UNCONFIRMED reports claim that Israel has bombed a Libyan facility holding an Iranian weapons stockpile awaiting delivery to Hamas in Gaza

Barack Hussein Obama’s happy dance over his shady deal with Iran has dangerous implications for other countries, above and beyond the nuclear threat. 

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Liberty News (h/t Alicia)  Once sanctions are lifted, Iran will be in a significantly better position financially, enabling them finance den more terrorism across the Middle East. Specifically, its efforts in Iraq, Syria, Yemen, and the Gaza Strip. Even without the additional financial boom Obama will give Iran through the lifting of sanctions, Iran is already financing a new Hamas front against Israel.

On Tuesday, DEBKAfile’s military sources reveal that unidentified aircraft bombed Burak, a small military base in the Fezzan province of southwestern Libya, which serves Iran as a transit store for arms purchased in Sudan for the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas. 

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The weapons, which recently reached the Libyan base through Chad, were destroyed. They were scheduled to be smuggled through Egypt and Sinai and onto Gaza. Western military sources attributed responsibility for the bombardment to the Egyptian or Israeli air forces. Both Israel and Egypt have declined to comment on the report.

Al Watan added that Egypt allowed the Israeli jet to pass through its airspace en route to southern Libya.

To strengthen Iran’s grip on the key Red Sea gateway, Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has ordered two naval task forces to sail to the Red Sea. They are to fend off a Saudi-Egyptian offensive to dislodge the Houthi battalions now holding a point linking the Red Sea and the Indian Ocean and Persian Gulf.

The naval task forces are being sent to draw a sea shield around the Houthi forces to defend them against Saudi-Egyptian assaults. This maneuver was orchestrated by the Al Qods Brigades chief Gen. Qassem Soleimani. Our sources report that the 33rd task force set out on its mission Tuesday night from the Gulf port of Bandar Abbas.

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