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Mistery in Sudan?? not a mistery anymore

 
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04/08/2009 03:06 AM
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Israeli sources confirm IDF struck alone in Sudan

Time Magazine quotes unnamed sources who describe large-scale, hastily prepared aerial operation; Hamas sources tell magazine attack is not a major setback
Two highly-placed Israeli sources confirmed to Time Magazine that the IDF alone was responsible for a mid-January attack on a truck convoy in Sudan bearing arms for Hamas operatives in Gaza.
The magazine cited the anonymous sources as saying that the large-scale operation involved "dozens of aircraft", including unmanned drones as well as F-16 and F-15 fighter jets.





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US warned Sudan before strike

Mystery surrounding alleged Israeli attack continues: 'Reliable' sources tell London-based al-Sharq al-Awsat newspaper that senior American official alerted Sudanese authorities to fact that arms smuggling route going through country is being monitored by third party


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04/08/2009 03:12 AM
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Report: Naval commando forces involved in Sudan strike

American sources tells Yedioth Ahronoth daily special unit's fighters took part in January operation, which included attack on Iranian arms ship docking in northeast African country

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Published: 04.08.09, 07:17 / Israel News

Further details revealed on IDF operation in Sudan: Naval commando forces of the Navy's Shayetet 13 unit were involved in the January operation, which included an attack on an Iranian arms ship docking in Sudan, the Yedioth Ahronoth daily reported Wednesday, quoting an American source.
American television network CBS reported in late March that Israel Air Force planes had attacked in Sudan 17 trucks carrying weapons from Iran to the Gaza, leaving 39 people killed.
Two days later, the ABC network reported that Israel had struck three times in the northeast African country in an attempt to thwart the smuggling of weapons to the Hamas organization in Gaza.

Sudanese officials said in response that the convoy of trucks attacked was transferring goods, not weapons, and that there was no proof that Israel was the one to strike on its territory.
Senior Hamas member Salah al-Bardawil said that the allegations that the convoy was transferring weapons to Gaza were "false claims aimed at permitting the strike in Sudan."

Israel refused to comment on the publications, but former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said after the first reports about the strike emerged that "we are operating in any place where the terror infrastructures can be hit. In close places, in distant places, we're hitting them in a way which strengthens and reinforces the deterrence."

The London-based Arabic-language al-Sharq al-Awsat newspaper reported about a week ago that an American source had telephoned a high-ranking Sudanese official before the strike and warned him that a third party was monitoring the smuggling of weapons from Sudan to Gaza and that the smuggling must stop immediately.


The paper reported that the strikes took place shortly after the warning, causing Sudanese officials to believe that the United States was behind them, although this was denied by Washington.



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04/08/2009 03:14 AM
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Re: Mistery in Sudan?? not a mistery anymore
boring
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04/08/2009 03:17 AM
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oh I'm sure the poor son's will think of something, eh?
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04/08/2009 03:27 AM
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Is a "mistery" where they make mist?
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04/08/2009 03:37 AM
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