Monday, October 5, 2009

Deal with the Russians?

TEL AVIV - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, gave Moscow a list of Russian scientists that Israel believes that Iran help in building nuclear weapons, reported the Israeli media yesterday, the London Times writing. Nethaniah the list handed over secret visit to Moscow last month.
The British newspaper quotes a source close to the Russian Minister of Defense, who said that Netanyahu presented "concrete evidence" that the Russians helping Iran to achieve the mentioned objective, and that Israel has kept the list secret to spare Moscow political inconvenience.
Israeli media reminders that Nethaniah last month, "disappeared" for several hours during the day. In his cabinet were told that the visiting security location in Israel, but soon discovered that actually traveled to Russia, which were later confirmed by both parties.
- From the beginning Israel wanted to remain secret visit - said a Kremlin official two weeks ago, pointing out that the customer satisfied. Spokesman of Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin told the Russian news agency Interfax that the visit did not know that Putin has not met with Netanjahuom.
The Times writes that the claims of Russian scientists to help look with caution, because the past tense "frilens Russian scientists. Officials in Jerusalem insist, in writing of the London exchange, that any Russian scientist who works in Iran may seem that only with the permission of the Kremlin.
Publication of this report is followed after the Iran and six world powers return to negotiations at the meeting in Geneva. Negotiations include bilateral contacts with the United States at the highest level, says the Israeli press.
Iran insists on developing a nuclear program for peaceful purposes, but Israel and the U.S. believe that the goal of developing nuclear weapons.

Ahmadinejad Jew?

The man who denies Israel the right to existence and threatens to cut off the face of it the country's Jewish origin, but it hides, writes British newspaper the Daily Telegraph on Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. The paper points to a name that is seen as Ahmadinejad shows his personal camera to document this year's elections. The document can be seen that previously was known as Saburdžijan, a Jewish surname. Hand labeled the document indicates that members of his family changed the name to Ahmadinejad when they move to Islam, after his birth. Experts say that the completion of the surname "džijan" suggests that it is a very religious Jews.
Some experts believe that this fact explains Ahmadenidžadove attacks not Israel - attempted negation of its own origin in the environment in which would have been in an awkward position. Ahmadinejad himself has never denied that his family changed the name after moving to Tehran.

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