, which describes itself as "the leading geopolitical newsletter," has even attempted to implicate Israel's current enemy number one, Iran.
23] DEBKA-Net-Weekly revealed: The Saudi monarch is bidding for President...Bush to give the Syrian president another chance.
"According to DEBKA-Net-Weekly's sources, the Saudi ruler has assured US officials he will insist on Assad going public on these steps for the sake of his rehabilitation - although easing into them gradually.
On this understanding, as DEBKA-Net-Weekly
236 revealed on Jan.
He is also going through with the sale of the state of the art Iskander SS-26 surface missiles, as first disclosed by DEBKA-Net-Weekly
224 on September 30.
According to DEBKA-Net-Weekly
's military sources, they are stationed in two bases in close proximity to one another on the kingdom's eastern border with Iraq and at the Jordanian air base of Ruwayshid, while a smaller contingent is located further north at the air base in Wadi al-Murbah.
Last week, DEBKA-Net-Weekly and the second largest electronic news site in the U.S., World Net Daily, broke the news about Iraqi commandos being in Jordan.
DEBKA-Net-Weekly's military sources learned that the troops' mission is to reach the Israeli border, cross the Jordan River and move into the main Palestinian cities of the West Bank - Ramallah, Jenin, Nablus and Bethlehem - and fight alongside the Palestinians.