Thursday, December 16, 2004

Iran: Can we be next?

The Washington Times reports the great lengths to which Iran will go to be the next forcefully removed member of the Axis of Evil.
TEHRAN — The 300 men filling out forms in the offices of an Iranian aid group were offered three choices: Train for suicide attacks against U.S. troops in Iraq, for suicide attacks against Israelis or to assassinate British author Salman Rushdie.

It looked at first glance like a gathering on the fringes of a society divided between moderates, who want better relations with the world, and hard-line Muslim militants hostile toward the United States and Israel.

But the presence of two key figures — a prominent Iranian lawmaker and a member of the country's elite Revolutionary Guards — lent the meeting more legitimacy and was a clear indication of at least tacit support from some within Iran's government.
The terrorist version of Pro Source, the mullahcracy of Iran is hiring temps for short-term work. Only in the case of Iran, part of the worker's sick job description is to terminate himself and any thug with a thumb is well-qualified.

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