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'Syria forces kill militants, seize Israeli-made arms'
[Iran Press TV] The Syrian Army has reportedly killed several foreign-sponsored orcs, and confiscated a large cache of Israeli-made weapons from Islamic fascisti attempting to cross into Syria from Jordan.
Israeli-made weapons? Oh, noze!
Syrian government forces launched attacks against bully boyz inside and outside the western cities of Idlib and Hama on Sunday and killed a large number of them, the official SANA news agency reported.

The forces also rendered ineffective large supplies of arms, ammunition, and explosives, held by the bully boyz in their hideouts. In addition, the government forces destroyed four locally-made missile launchers.

Also on Sunday, a unit of the Syrian armed forces and border guards ambushed Islamic fascisti attempting to cross into Syria from Jordan near the al-Mataeieh village in the Daraa countryside, and confiscated Israeli-made weapons.

''The seized weapons included Israeli-made Lau missiles, along with various other weapons, munitions, and modern communication devices," a Syrian official said.

The official added that many foreign bad boyz were potted and injured during the raid.
Posted by:Fred

#7  If they're pros, they're probably laughing about it.

If the weapons get found before they're used, it's the Israelis' fault.

If they don't, they get used against Assad, and it's still the Israelis' fault if someone finds out about it.

No downside.
Posted by: Pappy   2012-12-31 23:13  

#6  Trying to picture the reaction from the islamonuts when they find out the weapons they held in their hands were touched by the cootie-laden juices.
Posted by: USN,Ret.   2012-12-31 18:22  

#5  Possibly from old South Lebanon Army stocks?
Posted by: Pappy   2012-12-31 14:38  

#4  LAW does sound more likely.
Posted by: Besoeker   2012-12-31 00:38  

#3  Could also be a misspell of LAW (M-72 Light Antitank Weapon). Vietnam era but I understand they have started making them again for use against personnel.
Posted by: tipover   2012-12-31 00:34  

#2  Could be a misspell. Have a look at LAR.
Posted by: Besoeker   2012-12-31 00:29  

#1  I just used Google to try to find out what a "Lau" missile was and was unsuccessful after three pages, partly because it's used as a US military designation for a wide variety of bolt-to-the-airframe missile launchers for aircraft.
Posted by: Thing From Snowy Mountain   2012-12-31 00:10