In an unprecedented move, the Obama administration has declassified top secret Israeli documents on their nuclear weapons program. The US had always kept this "classified top secret" for Israel, while Israel continued to give no indication on whether it had nuclear weapons or not. This unity was done to keep a nuclear arms race from developing in the world's most volatile area.
This was largely ignored in mainstream media, with the release coming from an Israeli media outlet.
The release came just days before Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to congress, and is seen as a "retaliation" for his accepting of the offer to speak, without Obama's approval.
Israel long maintained, with the United States, to not make any public declarations of Israel having nuclear weapons. Both nations felt that the secrecy, alone, was a deterrent, but should Israel declare its arsenal, it would provoke Muslim pride "for Allah", as seen in the hyperbolic language that is commonly deployed. ("Americans will be swimming in their own blood, with the blood rising to the level of..." and so on).
America and Israel understood the ideology, noting the "shame" that would be upon other nations, who, in surrounding the tiny Israel, steadfastly refused, since 1948, to acknowledge its existence. With such a small population, and as small geographical area, it is surrounded by those who's religion teaches that devoutness to it means to bring death to Jews. It is a powerful ideology.
This coincides with a new report that says that the Obama administration agreed to let Iran develop centrifuges underground, in a safe bunker, where Israeli jets would struggle to reach in a military strike. This while nuclear regulators have reported that Iran is not allowing access to inspectors.
While previous administrations have specifically stated that Iran could not be allowed to develop nuclear weapons, this administration is going forward with plans with Obama stating that he will "tell the American people" the details of the deal after it is signed, but not before.
While John Kerry reported progress, the Ayatollah led chants of "Death to America" in public.
Upcoming: The correlation to language to the willingness to die, looking at what Hitler told youth about Jews.