April 6, 2011, - 3:22 am
A few hours ago, a dear friend of mine–a former, very successful Arab operative for Israel in Lebanon–sent me this story with the headline, “Well Done Job.” He knows this is an Israeli operation, and so do I. Indeed, this is exactly how it’s done. I just wish the Israeli Air Force would do more of this and that it had done more of this in the past. And I’m not so concerned with the strikes being this “surgical.” Collateral damage in the Islamic world, especially in places like terrorist-host state Sudan where Black Christians have been virtually wiped out, isn’t a concern for me. Nor should it be for Israel, regardless of international reaction, which is never mollified when it comes to Israel.
Flying the Sudan’s Not So Friend Skies, Israel Takes Out HAMAS Operatives
Although the press describes this as a “mystery,” previous experience points to this being Israel targeting HAMASniks and their transport of weapons to HAMAS. Remember that Sudan borders Egypt which borders Gaza. And now that Egypt has been liberated by Lara Logan’s “liberal democrat” Muslim savage liberators, the Egyptians won’t even pretend to try to stop the arms going into Gaza. So Israel has to get them before they travel from Sudan (and other locations) to Egypt. Port Sudan is on the water, so arms are easily smuggled into and out of Sudan there, even more easily than in the rest of Muslim ravaged Sudan, previously home and sanctuary to Osama Bin Laden.
KHARTOUM – Two people were killed in an attack on a car near Port Sudan on Tuesday, which police suggested was a missile fired from the sea, while state media and a regional government official blamed a foreign aircraft.
Witnesses at the scene near the airport at Sudan’s main port city said the small car was destroyed and the two charred bodies of its passengers could be seen.
Have fun in paradise, habaybi [my dears].
“A missile from an unknown source probably bombed the car,” police spokesman Ahmed Al-Tahmi told Reuters. He earlier told local radio the missile had likely been fired from the Red Sea.
The Sudanese Media Center, a news agency linked to Sudan’s state security apparatus, and the speaker of the Red Sea state parliament, Ahmed Tahir, said an unidentified aircraft had flown into Sudanese air space to bomb the car.
It’s the Israeli Air Force, bitch!
The plane came in from the Red Sea and flew back after the bombing, Tahir said. The Sudanese Media Center said the army responded with missiles that the foreign plane managed to evade.
“We heard three loud explosions,” a source at Port Sudan airport told Reuters. “We went outside to see what was happening and eye witnesses told us they saw two helicopters which looked liked Apaches flying past.”
Apaches? Yup, it’s Israel. Love it. Thanks, Boeing. If it were up to me, I would call this “Operation Sheikh Yassin,” to honor the Israeli air strike that took out HAMAS-revered Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, who was taken out with an Israeli air strike, and only a single charred, smoky wheel from his wheelchair remained after the fact.
Tahir said the two people killed were traveling into the town from the airport when their car was hit. They have not been identified.
So sad, too bad. Hmm . . . from where did their flight arrive? Well, their identities are already known to the brothers at the HAMAS meeting to which they didn’t make it.
This is not the first time mystery has surrounded a strike in Sudan’s eastern Red Sea state.
In January 2009, unknown aircraft hit a convoy of suspected arms smugglers on a remote road in the state according to Sudanese officials, a strike that some reports said may have been carried out by Israel to stop weapons bound for Gaza.
Second time’s a charm. Mazel Tov, Israel. Two down, a billion or so to go.
New HAMAS T-shirt: Akhi [my brother] went to Sudan to meet the Brothers and all I got was this charred t-shirt, halal extra crispy (handcrafted by designer Israeli Apache pilot artisans). Only available in ashen charcoal gray.
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