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    • Haider Khalil
    • 26.04.13 | 02:58 (IDT)

    What we gathered in Lebanon is that a new group of about 52 members are currently stationed in Lebanon are the ones behind the launch of the drone. Their mission very specific: hitting the Israeli Dimona nuclear site and reactor if the Israelis, or the West attack Syria. The group is divided into 17 sub-teams and two leaders. They have intelligence gathering capabilities equal to those of nations. Budget is high and open. They do not work with Hezbollah on specific target although the members sympathize with the Lebanese cause they do not interfere with the Lebanese internal politics. The sub-teams within the group live in homes on the borders. Their missiles aimed at Israel and are ready to launch -- "Just removing few safety pins, literally, and electronically," asserted one leader of the elusive and well-trained and professional group. . Just imagine 17 teams with long range missiles all at once hitting the Dimona Reactor, he continued. Hezbollah on religious ground will not do it. We are left with no choice, but to act on our own." Said Haj Wael of the founding of the group.

    from the article: Where was that Lebanese drone headed? Hezbollah only knows
    First published 23:15 25.04.13 | Last updated 23:15 25.04.13
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