Truly, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard has nothing to do with the launch. There is a team in Lebanon that has been contracted with the single mission: targeting the Dimona Nuclear Reactor as soon as Syria is attacked by the U.S. -- If you don't believe the possibility wait for the result. Consider this. In the second Lebanon war Hezbollah surprised his friends and his enemies the Israelis with his ability to fight and launch missiles, and above all, to deprive the well- trained Israeli soldiers from a foothold on Lebanese soils. Last week, the group declared their intention and some photos of the missiles in their possession. This group is not associated with Hezbollah, and it is not an Iranian Revolutionary Guards apparatus. It is an independent group of well-trained, and versed Lebanese that were trained in Iran and were supplied of the missiles by Syria and Iran. Although Iran is not responsible for them. Their leader Abo Ghassan, a 50 something rich Lebanese, he made his fortune from the Diamond trade in Africa, and currently, commands a team of about 55 members.. It is hard to believe the Lebanese will hit the Dimona Reactor if the U.S. interferes in Syria. I believe they will.
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