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    These kind of unsopshiticated and inept attacks in Thailand, India, and Georgia don't appear to have the hallmarks of Iran on them. Iran has a history of pulling off large scale and spectacular attacks, like the attack on the Jewish center and Israeli Embassy in Buenos Aires, not this rinky dink shit. Don't forget, Iran is chalk full of Jews, these could have been Mossad agents looking to pin an attack on Israel and fucked up. Iran is always catching Iranian Jews spying and plotting for Israel. The Jews could be trying to garner sympathy in Asia, because they don't have the capabilities to take out Irans nuclear program through the use of force.

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    ^If you are right, then the Iranians have one of the zonist agents in their hands, after all she rather foolishly returned to iran. Doubless she is at this very moment being persuaded to tell all and help the iranians roll up the rest of the cell, so we can then se these bad people being put on trial and punished.

    If we don't then I guess your theory will have to be written off as paranoid bollocks

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    Quote Originally Posted by hazz View Post
    ^If you are right, then the Iranians have one of the zonist agents in their hands, after all she rather foolishly returned to iran. Doubless she is at this very moment being persuaded to tell all and help the iranians roll up the rest of the cell, so we can then se these bad people being put on trial and punished.

    If we don't then I guess your theory will have to be written off as paranoid bollocks
    Right, because the Mossad doesn't have a history of using passports of unsuspecting people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Gribbs View Post
    These kind of unsopshiticated and inept attacks in Thailand, India, and Georgia don't appear to have the hallmarks of Iran on them. Iran has a history of pulling off large scale and spectacular attacks, like the attack on the Jewish center and Israeli Embassy in Buenos Aires, not this rinky dink shit. Don't forget, Iran is chalk full of Jews, these could have been Mossad agents looking to pin an attack on Israel and fucked up. Iran is always catching Iranian Jews spying and plotting for Israel. The Jews could be trying to garner sympathy in Asia, because they don't have the capabilities to take out Irans nuclear program through the use of force.
    maybe it was Iranians posing as Mossad agents who where posing as Iranians...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hazz View Post
    ^If you are right, then the Iranians have one of the zonist agents in their hands, after all she rather foolishly returned to iran. Doubless she is at this very moment being persuaded to tell all and help the iranians roll up the rest of the cell, so we can then se these bad people being put on trial and punished.

    If we don't then I guess your theory will have to be written off as paranoid bollocks
    You are accepting that the lady who allegedly left Thailand on a plane heading to Iran stayed there. She may have jumped on a plane to some other country using another potentially forged passport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by hazz View Post
    ^If you are right, then the Iranians have one of the zonist agents in their hands, after all she rather foolishly returned to iran. Doubless she is at this very moment being persuaded to tell all and help the iranians roll up the rest of the cell, so we can then se these bad people being put on trial and punished.

    If we don't then I guess your theory will have to be written off as paranoid bollocks
    You are accepting that the lady who allegedly left Thailand on a plane heading to Iran stayed there. She may have jumped on a plane to some other country using another potentially forged passport.
    You think Iran would let "known Mossad agent" just leave the country just after entering? Yeah right.

    That is a mistake Iran made. Bit hard to blame it on Israel now as terrorists head home, to Iran.

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    Police find bomb gang's motorcycle | Bangkok Post: news

    Police find bomb gang's motorcycle

    NEW LEAD IN VALENTINE'S DAY EXPLOSIONS

    Iranian bombing suspects may have been planning to use a motorcycle to attack their targets in Bangkok.


    GATHERING EVIDENCE: A forensic expert collects fingerprints from a motorcycle that was left unattended in Sukhumvit Soi 71. PHOTO: KOSOL NACHACHOL


    Police on Saturday found a motorcycle that had been left in Sukhumvit Soi 71 since Tuesday when three bomb blasts rocked the area.

    An owner of an electrical appliances repair shop alerted police after he noticed the Honda Wave had been parked in front of his shop for a long time.

