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Mosad in Jordan?

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posted on Feb, 9 2005 @ 03:38 AM
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All the recent violence in Darfur, Jordan makes you wonder where the arms and logistics were comming from. All the efforts being made to secure peace in the reigon have been compromised by none other than Israel. If we are fighting terrorism, it seems to me we have missed a huge contributor to international terrorism. This is merely one example of a plethora of Israeli involvement in terrorism.


www.sudantribune.com...
KHARTOUM, Dec 26, 2004 (Sudanese radio) -- Sources involved in preliminary investigations in Jordan have revealed that the Israelis arrested by the Jordanian security forces have confessed their involvement in supplying weapons to the Darfur Region...the security agents last week arrested two Israeli arms smugglers, including an individual working directly with Dan Yatom, youngest son to a former director of Israeli intelligence, who also served as one of the advisers in Ehud Baraq's government.




posted on Feb, 9 2005 @ 05:17 AM
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Statistically speaking, America is the largest state sponsor of terrorism. In fact, our government indulges in it every day, if you understand the definition of terrorism. Of course, it's hard to concentrate on reading and thinking when there're a thousand brightly coloured, made in korea flags flapping in your ears.

Twitchy
With the outing of SBS, how many nations do we conduct black ops in? It used to be about a dozen and a half at any given time. Latin American nations were the most heavily terrorized during the 80's and 90's, but I believe that's changed somewhat. The growing influence of Russia in South and Central America has greatly curtailed American tricks in the region. We continue to conduct operations in Iran, Columbia, Venezuela, Lebanon, Syria, and a host of SE Asian nations like Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and more.



posted on Feb, 9 2005 @ 05:28 AM
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Venezuela, i'm glad you brought that up. Look into the recent growing hostilities between Venezuela and Columbia, there is some interesting US involvement brewing there. CIA operatives aplenty, which is always a bad thing if you live anywhere in South America.



posted on Feb, 9 2005 @ 05:47 AM
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America is trying to incite Columbia against Venezuela to keep Russia from achieving in Columbia what they already have in neighboring Venezuela. It won't work because the grass roots movemments in both countries are firmly anti-American. Mostly because of our hypocritcal stance on drugs and those who produce them. It's a very complicated issue, thoroughly obscured from the average non-thinking American.



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