Americans are in charge of Israel’s nuclear facilities
WANA (NOV 8) – Iran has always claimed that without America’s full-on intervention and support, the rulers of occupied Palestine would have undoubtedly lost this war in a very short period.
Over the past 30 days, there have been numerous news reports about the U.S. military and intelligence providing aid to Israel. However, the recent news that the U.S. has taken control of Israel’s nuclear facilities just days after the Al-Aqsa crisis is quite surprising.
Earlier, a media outlet close to the IRGC in Iran had announced in the news that due to the collapse of management cohesion in the Israeli military sector following the severe impact of the Al-Aqsa storm operation, American commanders have taken over the leadership of an important part of the military operations of this regime against the people of Gaza.
According to reports from Iranian media, the lack of managerial coherence is not just limited to the military sector. In fact, based on these reports, the Americans have taken over the management of Israeli nuclear centers for the past two weeks.
One of the consequences of the Al-Aqsa storm operation is the “intensification of friction and insecurity” in different levels of Israel’s security and military institutions. Before this operation, the regime’s army and especially its air force witnessed a “strike” that led to the purging of high-ranking generals.
On the other hand, the dispute between the Internal Security Organization of Israel (Shabak) and its Minister of Internal Security (Ben Guer) had also become public. After this operation, the level of division and mistrust reached the point where it practically disrupted the functioning of these institutions and caused first-rate political leaders to ask for help from the Americans in particular security institutions.
Last week, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu, in a tweet, officially blamed the heads of this regime’s security organizations responsible for the impact of the Al-Aqsa storm operation. Still, after about 9 hours of publication, he was forced to delete that tweet due to the amount of pressure and the expansion of disputes.
In retaliation for this loss, Israel’s government has ordered a “complete siege” of the Gaza Strip, limiting all access to food, water, and fuel in the Palestinian enclave — which is controlled by the Hamas militant group and home to 2.3 million people — for the past month.
The TASNIM News Agency, which is connected to a military intelligence organization in Iran, claims, quoting its sources, that some Israeli officials made the nuclear threat to the people of Gaza with the consultation of the American managers of these groups.
A few days ago, the Minister of Cultural Heritage of the Israeli regime said in a statement that “dropping an atomic bomb on Gaza is one of the options of the Israeli war cabinet.” It is still unclear what the relationship is between the U.S. taking control of Israel’s nuclear sites and taking care of those sensitive sites so that the Israelis don’t do something crazy.
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Now, a question comes to mind: the U.S. has long opposed Iran’s nuclear program but not Israel’s. Why the double standard?
In 1960, when U.S. intelligence discovered Israel’s nuclear facility, the Israeli leaders claimed that they were not interested in acquiring nuclear weapons and that their facility was for peaceful purposes. However, it is now evident that their claims were false and they were lying. Back then, the U.S. was also reluctant to give Israel the freedom to let the country have its way when it came to the nuclear program, so What changed?
In 1968, Israel secretly developed a nuclear weapon. A White House meeting between U.S. President Nixon and Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir followed, the details of which have remained undisclosed. However, records from the Nixon administration reveal that this meeting set what has been Israel’s unofficial policy ever since: one in which the country does nothing to publicly acknowledge or demonstrate its nuclear weapons program. In exchange, the United States would accept it.