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Israel admits air strike on Syria

Posted in Uncategorized by Patrick Truax on October 2, 2007


In the early hours of 6 September a number of Israeli jets appeared to enter Syrian airspace from the Mediterranean Sea.

Later, unidentified drop tanks, which may have contained fuel from the planes, were found on Turkish soil near the Syrian border, indicating a possible exit route.

Analysis: Is N Korea linked?

Witnesses said the Israeli jets had been engaged by Syrian air defences in Tall al-Abyad, north of Raqqa and near the border with Turkey.

It is still not known why Israel carried out the strike or what exactly was hit.

On Tuesday, Israeli Army radio reported that Israeli planes had attacked a military target “deep inside Syria”, quoting the military censor. No further details were given.

Some US officials have linked the raid to suspicions of secret nuclear co-operation between Damascus and North Korea, suggesting a fledgling research centre may have been the target.

Damascus and North Korea have denied any nuclear ties.

Other reports suggested that the raid may have targeted Iranian arms bound for the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, or materials going in the other direction, to Iran.

Bravo Sierra. The Israeli’s took out a site for refining the uranium that was smuggled into Syria during the run-up to the Iraq War. While this entirely conjecture on the part of Artorius analysts, it is the mos logical and it is the belief of the Artorius Intelligence Staff, and an outside consultant we engaged, that while we were playing patty-cake with Kofi, Saddam was smuggling the components of his Nuclear Weapons program.

So, the Israelis got wind of a threat, and eliminated it. Just like Ossirak, and just like we would have done..

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  1. Patrick Truax said, on October 2, 2007 at 7:36 pm

    There can be no doubt that any evidence of a nuclear weapons program in Saddam’s Iraq was spirited away to Syria, while Blix looked for arse with his Hans. He was looking in the wrong country!


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