Israel Supplied Arms to Argentina During the Falklands War

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I bet that makes the Brits happy what with Britain considering Israel an ‘ally’.

Israel secretly supplied arms and equipment to Argentina during the Falklands War due to Prime Minister Menachem Begin’s personal hatred of the British, a new book discloses.

If hatred of Jews is antisemitism, Jewish hatred of Brits must be antibriticism. I wonder how many antibritites there are in Israel.

Air to air missiles, missile radar alert systems, fuel tanks for fighter bombers and gas masks were dispatched from Israel apparently destined for Peru but were then transported on to Argentina, it claims. As the British Task Force sent to reclaim the islands after the 1982 Argentine invasion of the Falklands began to get the upper hand, Argentina’s ruling military junta was left with few choices from which to source replacements for equipment lost in war. But according to ‘Operation Israel: the rearming of Argentina during the dictatorship (1976/1983)’ the junta found that Begin was willing to strike an agreement.

It’s high time for Jews the world over to denounce antibriticism. That sort of ethnic hatred is intolerable in today’s world. It has no place here among the decent.

Israel is an ally of America too.  I wonder when they’ll start supplying our enemies with weapons.  If they haven’t already…  [And John Hagee and the other heretic Christian Zionists probably would applaud it].

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5 thoughts on “Israel Supplied Arms to Argentina During the Falklands War

    Joel said:
    April 20, 2011 at 18:26

    Disgusting

    wken said:
    April 20, 2011 at 20:04

    What do you mean, when will it happen?

    Israel attacked a US ship in 1967. The USS Liberty, on which almost 50 US sailors were killed by the Israeli navy.

      Jim responded:
      April 20, 2011 at 20:22

      ah i had forgotten that little bit of joyful hatred

    Vm said:
    April 21, 2011 at 08:17

    Israel was very close to a lot of the Latin American juntas and like-minded regimes such as the Apartheid government in South Africa. There was all sorts of underhanded arms trade going on. There was an equal and opposite amount of “my enemy’s enemy” thinking going on at the time, witnessed by the closeness of the ANC to Gadafi, etc.

    Geoff Vincent said:
    April 22, 2011 at 03:03

    Now I have one more reason for regarding the appointment of Tony Blair as a Middle East Peace Negotiator as a total farce! A British, Catholic, Western interventionist – there’s something for everyone in the region to hate!

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