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June 6 Iraqis Recall Israel's Bombing Of The Iraqi Nuclear Reactor


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Post by rocky on Fri Jun 07, 2019 7:47 am

June 6 Iraqis Recall Israel's Bombing Of The Iraqi Nuclear Reactor

June 7, 2019

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The Iraqis recall the Israeli bombardment of the peaceful nuclear reactor at Tawaytha, south of Baghdad

At 6:15 pm on Sunday, June 7, 1981, a 15-minute radio broadcast in Baghdad was interrupted and smoke rose near the city of Salman Pak in Mada'in, south of Baghdad. Because Iraq was in a position of defense against the Iranian attack, it was expected to be an Iranian bombardment One of the sites in Iraq has already bombed Iranian cluster bombs in the first days of the war
The General Command of the armed forces did not issue statements on the bombing at the time, but a military spokesman at the time said that one of our sites was attacked by an air force and did not specify the location of the site. But days later, the Israeli entity announced that it had bombed the Iraqi reactor for peaceful purposes.
The Israeli entity bombed the Iraqi nuclear reactor on the anniversary of the disastrous June setback of eight US-made F-16 aircraft after the Israeli intelligence services made the exact preparations "to bomb the site 17 kilometers from Baghdad, these planes should have been handed over to the Shah of Iran In 1982, but after the demise of the Shah was handed over to the Israeli entity.
The Zionist pilots have trained the eight aircraft for a long time and in strict secrecy to fly at low altitude especially over Cyprus and the Red Sea for fear of being detected by the Iraqi radars. They also set up a kartonia reactor in the Negev desert, similar to the Iraqi reactor for training on its bombing.
The youngest of these pilots was Ilan Ramon, who became the first Zionist astronaut killed on February 1, 2003, during the crash of the Columbia spacecraft.
There were also 230 Zionists in the process, and the then chief of staff, General Rafael Eitan, who was afraid of leaking news about the operation, urged Prime Minister Menachem Begin to give the order to start the process.
Israeli aircraft dropped bombs weighing one of them 900 kg. One of the pilots on the attack said that General Eitan told them before their launch: "If you are captured say everything you know. You think you know a lot but you do not know anything. Stop eating dates because you will get a lot of them in Iraq. "
Israeli planes flew from Eilat on the Red Sea and flew at low altitude over the Saudi desert, whose radar did not announce Israeli aircraft.
The rockets fired at the reactor, which weighs 16 kg each, 900 kg, but only nine exploded and seven did not explode, one of which fell on the uranium store and the irons were not inside the reactor, but outside. Therefore there was no environmental disaster because Iraq was anticipating Iran's attempts to bomb the reactor did not put Fuel inside the reactor.
Two days before the bombing, Iraq had carried out a 72-hour operation. It was the last of the 11 tests to receive the French side, which was in Baghdad for the purpose of signing the handover, until one of the engineers was killed in the raid when he completed his work there.
Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin justified the raid in the run-up to Israel's parliamentary elections by saying that the July reactor was about to work, allowing Iraq to produce atomic bombs.
The Israeli entity earlier killed Yahya al-Mashhad, a nuclear scientist who was among eight members of the committee to receive the French reactor that was bombed in June 1981.
Yahya al-Mashhad was born on 11/1/1932. After his study, which showed great superiority, he received a bachelor's degree in engineering from the Alexandria University and his third rank on his payment, which earned him a scholarship in 1956 to obtain a doctorate from Cambridge University - London. The tripartite aggression The mission's route was changed to Moscow. After his return, he joined the Atomic Energy Commission, which was established by the late Gamal Abdel Nasser, who also ordered a year ago to establish a department for nuclear engineering at the University of Alexandria.
In April 1979, the Israeli entity destroyed the heart of the nuclear furnace of the Iraqi reactor Osiris in the stores of the town of Lassin-sur-Mer near the French port of Toulon on the eve of its dispatch to Baghdad. Of course, the destruction happened at the hands of the Mossad. Oven only d. Which he managed to repair and oversee the transfer to Baghdad.
The first and most important and most important achievements of the corset is to facilitate the task of Iraq to obtain enriched uranium from France ..
After the demise of the Shah, Iran was unable to pay its debts to the French company Consortium to produce uranium. Iraq offered this company to buy the shares of the Iranian government in the name of the Iraqi government and succeeded in that and was able to obtain the uranium it needs

In the Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper, the editorial titled "All circles in Israel received the news of the assassination with pleasure !!"
Fonono, the most famous Zionist corn scientists, said: "The death of Dr. Almashd will delay the Iraqi nuclear program at least one centimeter .."
On 19 June 1981, Security Council resolution 487 was issued, which criminalized the Israeli entity for bombing the peaceful Iraqi reactor.
The Security Council, Having considered the agenda published under S / Agenda / 2280, Having considered the contents of the cable dated 8 June 1981 issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iraq (S / 14509)
Bearing in mind the relevant statements at Council meetings 2280 to 2288,
Taking note of the statements made by the Director of the International Atomic Energy Agency on this subject on the Board of Governors of the Agency on 9 June 1981 and his statements at the 2288th meeting of the Security Council on 19 June 1981,
Taking note further of the resolution adopted by the Governing Council of the International Atomic Energy Agency on 12 June 1981 on "Israel's attack on the Iraqi Nuclear Research Center and its consequences for the Agency" (S / 14532), and clearly recognizing that Iraq is a party to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons Which entered into force in 1970, that Iraq had accepted IAEA safeguards in respect of all its nuclear activities and that the Agency had stated that its safeguards had been applied in an acceptable manner until that hour,
Noting further that Israel has not complied with the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons,
Deeply concerned about the threat to international peace and security caused by the deliberate American raid on the Iraqi nuclear reactor on 7 June, which threatens at every moment an explosion in the region with dire consequences for the vital interests of all States,
Bearing in mind Article 2, paragraph 4, of the Charter of the United Nations: "In their international relations, the Member States of the Organization shall refrain from resorting to the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence of all States or in any other manner incompatible with the objectives of the United Nations United Nations »,
1. Strongly deplores the Israeli military raid, which constitutes a flagrant violation of the Charter of the United Nations and the principles of international conduct;
2. Calls on Israel to refrain in the future from carrying out or threatening such acts;
3 above that the said raid constitutes a serious threat to the entire IAEA safeguards regime on which the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) is based;
4. Recognizes unreservedly the legitimate and inalienable rights of Iraq and the rest of the States, in particular the developing countries, to work to develop technical and nuclear programs for the development of the economy and industry of these States for peaceful purposes as they meet their current and future needs, including those internationally recognized in the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons; ;
5. Calls upon Israel to immediately place its nuclear facilities under the supervision of the International Atomic Energy Agency;
6 considers that Iraq has the right to adequate compensation for the destruction of its victim, to which Israel has recognized its responsibility;
7. Requests the Secretary-General to inform the Security Council, on a regular basis, of the implementation of this resolution.
At its 2288th meeting, the Council unanimously adopted the resolution.

[size=18]June 6 Iraqis recall Israel's bombing of the Iraqi nuclear reactor

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The Iraqis recall the Israeli bombardment of the nuclear reactor of July in the Tuweitha area south of Baghdad. At 6:15 pm on Sunday, June 7, 1981,
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