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August 22, 2006

Three Iranian factories 'mass-produce bombs to kill British in Iraq'

Topics: Iran

Three factories in Iran are mass-producing sophisticated roadside bombs used to kill British soldiers over the border in Iraq. The lethal bombs are being made by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps at ordnance factory sites in Teheran:

The Sunday Telegraph revealed in April that Iranian-made devices employing several EFPs, directed at different angles, were being used in Iraq.

And in June, this newspaper obtained the first picture of one of the Iraqi insurgent weapons - designed to fire an armour-piercing EFP - believed to have been responsible for the deaths of 17 British soldiers.

British Government scientists have already established that the mines are precision-made weapons thought to have been turned on a lathe by craftsmen trained in the manufacture of munitions.

Members of the Washington-based Iran Policy Committee have released the details about the three bomb factories gathered by the exile group, the National Council for Resistance in Iran (NCRI).

Just how much evidence is needed before the West wakes up to Iran's ambitions and interference in Iraq, Lebanon, Venezuela, and elsewhere throughout the world through the exporting of their Islamic revolution?

And then there's that not so little matter of their planned use of that "peaceful" nuclear technology to make atomic bombs.

Posted by Richard at August 22, 2006 6:46 AM

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