Crypto AQ supplied with IDF weapons?
Wow this is getting COMPLICATED.
That’s funny—play the Jew card about the weapons.
“Jew” is the racist get-out-of-jail-free card of the MidEast.
This means that [GASP!] fellow Moose-limbs were collaborating with JOOOooozzz!
Is that believable-that the radical Al-Queda were collaborating with the JOOOooozzz?
It might help the casual reader to know al manar is Hezbullah’s media outlet.
Hebrew blankets? C'mon, that's gotta be staged, like so many other photos we've seen come out of there.
How long would anyone survive in Syria carrying around a blue and white blanket in the Israeli national colors, like their flag, and in the traditional pattern?! About four seconds before they would be fired upon by all sides.
No, those blankets were brought out for a disinformation campaign for external consumption by the gullible in Araby, to quote Kipling.
This is easily faked. Hezbollah probably has captured Israeli arms. The Hezbollah organization is an ally of the Assad regime, and they can use these weapons to make it look as if the opposition is in league with the Zionists.
Now, if Israel really wanted to help the insurgents (and there is little sign that they do), they could easily give them arms without Hebrew markings, and they would probably give them old stuff previously captured from other Arabs.
All we know is that the whole Arab world is in a great mess. If Obama ever had a coherent policy in the area, it is a shambles now.
I will just guess how they got the weapon’s..I think it someone should look at Obama administration ..we all know these thugs are close to Obama’s heart..
I’m fairly certain that any country has a warehouse full of weapons from other countries that they could supply if they wanted to maintain plausible deniability. Israel, like the US, Russia, China and Iran supply weapons to just about anybody. But I’d be surprised if Israel supplied easily identified material to either side as the political repercussions are not easy to work out in advance. Now, this isn’t to say some enterprising Israeli with access hasn’t made a non-government sanctioned deal.
If true, Israel has made a serious mistake, arming Al Qaeda and its allies.
The Israeli state arming the Syrians seems the least likely explanation.
Israel thinks it has bigger enemies than Al-Quaeda like Hezbollah, Iran and the Assad government they back in Syria.
AIPAC, the pro-Israel lobbying group in this country, lobbied for US military action in Syria over chemical weapons and Israel’s ambassador to the US told the “Jerusalem Post” that Assad should go.
Israel’s survival from its earliest days has often involved getting its enemies fighting each other so they aren’t fighting Israel.
Why the disbelief? Netanyahu himself made comments supportive of rebels in Syria - there was a thread on here even. Someone correct me if I’m wrong. How do you say Operation Gunwalker in Hebrew?
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Strikes me as very unlikely, other than the communications devices mentioned in the article. I'm sure they use cellphones and laptops.