'US-backed' bomber kills top Iran Revolutionary Guards
Middle East Online
18-Oct-2009 (one comment)

The strike took place when
officers from the Guards were preparing to stage a meeting between
local leaders of Shiite and Sunni communities. Some local tribal heads and several senior officers of the Guards were among the slain, the newsagency said.

In August, a top Jundallah
said that his militant group received orders from the United States to
launch terror attacks inside the Islamic republic.

"The United States created and supported Jundallah and we received orders from them," Rigi said.

"They (US officials) told
us who to shoot and who not to. All orders came from them. They told us
that they will provide us with everything we need like money and


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IRI created this martyrdom culture 30 years ago and is being promoting for it day and night for 30 years now, and you have the audacity to call this a "Bush legacy"??

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