Israeli letter bombs
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Author:  Ry [ Thu Mar 05, 2009 11:32 am ]
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Israeli letter bombs

Explain to me how bombs through the mail are not acts of terrorism??

With Israel's history of sending bombs through the mail, and (I'm pretty certain) the fact that you never learned about any of this in school or from the media, and even even those not drinking the zionist kool -aid are unaware of many of these acts, is it any great leap or shock to see that Israel would send anthrax in 2001 and try to blame it on their enemies? After all Al Qaeda didn't send the anthrax despite the London Times reporting that Israeli securities forces Witnessed anthrax going from Iraqis to Mohamed Atta in Prague in a meeting that never even took place. And the Letters saying Death to America Death to Israel, and the FACT that these letters had anthrax stolen from US labs and that they were sent from the same locations as Al Qaeda's cells. Yet if it was not Al Qaeda as even the official story admits, then who else was in those locations and knew to try to blame Al Qaeda? Israel was. They had spy rings in New Jersey and Florida not only in the same towns but literally living next door to accused hijackers. See War by Deception the film second part for details

Here are some examples of Israels Unibomber style letter bombings.

June 1947 Letters sent to British Cabinet Ministers were found to contain bombs

September 3, 1947 A postal bomb addressed to the British War Office exploded in the post office sorting room in London, injuring 2 persons. It was attributed to Irgun or Stern Gangs. (The Sunday Times, Sept. 24, 1972, p.8 )

May 3, 1948 A book bomb addressed to a British Army officer, who had been stationed in Palestine exploded, killing his brother, Rex Farran.

May11, 1948 A letter bomb addressed to Sir Evelyn Barker, former Commanding Officer in Palestine, was detected in the nick of time by his wife.

During 1956 Israelis sent letter-bombs to Egyptian officials. Many were intercepted. One such bomb killed Col. Mustafa Hafez, an Egyptian officer, in Ghazzah in July 1956. A day later the Egyptian Military Attaché in Amman, Salah Mustafa, was killed.

As a former terrorist chieftain who ordered the successful assassinations of Lord Moyne, the British governor general in Cairo, in 1943; and Count Folke Bernadotte, the UN mediator in Jerusalem, in 1948, Shamir is not without ideas. As a former Mossad chief of operations who initiated a campaign of letter bombs against German rocket scientists in Egypt in the 1950s, Shamir is not without resources.
-9th paragraph up from the bottom of the page

In 1960 Messerschmitt-Bölkow-Blohm (MBB) is stopped by technical difficulty and Israeli letter bombs. Israeli superspy Rafi Eitan plays a role in eliminating German scientists making surface-to-surface missiles for Egypt.

In November 1962 Israeli agents sent letter-bombs to German scientists working on military projects in Egypt. Two such bombs killed six Egyptian scientists and led the Germans to leave Egypt.

July 18, 1972 Emile Khayyat, a Rif Bank employee in Beirut was seriously injured when a letter bomb sent by Zionist terrorist arm, the Mossad, exploded in his face.

July 19, 1972 Noted Palestinian writer, Dr Anis Sayegh, then director of the PLO Research Centre in Beirut, lost his eyes and injured hands as he opened a letter-bomb on 19 July 1972.

October 25, 1972 Ahmad Wafi, a Palestinian intellectual, was seriously injured in Algiers by an Israeli letter bomb.

October 25, 1972 Mustafa Awad Zaid was blinded and paralyzed in Tripoli and two Libyan passersby were injured as he opened a letter bomb.

October 26, 1972 Two employees of the Import-Export Bank in Beirut were seriously wounded when a letter bomb exploded.

October 26, 1972 An Egyptian police officer who checked three suspicious- looking letters was injured when they exploded.

November 29, 1972 Omar Sufan, representative of Red Crescent in Stockholm lost his fingers when a letter bomb exploded.

November 29, 1972 Adnan Hammad, a Palestinian student leader, was seriously injured in Germany with a letter bomb.

November 29, 1972 Three employees in Tunis Post Office were seriously injured while sorting mail, as a letter bomb exploded.

November 30, 1972 Ahmed Awadallah, a Palestinian student leader in Copenhagen lost his arm when a Mosad-despatched letter bomb exploded.

1985 The Mannings bombing. They tried to flee to Israel to be settlers in Hebron

Dec 1987 Two people are injured by an Israeli letter bomb in Or Yehuda; 10 other letter bombs found and disarmed.

With all the attacks Israel does through the mail is it any wonder that they sent anthrax after 911 and tried to blame Al Qaeda sending the FIBI on a 7 year wide goose chase that finally ended on a patsie who kills himself after it was clear that all roads led to Israel.

Author:  general hoke [ Thu Mar 05, 2009 8:18 pm ]
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holy shit that is a lot of letter bombs. We really need to wake people up.

Author:  Verbos [ Thu Mar 05, 2009 9:04 pm ]
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Good one.

Author:  Ry [ Thu Mar 05, 2009 11:25 pm ]
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send this one out to sites. It took a while to compile.

Author:  Ry [ Sat Mar 07, 2009 10:58 am ]
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I will have to add this to my time line

Author:  Herstory [ Sun Jun 13, 2010 3:08 pm ]
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Interesting how many times Israel already attacked by mail before the anthrax attacks.

Author:  Muckraker33 [ Mon Jun 14, 2010 9:49 am ]
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Due to the peculiar timing of these events (I'm seeing an awful lot of 1948 and late 1972 coming up,) this definitely adds to the cases of:

1) Israel being a terrible idea and a terrorist state since its creation in 1948. Apparently, it even looks like they were bullying their way into creating the state in the first place--whether by killing all those who opposed or by just using plain, strongarm terrorism.

2) The 1973 OPEC oil embargo was definitely the least the USA deserved because it still supported Israel during and after the 1967 Six day clusterfuck and bombing of the USS Liberty, etc.

Author:  Ry [ Mon Jun 14, 2010 10:43 am ]
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The 1973 OPEC oil embargo was the direct and stated consequence of the 1973 Yon Kippur war where the US sided with Israel giving them 2 billion dollars. It was Because of that that the Sauds cut the oil off from the US. And as a result of that the US sought to create a codependency with Saudi Arabia via its economic hitmen and paying off the roals so that OPEC could not do that again for without Saudi Arabia it wouldn't work.

You can see Israel's letter bombs in 1972 BEFORE the war started, and its a war they claim the Egyptians started. But in reality Israel had already been attacking with terrorism and violating airspace of Lebanon and Jordan who Egypt had defense pacts with. Thus Israel started ALL the wars.

Author:  Ry [ Sat Aug 14, 2010 9:41 pm ]
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