argue that it originated in a scheme by the Soviet politburo to eliminate Israel’s nuclear facility at Dimona, and with it the country’s aspiration to develop nuclear weapons.

The text reads like the solution to a mystery, amassing information from voluminous sources, guiding readers step-by-step through the argument, making an intuitively compelling case that must be taken seriously. In summary, it goes like this:

Moshe Sneh, an Israeli communist leader (and father of Ephraim Sneh, the country’s current deputy minister of defense) told the Soviet ambassador in December 1965 that an advisor to the prime minister had informed him about “Israel’s intention to produce its own atomic bomb.” Leonid Brezhnev and his colleagues received this piece of information with dead seriousness and decided – as did the Israelis about Iraq in 1981 and may be doing about Iran in 2007 – to abort this process through air strikes.

Rather than do so directly, however, Moscow devised a complex scheme to lure the Israelis into starting a war which would end with a Soviet attack on Dimona. Militarily, the Kremlin prepared by surrounding Israel with an armada of nuclear-armed forces in both the Mediterranean and Red seas, pre-positioning mat riel on land, and training troops nearby with the expectation of using them. Perhaps the most startling information in Foxbats over Dimona concerns the detailed plans for Soviet troops to attack Israeli territory, and specifically to bombard oil refineries and reservoirs, and reach out to Israeli Arabs. No less eye-opening is to learn that Soviet photo-reconnaissance MiG-25s (the “Foxbats” of the title) directly overflew the Dimona reactor in May 1967.

POLITICALLY, the scheme consisted of fabricating intelligence reports about Israeli threats to Syria, thereby goading the Egyptian, Syrian, and Jordanian forces to go on war-footing.

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As his Soviet masters then instructed, Egypt’s Gamal Abdel Nasser moved his troops toward Israel, removed a United Nations buffer force, and blockaded a key naval route to Israel – three steps that together compelled the Israelis to move to a full-alert defense.

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Unable to sustain this posture for long, they struck first, thereby, it appeared, falling into the Soviet trap.

But then the Israel Defense Forces did something astonishing. Rather than fight to a draw, as the Soviets expected, they quickly won what I have called “the most overwhelming victory in the annals of warfare.” Using purely conventional means, they defeated three enemy Arab states in six days, thereby preempting the planned Soviet invasion, which had to be scuttled.

This fiasco made the elaborate Soviet scheme look inept, and Moscow understandably decided to obscure its own role in engineering the war (its second major strategic debacle of the decade – the attempt to place missiles in Cuba having been the first). The cover-up succeeded so well that Moscow’s responsibility for the Six-Day War has disappeared from histories of the conflict.

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Thus, a specialist on the war like Michael Oren, has coolly received the Ginor-Remez thesis, saying he has not found “any documentary evidence to support” it.

If ‘Foxbats over Dimona’ is not the definitive word, it offers a viable, exciting interpretation for others to chew on, with many implications. Today’s Arab-Israeli conflict, with its focus on the territories won in 1967, accompanied by virulent anti-Semitism, results in large part from Kremlin decisions made four decades ago. The whole exercise was for naught, as Israeli possession of nuclear weapons had limited impact on the Soviet Union before it expired in 1991. And, as the authors note , “21st century nostalgia for the supposed stability of the Cold War is largely illusory.”

Finally, 40 years later, where might things be had the Soviets’ Six-Day War not occurred? However bad circumstances are at present, they would presumably be yet worse without that stunning Israeli victory.

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