Israel's Long Arm

[Ynet News] Ronen Bergman - Israel does not take official responsibility for operations deep in enemy territory, yet if they are attributed to Israel by the international media it responds with silence and a wink. This was the case with the bombing of the Syrian reactor in September 2007 and with the "strange accident" at a Syrian missile factory. The same happened when Hizbullah commander Imad Mughniyeh died and when a Syrian general named Suleiman, who was involved in the nuclear project and in coordination with Iran and Hizbullah, was mysteriously assassinated. Sudan has become one of the favorite smuggling routes for Iranian intelligence, with arms from Revolutionary Guard bases going through Sudan to Egypt and then reaching Gaza.

2009-03-26 06:00:00

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