Last week, Netanyahu and the entire Jewish media accused Iran for allegedly shipping rockets to Hamas. Earlier, Barack Obama gave a lecture to his French counterpart Hollande over allowing a French trade delegation to visit Iran.
However, Netanyahu, Obama and the major Israeli hasbara outlets (NYT, WSJ, WP, CNN, FoxNews, NPR, ADL, AJC, etc.) never mentioned a word about seizer of two Israeli shipments carrying spare parts for Iranian fleet of F-4 Phantom via Greece in 2012 and 2013.
The US Homeland Security Department has conducted a secret probe (UK’s Telegraph, February 19, 2014) of Israel arms smuggling to Iran in cooperation with the drugs and weapons unit of Greece’s Financial Crimes Squad.
A court in Athens told The Telegraph that parts appearing on an American list of forbidden military-grade materials had been shipped from Israel on two occasions, apparently destined for Iran.
According to Greek source ekathimerini, the parts were sent by a Greek courier from the Israeli town of Binyamina-Giv’at Ada and were destined for the Islamic Republic of Iran.
While the Zionist entity receives a great majority of military aid from the US – Israeli government and country’s arms industry have clients in 62 countries in five continents including China, India and Turkey.
The DHS refuses to confirm or deny the said probe. No wonders some security analysts call the DHS $1 billion annual Zionist-Jewish racket.
Iran’s ageing fleets of up to 75 US-made F-4 Phantoms and 19 F-14 Tomcats were purchased under King Reza Shah, when the country was close to Washington. Israel, once the largest foreign operator of the Phantom, retired its last F-4s in 2004, suggesting that the spare parts gifted as part of annual US $3 billion military aid may have been second hand. The Pentagon stopped selling spare parts for the F-14 in 2007, fearing that they might end up in Iran, the only country where the F14 is still in operation.