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Middle Eastern nations with nuclear weapons who refuse to join the international community by signing the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons are a great threat to the safety and security of the United States and the rest of the world. No longer can our great nation allow the growing nuclear threat that this secret weapons of mass destruction program run by this long time bad actor in the community of nations to continue.
If Bibi Netanyahu refuses to give up Israel's nuclear program, it is time for the United States to form a coalition of nations to invade Israel and force regime change there. America must show all Middle Eastern nations that civilized peoples cannot allow rogue states to dictate our foreign policy. It is time to draw a line in the sand and insist that the Jewish state give up its illegal nuclear weapons program or be put on the list of terrorist nations.
As an American Jew, I would regret it if we were left with no other choice but to invade Israel, but the unchallenged threat to world peace that Israel poses is unacceptable. I demand the immediate resignation of Netanyahu and an end to the secret Israeli nuclear weapons program. If this is unacceptable to the Israeli people, then the only choice left to the United States is invade and to install a government more friendly to our national security needs with a greater desire for peace in the region.