Iran to make U.S. "regret" detention of Iranians: Mottaki

Discussion in 'Politics' started by bluud, Jun 13, 2007.

  1. bluud


    TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran will make the United States "regret" its detention of five Iranians in Iraq since early this year, Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki said on Tuesday.

    Iran says the five Iranians detained by U.S. forces in the northern Iraqi city of Arbil in January are diplomats and has demanded their release. U.S. officials say they were involved in supporting militants inside Iraq.

    "We will make the Americans regret their ugly and illegal action against the Islamic Republic of Iran's consulate in Arbil, Iraq, and the abduction of the five Iranian diplomats," Mottaki said, according to the state broadcaster's Web site.

  2. Ouch, im sure their running scared.

    The fact is, the criminal policy of rendition is , and has been entirely counterproductive, like every half assed bullshit the US has pulled in the last 100 years.

    Not a goddamn thing, has worked properly, IMHO, because they cant differentiate between torture induced confessions, and provable fact.
    Direct lineage from Puritanical justice, the actual system hasnt changed at all, guilty until proven innocent, but if you are vastly, and outrageously guilty, then-repent, show "respect" to the court, and well, you got yourself a bed and breakfast stay at the samaritan inn.
    Nevermind, the mofos put you there, unjustly, to begin with, that dont matter.
    Rant over.