Saturday, December 29, 2007

Terror Discovered in EU Relief Sugar Bags

DECEMBER 29, 2007: JERUSALEM, ISRAEL: The IDF has just released for publication that several weeks ago 6.5 tons of Potassium Nitrate, disguised in sugar bags marked as European Union humanitarian aid, were found in a truck during a routine inspection stop at one of the crossing points in Judea and Samaria.

After investigation, ISA sources can now confirm that the shipment was NOT initiated by the EU humanitarian assistance team and that it was intended for use by terrorists in the Gaza Strip to create rocket fuel for the unending barrage of Kassam attacks that have become part of our daily lives.

It is important to note that, though usefull in many civilian capacities, Potassium Nitrate is a banned substance in the Gaza Strip and the Judea and Samaria region due to its use by terrorists for the manufacturing of explosives and Qassam rocket fuel.

The IDF Spokesman pointed out in his news release that this is yet another example of how the Arab terror organizations exploit the good will of the West and the influx of humanitarian aid that is delivered to the Palestinian population in the Gaza Strip with Israel's approval.

The venerable Dr. Aaron Lerner of IMRA - Independent Media Review and Analysis - ( adds that checkpoints, such as the one that was set up to catch this dangerous shipment, are constantly being referred to in Western media as "humiliating."

To learn how east it is to used Potassium Nitrate to make rocket propelant view this page