Skip to comments.Report: Hizbullah arms cache that exploded contained chemical weapons
Posted on 09/03/2009 11:42:28 AM PDT by Nachum
The hidden Hizbullah arms cache in southern Lebanon that exploded in July contained chemical weapons, and three Hizbullah terrorists died as a result of the toxins, in addition to eight other terrorists killed by the blast, the Kuwaiti newspaper Alseyassah Kuwait said on Thursday.
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One man made disaster that killed the right man (men)!
It is just a matter of time until they start using chemical weapons as much as they do roadside bombs.
Gee, wonder where the chem weapons came from?
Does Hans Blix know?
Hizbullah has just rendered ALL of Lebanon as fair game for targeting by Israel.
As of today, there are NO “innocent targets” in Lebanon!
Iraqi chemical weapons ... just wondering
I wonder where those chemical weapons cam from?
Could it be from Syria....... Naw... Couldn't be. but maybe....
and if they came from Syria, where did the Syrians get them? Could it be from Iraq.... a few years ago.... Like 2003 just before the war kicked off?
Naw...... Couldn't be.......
Was UNJOKE informed?
Best ignorance money can buy.
Sadly, showing my unholy side, one can only hope that the terrorists that died from the toxins died a slow and painful
death with plenty of time to consider all the innocents they have or would have killed.
possible these were some of the ones smuggled out of Iraq to make Bush look bad?
We should send Blixies Pixies after ‘em again.....
Boy! Ven tings go wrong.
For Bib, this is a game changer.
Next war with Hizbollah is going to be down and dirty. And quick.
They need to confirm this, then issue an ultimatum to Lebanon: Hezbollah must be disarmed and their weapons destroyed. Israeli observers must be allowed to inventory the weapons and confirm their destruction.
Once the Lebanese to accept it, the Israelis should be able to do as they please with them...
What...ya mean they sent Hans Blix to the wrong country?
To this day, no logical reasonable or believable explanation has been given regarding what cargo was being transported on that miles-long 18-wheeler caravan that was picked up on satellite headed to Syria from Iraq....about three months before the US went in and kicked @ss. We gave Saddam ample time to organize and carry out that mysterious transport. And of course, the leftist-biased mainstream media all ignored the story completely. Imagine how inconvenient it would have been for them to even consider the possibility that those trucks (and a converted airliner, also) might have been carrying WMDs.
Warfarin is a favorite of theirs.
How about Scott Ritter?
From the actual article;
“Alseyassah Kuwait said Iran recently sent Hizbullah new types of chemical weapons and protective equipment, as well as thousands of gas masks, via Syrian airports.”
Achmed: don’t smoke over there!.....
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Hezbullah Said to Be Preparing Chemical Weapons Attacks
Al-Siyassa/Arutz Sheva/The Lid | 9/3/09 | The Lid
Posted on 09/03/2009 9:51:45 AM PDT by Shellybenoit
There were no WMD. There never were any WMD. This is all Bush’s secret plan to push us into war with Hizbullah.
“Screaming like a man in fire or lime...
...”like a devil sick of sin”
That’s how a WW I poet described a gassing victim.
According to the report, they got them from Iran.
Last Scott Ritter was heard from, he was looking for WMD in underage poon.
Perhaps then the Syrians sent them to the Iranians who in turn sent them to Hizbullah.
A bit far fetched? perhaps and perhaps not.
Three-card monte Middle Eastern style. I’ll bet you’re right.
Well, goodness, me, that just breaks my heart.
Count on it.
Now, if “un-named” European agency would publish what “toxins” killed the Hiz-bullers, that would provide a pretty good indication as to where the chem weapons were originally manufactured.
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