Monday, December 25, 2006

What does this mean in relation to the Iraq Surrender Report?


The famous Iraqi Study (Surrender Monkeys) Group report leaned heavily on the idea of negotiating with Terrorist Supporting States (nations) including Syria and Iran.
Iran which has been identified as the nation which is manufacturing a number of Explosive devices which have been used against United States and Allied troops. However despite this action by Iran, the Iraq Surrender Group suggested that we negotiate with the Terrorist supporting nation state. The apparent motive of this negotiation would be to reduce the effect of terrorism and attacks by Shiite groups. Groups in Iraq that are using these munitions provided by Iran to kill allies and innocent Iraqi civilians.
However this weekend, for some reason, as part of the holiday weekend news dump, which means that the information won't get the attention it deserves, it was reported that Iranian senior military personnel and two diplomats were captured during a sweep of suspected insurgents.
The Diplomats were released, but the senior military Officers were detained, as they did not have diplomatic papers.
The United States is now holding, apparently for the first time, Iranians who it suspects of planning attacks. One senior administration official said, “This is going to be a tense but clarifying moment.”
“It’s our position that the
Iraqis have to seize this opportunity to sort out with the Iranians just what kind of behavior they are going to tolerate,” the official said, declining to speak on the record because the details of the raid and investigation were not yet public. “They are going to have to confront the evidence that the Iranians are deeply involved in some of the acts of violence.”
In short, the Iraqi's need to ask Iran how long the Iranian Military Officers are going to be working in Iraq as Terrorists.
American and Iraqi officials have long accused Iran of interfering in this country’s internal affairs, but have rarely produced evidence. The administration presented last week’s arrests as a potential confirmation of the link. Mr. Johndroe said, “We suspect this event validates our claims about Iranian meddling, but we want to finish our investigation of the detained Iranians before characterizing their activities.” He added: “We will be better able to explain what this means about the larger picture after we finish our investigation.”
In the raids, the Americans also detained a number of Iraqis. Western and Iraqi officials said that following normal protocol, the two Iranian diplomats were turned over to the Iraqi government after being questioned. The Iraqis, in turn, released them to the Iranian Embassy. An Iraqi official said his government had strained to keep the affair out of the public eye to avoid scuttling the talks with Iran that were now under way.
Why of course, we wouldn't want to endanger the peace talks just because the other party at the table is not only lying but is working to overthrow the elected government of Iraq. That might mess up the implementation of the Iraq Surrender plan that has been embraced by the moronic left.

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