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The Iranian defense minister added that Israel, supported by the US, was seeking to create a rift in the Muslim world by having them kill each other.
To deal with the threat of WMD, Israel and its friends must arm themselves with weapons that are “out of this world,” weapons that have divine power.
"Some of these criminal syndicates have the organizational and financial wherewithal that could potentially allow them to acquire and sell radioactive material."
Official statements are critical of Egypt’s hard-line paper, INSS program head tells ‘Post’.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Iranian leader says religious edicts do not allow use of weapons of mass destruction.
By AVIGDOR HASELKORN
Dr Landau, the INSS regional security expert, will be here to answer reader questions so start submitting them now.
By DEBORAH DANAN
Analysis: Not all use of chemical weapons an immediate, massive disaster.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
UN ambassador Prosor says there must be "comprehensive peace" in region before Israel joins nuclear weapon free zone.
By JPOST.COM STAFF AND REUTERS
Collapse of Assad regime could put toxins in the wrong hands; No one knows the size, quality of WMDs collected by Syria.
By DAVID ROSENBERG / THE MEDIA LINE
US fears conference, which is set for 2012, could be used as forum to bash Israel; Hague: Mideast free of WMD an "achievable goal."
The frightening prospect is the new al-Qaida will seek to retaliate directly against the US in a big way with weapons of mass destruction.
By YONAH ALEXANDER AND MILTON HOENIG
The military-strategic culture in the Middle East tends to see strategic weapons as means of compensating for conventional-military shortcomings, ensuring regime security through deterrence.
By CAN KASAPOGLU
Start worrying more about the largest WMD stockpile in the Arab world - Syria.
By DOUGLASS BLOOMFIELD
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