    Bomb disposal experts and forensic police rushed to the scene and checked the motorcycle.

    The motorcycle was purchased from a shop in the Klong Tan area by one of the suspects, said Pol Gen Pansiri Prapawat, national deputy police chief.

    A police source said the motorcycle was bought for 26,400 baht by Masoud Sedaghatzadeh, 31, who was arrested in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday after fleeing Thailand.

    Witnesses confirmed that the suspects used the motorcycle for travelling but police are investigating if they planned to use the motorcycle for a bomb attack.

    Police found a sticker with the word "SEJEAL" under the motorcycle's seat.

    (A passage in the Koran relates a miracle when birds from heaven dropped "sejeal stones" at an army on elephants from Yemen who were attempting to kill Muhammad, scaring the animals and saving the prophet's life. Palestinian guerrillas have referred to their rockets and mortars used to attack Israel as "sejeal stones".)

    Police have sought arrest warrants for four people in relations to the blasts. They are suspected to be part of a team of Iranian nationals targeting Israeli diplomats in Thailand.

    Two Iranians are in custody in Bangkok. Saeid Moradi, 28, was injured in one blast and is being treated at Chulalongkorn Hospital, while Mohammad Khazaei, 42, was detained at Suvarnabhumi airport.

    The third suspect is Mr Sedaghatzadeh, while the fourth suspect is female, Leila Rohani, who has fled to Iran.

    Police are seeking an arrest warrant for a fifth suspect who was seen on surveillance camera footage near a house just before an explosion ripped through it on Tuesday afternoon.

    National police chief Priewpan Damapong said yesterday that it had not been confirmed whether the fifth suspect had been identified as Nikkhahfard Javad.

    Pol Gen Priewpan played down alleged flaws in authorities' intelligence.

    He said blasts also happened in India and Georgia despite tight security in both countries. "It is not an intelligence flaw on our part," he said.

    Police sources said all four suspects held tourist visas. Ms Rohani entered Thailand four times last year. She flew back on Feb 5.

    Mr Khazaei came to Thailand for the first time on Dec 15 last year and departed on Jan 7. He returned on Feb 8 accompanied by Mr Moradi, flying from Kuala Lumpur to Phuket before flying to Suvarnabhumi. They went to Pattaya the same day to meet Mr Sedaghatzadeh. In Pattaya, Mr Khazaei checked in at Marine Plaza Hotel, while Mr Sedaghatzadeh and Mr Moradi stayed at Top Thai Hotel.


    Security experts gather evidence at a parked motorcycle purchased by one of the Iranian gang involved in last week's bomb blasts. (Photo by Kosol Nachachol)
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    Valentine's Day bombs: a farce with deadly implications | Bangkok Post: news

    Valentine's Day bombs: a farce with deadly implications

    Security analysts say that while the efforts of three of the suspects behind Tuesday's blast were amateurish, the bombs could signal the start of more sophisticated attacks and change the face of domestic terror

    To one neighbour of the three Iranian bombing suspects who sent Bangkok into a frenzy last week, the most unforgivable act they committed during their stay was not mowing the lawn in front of their humble rented home.


    bomb squad officials examine the house in Soi Pridi Banomyong 31 where the Iranian suspects stayed and accidentally set off a bomb.

    "Look at that," exclaimed the well-dressed middle-aged woman peering through the fence slats at the unkempt garden in front of the bombed out house. "They didn't do anything to look after the place."

    House No 66 was a nondescript dwelling, in a nondescript soi that dog legs off bustling Sukhumvit Soi 71, in a suburb that has little to distinguish it from the other choking, grey, treeless suburbs of the capital. It doesn't take much time to get to the bombed-out house on Soi Pridi Banomyong 31, the 10 baht motosai ride from the 7-Eleven on the main road hardly worth the fare. Along the way there are a few restaurants, a car wash, small businesses, a massage salon and a mom-and-pop shop.

