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Israel bombs Sudan (Again)
Various media sources say that last Wednesday (24 Oct 2012) two Israeli F-15-I planes (four carrying two one-ton bombs, escorted by four other F-15s) flew south from Ziostan, were refueled over the Red Sea after flying ninety minutes, and continued 1,200 miles south to strike the Yarmouk factory on the southwestern outskirts of Khartoum, the capital of Sudan.
The Jews dropped eight tons of bombs just after midnight, and fired several missiles, murdering two people on the ground and badly wounding a third.
The target was a munitions factory the Jews claim is a conduit for Iranian arms to resistance groups in the area, and to Hamas in Palestine. The blast at the complex sent exploding ammunition flying through the air, causing panic among the city’s residents.
Because southern Sudan has oil, the USA imposed economic, trade and financial sanctions against Sudan, also backed separatist terrorists in Darfur, and arranged for the separation of oil-rich southern Sudan from northern Sudan in 2011. The International Court of Criminals then indicted Sudan’s president, Omar al-Bashir, on charges of genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity.
Sudan built the Yarmouk factory in 1996 to produce its own ammunition and weapons in defiance of Western sanctions.
On 20 Aug 1998, American cruise missiles bombed the El Shifa pharmaceutical factory in Khartoum in response to Mossad’s false flag bombing of the U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, in which the Jews murdered 224 people.
In January 2009 the Jews attacked a convoy that they claimed were carrying weapons in northeastern Sudan, murdering dozens. On 5 May 2011 they attacked a car in Port Sudan on the Red Sea. On 22 May 2012 they attacked another car in the same place.
The GCC oil sheiks (allied with Israel) have said nothing about the Jews’ latest attack.
Last Thursday (the day after the bombing of Sudan) Israeli Interior Minister Eli Yishai ordered all Sudanese migrants in Palestine be rounded up and imprisoned, but the Israeli State Prosecution refused to comply. Last Sunday Mr. Yishai asked Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Justice Minister Yaakov Neeman to imprison all Sudanese migrants.
The Jews have formally designated Sudan an “enemy state” for its resistance to Zionist aggression. Sudanese law prohibits its citizens from entering Israel. Sudanese passports include a statement that the holder may enter any country except Israel. Indeed, senior officials in the Sudanese government have clarified that they would take severe legal action against all Sudanese citizens living in Israel, if they tried to return to Sudan.
Yesterday (29 Oct 2012) two Iranian navy vessels (the ‘Shahid Naqdi’ corvette and a freighter) docked at Port Sudan on the Red Sea, perhaps daring the Jews to attack them. The Iranian commanders are scheduled to meet with Sudanese Navy commanders. Iran's Navy has been increasing its naval presence in the international waters since last year, deploying vessels to the Indian Ocean and dispatching, in February 2011, two ships via the Suez Canal to the Mediterranean Sea for the first time. Moreover, the Iranian Navy has been conducting anti-piracy patrols in the Gulf of Aden since November 2008 to safeguard the vessels involved in maritime trade, especially ships and oil tankers owned or leased by Iran.