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Iran: UK behind 1980 embassy siege

 
Alex CIA Jones
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04/30/2008 10:05 PM
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Iran: UK behind 1980 embassy siege
Iran: UK behind 1980 embassy siege

Tuesday, April 29, 2008
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Iran says the 1980 siege of the Iranian embassy in London was orchestrated by the UK government in a bid to serve American interests.

Deputy Head of Iran's Armed Forces Headquarters, Brigadier General Seyyed Massoud Jazayeri, described the siege laid by a six-man terrorist team to Iran's embassy on April 30, 1980 as a politically-motivated operation directed by the then British government.

"Subsequent investigations into the matter revealed that the terrorist operation had been led by the British government as part of an effort to assist the US government in the issue of the seizure of the US embassy in Tehran in November 1979."

Gen. Jazayeri said according to the international law, the UK government is obliged to compensate for the mental scars left by the incident even if it is presumed that it did not have a hand in the incident.

The Iranian commander urged further investigations into the still-open case, adding the matter called for an official apology from the British government to the Islamic Republic.

On the morning of Wednesday April 30, 1980, six gunmen attacked the Iranian embassy in London and held 26 people hostage. After a six-day stand-off, the Special Air Service (SAS) launched a dramatic attack on the hostage-takers, bringing the siege to an end with 19 hostages freed, seven dead, and many injured.
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04/30/2008 10:21 PM
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Re: Iran: UK behind 1980 embassy siege
Further proof that Iran is now adhering to the demands of the U.S. government to postpone a strike.

The government is trying to bankrupt this country to forge the NAU, so it's no surprise that Iran dumped the dollar today. It is bad for the U.S., but fits well into the neo-cons' plan.

Others think it is, instead, a provocation for us to attack. It is not. Alex Jones has stated that he now believes Ahmidensdjklad is a puppet of the neo-cons for obvious reasons.
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04/30/2008 10:22 PM
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Re: Iran: UK behind 1980 embassy siege
To clarify: we demanded, probably, that they make this claim about the UK to excuse us from obvious guilt.

There is no question we are responsible.





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