Of all the places to read this, it’s in a Swedish magazine ‘The World Today’: “After almost fifty years, it is time for the international community to acknowledge that the Six-Day War is over and that Jerusalem is, has been, and will always remain the capital of the Jews.”
By Tomas Sandel/translated by Mordechai Sones
Swedish magazine Världen idag (“The World Today“) ran an article entitled Time for the UN to Accept the Outcome of the Six-Day War by Tomas Sandell. Arutz Sheva brings a translation of the article in its entirety for the wholly lucid dedication to truth Sandell demonstrates herein:
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Journalist Mary Ann Thomas, revealed from an interview with Zalman Shapiro who died a year ago, that he supplied Israel with nuclear batteries he invented that were used to operate secret listening equipment the IDF planted deep within enemy territory just prior to the Six Day War of 1967.
By Ronen Bergman
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Israeli Deputy Minister Michael Oren, a historian and visiting professor at Harvard, Yale, and Georgetown universities, totally rejects a New York Times report claiming Israel was prepared to detonate a nuclear bomb in 1967 if it had felt war was lost, saying, “There is not even half a hint that supports” such a claim.
By Arutz Sheva Staff and JTA
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