Thursday, April 16, 2009

Stirring Things Up.

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Mossad and friends are reportedly stirring things up:

Al-Ahram, on 14 April 2009, reported that Hezbollah operatives arrested in Egypt had planned to simultaneously strike three tourist hubs in Sinai frequented by Israelis - Taba, Nuweiba, and Dahab. On 15 April 2009, Iran's foreign minister accused Israel of sparking the row between Egypt and Hezbollah as a way of intervening in inter-Lebanese politics. - Iran: Israel to blame for Egypt-Hezbollah row - Haaretz - Israel News / Mossad, CIA hatch Egypt's anti-Hezbollah plot

Sudanese Ambassador to Tehran, Sliman Abd Al-Tawab Al-Zain, has said that Mossad and Western espionage services are creating unrest in Darfur. He said that Israel, France, Britain, and the U.S. were arming the rebels in the region. - Sudanese Ambassador In Tehran: Mossad Fomenting Unrest In Darfur




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