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Roger L Simon


April 6, 2011 - 3:01 pm

Israel, which struck a convoy in the Sudan two years ago that was headed to arm Hamas forces in Gaza, admits having done something similar again. This time the target was a rental car, again with weapons smugglers. Reports are varied, but Debka has the most details:

April 5, two passengers of a Hyundai Sonata car were killed in a mysterious attack by a missile that wrecked their car near Port Sudan. DEBKAfile’s counter-terror sources report that the attack, carried out by an unmanned aerial vehicle at Kalaneeb south of Port Said, targeted the Hamas representative in Sudan in charge of the vast Iranian weapons smuggling enterprise for the Gaza Strip via Egypt and the Suez Canal. His latest task was to organize the transfer to Port Sudan of a shipment of mustard and nerve gas purchased by Hamas and Hizballah representatives with Tehran’s help from Libyan rebels in Benghazi. The covert WMD consignment was destined for Gaza and Lebanon.

Mustard and nerve gas… whoa!

This shipment, they continue, began at the Iranian port of Bandar Abbas, which is run by the Revolutionary Guard. Israel, apparently, has eyes in a lot of places.

Roger L. Simon is an Academy Award-nominated screenwriter, novelist and blogger, and the co-founder of PJ Media. His book, Turning Right at Hollywood and Vine: The Perils of Coming Out Conservative in Tinseltown, was re-released in an updated edition in 2011.
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