In a new book, Manifesto on Secure Tolerance, European Jewish Congress President Moshe Kantor, blasted hundreds of European companies for “cooperating with nuclear weapons-hungry Iran.”
In the book Kantor compares European firms trading with the Islamic Republic to “Nazi industrialists and scientists” who “all but brought Hitler close to the nuclear bomb and appropriate delivery vehicles by 1945.”
Kantor, who heads the International Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe, which periodically gathers top security experts to discuss proliferation concerns and ways to boost global security, warns that Iran’s nuclear program would eventually deal a death blow to the Non-Proliferation Treaty if left unchecked and trigger a Middle Eastern nuclear arms race.
“Many of these countries are unstable and balancing on the brink of radicalization,” Kantor wrote.
“This dramatically lowers the threshold of nuclear weapons use in regional or internal conflicts with a high probability of escalation to the global level in the near future,” he added.
Kantor also examined the threat of a crude atomic terrorist device detonated in a Western capital, which he said would turn “the entire civilized world into a hostage of terrorists.”