Sunday, May 25, 2008

Iran 'paid Iraq insurgents to kill UK soldiers'

Another "I told you so" That was common knowledge among the experts but ignored by the Media because Bush didn't want to press the issue. Why?

Why is Bush, and the other "leaders", so afraid of insulting the Iranians? I am going to be generous and say that they know something that is not in the public eye, but it sure looks like this Presidency has completely collapsed and become as worthless as the Carter one. Well, at least they still fight terrorists, even if they seem to be confused about the issue. Fools.

Iran 'paid Iraq insurgents to kill UK soldiers' - Telegraph: "Iran has secretly paid Iraqi insurgents hundreds of thousands of American dollars to kill British soldiers, according to a leaked government document obtained by The Telegraph.

The allegations are contained in a confidential 'field report' written by a British officer who served in Basra during one of the most dangerous periods of the conflict. The report, which has never been made public, shows the full level of Iran's involvement in the insurgency for the first time.

The document states that the Jaish al-Mahdi (JAM) – also known as the Mahdi Army – one of the most violent insurgent groups operating in Basra, used money from Iran to recruit and pay young unemployed men up to $300 (£150) a month to carry out attacks against the British. The findings have been passed to the highest levels in the military."

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