- uploaded: Dec 6, 2012
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A war crimes lawyer believes that Israel's rejection of the UN vote --calling on Tel Aviv to quickly open its nuclear program to inspections and join the NPT-- is part of a policy called 'Studies Ambiguity' which tries to fake out the international community over its nuclear issues. On Wednesday, Israel rejected calls by the United Nations demanding Tel Aviv to open its nuclear facilities to international inspectors and to join Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). The Israeli regime has fiercely dismissed the United Nations' vote as a "meaningless mechanical" one, saying the world body "has lost its credibility regarding Israel." Tel Aviv's harsh reaction comes after the UN General Assembly urged Israel on Monday to quickly open its nuclear program to inspection and to join the NPT "without further delay."
Press TV has conducted an interview with Alfred Lambremont, a war crimes lawyer in Vancouver, to further discuss the issue.