posted on Apr, 26 2013 @ 11:12 AM
Is there a national security service of a major nation, anywhere in the world, who does not run operations outside it's own borders? That's kinda
the point of having a security service, isn't it?
This is an interesting development though, seeing that the Sinai comes as much under United Nations observer status for jurisdiction as anything else.
As far as the Sinai in particular? I'm thinking Israel ought to leave it to those already there by international agreements ...or they could if the
MFO actually did anything beyond sit in garrison and talk a great game of stopping the fighting they watch happen from time to time. Still... Why
aren't they saying anything? It is a motley crew made from all over in the MFO.
Source: MFO Contingents
Thirteen nations (Australia, Canada, Colombia, the Czech Republic, the Republic of the Fiji Islands, France, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, New
Zealand, Norway, the United States and Uruguay) contribute contingents to make up the MFO's Force. It is the largest element of the MFO and is a
joint organization with army, air and naval components. As of January 2013, the MFO's Force numbered 1660
(And yeah... I see it too for those who catch it quick. They really CAN be called the MFO's and be an accurate term by their own acronym. Truth is
dumber than fiction at times, isn't it?)