Over the years there have been persistent reports of Western telecom technology originated from firms such as Siemens, Alcatel-Lucent and Nokia finding their way into the hands of Iran and Hezbollah.
It is almost a given that Western technology has found its way into the hands of the Iranians since Siemens, Alcatel-Lucent and Nokia (among others) have seen fit to do massive amounts of business in and with Iran, the world’s most active state sponsor of Jihadist terrorism.
That Hezbollah would get their hands on this same technology is not a far reach either, given that Iran is Hezbollah’s primary sponsor. In fact, some experts claim that Hezbollah is in fact an arm of the Pasdaran, the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps.
The latest reports from Lebanon, Hezbollah’s home turf, have the Jihadist terrorist organization establishing and running its own autonomous telecom system there…