    But the area, which is home to the Masjid Hidayatul Islam Sam-in mosque and the Iranian embassy's cultural centre has become a favourite with many Arabs, according to locals.



    "They own many condos around here, it's very popular with Arab people," said a woman from the mom-and-pop shop.

    But few people Spectrum spoke to in the neighbourhood had any idea who Saeid Moradi, 28, Mohammad Hazaei, 42, and Masoud Sedaghat Zadeh, 31, were prior to the three explosions on Tuesday afternoon.

    At house No66 _ which now resembles a collapsed matchstick parody of its former self with a row of French doors hanging limply on their hinges and the front yard strewn with the timber remnants of the top floor _ the Iranians kept to themselves.

    "The didn't do anything outside the house, nothing to show off," said the neighbour. "They only lived inside, and closed the door all the time but sometimes they left the lights on all night with the curtains drawn. Sometimes, not often, we could hear music."

    The house was believed to be rented by an Iranian woman, Rohani Leila, 31, who has visited Thailand at least three times in the past 10 months, each time on a 60-day tourist visa. There are various reports that a group of men stayed in the house from one to two months.

    The neighbour said the only visitor to the house was a "beautiful" Middle Eastern-looking woman, most likely Rohani Leila who police want to interview.

    The neighbour said the female visitor usually came to the house at night to bring food, and she assumed the woman was the wife of an older man as they seemed like a couple. "She was very beautiful and always well-dressed," said the neighbour who noted the woman did not cover her face with a veil.

    The neighbour said the supposed husband was aged in his mid-50s and had grey hair, a description which fits a fifth suspect police are searching for.

    Police believe he may be a bomb expert who either assembled the bomb or sourced the explosives. They say the bombs were likely assembled at another location and taken to the house.


    street view of the Top Thai Hotel in Pattaya where the suspects checked in on Feb 8. Below, an official inspects room No 310, where one suspect stayed. PHOTOS: PORNPROM SATRABHAYA

    Despite the neighbour's ignorance, what was found behind closed doors in the two-storey house was at least four kilogrammes of C4 explosives which were to be placed inside radio receivers. When they searched the house, police also found metal balls which they believed would maximise the impact of a blast and six magnets which they suspect would be used to attach the bombs to vehicles, possibly of Israeli diplomatic staff in Bangkok.

    But for the would-be bombers things didn't go to plan when one of the bombs exploded about 2.30pm on Tuesday inside the house.

    "I was working, then I heard some yelling," said Da Klongdan, 34, a maid who works at a home across the road from house No66. "Two men first came out, they were arguing. They weren't wearing shoes. They looked angry and nervous."

    According to Ms Da, the argument went on for several minutes, then there was an explosion from inside the house.

    "The two men then left quickly. Then a third man [believed to be Moradi] came out of the house, carrying a rucksack," she said. "He also ran off."

    Police also believe from interviews with witnesses that the fifth suspect may have left earlier in the day carrying a large suitcase.

    What followed was a sequence of events that would be farcical if not for its seriousness _ two bombers in flip-flops and one bleeding and carrying a rucksack filled with explosives _ running frantically down a suburban street.

    Injured Mr Moradi was the most desperate. He threw one of the home-made bombs at a pink cab that refused to stop for him on Soi Pridi Banomyong 31. At busy Soi 71, he made a sharp left and ran towards the Kasem Phithaya school 200m away. His luck got worse. As a police patrol car approached, Mr Moradi threw another bomb, but it hit either a passing pickup truck, a pole or a tree near a set of phone booths and rebounded in front of him, blowing off his lower legs and injuring five bystanders.



    "I was standing right here in front of the school," said Lordtap Lordpromsri, Kasem Phithaya school's 70-year-old security guard. "I saw it. He threw the bomb, it bounced off the pole and exploded."

    "The man lost both his legs in the third explosion of the day. He was lying on the ground, screaming."

