Israel Conducts Air Strike On Sudan Missile Base In ‘Dry Run’ For Iran Attack | ZeroHedge

This past Wednesday, nobody reported that a squadron of 8 Israeli F-15 jets dropped 4 two-ton bombs on the giant Yarmouk missile factory on the outskirts of Sudan’s capital Khartoum. Which is just as Israel wanted it. Because what otherwise would be a provocative incursion tantamount to war (if only Sudan wasn’t a complete basket case of a country), was really nothing short of a dry-run for an Israeli attack on Iran. At least according to the Sunday Times… via ZeroHedge.

2 thoughts on “Israel Conducts Air Strike On Sudan Missile Base In ‘Dry Run’ For Iran Attack | ZeroHedge

  1. mike and brandy 10/29/2012 / 11:21 AM

    couldn’t happen to a better country. have you read what the ‘islamic’ country of sudan has done to their own people? to christians, and how they have exported those missiles and weapons and jihadi fighters to other parts of the world to fight for shariah law and islamic jihad?
    you’d think they could use their factories and industrial capacity to feed their own people and restore their own economy that’s been crushed by decades of civil war… i.e muslims trying to wipe out all non muslims.
    nope, they don’t need a missile factory. their country and the world is better off without it.


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