Jan 26 2007

US Nabs Top Iranian In Iraq

Published by at 7:11 pm under All General Discussions,Iraq

I’ll just hand this over to Gateway Pundit for the great news:

The U.S. ambassador said Wednesday that one of the Iranians detained by U.S. forces in Iraq during two raids over the past month was the director of operations for Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Quds faction, the organization responsible for funding and arming Iraqi militants.

I would like to see much more of the same in the coming weeks.

5 responses so far

5 Responses to “US Nabs Top Iranian In Iraq”

  1. crosspatch says:

    I wonder … is he one of the ones that were let go or is he one of those we are still holding?

  2. crosspatch says:

    Also sounds like the Iraqi people are getting tired of the terrorism too:

    Diyala province

    — A governmental source in Khalis town 10kms north of Baqouba said that people from Al Kobat village arrested 5 insurgents from Majlis Shora Al Mujahideen organization linked to Al Qaida on Thursday last night. The people handed over the insurgents to the Iraq army.

    I am loving it. The people themselves identifying the terrorists and handing them over to the Iraqi army.

  3. TomAnon says:

    Hey CP you remember two weeks ago they nabbed five people up on the Iranian border one of which was Hassan Abbassi, “The Dr Kissinger of Islam” and also the guru of the IIRGC? You think this guy, Mahommad Jaafari Sharoudi, was picked up in seperate raid or at the same time? In any case these are seriously deranged bad guys. In no way should we sent them back unless it is in a body bag.

  4. For Enforcement says:

    About 50 years at Gitmo ought to be about right.

  5. BarbaraS says:

    It is a real sad thing to think that our soldiers fought these militia and insurgent guys with risk to their lives and these people were released because some mucky muck said the guy was a nephew to a friend of mine. That only meant that our soldiers had to fight this guy again risking their lives again. This could go on forever and evidently has. No wonder this war is taking forever. What our soldiers ought to do is take no prisoners. But then the media would be there to accuse them of atrocities. What the military ought to do is ban the media from the battlefront. They don’t print the truth anyway so what does it matter.