    The ineptness of the bombers, coupled with the good fortune that the main victim of the attack was the perpetrator, has led many experts to believe that if this was a terror cell, it was not a very well-trained or competent one.

    A senior Thai official close to the investigation said Thai law enforcement officers believed the whole operation was "very amateurish". "Throwing bombs was a fit of anger that drew attention to himself," said the source.

    The Valentine's Day explosions _ following the bombing of Israeli targets in Georgia and India the previous day using similar methods _ provided useful ammunition for Israel in its campaign against Iran's nuclear programme and "terrorist" intentions. The Iranians dismissed the bombings as a "Zionist-orchestrated plot" to undermine their nuclear ambitions. The Thais played a straight bat and refused to identify the bombings as terrorism, that is, the targeting of soft civilian targets.

    But even as Israel and Iran exchanged accusations on Wednesday, all three men were in custody.

    Mr Moradi at Chulalongkorn hospital after a 10-hour operation, Mr Hazaei detained at Suvarnabhumi airport on Tuesday night after bomb-making materials were detected on his clothes, and Mr Masoud, detained in Kuala Lumpur by Malaysian authorities after he had simply jumped on a plane and left Thailand.

    The trio had been on the run for less than 24 hours.

    THE PATTAYA CONNECTION

    What do potential terrorists do when they arrive in an Asian country to allegedly blow up foreign diplomats?

    Head straight to the seaside resort of Pattaya for some R&R, of course.

    Immigration records show that Mr Moradi and Mr Hazaei entered the country at Phuket on Feb 8 on a flight from Malaysia. Mr Masoud, who claims he only met the other two socially in Malaysia, had travelled to Phuket from Kuala Lumpur the previous day.

    The entry date of the three men does not preclude them from being at the Bangkok house as immigration officials said all three had been in Thailand twice in the previous 12 months.

    But the Pattaya sojourn seems like an unusual stopover. Late on the evening of Feb 8, Mr Moradi booked into the Top Thai hotel, a six-storey building near bustling Pattaya 2 Road and its pulsating night-time entertainment venues.

    According to hotel staff, he was joined a short-time later by Mr Masoud. The men impressed the staff as well-presented and polite. They stayed in their rooms most of the day and only ventured out at night.

    "Mr Moradi was good looking and dressed neatly, as if he was a young entrepreneur," said one worker.

    "He was also polite and I can't believe that he would be a bomber."

    But Mr Moradi and his fellow Iranians were also looking for some female companionship.

    Last Wednesday, Chon Buri immigration officials detained a woman aged in her late 20s called Nan for questioning over the three men. The officials had become interested in the woman after interviewing hotel staff and motosai drivers in the area.

    Nan said she had met Mr Hazaei in the Balihai area of Pattaya and he had asked her to escort him during his stay as she spoke good English. He had also asked her to find female companions for his two friends.

    Nan was of interest to the immigration officials who wanted to confirm that the three men _ Mr Moradi, Mr Hazaei and Mr Masoud _ were acting alone and there were no other suspects involved. Nan said she and her friends had partied with the three men; drinking, eating and playing pool.

    A check of photos stored on Nan's mobile phone by immigration officials confirmed this, with the group relaxing around hookah pipes in a restaurant.

    Nan said she had been Mr Hazaei's companion during their Pattaya stay and she had not noticed any irregularities except on one occasion when he prevented her opening a wardrobe in his hotel room.

    She said last Monday he told her he had to go home so she called a taxi.

    Lt Gol Thawatchai Nongbua, an inspector at the Chon Buri immigration office said Nan's account was helpful in confirming that the three Iranian suspects had stayed in Pattaya together.

    Top Thai hotel staff confirmed that Mr Moradi and Mr Masoud checked out just before midday on Monday, leaving a 500 baht tip. One staffer said she was surprised they had left so soon as they believed Mr Moradi would stay for a long time as he had a large black suitcase and backpacks.

