Suicide Bombers in Iran - Pics




 
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May 27th, 2006  
phoenix80
 
 

Topic: Suicide Bombers in Iran - Pics


Suicide Bombers in Iran - Pics





It's scary, stupid and worthless!

See it for yourself

These are our enemies in the War on Terror. I am posting this just as a reminder to those people who often forget what type of a threat this "Radical Islamic Jihadism" can be.

Suicide Bombers gather in Tehran, by Fox News Channel


Cross-posted at the Shotgun weblog
May 28th, 2006  
Rob Henderson
 
 
Maybe we should just take the people with the red bandanas out...hahaha..But on a serious note, I dont get why people who take pictures like this dont have some kind of weapon to kill these folks..I suppose they were taken by terrorists and shown off like Osama Bin Laden's videos...But seriously, if these people arent terrorists themselves, why are they bothering to simply take pictures and not DO SOMETHING about it?!...Sorry, that just bothers me...
May 30th, 2006  
5.56X45mm
 
 
Argghhh...............


I get pissed off that people call them Suicide Bombers they aren't suicide bombers. They are Murder Bombers. These people do not simply kill themselves. They target women and childern. They target the elderly and the sick. They kill others, not themselves, but others. These people are murderers becaus ethey use themselves as weapons to target and kill others.
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May 30th, 2006  
phoenix80
 
 
they are indeed homicide bombers
May 30th, 2006  
bulldogg
 
 
Henderson, to understand journalists better I would suggest some summer reading for you, start with "The Quiet American".
June 1st, 2006  
Easy-8
 
 
And wait there is more.

Nuke dispute is basis for Iranian PC game

By Reuters

Published: May 29, 2006, 9:25 AM PDT


Rugged veteran Iranian special forces hero "Commander Bahman" will soon be tackling one of his toughest missions, rescuing one of his country's top atomic scientists captured by U.S. forces in Iraq.

Or he will be doing so soon on computer screens across the Islamic Republic, the Fars news agency reported Sunday.
The agency said a computer game detailing the fictional Commander Bahman's adventures, designed by schoolchildren belonging to the Union of Islamic Student Societies, would be available before March 2007.
When contacted by Reuters, the Union declined to give any details of the game but said it would hold a news conference as soon as the cyberspace rescue mission is launched.
The Fars news agency said that in the game's narrative Iranian atomic scientist "Doctor Kousha" goes on a pilgrimage to the Shi'ite Muslim holy city of Kerbala in Iraq where he is seized by U.S. troops.

If the game reaches the shops, it will be a sharp riposte to a popular U.S. computer game about a special forces mission to destroy Iran's nuclear facilities.
"U.S. attacks Iran" or "Assault on Iran" was made by Kuma Reality games whose war games often tie into news stories. Those downloadable troops angered many Iranians who signed a petition asking that it be scrapped.
In real life, Iran's nuclear activities are under scrutiny by the U.N. Security Council for failing to convince the United States and some of Washington's Western allies that its research is not part of a quest to create atomic weapons. Tehran insists its work is peaceful.

http://news.com.com/Nuke+dispute+is+...l?tag=nefd.top
June 1st, 2006  
Rob Henderson
 
 
I just dont understand how we are able to get pictures of these people but we cant get them killed before they go and blow up our troops!
June 1st, 2006  
Easy-8
 
 




June 2nd, 2006  
phoenix80
 
 
Sack them before they sack us!
June 2nd, 2006  
Rob Henderson
 
 
Exactly!