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Sudan vows no retreat from supporting Hamas in aftermath of Israeli “aggression”

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posted on Oct, 27 2012 @ 09:50 AM
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According to sudantribune.com , The speaker of the Sudanese parliament, Ahmad Ibrahim Al-Tahir, declared on Thursday that the Israeli attack on Al-Yarmook arms factory will not deter his country from continuing its support to the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas . Meanwhile , Sudan President Omer Al-Bashir, in a speech before the emergency meeting of the cabinet on Wednesday, accused Israel of targeting Sudan because of its position against the Israeli occupation of Palestine.


During an emergency meeting of the parliament’s affairs committee in the capital Khartoum, Al-Tahir stressed that the “Israeli aggression” will not prevent Sudan from fulfilling its duties towards the causes of the Arab and African people.
“If Israel is targeting Sudan because of its stand on the side of the Palestinian resistance, then Sudan will continue down that road as dictated by the religion, history and fate it shares with the Palestinian people” he added.
Israel neither denied nor confirmed responsibility for the airstrike that Sudan says it caused the destruction of AL-Yarmook military factory in the capital Khartoum at the midnight of Tuesday, 23 October. But it is known that the Jewish state sees the Muslim east African country as an ally of its arch enemy Iran as well as a conduit for arms smuggling activities toward the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip.
Al-Tahir warned that by this attack Israel has rendered itself in “a state of war” with Sudan and that the latter will respond in kind. The parliament later issued a statement condemning Israel for “using high-tech to execute a criminal deed that violated all laws”
For its part, Hamas issued a statement on Thursday condemning the alleged Israeli attack saying it proves that Tel Aviv “continues to violate international laws and international norms, and to exercise state terrorism not only against Palestinian people.” The statement reiterated Hamas’s support to the people and government of Sudan, and praised their backing of Palestinian people and their rights.


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posted on Oct, 27 2012 @ 09:53 AM
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Click HERE To read the article titled : Israel accused of air strike on Sudan munitions factory [Date : Thursday 25 October 2012 ]


Sudan has complained to the UN security council that Israeli planes bombed a munitions plant in Khartoum, an attack that has been widely interpreted as a warning to Iran over its nuclear programme.
Israeli military commentators said that the Yarmouk facility in the Sudanese capital was owned by Iran and had been used to supply weapons to Hamas fighters in the Gaza Strip. The "impressive" reach of the secret operation was said to have demonstrated an ability to hit Iran's nuclear facilities — a similar distance from Israel.
As reverberations continued from Tuesday's 1,000-mile attack, Israel would neither confirm nor deny it was involved. Ehud Barak, the defence minister, said : "There is nothing I can say about this subject." But one of his most senior officials praised the country's air force and called Sudan a "terrorist state".



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posted on Oct, 27 2012 @ 09:56 AM
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Israel should not have attacked the amunition factory in Sudan . Israel has breached the international law . Their irresponsible action has brought Sudan more closer to Hamas and has made the world more Unsafe to live .
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posted on Oct, 29 2012 @ 07:55 AM
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Originally posted by UltraMarine
Israel should not have attacked the amunition factory in Sudan . Israel has breached the international law . Their irresponsible action has brought Sudan more closer to Hamas and has made the world more Unsafe to live .
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The US under Clinton was the first to breach international law by bombing a Sudan milk or pharmacy factory on suspicions that it was manufacturing chemical weapons. It was later proved that this was not the case. The US has just pushed the envelope more since then, by succeeding presidents -- both Republican and Democrat.

Both the US and Israel should be brought up for breaking international law for a host of reasons. However, governments across the globe no longer subscribe to the rule of law, so don't count on anything being done unless either of these rogue countries goes way too far. I think attacking Iran unprovoked would be such a tipping point.



posted on Oct, 29 2012 @ 09:13 AM
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Originally posted by UltraMarine
According to sudantribune.com , The speaker of the Sudanese parliament, Ahmad Ibrahim Al-Tahir, declared on Thursday that the Israeli attack on Al-Yarmook arms factory will not deter his country from continuing its support to the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas .


Yeah Good for them.

Yeah you heard me, or rather read me

What do you want???

Hah what do you want??????

You want Palestinians to JUST DIE ALREADY, JUST DIE BECAUSE ISRAEL TELLS THEM
TO DIE.

Why don't they just die, their life sucks anyway, and Israel needs to expand, so
those darn Palestinians should not overstay their welcome.

And any country that dares to help Palestinians should also DIE

HECK WHY DON'T I DIE

I support Palestinians, maybe I should just DIE and be done with it.

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