Monday, January 22, 2007
Terrorism Tehran-style (via Hezbullah Islamic Terrorists)
Courier Mail, Australia - Jan 21, 2007
YOU know it's not business as usual when prosecutors from one country file a criminal indictment against another country's head of state.
But that's precisely what happened late last year when Argentine authorities laid terrorism charges against former Iranian president Ali Akbar Rafsanjani.
In open court, Rafsanjani and other retired Iranian government officials were formally accused of masterminding the bombing of a Jewish community centre in 1994. The AMIA building in Buenos Aires was flattened in an explosion that killed 85 people and wounded more than 200 other civilians.
But despite countless litres of innocent blood on its hands, Hezbollah's defenders insist the movement does not engage in terrorism. ...