Evidence of Syrian arms transfers to Hezbullah
The Times of London has seen satellite images of Syrian arms depots
that supply Hezbullah terrorists with missiles. (Warning: To access that link you may have to go through the most invasive registration process I have ever seen).
The Times has been shown satellite images of one of the sites, a compound near the town of Adra, northeast of Damascus, where militants have their own living quarters, an arms storage site and a fleet of lorries reportedly used to ferry weapons into Lebanon. Read the whole thing
The military hardware is either of Syrian origin or sent from Iran by sea, via Mediterranean ports, or by air, via Damascus airport. The arms are stored at the Hezbollah depot and then trucked into Lebanon.
“Hezbollah is allowed to operate this site freely,” said a security source. “They often move the arms in bad weather when Israeli satellites are unable to track them.”
Most of the weapons are sent from depots like the one near Adra and then stored at Hezbollah bases in the Bekaa Valley or southern Lebanon.
. In the next war, Israel will have to fight Syria. It was a mistake not to do it the last time when we had the opportunity