Greece intercepts Israeli-sent arms shipments to Iran

An American F-4 Phantom (photo credit: US Navy)

An American F-4 Phantom (photo credit: US Navy)

Two caches of spare parts for F-4 Phantom jets reported to have been sent by a ghost company near Haifa

(SOURCE)   ATHENS — Greek authorities intercepted arms shipments apparently sent by an Israeli and intended for Iran, in violation of international sanctions, a Greek newspaper reported.

Greek officials, working together with the American Homeland Security Investigations agency, uncovered two shipments of spare parts for F-4 Phantom jets in December 2012 and again in April 2013, the Kathimerini daily reported over the weekend.

 A Greek court ordered the shipments confiscated and transferred to the Americans, according to Kathimerini, which claimed to have a copy of the investigation report.

According to the report, the shipment originated in the Israeli town of Binyamina-Giv’at Ada and was sent via a Greek company based in Athens.

Investigators from the drugs and weapons unit of Greece’s Financial Crimes Squad determined the company was a ghost company, Kathimerini reported.

The firm was registered by a British national from the northern city of Thessaloniki who could not be traced.

The report did not name the Israeli thought to be behind the smuggling attempt.

1 thought on “Greece intercepts Israeli-sent arms shipments to Iran

  1. Soon and very soon we are going to see King Jesus put an end to all war and weapons. Iran is a key player in end time prophecy events so as they intensify their involvements we know the end is nearer. Even so, come quickly Lord Jesus.

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