    Chon Buri immigration officials said their investigations are continuing and they are looking at the possibility that the bombs were assembled in Pattaya or the explosives procured there.

    They said the photographs on Nan's phone may identify a woman who can help them with their inquiries.

    They are also interested in several Iranian restaurants near the hotel. CCTV footage showed the men visiting one restaurant for a lengthy period. However, when immigration officers interviewed the owner of the restaurant he denied the trio had been on the premises.

    THE MYSTERY WOMAN

    Establishing whether others were involved in the bombing hangs largely around Rohan Leila and her movements, according to Metropolitan police.

    When Spectrum went to press, Mr Moradi had been charged with attempted murder and having explosives in his possession and the other three suspects have been charged with being in possession of explosives. A warrant had been issued for the arrest of the fifth suspect.

    Flight records seen by Spectrum show that Ms Leila travelled to Thailand at least three times in the past 10 months. Contrary to reports that she had Thai residency, Ms Leila was travelling on a 60-day tourist visa on each visit. She entered the country at Suvarnabhumi on every occasion, travelling on Mahan Air direct from Teheran to Bangkok, the records show.

    The United States Treasury Department has placed a ban on Mahan Air accusing it of ferrying operatives, weapons and funds for Iran's intelligence service.

    Ms Leila stayed for 24 days from April 17, 58 days from July 5 and 79 days from Oct 18. The records showed she last departed Thailand on Sep 5, with a police source saying she paid her fine for overstaying and left the country.

    A source in the Immigration Department said they were unsure as to when or whether Ms Leila had left Thailand as a woman similar to her in appearance had shown up in CCTV footage after Sep 5. However, police believe she is in Teheran which will make her arrest near impossible as Thailand has no extradition treaty with Iran.

    Ms Leila's travel records cross-matched with others could prove crucial to police in establishing patterns of association with other suspects and their movement in and out of the country.

    THE ONLY THING TO FEAR

    Irrespective of whether the Valentine's Day bombing and the two in India and Georgia were well-organised attacks or amateurish efforts, security experts agree that Asia is facing a new challenge.

    There are also theories that Hezbollah may have been involved in the attacks in retaliation for the killing of the former head of its external operations wing, Imad Mugniyah, in Damascus four years ago. The bombings in India and Georgia fell on the anniversary of his death, and Hezbollah has long vowed it will avenge Mugniyah's killing.

    John Boyd, group CEO of the regional security group Independent Protective Services, said of particular concern in the Bangkok bombings was the access to C4 from either military sources or a supplier with stolen C4.

    ''This may be a disappointing result for them this time,'' he said, ''but with those type of resources an experienced member could do a lot of damage. The Iranians are also big into the drug smuggling scene in the region now. This could also be linked as they need to raise funds. There is a huge influx of Iranians coming into the region now doing illegal activities.''

    Mr Boyd predicted more Mumbai-style attacks in Asia, saying it was easier and cheaper to get firearms. He said Sabah in Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia were obvious staging grounds. ''The future trend, as I have said over the past 10 years, is Asia will start to see foreign insurgents from the Middle East come in to conduct their operations. This is becoming the global economic power and the US and other coalition forces are winding down in the Middle East. Now the fight will start to creep into this part of the world.''

    Gavin Greenwood, a regional security analyst with Allan & Associates in Hong Kong, described the Bangkok bombing attempt as ''very inept stuff if carried out by a state-sponsored group''.

    ''The reported sequence of events there suggests there was a presumably premature explosion in a house used by the Iranian suspects _ not the work of professionals,'' he said.

    ''The narrative continues to point towards panic and ill-discipline (throwing a grenade at a taxi may be something we've all wanted to do at some time but pros would generally forego that pleasure) and the final Clouseau moment when a bomb thrown at the police bounces back and blows off the perpetrator's legs.''

