Israel accuses Sudan of aiding Iranian arms flow, but keeps silent on mysterious airstrike
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#1 Oct 25, 2012
Undoubtedly, only Israel is able to destroy Iranian missiles and bombs factory in Sudan 1200 miles away from Jerusalem. The Iranian regime used the Sudanese regime of the world’s court convicted criminal Omar Bashir to make bombs for the terrorist organizations of Hezbollah in Lebanon and Syria and for Hamas of Gaza that fight against Israel. The missiles were smuggled by the Mozlem Brother Egyptian regime of Morsi to Gaza. The bombing of the Sudanese factory is another strike against the Iranian regime of Ayatollah Khamenei that finance the war in Syria with 10 biullion dollars and sent the Iranian terrorists of Quds to kill tens of thousand innocent Syrian Sunnis women and children. Ayatollah Khamenei pushes Iran to bankruptcy, anarchy and chaos and self destruction. Israel PM Netanyahu proved that Israel have the military power needed to attack the Iranian regime and its nuke plants that are located 900 miles from Jerusalem.
#2 Oct 26, 2012
While Nassrallah, following Ali Khamenei’s caprice, toys around with trashy Made in Iran uav’s propelled with camel dung…‘someone’… someone laid a few eggs in Khartoum, Sudan..
Good morning, not to far away from being hanged from a rope ….. for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes in Darfur,…… President of Sudan Omar al Bashir ..
Tough shit, aaahh … someone within your ranks blew the whistle on you … and let me tell you …… what you’ve been doing is a definite ‘no-no’…
If I was you … I would check in at an underground motel every night, like your copain Nassrallah is doing for the last years …unless …….unless you think the People of Sudan would like to have a char-broiled president ……. because something tells me “they” are not quite satisfied with the results of the ‘last exercise’ and most likely,‘they’ want a re-run of the long range operation… You know how young officers are when they are given some slack…
#3 Oct 26, 2012
The bombed Sudanese factory produced Iranian Shehab missiles
The Yarmouk Complex of military plants near Khartoum, which was bombed five minutes after midnight Wednesday, Oct. 24, by four fighter-bombers, recently went into manufacturing Iranian ballistic surface-to-surface Shehab missiles under license from Tehran, military and intelligence sources disclose.
Western intelligence sources have not revealed what types of Shehab were being turned out in Sudan but they believe the Yarmouk’s output was intended to serve as Tehran’s strategic reserve stock in case Iran’s ballistic arsenal was hit by Israeli bombers.
The Israeli Air Force has a long record of pre-emptive attacks for destroying an enemy’s long-range missiles in the early stages of a conflict.
In June 2006, for instance, the IAF destroyed 90 percent of Hizballah’s long-range missiles in the first thirty five minutes of the Lebanon war.
Videos of the explosions caused in the air raid over Sudan showed large quantities of phosphorus flares in the sky suggesting that a large stockpile was demolished along with the manufacturing equipment.
Western sources did not divulge information about the comings and goings of Iranian missile specialists or whether the Bashir government had given Tehran permission to stage attacks from Sudan against Middle East targets, in return for the allotment of a number of missiles to the Sudanese army. All they would say is that the complex's structures had been completely leveled by the aerial bombardment and subsequent fire.
Sudan accused Israel of the attack and stated it reserved the right to respond at a time and circumstances of its choosing. Israeli officials declined to comment in answer to questions.
If Indeed Israel was responsible for the bombing raid, it is possible to postulate the following objectives:
1. Its air force flew 1,800-1,900 kilometers to reach the Sudanese arms factory, a distance longer than the 1,600 kilometers to the Iranian underground enrichment site of Fordo.
This operation may have been intended to show Tehran that distance presents no obstacles to an Israeli strike on its nuclear program.
2. The IAF has an efficient in-flight refueling capability.
3. The raid would have degraded Iran’s ability to retaliate for a potential Israel or US attack.
If it was conducted by Israel, it would add a third item to the list of backdoor assaults in which Iran and Israel appear to be engaged in the past three months.
On August 17, the power lines to Fordo were sabotaged, interrupting the work of enrichment taking place there and causing some of the advanced centrifuges to catch fire.
On Oct. 6, an Iranian stealth drone was launched from Lebanon into Israeli air space and photographed its most sensitive military sites as well as the Dimona nuclear reactor before Israel brought it down.
#5 Dec 24, 2013
Israel is the agressor
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