03/28/2008

Yisraeli airstrike on Iraqi nuclear reactor (1981)

This is a very informative documentary on one of the most succelful, amazing, courageous and daring missions the IAF has ever undertaken in its entire history, namely the destruction of the Iraqi nuclear reaction that was being build at the time with the help of France.

Out of pure economic reasons, and of course also to have a bit of power in the region of the Middle-East, France completely ignored the consequences of its actions, of what this deal could cause to hundreds of thousands of innocent lives Jews and gentiles (Noahices). It was Eretz Yisrael that once again had to clear up their mesh.

Over the course of the Jewish Diaspora, the exile from their Homeland Eretz Yisrael, it was a general view within Jewish society, even sadly enough still today, that their lives are considered very cheap within certain parts of the world and minds. This documentary also shows how correct and just this interpretation is.

It's good to have Eretz Yisrael back, and the ability as a Jewish nation to once again have the force to defend itself against this inhumane and barbaric behavior that also lives vividly within quite a few political circles throughout the entire world, even in the West, and sadly enough still today. And this is not only so within extreme circles, even politically!!

17:43 Posted by Bernadette Schaepdryver in Documentary | Permalink | Comments (0) | Tags: military |  Facebook |

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