    However he added it was likely a genuine event, with ''very useful timing'' for Israel and its allies and patrons.

    ''The Delhi and Tbilisi bombs were also pretty useless in terrorist terms _ merely confirming widespread views in the West that Iran is a sponsor of terrorism, albeit perhaps not a very formidable one.

    ''These three incidents are now obviously in the mix for justifying further action against Iran, either through enhanced sanctions _ though options are running out over what to ban _ or direct military action.

    ''The latter is still unlikely, though this could change if a 'successful' terrorist outrage in the near future can be tied to the three relatively minor incidents.''

    Keith Loveard, a regional security analyst with Concord Consulting, said in Southeast Asia counter-terrorism efforts have been largely successful in taking out established terrorist leaders or placing them under enormous pressure.

    ''So this naturally results in a situation in which new leaders have yet to emerge,'' he said. ''Those that learn from the experience of attacks like these ones and remain free will most likely develop a following and over time establish the capacity to make larger and more efficient attacks.''

    He added that ''current levels of expertise are quite low, hence the low casualty count. This makes it likely that this is a lull, but by no means the end of radical Islamist terrorism in Southeast Asia.''

    Paul Ruffini, Voranai Vanijaka, Piyaporn Wongruang, Luke Hunt and Wassayos Nghamkham contributed to this report.




    ROGUES’ GALLERY: Surveillance camera photos of the three suspects, identified by police as Mohammad Hazaei, left, Saeid Moradi, centre and Masoud Sedaghat Zadeh.


    THE LADY VANISHES: Photos taken at Suvarnabhumi airport of Rohani Leila who immigration officials say entered Thailand at least three times in the past 10 months.


    SIN CITY SESSION: Two Thai women party with the three bomb suspects in the Valentine’s Day bombings at a restaurant in Pattaya. Masoud Sedaghat Zadeh, left, was arrested in Malaysia, Mohammad Hazaei, centre, was detained at Suvarnabhumi Airport, and Saeid Moradi was badly injured in the bombings.

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    And Iran with nuclear weapons? On delivery, assume they got what they wanted from russia.

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    with all the Russians and their mafia in Pattaya,

    Thailand could be a good place to source nuclear materials from Russia,

    Thailand, the hub of Weapon of Mass Destruction

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly View Post

    Thailand, the hub of Weapon of Mass Destruction
    ....and latest member of the "Axis of Evil".

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    U-TAPAO must be a dream come true for any WMD smugler

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    It seems like there are going to be a few more names added to the Mossad hit list ,if they were not on it before. It looks to me like Miss Rohani is the Quartermaster for setting up housing, ensuring that they are fed and looked after, and the face of the operation.
    We,ll never know how the own goal happened in the house, C4 is supposed to be a very stable explosive, more stable than the best quality Semtex made in the Czeck Republic.
    Something went seriously wrong, sweaty hands on a detonator? an electrical surge? there are a few things it could have been.
    The main point someone in the house fucked up.

    I have a feeling the Thai,s know an awful lot more than they are telling Joe Public.
    Lets see what comes out in the wash...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Gribbs View Post
    These kind of unsopshiticated and inept attacks in Thailand, India, and Georgia don't appear to have the hallmarks of Iran on them. Iran has a history of pulling off large scale and spectacular attacks, like the attack on the Jewish center and Israeli Embassy in Buenos Aires, not this rinky dink shit. Don't forget, Iran is chalk full of Jews, these could have been Mossad agents looking to pin an attack on Israel and fucked up. Iran is always catching Iranian Jews spying and plotting for Israel. The Jews could be trying to garner sympathy in Asia, because they don't have the capabilities to take out Irans nuclear program through the use of force.
    It has absolutely every fingerprint of Iranian retaliation for what Israel did to their nuclear scientist.

    Didn't realise Iran was made of chalk though. This has every fingerprint of a socal post to it. Was it a gorilla attack?


