150 Israeli Nukes When Carter Left Office

150 Israeli Nukes When Carter Left Office

Probably what he quoted as Press Offering

But 200 plus is the number as office Awaits

A new President in 2009 in a world of Hate!

75 combination in protonix zantac

May 28, 2008

Since President Carter let the cat out of the bag, I thought it appropriate to repeat our Archive Prophecy Update Number 4 from January 2001.

reverse directory



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

add comment effects levitra side

Wilderness. Israel assured both the U.S. and France she would only use the reactor for the peaceful commercial needs of her people.

best cialis levitra viagra which

nolvadex tablets

Of course, all three nations knew full well she would use it to produce an atomic bomb. 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.

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.

diarex msds

In 1964 they completed their first atomic bomb.

after clomid

diflucan cost

I will not discuss or reveal the what, when, where, and how Israel tested her atomic weaponry. In May of 1967 high-level Egyptian over flights of Dimona made Israel 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.

In 1968 about 200 tons of crude uranium (yellowcake) was smuggled into Israel off a Liberian tanker

female viagra

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 hundreds of nuclear warheads. She also has numerous chemical and biological warheads.

Many of these nuclear, chemical, and biological warheads are mounted on about 200 to 300 Jericho Missiles in the Negev. Syria, Egypt, and Jordan, and by now probably Iran and Iraq, are very much aware of these missiles and warheads.

ampicillin 10

Spy satellites, launched out of Plesesk and Turatam in the former Soviet Union, watched Israel’s development of what has previously been described. The Soviet’s shared their intelligence with Syria, Egypt, and Jordan before the 1973 Yom Kippur War. The long and short of all this points to a conclusion I firmly believe. Israel will not launch nuclear, biological, or chemical warheads against the Arab nations unless they first launch them against her.

End Archive Prophecy Update Number 4, January, 2001

I have recently received queries, from scanners of our web, for an updated outline of Israel’s historical nuclear development. Israel has maintained two nuclear reactors since 1960. The Nahal Soreq reactor has been used for peaceful nuclear pursuits, while the one at Dimona has been used for nuclear weapon production. The United States has walked a tightrope to avoid association with the production of nuclear weapons at Dimona, but has supplied enriched uranium for the Nahal Soreq facility. My interest has always been focused historically on the Dimona Site.

1956 – Israel asked France to build a nuclear reactor in return for its cooperation in the 1956 recovery of the Suez from its takeover by Egypt.

1957 – The French began to build an atomic reactor at Dimona in the Negev.

1960 – The 24 megawatt reactor was completed, supposedly for the purpose of generating commercial power. After the French left, the Israelis jacked it up to 150 megawatts in order to build atomic bombs.

1960 – Israel got a small nuclear reactor from the United States as a cover for the Dimona atomic bomb project. It was not to be used in the production of nuclear weapons.

cipro 500

It was placed at Nahal Soreq, and has been running on enriched uranium supplied by the United States since its installation.

blinklist com levitrai

Nahal Soreq is located southwest of Jerusalem. In 1978 the United States Congress passed a law forbidding the provision of nuclear fuel to countries which have nuclear facilities not monitored by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). The Nahal Soreq reactor is monitored by the IAEA, but the Dimona reactor is not.

buy zithromax non-prescription

The Dimona reactor produces plutonium for Israel’s nuclear weapons. The Israeli government has refused to return any of the enriched uranium stores it received from the U.S. before 1978, and is continuing to use them to fire the Nahal Soreq reactor.

body bro good levitra stuff up whats yea yea

1964 – The first atomic bomb was completed. I will not discuss where, or how, it was tested.

1967 – Egyptian overflights of Dimona in May caused Israel to launch pre-emptive strikes in June against her Arab neighbors because of the fear of three pronged air strikes against her nuclear facility, and the Six Day War began. Israel had a few atomic bombs at that time, but did not use them.

1968 – About 200 tons of yellowcake (crude uranium) was smuggled into Israel in December off a Liberian tanker. Israel continued to use its enriched U.S supplied uranium for its Nahal Soreq reactor.

1969 – Israel developed its first hydrogen bomb. I will not discuss how, or where, it was tested.

1973 – Israel was attacked by its Islamic neighbors, but does not use its numerous nuclear weapons.

2004 – Israel has at least 200 nuclear warheads. Many are mounted on Jericho missiles in the Negev wilderness. These missiles are capable of reaching all targets in the Islamic kingdoms of the Middle East.

Israel also has more than enough chemical and biological warheads to launch against any nation that launches the same against her. I do not believe Israel will launch chemical, biological, or nuclear warheads unless they are first launched against her. If the armies of Islam are able to drive her into the Negev without launching any of the aforementioned types of warheads against her, and will stop their advance north of Beersheba, I do not believe that Israel will launch her warheads against them.

Begin Jerusalem Post Article

Ex-US president: Israel has 150 nukes


May 26, 2008

One month after his visit to the region spurred criticism from Israeli officials for his willingness to meet with Syria-based Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal, former US President Jimmy Carter is again making waves, this time in telling the London Times that Israel possesses 150 nuclear weapons.

In a report published on Monday, Carter was quoted as saying that the international community should conduct direct dialogue with Iran in order to persuade the country to drop its nuclear ambitions. The former president cited an Israeli nuclear arsenal as proof that it would be almost impossible for Teheran to develop such weapons in secret.

0 cialis comment currently reply

Although it is widely speculated that Israel indeed has nuclear weapons, no Israeli government official

how do antibiotics affect birth control pills

has ever admitted to such.

Former Military Intelligence chief Maj.-Gen. (ret.) Aharon Ze’evi Farkash downplayed Carter’s comments on Tuesday, but warned that they could potentially be used by Iran to push its nuclear development.

“He is not the first and he won’t be the last to talk about this,” Farkash said during an interview with Israel Radio. “I think the dialogue about Israel on this subject is known, and I wouldn’t want to expand on this; as it is, it would seem that in [Carter’s] latest visit to the region, he was so hurt [by the political establishment shunning him] that he saw fit to say things which I think weren’t that responsible.

“He was a president a long time ago, and these kinds of things could do damage, but on the other hand, it could enhance the deterrent,” Farkash continued, but added that with regards to the current international effort to stop Iran’s nuclear ambitions, “they, the enemy, or some of our ‘less good’ friends, could use these claims against us.”

Meanwhile, in an interview with the British daily The Guardian, Carter called on members of the European Union to break the embargo of the Gaza Strip, which he called “one of the greatest human rights crimes on Earth.”

“Most families in Gaza are eating only one meal per day. To see Europeans going along with this is embarrassing,” he said.

Carter called the ban on talking to Hamas “unrealistic” and cited Israeli cease -fire negotiations with Hamas

doxycycline cat

– via Egyptian mediator Omar Suleiman – as reason enough for the Europeans to reexamine their stance.

FAIR USE NOTICE: This site contains copyrighted material the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner.

cheap antibiotics online

We are making such material available in our efforts to advance understanding of environmental, political, human rights, economic, democracy, scientific, and social justice issues, etc. We believe this constitutes a ‘fair use’ of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, the material on this site is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included information for research and educational purposes. For more detailed information go to:


You may use material originated by this site. However, if you wish to use any quoted copyrighted material from this site, which did not originate at this site, for purposes of your own that go beyond ‘fair use’, you must obtain permission from the copyright owner from which we extracted it.

Comments are closed.