The 118-member Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) meeting in Vienna early this week had warned the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) not to destroy itself in the process of protecting the interests of the nuclear-armed Zionist entity.
Beside raising the issues of Israel’s nuclear activities and the IAEA investigation of Syria’s alleged nuclear site that was bombed by the Zionist entity in 2007 – the NAM statement is sharply critical of Amano for accepting on face value Western intelligence information on Iran’s nuclear activities.
The Zionist entity had built several hundreds of nuclear warheads with the help of the US and France since 1958, a year after the establishment of IAEA. However, IAEA has avoided to send it inspection-team to monitor the ‘Jewish bombs’. IAEA also refuses to ratify the NAM-sponsored May-resolution demanding that IAEA should ask Israel to join NPT and in case it refuses – IAEA should forward its recommendation to UN Security Council for putting sanction against Israel.
Recently, both the US and EU have approached the Arab countries not to table the same resolution – unless they want to see more genocide of the Palestinians in Gaza and the West Bank.
On September 13, 2010 – IAEA Director-General Yukiya Amano made the sneaky remarks that all Iranian activities cannot be considered “kosher” because Iran has refused to allow IAEA inspectors to visit all the site (including the Presidential Palace!!). Iran’s Organization of Atomic Energy Chairman, Ali Akbar Salehi, called Amano’s remarks “a great and dangerous mistake” – meaning Amano is dancing on “USraeli Iranophobe tune”.
Like the US politicians and German Chancellor Angela Markel – Amano is a frequent visitor to Tel Aviv to dine on ‘kosher’ chop-sticks and the other goodies Israel is famous for.
What surprised me the most is that this time, New Delhi, took the courage to go against its close partner in “Let US Hate Muslims” club, Israel. According to the Turkish Weekly (September 18, 2010), India has associated itself with a statement by the NAM which criticize the language used in the IAEA Chief’s report.