Monday, May 20, 2013

  • Monday, May 20, 2013
  • Elder of Ziyon
From Lebanon's pro-Assad al-Mayadeen TV:



This al-Mayadeen TV exclusive footage shows a Jeep armored vehicle (armored version of AIL M240 Storm used by the IDF) that was used by the "Free Syrian Army" (FSA) in the Qusayr city that is currently being liberated by the Syrian Army. Writings in Hebrew can be seen on the vehicle, as shown in the footage. This is yet another example demonstrating the ties that bind the so-called "Free Syrian Army" to their American-Israeli backers.

So what is going on?

A YouTube commenter, Mossesle, explains:
This vehicle is an old vehicle, probably from ~2000 when Israel left Southern Lebanon and left some equipment. as all know ... Hizbolla took this equipment back then and probably is using it today for propaganda .... . the Hizbula are killing Syrians and want to show a picture that Israel is involved
Another tweeter says that the IDF does not use Jeeps like this at this time.

(h/t David Ha'Ivri)

UPDATE: The IDF says that the Jeep was being tested for use by the South Lebanese Army back in the 1990s, and clearly Hezbollah took it to use for propaganda purposes now.  (h/t Judge Dan)

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