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Tuesday, July 13, 2010

75-truck convoy of missiles shipped from Iran to Syria

A Kurdish friend of Israel reports that a 75-truck convoy of missiles was shipped from Iran to Syria recently.
Former minister Mordechai Ben-Porat reported on Monday the passage of dozens of trucks loaded with Iranian missiles on Iraqi soil, en route to Syria. Interviewed on Arutz Sheva's Hebrew journal, Ben-Porat said a dispatch from a Kurdish friend of Israel living in the northern city of Irbil talked of 75 tractor-trailers loaded with big missiles, headed from the Iranian border for Syria from where some of them would make it into the hands of Hizbullah terrorists in Lebanon. He added that Iraqi authorities are not lifting a finger to stop them.

The 86-year-old Ben-Porat said his connection with the source has been constant for years. He noted, "The Kurds in northern Iraq want to communicate with us but were concerned about Israel because of its ties to Turkey. Today, since there's no need to worry about Turkey, is the time to communicate with them."
Isn't the US supposed to be in control in Iraq? What could go wrong?


At 10:34 PM, Blogger nomatter said...

Of course the story of the miles long truck convoy which headed from Iraq to Syria at the start of the Iraq war was taken completely off radar. Matter of fact, just like that...in a puff of smoke it is gone. Just like the insurgents (which killed our boys) which our good friends and allies the Saudi's, Egypt and Jordan sent into Iraq. Shh. That never happened, did it?

Misguided appeasement never seems to end. Yet when it comes to political gain is always viewed with disdain and spoken of as offensive.

Ooops, "did you see that?" hmm. "See what?"

We see what we want when we need to see it except with a mirror to ones own face.

and so it goes...

At 11:18 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Uh huh. Its a timely warning from the Kurds.

Here's hoping Israel heeds it.


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