Don’t know what they hope to achieve or what further light they hope to shed on Debka – it’s already a known known. It has ties to the military in Israel and with Mossad – so what? I’d prefer their take on what is going on in the Middle-East, tempered by Al Jazeera to an extent. Debka has ties with, among others, WND and WND has ties with Vox Day and I have ties with him.
Yet I’m not Jewish and certainly not Zionist myself. Nor is Vox Republican:
I think that’s pretty good for a libertarian who is only slightly more conservative than Vladimir Lenin crossed with Alaric the Visigoth.
And what? Sane politics, I call it. In the case of reports on the ground, it’s pretty safe to bet on, Debka, and this is one of those:
DEBKAfile’s military sources report that, after three days of fierce fighting, Syrian rebel units Thursday seized control of the small southwestern Syrian town of El Saphira, just 3 kilometers from the Syrian army’s largest chemical weapons store. Our sources disclose that this base holds Scud D missiles armed with chemical warheads which are pointed towards Israel. This is the closest the Syrian rebels have come to a major mililtary WMD storage center.
That, of course, makes things a bit more interesting in Syria now, what with the US moving in.