Friday, July 14, 2006

Success! Iran Hijacks G8 Agenda

It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out why Hezbollah (Iran/Syria's proxy terror group) chose now to stir the pot. Suddenly, pundits on the 24-hour News Networks have stopped talking about pressure on Iran or North Korea at the G8 Summit. It's all about the Mideast turmoil. Glad to know everyone is soooooo easily manipulated. And not like we couldn't see this coming... just like we could see a major attack coming. You can't say you're surprised that this is happening, right? Anyone who is surprised has had their head in the sand over the last several years.

How else do you explain that buildup of weapons we've been seeing (lord knows how many we haven't seen) flowing into Gaza and the West Bank via secret smuggling tunnels? How about the various times Israel has caught ships laden with missles headed for the PA? We know every time there's been call for a ceasefire (more aptly called a Hudna), it's been to build back up their illegal arms supply. The world and Israel have stood by as the terror groups have succeeded in rebuilding their arsenal with an obvious purpose -- this moment. And not like they hid their desires. Hamas, Islamic Jihad, etc. voiced their desire to do away with the Zionist Entity every time they got in front of a microphone. But they've been joined recently by a very powerful, delusional ally.... the president of Iran. And it is for him that this is all happening.

As the world watches the goings on in Lebanon and Israel, Iran has succeeded in buying themselves some more time for their nuclear ambitions. Israel can't make a plan to take out Iran's nuclear arsenal when they're busy fighting a two-front war. It's all coming up roses for Iran.


At 7:40 AM, Blogger Always On Watch said...

Have you seen this? Excerpt:

Israeli Military Says Missile Struck Warship Instead of Drone

Saturday , July 15, 2006

BEIRUT, Lebanon — A missile fired by Hezbollah, not an unmanned drone laden with explosives, damaged an Israeli warship off Lebanon, the army said Saturday.

The attack on Friday night had raised widespread concern in the Israeli military because initial information indicated that the guerrillas had used a drone for the first time to attack Israeli forces.

But the army's investigation into the attack, which left four Israeli sailors missing, showed that Hezbollah had fired an Iranian-made missile at the vessel from the shores of Lebanon, said Brig. Gen. Ido Nehushtan.

"We can confirm that it was hit by an Iranian-made missile launched by Hezbollah. We see this as very profound fingerprint of Iranian involvement in Hezbollah," Nehushtan said in an interview with The Associated Press.

Another Hezbollah missile also hit and sank a nearby civilian merchant ship at around the same time, Nehushtan said. He said that ship apparently was Egyptian, but he had no other information about it....

And this is quite a read, of a different type.

At 5:49 AM, Blogger MissingLink said...

They (Hezbollah's wiz kids) constructed this missile in their backyard.
So the Iranians say.

At 7:05 AM, Blogger Sergeant America said...

If anyone doesn't believe that Iran/Syria aren't orchestrating this current situation, I have some beach front property in the Sahara Desert to offer you for purchase ... complete with a souvenir stand with "I Love allah" T-Shirts, multi-colored mohammed night lights with kung-fu action and booklets featuring "10 Ways to Slay Infidels While Spreading allah's Love."

May the IDF beat down these islamofascists into the sand!

At 1:51 PM, Blogger drummaster2001 said...

reports on fox news showed the missiles hezbollah were using. i remember 2 of them- 1 was iranian made and the other was chinese [which iran stockpiled following the gulf war]. i believe the report said hezbollah received these via iran to syria to hezbollah.

esther, certain media caught on to this iran cover up. the first mention of iran being involved triggered the 'iran is diverting attention away from their nuclear program'.

At 2:33 PM, Blogger Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

'iran is diverting attention away from their nuclear program'.

Maybe in Persia people can't walk and chew bubble gum, but it's a dangerous assumption for them to make of the rest of the world.

At 7:26 PM, Blogger Esther said...

AOW, that was interesting. I feel for the Lebanese but for them to claim they don't understand why this is happening sounds rather disingenuous. I realize it's hard for them to step up and voice their rage against Hezbollah (without getting killed in the process), don't claim you don't know why it's happening. Hello??

Felis, those wacky Iranians.

Sarge, from your fingers....

dm, glad to hear it!

So true, Beamish!


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