Black People : After nuclear detente with Communist nations/ Isreal still acting ugly?

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    Published on Wednesday, April 14, 2010 by Agence France-Presse
    No Obama Pressure on Israel Nuclear Policy: Minister
    JERUSALEM - US President Barack Obama during this week's nuclear summit put no pressure on Israel to shift away from its policy of deliberate ambiguity on its atomic programme, a minister said Wednesday.

    "The policy of ambiguity is the foundation of Israel's security, it has always been and will continue to be. President Obama did not ask to change it in the current period," Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon told public radio.

    He spoke following the international nuclear summit Monday and Tuesday in Washington, which Ayalon said saw "no changes in policies towards Israel and no new demands from Israel."

    Asked about Obama's statements that Israel should sign the nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty (NPT), Ayalon said the request was not pressing.


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