Iran Guards: Officer killed in blast a 'martyr'
Dudi Cohen
Published: 13.11.11, 19:23
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1. A martyr?
Robert ,   NY USA   (11.13.11)
A bunch of oil spoiled, immature idiots, who have 57 countries, but have constant tantrums because they can't have the one tiny nation for Jews, is a martyr? Sounds more like an idiot. A dead idiot.
2. Excellent riddance.
Jeff ,   Brussels   (11.13.11)
Step by step the world will be a better place.
3. 'To-Mato... (Verb :to become a martyr )
R Seener ,   London England   (11.13.11)
LAWRENCE ,   SAFED ISRAEL   (11.13.11)
5. In the immortal words of Bugs Bunny ....
Sarah B ,   U.S.A. / Israel   (11.13.11)
... How twagic. How twuly, twuly twagic. Israel's coming. In fact, we've been. Learn the lesson and step back. Either that, or prepare for the worst. If the Islamic Republic doesn't learn, something far worse is coming. Trust me.
6. Shahid Hassan Tehrani Moqaddam
JUDAH THE LION   (11.13.11)
SEVENTY TWO virgins from all over Islamic countries awaiting for him in hell
7. Sarah B #5
Gee ,   Zikron Yaakov   (11.13.11)
I was thinking more on the lines of: ......That's all folks!" ;)
8. That WIMP got what he deserved !
Chris Rettenmoser ,   Bayerisch Gmain Germ   (11.13.11)
9. To: Gee at No. 7
Sarah B ,   U.S.A. / Israel   (11.13.11)
That works, too! The Iranians have no idea what they stepped into, do they?
10. ...and what are the others who also died? "kippara"?
Jack ,   San Diego, USA   (11.14.11)
11. He helped Hamas & Hiz "triumph" over Israel??
William ,   Israel   (11.14.11)
If that's true, then maybe Hamas and Hizbullah were just paying him back for his assistance to their "triumph".
12. Sarah B. #9
Gee ,   Zikron Yaakov   (11.14.11)
Nary a clue, but they will be finding out over time and more things go wrong. I just hope the Mossad Eagle was far enough away from the area before the blasts. Iranian rockets are liquid fueled (1940s and 1950s technology) and stored without fuel or warheads. So I have two questions. First why was a General supervising the movement of ammunition? I didn't do that as a Lt. Col, never saw or heard of any General doing it. Second how was the blast heard and felt 45 km away? That takes a really large explosion to do that.
13. Sarah B. - Bugs Bunny
Moragh   (11.14.11)
How twagic. How twuly, twuly twagic. I have laughed myself sick with that one. That was brilliant Sarah. Let's have some more.
14. #1
joel ,   usa   (11.14.11)
terrorists are never martyrs
15. If accident why martyr ? (End)
Nora Tel Aviv   (11.14.11)
16. shame he couldn't quit smoking, he is still smoking. lol
in HELL   (11.14.11)
17. To: Moragh at No. 13
Sarah B ,   U.S.A. / Israel   (11.14.11)
I will do my best. Frankly, I've been trying to work in Foghorn Leghorn for the longest time (my personal favorite). I'm tellin' ya' boy, I'm tellin' ya! Lumpteen thousand and a doo-dah day! Doo dah! Doo dah! (Just visiting my inner child ....)
18. To: Gee at No. 12
Sarah B ,   U.S.A. / Israel   (11.14.11)
Amazing, isn't it? Kind of reminds me of Jimmy Breslin's "The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight." Classic line -- "He died of natural causes. His heart stopped when someone pumped five bullets into it." Forget the Iranian spin, or who was supervising what. No one was "moving ammunition." Courtesy Mossad and the IDF, Iran got caught with its pants down. Oh, wait. The mullahs don't wear pants, do they? So much the easier. Seriously, my sources -- which are actually pretty good -- tell me that the death toll was much, much higher than that which the Iranians are claiming, and the base -- missiles included -- was completely destroyed. That would explain the 45 kilometer blast effect. The Iranians really have no idea what Israel can bring to bear, do they? They need to learn that Iran is Israel's bitch. The longer it takes them to learn that, the harder that lesson will become. We're not playing any more, are we?
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