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January 17, 2007

Iran War Watch: Iran Shoots Down U.S. Spy Drone

Topics: Iran

As we continue ever closer to all-out war with Iran, a war not of our choosing but one that appears to be inevitable, Xinhua is reporting an Iranian lawmaker announced on Tuesday that Iranian troops have shot down a U.S. pilotless spy plane recently.

The aircraft was brought down when it was trying to cross the borders "during the last few days," Seyed Nezam Mola Hoveizeh, a member of the parliament, was quoted by the local Fars News Agency as saying.

The lawmaker gave no exact date of the shooting-down or any other details about the incident, but he said that "the United States sent such spy drones to the region every now and then."

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Let's not forget that we have actually been at war with Iran since 1979.

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Posted by Richard at January 17, 2007 7:30 AM

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