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Lebanon seizes military shipment to Iraq from Belarus

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posted on Jan, 17 2003 @ 10:34 AM
Wednesday, January 15, 2003

NICOSIA Lebanon has seized 13.2 tons of military equipment procured from Belarus and meant for Iraq.

Lebanese sources said the equipment was seized by Lebanese customs authorities in the port of Beirut over the weekend. The sources said the supplies were bought in Belarus and imported by Lebanese agents for Iraq.

The Belarus equipment was said to be meant mostly for Iraqi tanks. They included communications equipment, tank crew helmets and other components for Iraq's T-72 Soviet-origin main battle tank.

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posted on Jan, 17 2003 @ 11:29 PM
These minor shipments are of no real consequence, it's heavier weaponry that is dangerous. ie. SSM's, SAM's, AFV's etc.

posted on Jan, 17 2003 @ 11:33 PM
CAn we say hint hint someone is gearing up for war. DO we need to give him more time!!!!!!!!!!!!! why would he gear up unless he knew we would attack. And we would attack if we found someitn. smells fishy to me/

posted on May, 29 2005 @ 03:45 AM
I know old thread but raeds like it has resurfaced......
Is Belarus next in line?
Julian Evans

If you listen carefully, you can hear the drums of revolution beating once more in Washington. The neoconservatives have found another regime that needs changing, another enemy of ‘freedom’, and they are setting about putting matters right in their usual way. This time the target is Belarus, a small country in between Poland, Ukraine and Russia with a population of 10 million. Since 1996 Belarus has been run as a communist dictatorship by President Aleksander Lukashenko.

All the usual precursors to a US-sponsored ‘revolution’ are in place: an influential Washington NGO — the US Committee on Nato — has said that fostering democracy in Belarus is an ‘essential, moral and strategic imperative for US foreign policy’. Its head, Bruce Jackson, has been holding meetings with ‘freedom fighters’ in Belarus to discuss ways of overcoming Lukashenko’s dictatorship.

posted on May, 29 2005 @ 03:50 AM
Also ....would like to add that when icons which are images of heavenly things and not to be WORSHIPPED AS SUCH.......are weeping blood and myrr..this occurs when something of great significance happens in the world..and continues to do before the two towers were hit, the monks at Holy Mount Athos (Greece) similar things occured!

Everyone was struck seen! Weeping are not only icons in an altar, not only crosses, but also walls of the altar!
From walls blood (or myrrh of bloody color) is appearing, not only myrrh. The icon of new martyrs of Belarus, made on paper, is put in a tray because of the plentiful myrrh expiration. In a hour one glass full!
From the legs of the Lord on big altar icon blood (or myrrh of bloody color) also is streaming.
Myrrh on many icons flows from eyes of the Lord and the Holy Virgin - icons look like crying. Some icons like the icon of Mother of Gor of Kazan, are completely wet from the rich expiration of myrrh. A throne wet from myrrh, flowing from crosses.
The icon of Three Prelates, on a column in the church hangs highly. But myrrh flowing from eyes of all three holy persons is clearly observed. This icon started weeping on the day of memory of Gregorios of Nazianzenos, John Chrysostomos and Vasily the Great.
The icons are visible ......below

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