“American Can Do No Wrong”
First there were theÂ botched attacksÂ in New Delhi, Tbilisi and Bangkok.
Now this photo has emerged from a pro-Iranian regime demonstration in Tehran:
The world moves closer to the edge. “Iran helping al Qaeda plot attack on West, intelligence sources say,” from theÂ New York Post, February 15 (thanks to Anne Crockett):
LONDON — Iran and al Qaeda’s core leadership under Ayman al Zawahiri have established an operational relationship amid fears the terror group is planning an attack against the West.
Andrew Bolt â€“ Thursday, February 16, 12
You really have to try hard to dig up someone as maniacally anti-Israeli asÂ Geneive Abdo, tne formerÂ GuardianÂ journalist and now Iran “expert” at a minor Washington thinktank. But the ABC’sÂ World TodayÂ has managed it, ringing her to discussÂ attacks on Israeli diplomatsÂ in three countries:
ELEANOR HALL: Iran’s leadership says it’s sheer lies that it’s behind the attacks and that theÂ Israelis have planted the bombs themselvesÂ to discredit Iran?
GENEIVE ABDO: Well I think that’s entirely possible. I mean, if you consider what the Israelis did for many years in Lebanon and other parts of the Middle East, that theory is not so farfetched….
ELEANOR HALL: So how dangerous do you think the situation is right now?
GENEIVE ABDO: Well I think it’s very dangerous. It’s far more dangerous than probably any escalation tension that we’ve seen in 30 years. So, you know, you have the Israelis not willing to live with a nuclear Iran. You have the Iranians going forward with their nuclear program. And you have an American president trying to be re-elected with a Jewish lobby in the United States that’s extremely powerful.
ELEANOR HALL: Would an Israeli government consult the US before any strike?
GENEIVE ABDO: Well I think the Israelis would certainly consult the United States and expect a tacit approval, especially under the leadership of prime minister Netanyahu, who has shown that we’re dealing with a very extremist Israeli government.
Thankfully, that stupidity isÂ matched by that of the Iranian terrorists:
Suspect Saeid Moradi, was seriously injured by a hand grenade when he hurled it at police, but it bounced back from a vehicle. The explosion tore off his legs.