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    Quote Originally Posted by hazz View Post
    ^If you are right, then the Iranians have one of the zonist agents in their hands, after all she rather foolishly returned to iran. Doubless she is at this very moment being persuaded to tell all and help the iranians roll up the rest of the cell, so we can then se these bad people being put on trial and punished.

    If we don't then I guess your theory will have to be written off as paranoid bollocks
    You are accepting that the lady who allegedly left Thailand on a plane heading to Iran stayed there. She may have jumped on a plane to some other country using another potentially forged passport.
    Then rather than just making some rather predictable statement without any evidence that its all the Israel's doing, they could have done a little digging. demonstrate the women did not go to iran, if she left the country where she went to, if she is in the country arrest her. That they have not, is very suggestive.

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    http://www.bangkokpost.com/breakingn...ti-iran-exiles

    Bomb suspects 'were anti-Iran exiles'


    Four Iranians suspected of involvement in a botched bomb plot targeting Israeli diplomats in Bangkok were members of an exiled Iranian opposition group which wanted the incident to reflect badly on Teheran, Syedsulaiman Husaini, Shia leader of Thailand, said on Sunday.

    He claimed the four belonged to the Mujahedin-e Khalq Organisation (also known as MEK, MKO and the People's Mujahedeen Organisation of Iran, or PMOI) which aims to overthrow the current Iranian government.
    The MEK has been on the US Department of State’s list of foreign terrorist organisations since 1977.

    Thai authorities and security agencies were not familiar with the group, said Mr Syedsulaima, who is also director of the Islamic studies centre at Al Mahdi Institute and former president of the Iran University Alumni Association.

    The Islamic scholar said the bomb incident was unlikely to be the work of the Iranian government as speculated because Bangkok and Teheran have good bilateral relations.

    A secret report by Iran’s security agency also indicated that the Iran nationals linked with Bangkok’s latest bomb plot were members of the MEK, reports said.

    Formed in the 1960s, the organisation participated in Iran’s 1979 Islamic revolution that replaced the country's pro-Western ruler, Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, with a Shi'ite Islamist regime led by the Ayatollah Khomeini. The MEK, whose ideology mixes Marxism and Islam, was expelled from Iran two years later after trying to stage an armed uprising against Khomeini.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrontiumDog View Post
    Bomb suspects 'were anti-Iran exiles' | Bangkok Post: breakingnews

    Bomb suspects 'were anti-Iran exiles'
    Four Iranians suspected of involvement in a botched bomb plot targeting Israeli diplomats in Bangkok were members of an exiled Iranian opposition group which wanted the incident to reflect badly on Teheran, Syedsulaiman Husaini, Shia leader of Thailand, said on Sunday.

    He claimed the four belonged to the Mujahedin-e Khalq Organisation (also known as MEK, MKO and the People's Mujahedeen Organisation of Iran, or PMOI) which aims to overthrow the current Iranian government.
    The MEK has been on the US Department of State’s list of foreign terrorist organisations since 1977.

    Thai authorities and security agencies were not familiar with the group, said Mr Syedsulaima, who is also director of the Islamic studies centre at Al Mahdi Institute and former president of the Iran University Alumni Association.

    The Islamic scholar said the bomb incident was unlikely to be the work of the Iranian government as speculated because Bangkok and Teheran have good bilateral relations.

    A secret report by Iran’s security agency also indicated that the Iran nationals linked with Bangkok’s latest bomb plot were members of the MEK, reports said.

    Formed in the 1960s, the organisation participated in Iran’s 1979 Islamic revolution that replaced the country's pro-Western ruler, Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, with a Shi'ite Islamist regime led by the Ayatollah Khomeini. The MEK, whose ideology mixes Marxism and Islam, was expelled from Iran two years later after trying to stage an armed uprising against Khomeini.
    Good ass covering.

