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More FUEL for the FIRE

And just in time for the feature film; Israelis and Faux News are going to have a field day with this.
An Iranian group that claims its members are dedicated to becoming suicide bombers warned the United States and Britain on Saturday that they will strike coalition military bases in Iraq if Tehran's nuclear facilities are attacked.

Mohammad Ali Samadi, spokesman for Esteshadion, or Martyrdom Seekers, boasted of having hundreds of potential bombers in his talk at a seminar on suicide-bombings tactics at Tehran's Khajeh Nasir University.
A seminar on suicide-bombings??? Do they get CLEs for it?
"With more than 1,000 trained martyrdom-seekers, we are ready to attack the American and British sensitive points if they attack Iran's nuclear facilities," Samadi said.

"If they strike, we have a lot of volunteers. Their (U.S. and British) sensitive places are quiet [sic] close to Iranian borders," Samadi said.

Samadi reviewed the history of suicide bombing as a weapon, praising it as the most effective Palestinian tactic in their confrontation with Israel.
Palestinians? Israelis couldn't have hoped for a better script.
The organizers showed video clips of suicide attacks against Israelis, including one in the Morag settlement near Rafah in Gaza strip in February 2005. One settler, three Israeli soldiers and the two attackers were killed in the attack.
Wow. This was a full scale production. I wonder if the footage was exclusive, and if so, where it came from.
Hasan Abbasi, a university instructor and former member of the elite Revolutionary Guards, told the audience of about 200 that Iran was not seeking nuclear weapons as claimed by the United States and some of its allies.

"Our martyrdom-seekers are our nuclear weapons," said Abbasi, the event's main speaker.
Good one. That alone deserves an Oscar.
After his speech, about 50 students filled out membership applications.

"This is a unique opportunity for me to die for God, next to my brothers in Palestine. That was why I signed up," said Reza Haghshenas, a 22-year-old electrical engineering student.

A 23-year-old woman student, Maryam Amereh, said: "We are trying to defend Islam. It's a way to draw the attention of others to our activities."
Am I the only one who finds it extremely bizarre that, out of nowhere, a group of Iranian youths hold a seminar on suicide-bombing, show footage of Palestinian suicide-bombers in Israel, and invite an AP journalist to cover the event just in time for neo-cons to trot out the nuclear option?

2 Comments:

At Sunday, February 19, 2006, Blogger Kvatch said...

"Seminars"? What next, conferences? Trade shows? We'll we be seeing SuiCiBit come to Las Vegas anytime soon?

 
At Sunday, February 19, 2006, Anonymous Mighty Thor said...

Qrswave, consider Orwell: "perp. war for perp. peace." "Neo-cons" are committed to this policy. Birchers at JBS.org have noted ur observations for yrs now. Birchers take conspiracy seriously. Bush takes orders--he's not his own man. Bush was "Skull and Bones" at Yale; this while his family has been CFR (Council on Foreign Relations) for yrs back to his Grandad's time.

Federal Reserve (Fed) counterfeiting racket is what fuels it all--and then what everything serves. Rothschilds were at the bottom of such Fed (and antecedents) at the beginning. Jew Bernard Lazare, "Antisemitism," published in 1894 admits Jews at center of fractional-reserve banking fm at least 14th century.

Basically only truth is to be found on Blogs--and their searchings for it. "Official" truth is guaranteed to be Judeo-"Sadducean" lies, according to New Testament Conspiracy theory-analytic-template. Repent. Thor

 

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