måndag, april 11, 2011

EU:s libyska marionetter säljer nervgas till terrorister

Senior Libyan rebel “officers” sold Hizballah
and Hamas thousands of chemical shells
from the stocks of mustard and nerve gas
 that fell into rebel hands when they overran
Muammar Qaddafi’s military facilities in and
around Benghazi, debkafile’s exclusive
military and intelligence sources report.
Word of the capture touched off a scramble in
Tehran and among the terrorist groups it sponsors
to get hold of their first unconventional weapons.
According to our sources, the rebels offloaded
at least 2,000 artillery shells carrying mustard
gas and 1,200 nerve gas shells for cash
payment amounting to several million dollars.
US and Israeli intelligence agencies have
tracked the WMD consignments from eastern
Libya as far as Sudan in convoys secured by
Iranian agents and Hizballah and Hamas guards.
They are not believed to have reached their
destinations in Lebanon and the Gaza Strip,
apparently waiting for an opportunity to get
their deadly freights through without the US
or Israel attacking and destroying them.
It is also not clear whether the shells and
gases were assembled upon delivery or
were travelling in separate containers.
Our sources report that some of the poison
gas may be intended not only for artillery use
but also for drones which Hizballah recently
acquired from Iran.
Tehran threw its support behind the anti-
Qaddafi rebels because of this unique
opportunity to get hold of the Libyan ruler’s
stock of poison gas after it fell into opposition
hands and arm Hizballah and Hamas with
unconventional weapons without Iran being
implicated in the transaction.
Shortly after the uprising began in the third
week of February, a secret Iranian delegation
arrived in Benghazi. Its members met rebel
chiefs, some of them deserters from the
Libyan army, and clinched the deal for
purchasing the entire stock of poison gas
stock and the price.
The rebels threw in a quantity of various
types of anti-air missiles.
Hizballah and Hamas purchasing missions
arrived in the first week of March to finalize
the deal and arrange the means of delivery.
The first authoritative American source to
refer to a Hizballah presence in Benghazi
was the commander of US NATO forces Adm.
James Stavridis. When he addressed a US
Senate committee on Tuesday, March 29, he
spoke of “telltale signs of the presence of
Islamic insurgents led by Al-Qaeda and
Hizballah” on the rebel side of the Libyan war.
He did not disclose what they were doing there.