Today, Sudan’s Minister of Information Ahmed Bilal Osman told a news conference that four Israeli jets have attacked the Yarmouk plant, a light arms manufacturing factory in Sudanese capital city of Khartoum.

Khartoum governor Abdul-Rahman Khedr said the explosions at the factory have not inflicted any casualties and the fire was under control.

Like its attacks on Sudanese targets in the past, the Zionist regime has refused to deny or accept its violation of international laws of war.

The Zionist regime has long blamed Sudan for being a route for smuggling arms to the besieged Gaza strip through Egypt’s Sinai desert.

In May, Sudanese Foreign Minister Ali Ahmed Karti blamed Israel for a deadly attack that destroyed a car and killed a businessman, Nasir Awad Ahmad Saed, in Port Sudan.

In 2009, a 17-truck convoy carrying weapons in northeastern Sudan was attacked from the air, killing dozens. Citing two US officials, The New York reported that the attack on the convoy was an Israeli operation to prevent what they call “arms smuggling” into the Gaza Strip.

Sudan, with its strategic location to Nile River – has been on World Zionist Organization’s (WZO) radar even before the Zionist cancer was planted in British-occupied Palestine in 1948.

Two decades ago, when a military coup by a group of National Salvation Revolutionaries, lead by Brigadier General Omar Hassan Al- Basher (a pro-Islamic Front Party, NIF in his youth) took over the power in Khatoum by ending pro-West regime of Mohammed Jaafar al-Nimeiri – Israeli leaders had felt a great loss the same way as they show their great loss over the exit of Egptian dictator Hosni Mubarak last year.

The leaders of the World Zionist movement were aware of the necessity of an abundunt supply of potable water in order to fulfil their dream of ‘Greater Israel’ in the Middle East. According to Muriel Mirak-Weissbach of the Schiller Institute, most of Israeli invasion of its Arab neighbors (Lebanon, Egypt and Syria) had been to occupy and exploit their water sources.

Read the importance of a pro-Israel regime in Khartoum, here.

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