It is now abundantly clear that not only did the UK refuse to condemn Israeli military action throughout Operation Protective Edge but that it actively allowed UK companies to arm the IDF throughout the conflict.Read more . . .
Christmas Eve, 1965, is the unofficial date of the start of the great and continuing love story between Israel and Singapore, a love affair that was kept a deep, dark secret…Israel imposed a total blackout on the story and the secret was preserved. Until the other side could no longer contain itself.Read more . . .
Sharon Komash Israel’s Military Industrial Complex As a child, I remember the Commander of Palmahim Air Force Base inviting the people of Israel, through festive radio jingles, to participate in one of the key events of ou r independence … Read more . . .
OPINION – Ronald S. Lauder: Why Israel should become a member of NATO The following opinion article by World Jewish Congress President Ronald Lauder was published by the German newspaper ‘Die Welt’ on 8 February 2011. Read the original version … Read more . . .
Ha’aretz, 26/09/2008 Israel and Azerbaijan close multi-million dollar arms deal By Yossi Melman, Haaretz Correspondent Israel and Azerbaijan have closed a weapons deal worth hundreds of millions of dollars. According to agreements signed by the Defense Ministry and the government … Read more . . .
w w w . h a a r e t z . c o m Last update – 09:25 20/11/2008 Defense Min. turns blind eye as Israelis sell arms to enemies By Yossi Melman Israeli arms dealers have negotiated and sold military … Read more . . .
The effects of the world defense industry and US military aid to Israel on the Israeli defense industry: A differentiated products model Defence and Peace Economics, 2005, Vol. 16(6), December, pp. 427-448 by Yoad Shefi and Asher Tishler This paper … Read more . . .
Israel’s defense burden 3 times higher than Western average Defense expenditure accounted for 8.5% of GDP in 2005, against 8.15% in 2004. Hadas Manor http://www.globes.co.il/serveen/globes/docview.asp?did=1000077123&fid=942 30 Mar 06 13:41 Israel’s proportion of defense expenditure in terms of GDP was three … Read more . . .
With between 200 and 500 thermonuclear weapons and a sophisticated delivery system, Israel has quietly supplanted Britain as the World's 5th Largest nuclear power, and may currently rival France and China in the size and sophistication of its nuclear arsenal.
Israel's weapons exports skyrocket, making it friends and money PETER ENAV, Associated Press Writer Tuesday, November 18, 2003 Defense News has ranked Israel as No. 3 based on 2002 contracts, and an Israeli expert told The Associated Press the country … Read more . . .
Middle East Arms Acquisition Will not Stop Middle East Monitor, 16 June 1994 In an article headlined "Surface-to-Surface against Mutual Trust," Sharon Sadeh, in Thursday’s Haaretz, says the successful test-launch of Israel’s Arrow on Sunday and an American missile in … Read more . . .
United States, Israel vie to sell early warning planes to South Korea By Yossi Melman, Haaretz CorrespondentHa’aretz, 1 December 2005 The United States and Israel have been exchanging frosty words as the countries compete to sell South Korea an early … Read more . . .
Israel’s Strategic Aims and Nuclear Weapons (?) [Excerpt from Prof. Israel Shahak’s book: Open Secrets, Israeli Nuclear and Foreign Policies] General Saguy fully shares the notion of a threat to Israel’s very survival: `Syria has always been and still is … Read more . . .
THE THIRD TEMPLE’S HOLY OF HOLIES: ISRAEL’S NUCLEAR WEAPONS by Warner D. Farr, LTC, U.S. Army The Counterproliferation Papers Future Warfare Series No. 2 USAF Counterproliferation Center Air War College Air University Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama September 1999 … Read more . . .
Report No. 117 Israel Shahak, 24 February 1993 Israel versus Iran Since the spring of 1992, public opinion in Israel is beingprepared for the prospect of a war with Iran, to be fought untilIran’s total military and political defeat. In … Read more . . .
Weapons Manufacturing Industry excerpted from the book Israeli Foreign Policy by Jane Hunter South End Press, 1987 … By the end of the 1970s, the Israeli military industry was supplying 40 percent of Israel’s military needs. But production runs … Read more . . .