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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Sudan blames Israel for military factory explosion "Sudan reserves the right to strike back at Israel."

"Four planes coming from the east bombed the Yarmouk industrial complex," Belal said. "They used sophisticated technology." He didn't elaborate further.

Belal referred to a 2009 attack on an arms convoy in the Red Sea province in eastern Sudan, which his government also blamed on Israel.

"We are now certain that this flagrant attack was authorized by the same state of Israel. The main purpose is to frustrate our military capabilities and stop any development there and ultimately weaken our national sovereignty," Belal said.  - latimes.com

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Sudan accuses Israel of launching airstrike on Khartoum arms factory - Xinhua | English.news.cn
Sudanese government spokesman Ahmed Bilal Osman said Wednesday that the arms factory in Khartoum bombarded Tuesday was a "traditional factory producing traditional weapons," accusing Israel of launching the air strike to "cripple the capabilities of Sudan."
"Israel is behind the attack against Al-Yarmouk Arms Factory Complex yesterday evening," said Bilal, also the Sudanese information minister, said Wednesday at a press conference here.
Sudan accuses Israel of air raid, threatens to hit back, Sudan, news, StarAfrica.com
Israeli missiles struck a military factory and killed two people in the Sudanese capital on Wednesday, the government said, 18 months after alleging a similar raid by the Jewish state.
"We think Israel did the bombing," Culture and Information Minister Ahmed Bilal Osman told a news conference. "We reserve the right to react at a place and time we choose."
Sudan accuses Israel of role in arms factory blast - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
Four military planes attacked an arms factory in Khartoum where there was a huge fire overnight, a Sudanese minister said on Wednesday, blaming Israel for the air strike.
Sudan, which analysts say is used as an arms smuggling route to the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip via neighboring Egypt, has blamed Israel for such strikes in the past but Israel has always either refused to comment or said it neither admitted nor denied involvement.


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Sudan Information Minister Ahmed Bilal Osman accuses Israel of factory 'bombing'  http://bit.ly/TGTffN - http://bit.ly/VpD9c2 

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