Monday, 21 October 2002

Jetliner Crash Reveals Israel's Weapons Plan

Israel’s huge arsenal of weapons of mass destruction—not Iraq’s—poses the most serious threat to peace in the Middle East and endangers global health.

While the controlled U.S. press re mains fixated on Iraq’s alleged weapons of mass destruction, it ignores the grave danger of the more sophisticated and lethal arsenal of weapons of mass destruction being developed and stored in Israel—with the support of the U.S.

Ten years ago, on Oct. 4, 1992, an Israeli cargo jet carrying three of the four components of the nerve gas Sarin, as well as other hazardous materials, crashed into an apartment building in Holland.

The known facts of the crash of El Al Flight 1862, the worst air disaster in Dutch history, reveal that Holland’s government engaged in a “huge cover-up” and lied to its citizens to help conceal Israel’s unlawful chemical weapons arsenal and the international network that supports it.

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1 comment:

starviego said...

A lot of attention has been paid to what the aircraft may have been carrying. But the actual crash scenario is itself rather suspicious. Officially, the #3 engine snapped off as the aircraft was climbing after takeoff, and then flew horizontally along the wing, ripping off the slats on the forward edge of the wing and then impacting and ripping off the #4 engine, eventually leading to a loss of control.

But as anybody who has parachuted knows, objects fall straight down, in relation to the airplane. I suspect sabotage of the aircraft as the real cause.