The Unspoken Alliance: New Book Documents Arms, Nuclear and Diplomatic Ties Between Israel and Apartheid South Africa

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Democracy Now!
May 25, 2010

“The Unspoken Alliance”: New Book Documents Arms, Nuclear and Diplomatic Ties Between Israel and Apartheid South Africa

Israeli President Shimon Peres has denied reports he offered to sell nuclear weapons to apartheid South Africa when he was defense minister in the 1970s. On Sunday, the Guardian newspaper of London published top-secret South African documents revealing that a secret meeting between then-defense minister Shimon Peres and his South African counterpart, P.W. Botha, ended with an offer by Peres for the sale of warheads “in three sizes.” The documents were first uncovered by senior editor at Foreign Affairs Sasha Polakow-Suransky, author of the new book The Unspoken Alliance: Israel’s Secret Relationship with Apartheid South Africa. [includes rush transcript]

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Shimon Peres has no clothes and CNN is exposed by Eileen Fleming

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24 May, 2010

On May 24, 2010, the international press blew the doors wide open regarding President Shimon Peres’ “secret” offer to sell nuclear warheads to the South African Apartheid regime in 1975.

It was reported that PW Botha, South Africa’s defense minister asked Shimon Peres-who was then Israel’s defense minister-for nuclear warheads.

Peres offered them “in three sizes” which are understood as conventional, chemical and nuclear weapons!

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Exposed? ‘Official proof’ of Israel having nuclear weapons

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RussiaToday

May 24, 2010 — The first official evidence of Israel possessing nuclear weapons may have been discovered by an US academic. Britain’s Guardian newspaper has published the declassified agreement, which suggests Israel offered to sell arms to South Africa in the 1970s.

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