I find it beyond sad that you choose to focus on the seriousness of antisemitism by repeating incendiary phrases rather than searching for some peaceful solution.
There are certainly many rumblings in Europe and definitiely here in the US, that should make us all aware that we cannot sit back and ignore such anti-humanity mindsets. But I don't believe the choice of your title offers the prospective reader with anything but continued stereotyping and hatred.
And for me, the answer is a clear NO, no matter what the intent or reason, it's assinine to bomb nuclear facilities. PERIOD.
I spent several hours at Yad Vashem, the holocaust memorial on Har Hazikaron in Jerusalem. It's a day I'll never forget. But one thing I remembered most, was the Avenue of the Righteous, a row of trees that honored many non-Jews who bravely risked their lives to stop the atrocities. There are many today doing the same, and I can't help but think they should be getting equal media attention.
And the holocaust of WWII seems sadly to have not made much of a dent in in-humanity's collective hard head, or we wouldn't be witnessing the genocide and starvation going on in Africa this very minute, along with what was/is going in Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan.
One more comment, about the phrases on the missiles or bombs. American GI's did the same thing in WWII and Korea, Nam, and the Middle East. And I personally knew more than one Israeli soldier who wrote names on his bullets. And in this country, in the wild west days, cavalrymen and Indians both were known to label their weapons of death. so that banner did not surprise me, and shouldn't surprise anyone else either.
My point in replying to this thread, which I had first decided to ignore, is that we CANNOT ignore what is happening, but perpetuating hatred and encouraging bombing is not going to bring us one step closer to a peaceful resolution.
l'chaim, shalom shalom
wishing you peace