Tuesday, September 20, 2005

The two soldiers were using a civilian car packed with explosives


www.chinaview.cn 2005-09-19 22:46:55

BAGHDAD, Sept. 19 (Xinhuanet) -- Iraqi police detained two British soldiers in civilian clothes in the southern city Basra for firing on a police station on Monday, police said.

"Two persons wearing Arab uniforms opened fire at a police station in Basra. A police patrol followed the attackers and captured them to discover they were two British soldiers," an Interior Ministry source told Xinhua.

The two soldiers were using a civilian car packed with explosives, the source said.



The occupation forces are the real perpetrators of bomb attacks in Iraq?9/14/2005

Iran’s top military commander accused the United States and Israel of planning the non-stop bomb attacks that killed thousands of civilians in Iraq.

Brigadier General Mohammad-Baqer Zolqadr, the deputy commander of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), told a gathering of senior officials, that the U.S. needs those attacks to justify the continuation of its military presence in Iraq.

“The Americans blame weak and feeble groups in Iraq for insecurity in this country. We do not believe this and we have information that the insecurity has its roots in the activities of American and Israeli spies,” Zolqadr said.

“Insecurity in Iraq is a deeply-rooted phenomenon. The root of insecurity in Iraq lies in the occupation of this country by foreigners”.

“If Iraq is to become secure, there will be no room for the occupiers”.

Zolqadr also said that the U.S. forces pursue “important and strategic goals in their continuing occupation of Iraq”.

The U.S. wanted to remain in Iraq to “plunder the country’s wealth, bring the Middle East under its control, and create security for Israel, which is on the verge of annihilation”.
Zolqadr, moreover, noted that dozens of new U.S. military are being built in Iraq “for this reason they are constantly creating insecurity”.

The U.S.-occupation authority has repeatedly claimed that the Iraqi security forces are not ready yet to protect the country against rebel attacks, with the aim of defending the continued heavy presence of U.S. troops there even after an Iraqi government was elected.



Two British soldiers were captured by the Iraqi police wearing Arab clothing and driving a car packed with explosives. To complicate matters further, the Brits fired on the Iraqi police before surrendering. Then British tanks broke down the wall of the jail freeing the two British soldiers (and about 150 other prisoners). This event has confirmed in the minds of many the long-held suspicion that the so-called "insurgent" bombings are actually false-flag operations by the occupying army, and riots have resulted.

So here comes the predictable spin, downplaying the exposure of the false-flag bombers, ignoring the obvious jail-break, and attempting to place ultimate blame for the fiasco on Iran!


Yes, it's Iran that is behind the fact that the Iraqi people are fed up with being occupied by an Army that bombs the people to keep them in fear and tortures those who speak out. Of course! Were it not for Iran those Iraqis would be perfectly happy living under the American yoke. Darn that Iran, we should invade them! Twice!


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