Amos Gilad speaking at conference Photo: KOBI ZOLTAKIran can break out to nuclear weapons "very quickly," and Israel must maintain operational readiness for any threat that may arise, Maj.-Gen. (res.) Amos Gilad, director of political-military affairs at the Defense Ministry, warned on Monday.
Speaking in Tel Aviv at a security conference organized by the Israel Defense publication and the Israel Artillery Association, Gilad said the security forecast was not sunny. "Today is a pleasant day. But there are clouds, and a storm, on the horizon," he said. "People don't believe it until it comes," he added.
Iran's nuclear weapons program remains the top threat to Israeli security, he said, describing the Islamic Republic as a "horrible regime" that threatens to exterminate Israel. He referred to a past statement by former Iranian president Ayatollah Hashemi Rafsanjani, who said that one atomic bomb would be enough to destroy Israel.
[sidebar: METZITZAH B'PEH practitioners for thousands of years has caused this "TRIBE" to be completely criminally insane. Shame, Toxic.
When the species HOMO SAPIENS' separates from the species that is one and the same, this is an APARTHEID. The Apartheid has now been well observed, and therefore, time has struck the wake the hell up, people, earth humans, before too late as Einstein said.
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