Papers on U.K. Role in Israeli Nuclear Program Missing From National Archive, Reports Say
The documents are among 400 sensitive files reportedly missing since 2012 from the British national archive.
ed note–keep in mind, those nukes aren’t there for Israel to protect herself from all those mean AY-rabs.
It’s about the newest religious feast that is about to be added to Judaism’s long list of those rejoicing over the destruction of Gentiledom, alongside Passover, Purim, Hannukuh, Tisha B’Av, etc, but this time, it will celebrate the destruction of Rome which was responsible for the greatest act of ‘anti-Semitism’ in human history–the destruction of Israel in 70 A.D.
Lest we forget–
‘We possess several hundred atomic warheads and rockets and can launch them at targets in all directions, perhaps even at Rome…’–Martin Van Creveld, Israeli military historian
Britain’s involvement in the creation of Israel’s alleged nuclear arsenal is one of the topics among more than 400 documents missing from the U.K.’s national archive, British media reported on Thursday.
The Independent cited a response to a Freedom of Information request, that important files missing include a so-called nuclear collaboration with Israel in the 1970s and a letter from Winston Churchill.
The BBC quoted an unidenfitied British lawmaker as expressing concern about the loss. It said 402 historical files were unaccounted for since January 2012.
Missing among these papers is a Foreign Office filed from 1979 called “military and nuclear collaboration with Israel: Israel nuclear armament,” the BBC says.
The report says the missing file is likely related to a United Nations resolution with the same headline, about “increasing evidence” of the country’s efforts to acquire atomic weapons.
Another missing document is a letter from Winston Churchill regarding his memoirs, from October 1947, the BBC says.
The National Archives in Kew, London, contain more than 11 million official documents. Many are made available to the public after 30 years.
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