April 5, 2011, - 3:10 pm
Well, I’ve been proven correct, yet again, about a man I said was a top HAMAS operative. Nearly a month ago, I told you about the Mossad’s successful kidnapping of Dirar Abu Sisi, the engineer who ran Gaza’s power plants. Abu Sisi, who claimed he had nothing to do with HAMAS, was in the Ukraine, trying to escape Israel and attempting to secure Ukrainian citizenship (his wife, as I reported is a dumbass Ukrainian white woman convert to Islam, Veronika). But as I noted, you don’t head the power plants in Gaza unless you are a top HAMAS operative. And you can never escape the highly effective Mossad, which almost always gets its man (or woman), Josef Mengele notwithstanding. In this case the man is, literally, a rocket scientist.
Dirar Abu Sisi: Mossad Kidnapped Rocket Godfather in Ukraine
Yesterday, Israel unsealed an indictment against Abu Sisi, and I was proven correct. Not only is he a TOP HAMAS operative, he’s the “Rocket Godfather.” Yes, Abu Sisi is in charge of developing and upgrading HAMAS missiles and directing the rocket attacks against innocent Israeli civilians. And not only that, but he is one of the top officials of HAMAS’ military wing, the brains behind the terrorist organization’s plans and attacks on Israelis and others. His hand stretches from Syria to Mecca. Abu Sisi founded and developed HAMAS’ military academy and also knows where kidnapped Israeli soldier Gilad Schalit is being held, which is the main reason he was captured. I hope the Israelis tortured the heck out of him to try to find Schalit. Israel cannot endure yet another release of Islamic terrorists for a kidnapped soldier.
The story is very interesting because it details how Abu Sisi learned to develop and upgrade HAMAS weapons through his university schooling in Ukraine, where he learned from a Russian professor, who formerly helped the Soviets. If you think Muslims aren’t studying the same kinds of things here and elsewhere in the West, too, think again. We are teaching them how to screw with us. Every time you see a Saudi student, a Muslim student, a foreign student, you should wonder what they are studying here and why. Who told them to come here and study nuclear science or other similar technology? Who is paying for them to study here? With whom are they plotting and meeting?
Abu Sisi not only developed missiles in Gaza but was allegedly responsible for upgrading older rockets and increasing their range. . . .
According to the indictment, Abu Sisi received his doctorate at the Kharkov Military Engineering Academy and studied under Prof. Konstantin Petrovich, an expert in Scud missile control systems.
During his studies, Abu Sisi acquired extensive knowledge in missile development, control systems, propulsion and rocket stabilization.
After returning to the Gaza Strip and parallel to his work as an engineer for the Gaza electric company, Abu Sisi was secretly recruited into Hamas by the military commander of the terrorist organization at the time, Salah Shehadeh, and began working as one of their leading engineers for short- and long-range missiles.
Abu Sisi not only developed missiles in Gaza but was also, according to the charge sheet, responsible for upgrading thousands of older rockets and increasing their range and penetration capabilities. . . .
During his interrogation, officials said, Abu Sisi provided valuable intelligence information on Hamas’s military wing, its different branches and the decision-making process within the terror group.
In 2002, Abu Sisi met Sheikh Nizar Rayan, a spiritual leader of Hamas’s military wing, who was later assassinated during Operation Cast Lead in 2009. Rayan introduced Abu Sisi to various senior Hamas operatives, including Shehadeh. Due to his education as an engineer, Abu Sisi was asked by Shehadeh to assist in developing weaponry for Hamas.
He later joined a committee that was responsible for the research and development of weaponry, and was tasked with electrical engineering, dealing mostly with developing boosters and fins that stabilized and enhanced the range of Hamas’s arsenal of rockets.
In 2005, the committee asked Abu Sisi to begin working on increasing the range of rockets manufactured domestically in the Gaza Strip. Due to his involvement, Hamas was able to increase the range of the rockets from 6 km. to 9 km., and subsequently to 15 km.
In 2007, Abu Sisi assisted Hamas in increasing the rockets’ range . . . and participated in several experiments during which rockets were tested and fired into the Mediterranean. . . .
One of the anti-tank missiles that Abu Sisi helped develop is the Yassin, which has the ability to penetrate between 16 cm. and 26 cm. of reinforced steal. He also worked to increase the penetration to 37 cm.
Abu Sisi also developed an anti-tank mortar shell called Abu Rassin, which has a range of 100 meters and can penetrate 87 cm. of steel. He later made efforts to increase penetration to 100 cm, and worked on another anti-tank missile called Al Batar, which has a 100-m. range.
With Abu Sisi’s aid, Hamas translated Russian manuals of the Igla-S shoulder-to-air missile into Arabic.
After Operation Cast Lead in 2009, Hamas asked Abu Sisi to help establish a military academy in the Gaza Strip. In this position, Abu Sisi created a plan for the school that included three main subjects: military, administration and religion.
The plan was then submitted to various Hamas leaders during meetings in Abu Sisi’s house in 2009. In 2010, according to the indictment, Abu Sisi met with Hamas operatives from Syria during a trip to Mecca.
Analysis of the Shin Bet (Israel’s FBI) indictment by Yaakov Katz:
The allegations raised against Abu Sisi in the Beersheba District Court on Monday tell the story of a different kind of terrorist – not the one who opens fire at IDF troops or plants bombs along the Gaza border, but of the brains behind it all.
Abu Sisi appears, from the indictment, to have been a critical asset for Hamas, whose recruitment into the ranks of Izzadin Kassam in 2002 helped turn a terrorist organization once notorious for suicide bombers into a military force with capabilities of strategic implications for the State of Israel. . . .
Had it not been for Abu Sisi, Israel might not have been forced to embark on Operation Cast Lead in 2009, since the rocket threat against Israel would not have been as severe. . . .
What made Abu Sisi unique was that he had studied in Ukraine in the late 1990s in the Kharkov military academy, under a professor who had been one of the key developers in the Soviet Scud missile program.
There, Abu Sisi was allowed to sit in on classes and learn about missile design, boosters, stabilizers and different power sources.
Monday’s indictment against Abu Sisi . . . provides unprecedented insight into the Hamas military wing and how it has turned into a military one would expect to see in a country – not just with brigades, battalions and special forces, but also with an in-house defense industry.
Katz believes that Abu Sisi might have been developing new weapons for HAMAS and ways of making it independent of Iran and Syria.
As Abu Sisi’s story demonstrates, half of the country is already within range of Hamas’s rockets. The question now is whether the IDF can deter Hamas from firing them.
Abu Sisi’s Islamic convert Ukrainian wife/baby factory, Veronika, is threatening to sue Israel and the Ukraine over her terrorist hubby’s kidnapping. Good luck with that, habibti.
Many of the details surrounding the Mossad “intervention” in Ukraine and “transport” to Israel are sealed.
I like it.
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