Skip to comments.American-Murdering Hezbollah Terrorist, “Signals Insincerity” Behind Tehran’s Latest Moves
Posted on 01/14/2014 1:10:28 PM PST by armydawg505
Reuters this evening published photos taken earlier today showing Irans Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif lay[ing] a wreath at the grave of assassinated Hezbollah military commander Imad Mughniyeh, a terrorist who was killed in 2008 after having spent literally decades killing Americans and others on behalf of his paymasters in Tehran.
Celebrating a mass-murdering terrorist is a bad choice for any Foreign Minister, but the decision by Tehrans top diplomat to so brazenly honor a terrorist like Mughniyeh, who killed hundreds of Americans, within hours of inking an agreement with the US and members of the P5+1 sends a very negative, and unmistakeable signal about Irans true intentions.
Mughniyeh, the leader of Irans global terror network, in fact began his career as the mastermind of the deadly 1983 attacks on the U.S. embassy and Marine barracks in Beirut, killing more Americans than any terrorist except Osama Bin Laden. He subsequently engineered the hijacking of TWA Flight 847, as well as the kidnapping, torture and murder of Americans in Lebanon throughout the 1980s, including the CIAs Beirut station chief William Buckley, who was eventually slaughtered after 15 months of being horrifically tortured on film by Mughniyeh and Irans terrorist army, Hezbollah.
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The author is another dumb Infidel , who doesn't understand Islam.-Tom
This is the bureaucratic equivalent of farting in Obama’s face and hearing Obama profusely apologize for being in the wrong place. Those Imans in Iran are high-fiving it today! They’re movin on up.
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