Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Most sophisticated IEDs designed in Iran

"Electronic parts made in Minnesota were smuggled through Singapore to Iran, and some of them ended up in the remote controls of makeshift bombs seized by American forces in Iraq, the Justice Department said on Tuesday.

The parts are normally used in commonplace devices like routers that wirelessly connect computers and printers in a typical office network. The Justice Department said in an indictment that the ones smuggled to Iran had been put to use in sophisticated improvised explosive devices, or I.E.D.’s, that could be triggered from miles away.

...About 60 percent of all American casualties in Iraq have been caused by makeshift bombs, and the American military has long reported finding evidence that the most sophisticated and deadly of them were designed or fabricated in Iran.

By implicating Iran, at least circumstantially, in insurgent attacks on American soldiers in Iraq, the charges add to the ever worsening tensions between the countries. Two weeks ago, the United States accused Iran of complicity in a foiled plot to assassinate the Saudi Arabian ambassador to Washington."

9 comments :

Anonymous said...

what a load of horse shit propaganda

C.H. said...

Yeah Anon...why would Ali Khamenei waste his time killing armed US soldiers when their are innocent college students to kill?

Anonymous said...

C.H,

Grow up. Seriously, think for yourself for ONCE in your life. Khamenei is not a vampire, dont worry. He doesnt just go around murdering people like your media says. How dumb can a person be to believe that?

Anand said...

Yes, Khamanei is that stupid. Ask Maliki, the Iraqi Army and Iraqis in general about Khamenei. They know the truth.

Many Iraqi Army generals on the record talked about how the IRGC Kuds force killed Iraqi Army soldiers.

C.H. said...

I don't care what the media says at all, Anon. What matters is what Iranians have to say about him.

When I interact with them, its clear the "Leader" hates his own people.

Anonymous said...

C.H,

Did u talk with both sides? Just curious

C.H. said...

Anon,

So far I have yet to meet anyone in Iran between the age of 18 and 30 who defends Khamenei. I will let you know if I do, though.

I have however met many Arabs and even people who live in my home state of California who adore him.

Anonymous said...

"So far I have yet to meet anyone in Iran between the age of 18 and 30 who defends Khamenei. I will let you know if I do, though."

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

C.H. said...

Are you Iranian, Anon? Or just some loser who cheerleads Sharia law from the safety of a Western country?