IRAN-ISRAEL : A RUMOR OF STRIKE THAT IS BASED ON PRECISE DISTANCE
© IRAN-RESIST.ORG – March 27 2009 | According to an information delivered by CBS and took up by the Israeli medias, during the war in Gaza, on the past January, the air forces of Tsahal would have stroke a column of trucks that were transporting weapons sent by the Iranian Islamic Republic to the Hamas.
According to the diverse sources that mentioned this strike, the information would have remained secrete because of the secret aspect of the Iranian-Sudanese operation, which doesn’t have any sense. On the other hand, every source mentions “an attack in the North of Port Sudan” against a column of “37 big trucks” !
But 37 trucks that are placed end to end and with no security distance, it’s already a column of a half kilometer at the lowest estimate and with the military security distance we easily reach the double. This is hard to imagine for a single moment that a one kilometer column would have crossed Egypt with complete impunity and discretion to go to Gaza even though the Egyptian territory is well watched over both by the Egyptian forces and by the surveillance satellites of various countries…
If it’s true that Tehran is not in its first massive sending of weapons to the Palestinian Islamist forces -there we remember the Karin A in 2002- such affair offers interest only by its muted allusion to the range of the Israeli army’s striking force.
The message is getting clear when we know that the distance between Eilat and Port-Sudan is similar to the distance between Jerusalem and the city of Arak, a city that is equipped with a heavy water reactor which is supposed to provide plutonium for military use to the mullahs.
This psychological war which is based on strike threats is coming back in an efficient form and moreover it exempts the United States from being forced to give an opinion about the military option officially given up by Bush.