(AP) — Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is warning that the failure to hold a conference on establishing a nuclear-weapons-free zone in the Middle East this year could jeopardize the success of next year's review of the landmark 1970 agreement aimed at stopping the spread of nuclear arms. In a report to the U.N. General Assembly circulated Thursday, Ban urged all parties to finalize arrangements for a conference to be held as soon as possible. At the 2010 conference to review the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, 189 member nations called for convening a conference in 2012 on establishing a Mideast zone free of weapons of mass destruction.THE BELIEF THAT ISRAEL HAS A FEW HUNDRED NUKES IS WHAT PREVENTS ISRAEL FROM BEING ATTACKED ON ALL SIDES.
IT'S WHY THE ENEMY WHICH SURROUNDS ISRAEL MUST ALWAYS HOLD BACK.
THIS DETERRENT VALUE IS ESSENTIAL FOR ISRAEL'S EXISTENCE.
THE ANTISEMITIC CESSPOOL THAT WE CALL THE UN WANTS TO STRIP THAT DETERRENCE AWAY.