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Sunday, April 26, 2009

Iranian arms ship destroyed off Sudan

An Egyptian weekly reported on Sunday that an Iranian arms ship was destroyed off Sudan in the last two weeks. According to Israel Radio, the Egyptian magazine, Al-Usuba, was the publication that first broke the story of the destruction of the Iranian weapons convoy in Sudan in January. Like that convoy, this arms ship was headed for Gaza. And like the initial reports about that convoy, Al-Usuba reports that this weapons ship was destroyed by an Israeli or American fighter boat.
The report quoted sources in Khartoum as saying that all of the crew members who were on board were killed in the incident, which occurred in the past two weeks.

"The ship was destroyed at sea near the Sudanese coast," the sources said, adding that the vessel's cargo was to be led through the Sudanese desert and the Sinai Peninsula.

Iran had attempted to keep news of the incident under wraps, the sources said.

The Jerusalem Post could not confirm the report.
Those Joooos - they're everywhere.

I wonder if Israel could destroy those Iranian nuclear plants using warships. Just sayin'....


At 11:50 PM, Blogger DemoCaster said...

Remember, loose lips really do sink ships!

At 12:22 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Call it proactive intervention. Losing all those arms costs Iran money. Which their Hamas clients have wasted.



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