Monday, August 08, 2005

Iran rejects US allegations of intervention in Iraq

Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Hamid-Reza Asefi on Sunday rejected US defense secretary's allegations on Iran's intervention in Iraqi affairs. In his weekly press briefing, he reacted to the recent allegations of the US defense secretary accusing Iran of intervening in Iraq's internal affairs by transferring bombs to the country, the spokesman said that there is nothing to motivate Iran to do so. He stressed that Iran supports establishment of stability and security in the country.

He further commented that such remarks by the US officials aimed at justifying US failure in Iraq to the world's public opinion by inventing a hypothetical enemy which could be blamed for the failures.

8 Comments:

Blogger G_in_AL said...

right, because Iran has always been upstanding members of the world community, and would never involove them selves in shady undertakings to sabotage the US effort in Iraq

August 08, 2005 11:23 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

right, because the Us has always been an upstanding member of the world community , and would never involve themselves in shady undertakins to sabotage the Iranian effort in Iraq. Very easy to take tedious points and make them sound fun!

August 08, 2005 3:55 pm  
Blogger G_in_AL said...

what Iranian effort in Iraq? I thought they were claiming they were not involvoed?

August 08, 2005 5:55 pm  
Blogger _H_ said...

all countries get upto sabotage and unlawfull activity G , why would i deny the Iranians the chance to speak when i allow Bush to tell me about fictitious links between saddam and al-qaeda and saddam and weapons of mass destruction that were not there

even when they were there they were made at a factory built by american compnay Bechtel for the dual use purpose and authorised to do so by the US government

what do you suggest i do , ignore every other view in the world apart from the US one ?

i take this report with a pinch of salt , just like the US reports or the UK ones ... it is by knowing both sides of an issue that you can seek the truth

August 08, 2005 6:24 pm  
Anonymous somethingsphishy said...

Just read the PNAC. It is in plain writing for all to see. They don't hide anything about there plan to make the US the only superpower in the world. If you people would only read this fucking rag neo-con twisted ideological way of thinking, you would see that they are already well into the first phase. Read it and you will see our plan to invade Iran and Syria next. The PNAC doesn't represent anything that I believe, or most Americans for that matter. God damn, It is a freakin blueprint of what we are doing today. Meaning if you read the damn thing you will see there were plans for Iraq long before 9/11 (not that there is any connection) But 9/11 was the excuse the neo-con's needed to get into Afghanistan and Iraq. Read the damn thing and with an open mind ponder the similarities of the text of PNAC and today's current events. If you care to know where the next war will be? It will be with Iran and or Syria. Like H's article suggests Neo-con ass wipes are beating the war drums now!
Apathy is contagious, fortunately so is responsibility.

August 08, 2005 6:55 pm  
Blogger _H_ said...

as you know phishy the PNAC is what is responsible for what has got us to this point , and unless stopped the PNAC will also be moving towards the next stage in there publicly availible documents .. i really shoul put a few links up to the PNAC site , it is very hard to deny when the documents from 1997/1998 read like a future glance at history

on a seperate note phisy , i have done some research into a connecting matter that is just as concerning but i feel unable to post it here , if you want a heads up then email me (via my profile) but if you are unable then no probs

August 08, 2005 7:11 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

you people just make all the kinds of sense to me. i think i'll go hug a tree. maybe pour some wesson oil in my gas tank. have a little sing song about world peace.

morons.

August 09, 2005 9:53 pm  
Blogger _H_ said...

probably the best thing you can do


meanwhile the rest of us will use the trees to make nice things called books that we will all read

have fun in your tree

August 09, 2005 10:00 pm  

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