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Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Syria blames the IAF

With Dr. Sanity on hiatus once again, the Syrian government is providing us with new sources of insanity. The Syrians announced on Wednesday that they know the source of those traces of uranium that were found near the Al-Kibar nuclear plant: The IAF.
Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Moallem suggested Wednesday that Israeli bombs may be the source of uranium traces that diplomats at the UN nuclear agency said were found at a suspected nuclear site.

Moallem said the leaks by the diplomats about the traces found at the site that was reportedly targeted by Israeli warplanes in September 2007 were politically motivated and aimed at pressuring Syria.

"No one has ever asked himself what kind of Israeli bombs had hit the site, and what did they contain?" he went on, adding that the United States and Israel had "similar acts" of using bombs containing depleted uranium in Iraq and Afghanistan.

"These media leaks are a clear-cut signal that the purpose was to pressure Syria. This means that the subject is not technical but rather political," al-Moallem said at a news conference with Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari.
And the moon is made out of green cheese. And Mr. Moallem believes in Santa Claus. Of course.


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