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Las armas de destrucción masiva de Iraq

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 28/enero/2006

Así lo señala el New York Sun (via Michelle Malkin):

The man who served as the no. 2 official in Saddam Hussein’s air force says Iraq moved weapons of mass destruction into Syria before the war by loading the weapons into civilian aircraft in which the passenger seats were removed.
The Iraqi general, Georges Sada, makes the charges in a new book, “Saddam’s Secrets,” released this week. He detailed the transfers in an interview yesterday with The New York Sun.
“There are weapons of mass destruction gone out from Iraq to Syria, and they must be found and returned to safe hands,” Mr. Sada said. “I am confident they were taken over.”
Mr. Sada’s comments come just more than a month after Israel’s top general during Operation Iraqi Freedom, Moshe Yaalon, told the Sun that Saddam “transferred the chemical agents from Iraq to Syria.”
Bien, muy bien, o sea, el hombre que sirvió como nº 2 de Saddam Hussein ha declarado que “las armas de destrucción masiva se introdujeron en un avión civil en los que los asiento sde los pasajeros habían sido retirados. “Hay ADM que fueron retiradas de Irak y mandadas a Siria y que deben ser encontradas y devueltas a manos seguras. Estoy seguro de que se las llevaron”. Y lo cierto es que, como bien nos señala Mark in Mexico, hasta conoce a quién lo hizo (vía Atlas Shrugs):
Pilots of the two airliners that transported the weapons of mass destruction to Syria from Iraq approached him in the middle of 2004, after Saddam was captured by American troops.
“I know them very well. They are very good friends of mine. We trust each other. We are friends as pilots,” Mr. Sada said of the two pilots. He declined to disclose their names, saying they are concerned for their safety. But he said they are now employed by other airlines outside Iraq.

Para que tengamos en cuenta quién es Sada:

Georges Sada was born into an Assyrian Christian family in northern Iraq and became a born-again believer in 1986. Georges had great favor with the former Iraqi dictator, as he is one of the few Iraqi men to ever publicly confront Saddam Hussein and live to tell about it. Georges believes a key reason why he served as one of Saddam’s most trusted advisors was to persuade him against attacking the nation of Israel with chemical weapons, something Saddam attempted to do on two separate occasions.
Now retired, Georges is director of the Iraqi Institute for Peace and also serves as spokesman for the newly elected prime minister of Iraq. He is also the president of the National Presbyterian Church in Baghdad and chairman of the Assembly of Iraqi Evangelical Presbyterian Churches.
In recent years, Georges held the position of principal advisor to the former Iraqi Prime Minister, Iyad Allawi (incluso trabajó para él cuando era Ministro de Defensa). Additionally, he acted as the lead consultant for the reconstruction of all three branches of the Iraqi defense system. In June of 2003, Georges received the prestigious International Prize for Peace and Reconciliation presented by the Bishop of Coventry, England.

Mmm, creo que con este curriculum, por lo menos, puede hacernos dudar de eso de “No había ADM en Irak”.Claro, que ya lo había avisado el general israelí Moshe Yaalon, el más importante isrealí de la operación Iraqi Freedom (vía Atlas Shrugs):

Saddam Hussein moved his chemical weapons to Syria six weeks before the war started, Israel’s top general during Operation Iraqi Freedom says. The Israeli officer, Lieutenant General Moshe Yaalon, asserted that Saddam spirited his chemical weapons out of the country on the eve of the war. “He transferred the chemical agents from Iraq to Syria,” General Yaalon told The New York Sun over dinner in New York on Tuesday night. “No one went to Syria to find it.”

Es curioso que Assad se reuniera con Ahmadneijad y pidieran que Israel se desarmase.

Pero hay más todavía. Según un informe de la CIA (vía Right Wing Nut House):

Mr. Duelfer -CIA’s chief weapons inspector- did not close the books. “ISG was unable to complete its investigation and is unable to rule out the possibility that WMD was evacuated to Syria before the war,” Mr. Duelfer said in a report posted on the CIA’s Web site Monday night.

También lo dijo Ariel Sharon:

These concerns first became public when, on December 23, 2002, Ariel Sharon stated on Israeli television, “Chemical and biological weapons which Saddam is endeavoring to conceal have been moved from Iraq to Syria.”[24] About three weeks later, Israel’s foreign minister repeated the accusation.[25] The U.S., British, and Australian governments issued similar statements.

Y aún más (vía Sister Toldjac):

Don’t forget that former UNSCOM inspector Bill Tierney speculated in an interview with Frontpage Magazine last November that they had been moved to Syria as well.

Mmm, esto es lo que les faltaba por oír a algunos pacíficos, después del escándalo de Code Pink.

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2 comentarios para “Las armas de destrucción masiva de Iraq”

  1. […] Exacto: ahí está la clave: Alguien que espera el retorno del Mahdi -no olvidemos que traerá definitivamente la justicia islámica definitiva- le importa poco la muerte de 3.000 o 150.000 infieles. Al fin y al cabo, ni siquiera son inocentes y encima son idiotas, porque aunque nacieron siendo musulmanes resulta que no se han enterado. Además, las armas de destrucción masiva iraquíes siguen en Siria, según Sada, según ya vimos hace unos días. Y claro, Al-Assad no tiene ningún inconveniente en prestárselas… […]

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