Skip to comments.Report says Iran trains suicide bombers
Posted on 05/29/2004 10:58:46 PM PDT by neverdemEdited on 07/12/2004 4:15:39 PM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
LONDON, , May. 29 (UPI) -- Iran has reportedly established what could be the first training center for Islamic suicide attackers, the Middle East Newsline reported Sunday.
MENL cited Iranian sources and media reports that the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps has established a center to train suicide attackers throughout the world. The center is called the World Islamic Martyrs and Fighters Staff Headquarters.
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That's OK, I am sure if Kerry talks to them nicely, using his fine diplomacy, they will give it all up. (/sarcasm)
Will the ayatollahs with the "space saver spare" on their coconut heads volunteer?
Maybe Al Gore should ask the Irani government to resign?
Are you kidding, those are the foreign leaders supporting Kerry. Gore wouldn't want them to lose power. He is joining them in their common goal: destroying the US and the American way of life.
Add to this gaggle of gangsters the other Islamic concoction called al Quaida, and you have the full recipe for the "religion of peace". Strange mixture of ingredients to bake a peaceful 'religion' with, eh?
Whatever happened to the courageous revolution of the Iranian people to overthrow the mad mullahs?
The Shah was a lot easier to overthrow and he was supposed to be a monster, according to Iranian students in the U.S. at the time. All big talk and the mullahs walk, these days.
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The revolution against the Shah started in 1953 and finally ended in 1979. 26 years of consistent demonstrations against the Shah's dictatorship due to the overthrow of a democratically elected government of Dr. Mossadeqh.
Demonstrations against the Mullahs have been consistent, but only started getting strong in 1999.
Be patient.. geez.
Plus, the Shah was a "tyrant" because he imprisoned radical islamists [similar to what we are doing now in Cuba], and fought against Commis like the Mojahedin and the Tudah party similar to what we've always done.
Doesn't sound like much of a tyrant for those specific policies... whatsoever.
The Shah understood the danger the radical Islamists posed to modern society. Unfortunately it took the rest of the world another 25 years, and most people still haven't figured it out.
And our fine humanitarian president Carter was the one who helped depose the Shah, and hand Iran over to the Mullahs.
Carter also chastised the Shah of Iran for his human rights record and withdrew American support. This led to the U.S. losing a priceless pro-Western ally in the Middle East an ally that was replaced by the deranged anti-Western Islamic theocracy of the Ayatollah Khomeini.
And lets get one thing straight: yes, Somoza and the Shah were oppressive. But their regimes were like a Sunday school class in comparison to the ruthless dictatorships that took their place. The Sandinistas in Nicaragua by far surpassed their predecessor in human rights violations. The Khomeini theocracy, meanwhile, was a whole other story:
Khomeini killed more innocent Iranians (20,000) in a two-week reign of terror than the Shah could have even dreamed of killing throughout his 38 years in power (1941-1979).
Thanks to Carter, Irans pro-Western disposition was terminated and the rights that had been won for women in that country were reversed. Moreover, it was precisely because of the Iranian revolution that the Iran-Iraq war broke out a war that took one million lives over its eight-year duration.
The Iran-Iraq nightmare led to the chaos in that region that yielded Saddam Husseins invasion of Kuwait, which, in turn, led to the American war effort to get Iraq out of Kuwait. That necessary war effort, as we know, triggered an Islamic hatred of America that played a significant role in 9/11.
Let us also keep in mind that the Islamic revolution in Iran gave inspiration to tens of thousands of Islamic fanatics, who now began to conspire ever more fervently to destroy modernity in their own societies and to instigate terror against America and the West.
All this madness, and the tragedy that it drew for American strategic interests, was not the only consequence of Carters embarrassing naiveté in foreign policy. The Soviets saw him to be so gullible, weak and inept that they did not even hesitate to invade Afghanistan under his watch in 1979. Imagine the Soviets even contemplating invading Afghanistan under Reagans watch.
The Soviet invasion of Afghanistan also played a large role in nurturing the future Islamic terror that would so badly wound America. The Taliban, after all, were the backlash to the Soviet terror in Afghanistan. They took power in 1996 because they were strengthened by their rebellion against Soviet injustice.
Thus, when all is said and done, it is Jimmy Carter who helped pave the road to the rise of Islamic fanaticism and, therefore, to 9/11.
What do they mean first? What about that camp to the north in Iraq that included an airplane.
The article should read suicide camps relocated Iran.
"SPLAT"... goes the terrorist school, hopefully with a very full house.
Newsflash, October 00, 2004.... After the attack on XXXXXX today by Islamic terrorists trained at the World Islamic Martyrs and Fighters Staff HQ, seismographs worldwide reported a series of event all over Iran, which could have been an earthquake of 7+ magnitude on the Richter scale or the simultaneous detonation of 1+ megaton thermonuclear devices throughout the country. There have been scattered reports of mushroom clouds, but communications in and with Iran appear to have been disrupted by an enormous electromagnetic pulse.....
Let him talk nice. In my mind and heart diplomacy was done about thirty seconds after the first plane hit the Trade Center Towers on 9/11. Bush has my vote!
According to Kerry and his commie friends, we must try to understand the fanatics and reach out to them so they will be nice to us.
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