Iranians killed in Chem Blast in Syria

Well, well, well…..what do we have here? Could it be collaboration between two Islamic terrorist states in the pursuit of WMD?

LONDON — A Syrian military installation rocked by an explosion in July was being used to develop chemical weapons, and Iranian engineers were among those killed, a respected defense publication reported Wednesday.
Jane’s Defence Weekly said the blast hit the site of a joint Iranian/Syrian project to fit short-range ballistic missiles with chemical warheads.
The July 26 explosion struck a military complex outside the city of Aleppo, killing at least 15 soldiers and wounding 50 others, according to Syria’s state news agency, SANA. The agency said the blast was caused when high summer temperatures set off high-explosive materials at a weapons depot.
But Jane’s cited Syrian defense sources as saying the explosion took place during a test to fit a “Scud C” missile with a mustard-gas warhead. It quoted the sources as saying the explosion occurred when fuel caught fire in the missile production laboratory.
…..The magazine said that, in addition to the 15 Syrian troops, “dozens” of Iranian weapons engineers were killed.
The magazine quoted Syrian opposition sources as backing up the claim that Iranians were at the site. They said vehicles destined for car-bomb attacks in Iraq were prepared at the same military camp under the supervision of the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and the Syrian intelligence services.

Link: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,297361,00.html

Say it ain’t so…
Keep in mind that Nancy Pelosi and Dennis Kucinich have visited Syria to extend their well-wishes, and the head Iranian thug Amahdinijad, is being permitted into this country for what is sure to be a pro-terrorist, anti West rant.
With government officials like this, who the hell needs al Qaeda?

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