Saturday, March 2, 2013

Red Tag Auctions of the latest state of the art weaponry

 Going, going, gone .... to the highest bidders thirsting for infidel blood.

Don't you find it hilarious that the Judeo-Christians countries spent billions of dollars in arming the rebels in Libya with the most sophisticated weapons and by doing so  started an underground black market in stolen arsenal?   Now, how about adding the arms supplied to Syrian rebels (of course, they have been getting all sort of weaponry from the West.  If you think that's not the case, you are still singing nursery rhymes so your opinion doesn't count)  to that mountain of weapons smuggled from Libya?   Nice, eh?!

Paul Alster writing at FoxNews:
The weapons that helped Libyan rebels oust dictator Muammar Qaddafi are turning up for sale at clandestine auctions in Egypt’s lawless Sinai Desert, where shadowy buyers purchase firearms for Al Qaeda and Hamas operatives, sources told

The illicit sales take place in the barren Sinai peninsula, where Moses is believed to have wandered with the children of Israel for 40 years. Auctions announced through the grapevine bring caravans of foreigners, all with huge sums of money at their disposal and all with the same mission, Israel Defense Force sources told

The vast and rugged desert area inhabited by an estimated 250,000 Bedouins has borders with Egypt, Gaza and Israel, as well as a long coastline on the Red Sea. While the location makes it easy for buyers to come from various regions, it also combines with the impromptu nature of the auctions to make them almost impossible to stop.
“There are more and more contacts between Al Qaeda and the small groups in Sinai,” a senior source in the Israel Defense Force told the Washington-based Investigative Project on Terrorism.........

......The New York Times reported in December 2012 that the Obama administration secretly gave its blessing to arms shipments to Libyan rebels from Qatar, only to express alarm when evidence mounted that Qatar was turning some of the weapons over to Islamic militants.
Qatar, strong supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas, may well have been playing both sides of the game, as the U.S official strongly hinted to The New York Times. The weapons being auctioned in the Sinai desert almost certainly include many sent by Qatar to Libya, a disturbing consequence that had been flagged early by some American officials....

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