Hezbollah Gets Sweet Deal From Syria

The headline is a little misleading.  The credit for Hezbollah’s sweet deal with the Syrians actually belongs firmly in the lap of Barack Obama and John “Nuance” Kerry, since, as wise people have said many times:  When America is weak, our enemies get strong.

What kind of deal did Hezbollah strike?  Well, although the details about how much these things cost are a little murky, we aren’t sure what Hezbollah paid the Syrians; but they (Hezbollah) have gotten their grimy little paws on some Russian Anti-Aircraft missiles, which they are fully intending to use against Israeli airplanes.  Don’t take my word for it, though; you can read about it in this article at The Washington Times.  From TWT post:

Israeli intelligence has confirmed to the German newspaper Bild, that Hezbollah, the Iranian-backed terrorist army that has vowed to destroy the Jewish state, has acquired advanced Russian anti-aircraft weapons systems that were given by the Russian military to the Syrian armed forces, reports The Times of Israel. The SA-17 Buk missile battery is a game changer and will directly threaten Israeli aircraft operating in northern Israel and the region.

Now, we can say with confidence that Assad and the Syrians aren’t in a position to be giving away a weapons system like the SA-17, so I’m pretty sure that money changed hands.  Hmmm.  So, how exactly did a bunch of Iranian terrorists (Y’all know, of course, that Hezbollah gets it’s funding from the government of Iran, right?) get their hands on enough money to pay for the weapons?  If you follow the links in this story, one can only come to the conclusion that the deal that Obama struck with Iran over their nuke program has freed up a substantial amount of money; money which can then be handed over to Hezbollah.

Don’t take my word for this, y’all.  Spend five minutes with your search engine, and you’ll find plenty of proof. D.Y.O.R.