Opet ista prica kao i pre Iraka,
iste zemlje se kao bune a USA i dalje radi pos`o.
Pocecu da razmisljam da svi ovi tzv. veliki rade zajedno protiv malih zemalja i arapa
Blood Money to Iraq Insurgents
Posters showing an American soldier with blood spurting out of his head
are being used by Iraqi insurgents to raise money in Europe.
The campaign is called "10 Euros for Resistance." That's about
$12, and people in Italy and the Netherlands seem to be chipping in,
according to Rep. Sue Kelly, R-N.Y.
"Ten euros for resistance, and people who are giving the money
don't care if it buys weapons. It's all for the resistance," Kelly
Kelly says that the European countries where the campaign has
been launched, as well as some in the Mideast, have done little to stop
"It makes me very angry that our supposed allies would be
helping and not stop something like this Web site, '10 Euros for the
Resistance.' It's wrong," she said.
The cash is moved to Iraq through Syria, helping the insurgents
stay on the move, resupply and prepare new attacks on American
soldiers, Kelly said.Iraqi insurgents using Austrian rifles from Iran
The Steyr HS50 is a long range, high precision rifleAustrian sniper rifles that were exported to Iran have been
discovered in the hands of Iraqi terrorists, The Daily Telegraph has
More than 100 of the.50 calibre weapons,
capable of penetrating body armour, have been discovered by American
troops during raids.
The guns were part of a shipment of 800 rifles that the Austrian company, Steyr-Mannlicher, exported legally to Iran last year.
sale was condemned in Washington and London because officials were
worried that the weapons would be used by insurgents against British
and American troops.
Within 45 days of the first HS50
Steyr Mannlicher rifles arriving in Iran, an American officer in an
armoured vehicle was shot dead by an Iraqi insurgent using the weapon.
the last six months American forces have found small caches of the
£10,000 rifles but in the last 24 hours a raid in Baghdad brought the
total to more than 100, US defence sources reported.
The find is the latest in a series of discoveries that indicate that Teheran is providing support to Iraq's Shia insurgents.
Ahmadinejad, the Iranian president, yesterday denied that Iran had
supplied weapons to Iraqi insurgents. But on Sunday US officials in
Baghdad displayed a range of weapons they claimed had originated in Iran.
They said 170 American and British soldiers had been killed by such weapons.
discovery of the sniper rifles will further encourage those in
Washington who want to see Iran's uranium-enriching facilities
destroyed before a nuclear weapon is produced.
Foreign Office expressed "serious concerns" over the sale of the rifles
last year and Britain protested to the Austrian government.
Foreign Office spokesman said last night: "Although we did make our
worries known the sale unfortunately went ahead and now the potential
that these weapons could fall into the wrong hands appears to have
The rifle can pierce all body armour from up to a mile and penetrate armoured Humvee troop carriers.
It is highly accurate and fires a round called an armour piercing incendiary, a bullet that the Iranians manufacture.
National Iranian Police Organisation bought the rifles allegedly to use
them against drug smugglers in an £8 million order placed with Steyr in
Ovo je samo kap u moru europske solidarnosti sa Irakom.