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    Not very good for Miss Leila Rohani. As she has been in and out of Bangkok from Tehran along with the other members of the group.
    So if she is a terrorist against the Iranian state has she been arrested on her arrival in Tehran???Nah didn,t think so.....

    What a load of bollocks!! Now that Mossad knows their names.
    Sounds more like they are QUDS which is part of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard. They just fecked up in Bangkok thats all.

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    It wasn't hard to figure out this group of clowns had nothing to do with the Iranian government, but were trying to make Iran look bad. These clowns might not be defacto Mossad agents, but their group is most likely funded by Israel. They both want to destroy the current Iranian regime. As I said earlier there is no way the Iranian government would be behind some rinky dink operation like this, using a bunch of fucking literature majoring university students with no expertise in bomb making.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thehighlander959 View Post
    It seems like there are going to be a few more names added to the Mossad hit list ,if they were not on it before. It looks to me like Miss Rohani is the Quartermaster for setting up housing, ensuring that they are fed and looked after, and the face of the operation.
    She is one evil looking muslim bitch

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
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    These kind of unsopshiticated and inept attacks in Thailand, India, and Georgia don't appear to have the hallmarks of Iran on them. Iran has a history of pulling off large scale and spectacular attacks, like the attack on the Jewish center and Israeli Embassy in Buenos Aires, not this rinky dink shit. Don't forget, Iran is chalk full of Jews, these could have been Mossad agents looking to pin an attack on Israel and fucked up. Iran is always catching Iranian Jews spying and plotting for Israel. The Jews could be trying to garner sympathy in Asia, because they don't have the capabilities to take out Irans nuclear program through the use of force.
    It has absolutely every fingerprint of Iranian retaliation for what Israel did to their nuclear scientist.

    Didn't realise Iran was made of chalk though. This has every fingerprint of a socal post to it. Was it a gorilla attack?

    Ho did I make it into that reply ? Can you splain that a little better

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrontiumDog View Post
    http://www.bangkokpost.com/breakingn...ti-iran-exiles

    Bomb suspects 'were anti-Iran exiles' wanted the incident to reflect badly on Teheran, Syedsulaiman Husaini, Shia leader of Thailand, said on Sunday.
    They couldn't have done a better job, if this was the objective.

    I think the Iranian govt is just using this as a clever excuse for their shitty, poorly trained assassins.

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    ^But it could also be true, after all there are people driving round in iran rather successfully putting bombs on the cars of its scientists. Although presumably different ones, who actually know how to handle explosives without blowing themselves up.

    So which of these scenarios is true, was it iranian dissidents or the establishment? the truth will be in how iran handles these two individuals, the woman who rented the property and the alleges trainer. Then it will be interesting what digging into the background of these 5 individuals brings out.

    At the moment I am inclined to think this is the work of some branch of the iranian government. If these were exiled dissents, running to iran after the plan fucks up, just seems a very stupid and painful thing to do to yourself. Given that the iranian security services would be very keen to find you and persuade you to confess all and some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hazz View Post
    ^But it could also be true, after all there are people driving round in iran rather successfully putting bombs on the cars of its scientists. Although presumably different ones, who actually know how to handle explosives without blowing themselves up.

    So which of these scenarios is true, was it iranian dissidents or the establishment? the truth will be in how iran handles these two individuals, the woman who rented the property and the alleges trainer. Then it will be interesting what digging into the background of these 5 individuals brings out.

    At the moment I am inclined to think this is the work of some branch of the iranian government. If these were exiled dissents, running to iran after the plan fucks up, just seems a very stupid and painful thing to do to yourself. Given that the iranian security services would be very keen to find you and persuade you to confess all and some.
    Yeah that does make it tough for the opposition Iranians , in a plot like this. Where do they go after the fact? Might be interesting if the Saudi's will help these guys and give them cover in Saudi Arabia after they do something.

    Everyone, even the TD Nazi's, seems to forget that the Saudi's take Iran as as big of threat as Israel does

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