Monday, May 3, 2010

Clinton and Ahmadinejad Voice Support for Nuke-Free Middle East

(AP) UNITED NATIONS - Mahmoud Ahmadinejad "reiterated his country's support for establishing a nuclear weapons-free zone in the Middle East, an Arab-backed idea aimed at Israel's unacknowledged nuclear arsenal of perhaps 80 bombs.

"Clinton, too, repeated U.S. endorsement of a Mideast "nuke-free" zone. The challenge would lie in negotiating a specific process for achieving that goal.

"Egypt has proposed that this 2010 NPT conference back a plan calling for the start of negotiations next year on such a Mideast zone. The proposal may become a major debating point in the monthlong session." Read the full article here.

(We are going to need the uranium for electical power when we run out of oil. Besides, scalar weapons make nuclear weapons obsolete.--Julie Jigsawnovich)

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