Friday, January 06, 2006

Anger as Britain Admits it was Wrong to Blame Iran for Deaths in Iraq

This is a very interesting development.
When America and Israeli are looking set to attack Iran, why is the Uk suddenly backing off?
Soldiers families are angry about the politics being played with the deaths of their children.
Could our Albion just be respecting the trurh?
I doubt it.


Anger as Britain Admits it was Wrong to Blame Iran for Deaths in Iraq: "MPs and soldiers' families have demanded an explanation from the Government after a U-turn over claims that Iran was complicit in the killing of British soldiers in southern Iraq.

Britain has dropped the charge of Iranian involvement after senior officials had repeatedly accused the Tehran regime of supplying sophisticated explosive devices to insurgents. Government officials now acknowledge that there is no evidence, or even reliable intelligence, connecting the Iranian government to the infra-red triggered bombs which have killed 10 British soldiers in the past eight months.

The twist comes three months after British officials first made strong assertions, widely reported in the media, of an Iranian hand in killing British soldiers. The highly publicised allegations emerged as America was locked in tense confrontation with Iran over its nuclear policy. It led to a major row and the US Defence Secretary, Donald Rumsfeld, warned Tehran of the consequences of continuing interference in Iraq."

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