Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir 68 had a minor surgery on Tuesday in Saudi Arabia. He was released from the hospital on Wednesday and is staying at the Sudanese embassy in Riyadh.

In a 15-minute speech recorded at the embassy and aired by the Blue Nile TV on November 8, Al-Bashir called the Zionist regime Sudan’s number one enemy. He claimed that Israeli bombing of Khartoum’s arms factory on October 24, was – to weaken Sudan’s military fighting against pro-Israel break-away South Sudan – and Khartoum’s support for Palestinian Islamic resistance Hamas which controls Gaza Strip.

“Israel is our enemy, our number one enemy, and we will continue calling Israel our enemy,” he said.

Omar al-Bashir also added that US-Israel is terrorizing Sudan to recognize the Zionist entity – which he said would never happen. In order to stop Israel from its acts of war against Sudan – Khartoum must secure technology that will allow Sudan to do an identical attack against Israel. “I cannot say it’s impossible. We are trying to have this technology,” said al-Bashir.

The Zionist regime has refused to deny that four of its jets bombed the Ash Shajara plant killing two people. However, it did blame Iran for manufacturing rockets and drones in the small factory.

Several Middle Eastern military analyst believe that the attack was part of US-Israel strategy to show their military muscles against the regional regimes who refuse to take dictation from the Zionist mafia. This is the very reason for which Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, Hizballah and Iranian president Ahmadinejad is being demonized by the Zionist-controlled western mainstream media.

Israel has many reasons to show its military muscles against its weaker neighbors. Since Israel’s defeat at the hands of Hizballah fighter in 34-day war in 2006 – not only Jewish army’s myth of ‘invincibility’ has been shattered but Israeli Jews in general doubt the Zionist regime’s ability to protect its citizens in case of a war with Israel’s powerful neighbors like Iran and Turkey. The successful penetration of Israel’s US-paid anti-missile shield by a Hizballah drone has scared the hell out of the Zionist regime.

By bombing Sudanese factory, Israel has tried to prove to its neighbors that Israel’s spying and military technology is still far better than any regional nation and that its blatant violation of international law and the Charter of the United Nations will be defended by its American Zionist-poodle at the UNSC.

The four Israel jets which bombed the Sudan factory must have used either Egyptian or Saudi airspace. If they had used Egyptian airspace, which has not been criticized by president Morsi – shows that Egyptian “Islamist ruler” like the Turkish “Islamist Erdogan” – are sleeping with the Zionist Devil. On the other hand, Saudis can be excused because country’s Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) is manned by Americans.

Netanyahu will certainly use the Israeli bombing as an election ploy for his genocidal Likud party ahead of country’s coming election in 2013. However, independent analyst believe that the operation clearly shows that due to its small scale and the lame excuse used to launch it, the operation actually indicates that Israel is currently in a weak position.

Interestingly, when reporters asked whether this operation has been carried out by Israel or not, Major General Amos Gilad, head of the Israeli Defense Ministry’s diplomatic security bureau, noted that the operation aimed to boost the morale of the Israeli army. He claimed that the Israeli air force is the most prestigious among air forces of the world and has proven this more than once.

Sudan: ‘Israel our No.1 enemy’ | Rehmat's World