Iran: We have 70,000 suicide bombers ready to strike Israel

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PostWed Jan 07, 2009 5:47 am » by Becks

More than 70,000 Iranian student volunteers have registered to carry out suicide bombings against Israel because of Israel's assault on the Gaza Strip.

According to the official IRNA news agency, hardline student leader Esmaeil Ahmadi says the students want to fight Israel in support of Hamas - Gaza's Islamic militant rulers.

Five hard-line student groups and a conservative clerical group launched a registration drive last week to ask the government to allow them to stage the suicide attacks.

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's government has not responded to the call yet.

The government never responded to similar requests in the past. This raises the likelihood that the calls are mainly for propaganda purposes.

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PostWed Jan 07, 2009 8:22 pm » by Towelie

This is awfull to hear, someone needs to intervene in Gaza and soon. The Red Cross should go in surrounded by U.N. peacekeepers and if anyone fires at them the peacekeepers fire back i bet that would help stop things fast. The whole world would approve of the U.N. doing this as they would be protecting the doctors/Nurses - and no one would have a reason to fire upon them to start (and if anyone did well theyd deserve to be shot back at).
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PostWed Jan 07, 2009 8:26 pm » by Pindz

WOW :o

nice find BECKS :robot:

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PostWed Jan 07, 2009 9:08 pm » by Alexrubic

I understand that the US continually vetoes any move by the UN to intervene in the Gaza massacre.
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