Thursday, October 25, 2012

Israeli Press: Bombed Arms Factory In Sudan Belongs To Iran's Revolutionary Guard

Sudan Opposition: Bombed Arms Factory Belongs To Iran's Revolutionary Guard -- Haaretz

It is still unclear who is responsible for the attack on the Yarmouk military plant in south Khartoum, but according to past reports in the foreign media, Iran has built such facilities in order to arm Hamas.

Opposition sources in Sudan claim that the arms factory bombed overnight Tuesday in south Khartoum, the Sudanese capital, belongs to Iran's Revolutionary Guard.

At this point, it is difficult to verify these claims since it isn't even clear who stands behind the bombing. Sudan's Information Minister Ahmed Belal Osman claimed that four Israeli planes are responsible for the bombing of the Yarmouk Military Industrial Complex in southern Khartoum. "They came from the east," he said. "You know that last year, and the year before that, Sudanese citizens were attacked in the Red Sea... it all point to Israel's involvement."

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Previous Post: Sudan Accuses Israel Of Bombing A Weapons Factory

Update: The bombed Sudanese factory produced Iranian Shehab missiles -- Debka File

My Comment: Are these attacks related to the destruction of the weapons plant in Sudan .... I sense the timing is more than just a coincidence.

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