These tit for tat news articles sadly remind us of children in a school yard play fighting, but with deadly weaponry.
Weapons used in Iran attacks came from the U.S.
2/18/2007 12:36:00 PM GMT
By: Emile Tayyip
Local police have restored security and tranquility to Zahedan after a bomb attack ripped through the city Friday night, a day after another explosion involving an attack on a bus owned by the local Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps killed about 18 people and wounded 31 others in the same city.
“Terrorist agents try to implement their ominous plots without being bothered at all,” Zahedan Governor General Hassan-Ali Nouri told IRNA, adding that “the explosion in Zahedan Friday night was just a blind operation,” Nouri said.
Was the attacks a new attempt to fuel tension between the Sunnis and the Shias, and expand it to include not just Iraq but Iran as well?
Citing “informed source”, the semi-official Fars news agency reported on Saturday that the explosive devices and arsenals used in the recent wave of explosions that hit the southeastern Iranian city of Zahedan starting Wednesday came from the United States.
The Fars report said that documents, photographs and film footage, showed that the explosives and arsenals used in the attacks were American.
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