Some years ago, there was a psychological study which showed that Jewish babies react very fearfully when a stranger approaches them. Of course, the results of that study don't surprise us. The Jews, as an ethnic group, are so paranoid that they invent grand fables, and attempt to remake the cultures of entire countries, in order to keep themselves "safe" from the "anti-Semitism" created by their own negative behaviors.
What's our point? This: Israel came very close to using nuclear weapons against Egypt and Syria in the 1973 Middle East war. That war was only a conventional - i.e., a non-nuclear - war. In fact, Israel actually readied the nuclear bombs for use. That's how close they came to using them. So, we wonder, is it safe for paranoid, supremacist people [who believe that God prefers them over all others] to own nukes? Is that a good idea? Isn't the Middle East dangerous enough without the Jews possessing those horrible weapons? Don't those weapons increase the political tension in that region? At least Iran signed the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Israel won't even do that. Nor will Israel even officially admit that it owns nukes. Nor will Israel allow international weapons inspectors to examine its nukes for safety reasons [trivia: the late U.S. president John F. Kennedy worried that Israel would eventually acquire nuclear weapons] . Could another world war begin in the Middle East as a result of Israel over-reacting - as a result of Jewish paranoia - and using nukes against some Arab or Muslim country? Who poses the real problem in the Middle East?
 information about president John F. Kennedy and Israel: http://www.americanfreepress.net/html/vanunu.html