Weapons of Mass Disablement

'No, I believe the power of the DMAT lies not in the destruction or death of the people or their homes, schools, and hospitals but in prevention through the secret disabling of the weapons of mass destruction of Israel's enemies.

Author: Ionah Arbuthnott

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781796002119

Category: Fiction

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‘Israel is in a tough neighbourhood.’ That is the wry saying of Israelis who live in this tiny strip of land in the Middle East, the nation state of the Jews but a true democracy with an independent judiciary and press freedom which allows religious freedom to all citizens—Jews, Christians, and Muslims, among others. It is a country which passionately desires peace with its neighbours and seeks to establish international trading and humanitarian and cultural ties, sharing the many advanced technologies it has developed in the fields of agriculture, science, IT, and medicine. Yet it is surrounded by countries ideologically driven and fanatically dedicated to its total destruction, especially the annihilation of the Jews. The country posing the greatest threat to Israel is Iran, which is establishing huge arsenals of guided missiles in Lebanon, Syria, and Gaza while arming and training huge proxy armies of known terrorist organisations, such as Hezbollah in Lebanon, Hamas in Gaza, and Islamic jihadists in Syria. Their plan is to attack Israel in a pincer movement with hundreds of thousands of guided missiles fired from Lebanon, Syria, and Gaza, inflicting death and destruction to such an extent that it severely weakens Israel’s powerful defence systems and allows a massive invasion of ground troops to conquer Israel and ethnically cleanse the country of its Jews and Christians. The Iranians and their proxy armies know that the missile strike is essential to winning this war because without it, Israel has the capacity to crush the ground troop invasion. This unfolding situation now poses imminent disaster for Israel if they cannot neutralise this threat of missile attack. But Israel has a secret weapon which can disable missiles, and it must do so without the knowledge of the enemy. The challenge now is how to deploy their new weapon without its detection and capture in enemy territory because the Iranians have been alerted to its possible existence and are doing everything possible to overcome this threat to their arsenal. The attack date is now brought forward to a matter of weeks away. Israel needs a miracle to win through before then. Then from an unlikely source comes a secret device which could protect the new weapon from detection, but it’s now a race against time to test it and still succeed at disabling the entire missile arsenal threatening Israel before the missiles are launched in the first phase of the Iranians’ attack plan. The unfolding drama plays out not just in the field of battle but also in a secret laboratory in an Australian outback town and in the boardrooms of the leaders and the chief military advisors of Iran, Israel, the United States, and Russia. Can Israel be saved from the imminent threat of total destruction from a determined and fanatical enemy?
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Addressing a New Generation of Threats from Weapons of Mass Destruction

So we are setting aside $ 80 million for the disablement and dismantlement of North Korea's nuclear weapon program , and we are eliminating $ 120 million to finish a missile defense field that was two - thirds of the way complete in ...

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Armed Services

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951D031105672

Category: Nuclear nonproliferation

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5 th International Conference on Lifelong Education and Leadership for ALL ICLEL 2019

A new approach in this area was presented in 2018 - Weapons of Mass Destruction Disablement Functional Concept. This concept introduces a systematic and comprehensive approach to preventing the proliferation of weapons of mass ...

Author: Prof. Dr. Osman TITREK

Publisher: Prof. Dr. Osman Titrek Assoc. Prof. Dr. Fariz Ahmadov Res. Assist. Ilkin Mammadov

ISBN: 9786056649578

Category: Business & Economics

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Creating the Department of Homeland Security

Sandia is engaged in an accelerated development effort for a standoff biological weapons detection system to ... from improvised explosive devices to chemical , biological , radiological , and nuclear weapons of mass destruction .

Author: United States

Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000049654912

Category: Electronic books

Page: 368

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Homeland Security

Sandia National Laboratories began holding advanced bomb - disablement technology workshops for bomb squad ... be used against terrorist threats such as radiological dispersal devices ( RDDs ) and other weapons of mass destruction .

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Energy and Natural Resources

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B5133253

Category: Laboratories

Page: 86

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Disabled American Veterans National Convention

He had started two wars , produced and used weapons of mass destruction and was in repeated violation of U.N. Security Council resolutions . Не was providing safe haven and sanctuary and support for terrorists and paying up to $ 25,000 ...

Author: Disabled American Veterans

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105050382345

Category: Disabled veterans

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Recycling the disabled

In fact, while the armaments industry had been steadily inventing new weapons of mass destruction, innovations in surgery and trauma care enabled doctors to save the lives of many of those gravely injured. Others invented new devices ...

Author: Heather Perry

Publisher: Manchester University Press

ISBN: 9781526103123

Category: History

Page: 240

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Recycling the disabled: Army, medicine, and modernity in WWI Germany examines the 'medical organisation' of Imperial Germany for total war. Faced with mounting casualties and a growing labour shortage, German military, industrial, and governmental officials turned to medical experts for assistance in the total mobilisation of society. Through an investigation of developments in orthopaedic medicine, prosthetic technology, military medical organisation and the cultural history of disability, Heather Perry reveals how the pressures of modern industrial warfare not only transformed medical ideas and treatments for injured soldiers, but also transformed social and cultural expectations of the disabled body – expectations that long outlasted the war. This book is ideal for scholars and students interested in war, medicine, disability, science and technology, and modern Germany.
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How Convicts and Con Artists Receive New Federal Contracts

For the purpose of this exclusion ; ( 1 ) Utilisation of Nuclcar weapons of mass destruction means the use of any explosive ... a level of radioactivity capable of causing incapacitating disablement or death amongst people or animals .

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Oversight and Government Reform

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ISBN: UOM:39015089030889

Category: Fraud

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Embodied Inequalities in Disability and Development

5 Loren Persi Vicentic (Faculty of Media and Communications, Serbia) & Suela Lala (Disability rights activist and ... These remained last on the list of weapons of mass destruction after chemical and biological weapons were prohibited.

Author: Hisayo Katsui

Publisher: African Sun Media

ISBN: 9781991201812

Category: Social Science

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This book highlights the embodied knowledge of persons with disabilities as a vital resource for understanding equality without taking disability and development for granted. The perspective of embodied inequality offers alternative ways to comprehend our “normality” as until now the notion of normality has too frequently excluded persons with disabilities and their perspectives. Disability inclusion has never been as important as it is today in the development discourse, yet systematic discrimination against people due to their disabilities persists. To address this, the link between theories and practices is strengthened in this book. Through using different contexts in the different book chapters, the readers are informed of how profoundly inequalities are embedded in our society and pronounced as embodied experiences of persons with disabilities. The chapters are written not only by academics but also by disability activists and NGO representatives. The chapters focus on disabilities and development as embodied inequalities manifested at different levels, including theory, law, and policy and practice. In conclusion, the book presents 6 A’s as lessons learned from decolonial understanding and conceptions of embodied inequalities in different contexts of disability and development: Availability, Affordability, Accessibility, Accountability, Assistance, and Affection.
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