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Old 01-27-2007, 09:34 AM
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lol Iran has been sticking their hands into the Iraqi cookie jar since we invaded. I can't even count the number of Iranians we've killed or captured (just my guys) since the war kicked off.

My question I guess is, who DIDN'T know Iran was helping out in Iraq?
Just reading an article in Jane's DW. It says that Iran has also replenished Hizbullahs arms inventory.
Do we have the manpower to fix Iran as well? They are certainly not making life easy for us ..
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Old 01-27-2007, 12:33 PM
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Iran has its nose in most middle eastern affairs.........its their steps to become a regional superpower
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Old 01-27-2007, 12:47 PM
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Iran has its nose in most middle eastern affairs.........its their steps to become a regional superpower
Thats their aim bro.... always was.... without saying too much, anybody some time back going to Bekka valley, and then to the border with Syria to he honest would meet the Syrian Army who were a pain in the *** 20 miles before we reached the border with Syria..... ideal for control which in this case is gun running for Hez...
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Just reading an article in Jane's DW. It says that Iran has also replenished Hizbullahs arms inventory.
Do we have the manpower to fix Iran as well? They are certainly not making life easy for us ..
Czech's are also taking the occasional trip to Iraq.
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Old 01-28-2007, 10:42 AM
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Czech's are also taking the occasional trip to Iraq.
Doing security work ?
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Old 01-30-2007, 10:43 AM
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Thats their aim bro.... always was.... without saying too much, anybody some time back going to Bekka valley, and then to the border with Syria to he honest would meet the Syrian Army who were a pain in the *** 20 miles before we reached the border with Syria..... ideal for control which in this case is gun running for Hez...
Fingers in pies mate.......enforceing their influance????
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Fingers in pies mate.......enforceing their influance????
Yep, they have being at it since the Iran/Iraq war....
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Doing security work ?
More like anti-security work.
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Old 01-31-2007, 03:27 PM
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More like anti-security work.
Not heard about that . If you have an article please post it ...
The Czech government were worried about having their embassey bombed in Baghdad due to the high numbers of Czech security personnel in Iraq .
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Not heard about that . If you have an article please post it ...
The Czech government were worried about having their embassey bombed in Baghdad due to the high numbers of Czech security personnel in Iraq .
Excuse me, I meant to say Chechen. And yes, there are Czechs doing security over here.
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