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На колу мочало...

Что ж, теперь надо ждать нового Чарли Вилсона, который вооружит сирийских повстанцев "стингерами", а те начнут сбивать советские российские самолеты.

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bbb
Oct. 1st, 2015 01:06 am (UTC)
Это вряд ли. Потому что они теми же стингерами начнут сбивать сперва израильские самолеты, а потом, когда они продадут стингеры ИГИЛу, начнут сбиваться самолеты американские, французские и турецкие.

Скорее, можно ожидать попыток нападения на российские базы. Или даже на российские суда, курсирующие между черноморскими портами и этими базами.
otkaznik
Oct. 1st, 2015 01:18 am (UTC)
Так именно это и было. Чарли Вилсон родил Бен Ладина и пошло-поехало.
vsopvs
Oct. 1st, 2015 01:12 am (UTC)
> надо ждать нового Чарли Вилсона

потом нового Усаму, нового Закария Муссауи, ну и так далее...

На колу мочало...
otkaznik
Oct. 1st, 2015 01:18 am (UTC)
Вот-вот
tijd
Oct. 1st, 2015 11:49 am (UTC)
Катар уже давно это делает, без всякого Чарли Вилсона.

Сообщение ноября 2012 г.:

Syrian rebels have acquired as many as 40 shoulder-fired missile systems in recent weeks to counter assaults by Syrian military aircraft, introducing a possibly decisive new weapon into the conflict, Western and Middle Eastern intelligence officials say.

The potential impact of the missiles on the 20-month-old civil war was demonstrated Tuesday with the dramatic downing of a Syrian helicopter, blasted from the sky near Aleppo by what military experts say was almost certainly a portable antiaircraft missile.

The Obama administration has steadfastly opposed arming Syrian opposition forces with such missiles, warning that the weapons could fall into the hands of terrorists and be used to shoot down commercial aircraft.

But intelligence officials who closely track the flow of arms into Syria say rebels have acquired dozens of the devices in recent weeks and are using them with increasing effectiveness against Syrian helicopters and military jets.

At least some of the missiles were supplied by Qatar, which has provided most of the weapons smuggled to Syria’s rebels across the Turkish border, according to two Middle Eastern intelligence officials briefed on the matter. The officials, along with others interviewed, spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the sensitive nature of the information.
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