Tuesday, December 20, 2005
Under the Bush Doctrine, doesn't this . . .
constitute a casus belli?
Jane's Defence Weekly, a well-respected publication on such subjects, reports
The sensitive chapter in the accord includes Syria's commitment to allow Iran to safely store weapons, sensitive equipment or even hazardous materials on Syrian soil should Iran need such help in a time of crisis," Jane's said.So Syria has just signed a pledge to help Iran avoid UN sanctions and has sworn to continue funding, arming, and supplying Hizbullah, a known terrorist group.
The accord also obligated Syria to continue to supply the Iranian-sponsored Hizbullah with weapons, ammunition and communications. Iran has been the leading weapons supplier to Hizbullah, with about 15,000 missiles and rockets along the Israeli-Lebanese border.
Roll the tanks. Faster, please.