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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    And obvious terrorist sympathiser.
    Putin's pussies 2 - 'arry's 'ordes 0 ( for clarity "Terrorists" are called "Throat Slitters - TS) please keep up.

    One minute to the final whistle, they think it's all over.




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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Putin's pussies 2 - 'arry's 'ordes 0 ( for clarity "Terrorists" are called "Throat Slitters - TS) please keep up.
    You stupid people don't realise that terrorists are simply terrorists, whatever religious sect they claim to be representing.

    Here's a good old fashioned Hizbollah terrorist in Bangkok who blew his own legs off, much to the amusement of the security fraternity.

    The feeble minded have such short memories.



    The recent convictions of two Iranians - Saeid Moradi and Mohammad Kharzei - in a Bangkok court for a botched bomb attack last year, highlights the ongoing terrorist threats posed by Iran around the world, especially in our own region.

    Three bombs went off in Bangkok on 14 February 2012, injuring five people. The first was apparently an accidental blast at a house that the two Iranians shared with an additional suspect. Another bomb was thrown at a taxi and a third blew off Moradi's legs before he was arrested.

    The court sentenced Moradi, 29, a factory technician and former soldier, to life in prison for attempting to murder a police officer and possessing explosives that damaged property and injured several civilians. His accomplice, Kharzei, 43, was sentenced to 15 years for possessing explosives. Another Iranian suspect - Masoud Sedaghatzadeh, 31, fled to Malaysia after the explosion, and is currently appealing an extradition order.

    Despite the two not being convicted of terrorism charges, Israeli and Thai officials have said that they believe that they were
    planning a terrorist attack on Israeli diplomats in Bangkok.

    There is compelling circumstantial evidence for this - the explosion happened one day after the wife of an Israeli diplomat was wounded in an attack on her car in India, which Israeli and Indian authorities believe Iran orchestrated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    terrorists are simply terrorists
    Only those groups that make certain lists. The others are rebels or patriots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke View Post
    Netanyahu: Evidence proves Iran deal 'based on lies and Iranian deception'

    Israel's prime minister says his government has obtained "half a ton" of secret Iranian documents proving the Tehran government once had a nuclear weapons program. (April 30) AP
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    The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, commonly known as the Non-Proliferation Treaty or NPT, is an international treaty whose objective is to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons and weapons technology, to promote cooperation in the peaceful uses of nuclear energy, and to further the goal of achieving nuclear disarmament and general and complete disarmament
    Four UN member states have never accepted the NPT, three of which are thought to possess nuclear weapons: India, Israel, and Pakistan. In addition, South Sudan, founded in 2011, has not joined.
    Israel is widely believed to possess weapons of mass destruction, and to be one of four nuclear-armed countries not recognized as a Nuclear Weapons State by the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). The US Congress Office of Technology Assessment has recorded Israel as a country generally reported as having undeclared chemical warfare capabilities, and an offensive biological warfare program. Officially, Israel neither confirms nor denies possessing nuclear weapons.
    Mordechai Vanunu (Hebrew: מרדכי ואנונו‎; born 14 October 1954), also known as John Crossman, is an Israeli former nuclear technician and peace activist who, citing his opposition to weapons of mass destruction, revealed details of Israel's nuclear weapons program to the British press in 1986. He was subsequently lured to Italy by the Israeli intelligence agency Mossad, where he was drugged and abducted. He was secretly transported to Israel and ultimately convicted in a trial that was held behind closed doors.
    In September, as the story neared publication, the Sunday Times approached the Israeli Embassy with the story, offering it a chance to rebut the allegations. The Israeli press attache, Eviat Manor, was twice visited by journalists to discuss the story, and on the second visit, was handed some of Vanunu's photographs. The material was rushed to Israel for review. The Israeli response denied the allegations, characterizing Vanunu as a minor technician with limited knowledge of the reactor's operations.
    But through the cracks in this stone wall, more and more details continue to emerge of how Israel built its nuclear weapons from smuggled parts and pilfered technology.

    The tale serves as a historical counterpoint to today's drawn-out struggle over Iran's nuclear ambitions. The parallels are not exact Israel, unlike Iran, never signed up to the 1968 NPT so could not violate it. But it almost certainly broke a treaty banning nuclear tests, as well as countless national and international laws restricting the traffic in nuclear materials and technology.

    The list of nations that secretly sold Israel the material and expertise to make nuclear warheads, or who turned a blind eye to its theft, include today's staunchest campaigners against proliferation: the US, France, Germany, Britain and even Norway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Only those groups that make certain lists. The others are rebels or patriots.
    These 'terrorists seem to be getting a lot of support from the great USA, like the terrorists in Afghanistan that called themselves the Mujahideen made up of Al'qaeda the Taliban and other jihadist groups.

    Then there is the Nicaraguan Contras and continuing on through many more to the present day with the open support for the terrorists attempting to take over the Syrian Government.

    But all good in the fight against communism evil dictators or whatever.

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    This time not a bomb in UNGA but a warehouse (and please nobody will laugh):

    Drama, visual aids as Netanyahu makes nuclear claims on Iran



    UNITED NATIONS (AP) — This was no normal diplomatic speech.

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held the U.N. General Assembly in suspense Thursday — and flashed boldly printed props — as he accused Iran of hiding a clandestine nuclear warehouse in a rug-cleaning plant.

    He built up to it with theatrical aplomb. “What I’m about to say has not been shared publicly before.”

    Pause.

    “I’m disclosing for the first time that Iran has another secret facility in Tehran, a secret atomic warehouse.”

    In case anyone in the hall hadn’t already been paying attention, he took the unusual step of brandishing visual aids — a poster-board map, then a poster-board photo, then another poster-board map.

    It wasn’t his first time. Netanyahu is known for its showmanship at the U.N. General Assembly. In 2012, he famously held up a poster-board of a cartoon bomb while discussing Iran’s nuclear program.

    “Where should the red line be drawn? A red line should be drawn right here,” Netanyahu said during his presentation, his marker squeaking across the poster.

    “Each day, that point is getting closer,” Netanyahu said in 2012. “And that’s why I speak today with such a sense of urgency.”

    Netanyahu vigorously opposes a 2015 deal curbing Iran’s nuclear program in exchange for a lifting of sanctions. Iran denies pursuing nuclear weapons. President Donald Trump pulled the U.S. out of the agreement in May.

    https://www.apnews.com/9dac3e82dc814...claims-on-Iran

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