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The Delhi Police Commissioner, B K Gupta, said that as the car approached a crossing, the wife of an Israeli defence ministry official, Tal Yehoshua-Koren, noticed a motorcyclist ride up and stick what appeared to be a magnetic device on the car. The car had driven a short distance when there was an explosion and it caught fire.
Originally posted by Tifozi
Not even a day has passed and they are already blaming the attacks on Iran?
Originally posted by Sintabon3
The ridiculous claims of the Anti-israel shils here, degrades this forum - As usual, after the regular israel slander, it seems they were right in the first place...an Iranian group caught by the Thai police, keep on supporting terrorsits,
I'm incredibly suspicious of who is responsible for these attacks, after the attacks were carried out in the exact same manner as the assassination of the Iranian scientists!
Originally posted by Tifozi
Originally posted by Aeons
Because, people never learn from each other? Adopting things that work is utterly unheard of? Magnets....a purely jewish phenomena?
No. Magnetic bombs have been in use since WW2, when they were strapped into ships hulls and blown up from a distance.
They have been widely used in Iraq and Afghanistan too, although those didn't use magnetic materials(most of the times), they were more often "sticky" bombs than anything else.
But the thing is... Two targets from very different countries (enemies, actually), with very little in common, were attacked in the same manner.
One killed 2 and blasted the whole car. The other made people go to the hospital to remove splinters.
As far as I want to keep neutral and logical, this doesn't smell right.
Originally posted by mr-lizard
So basically this is Mossad.
Trying to create a reason for a war with Iran.
I was only quoting the article for discussion.
I don't understand why you're getting so upset and defensive about it. I didn't straight out say Israel was responsible, I merely said I was suspicious about the situation.
I also didn't realise you were such an expert in planting explosive devices.
He thinks that being correct in some arguments gives him the right to be arrogant towards other members.
Apparently nobody tough him what a debate or conversation is, and he is so concerned with proving himself right that he didn't even notice that sticky bombs and all that crap was already mentioned a couple of pages ago, even stating that the technology he portrays being used "only by mossad" has been in use since WW2, and has been used a lot in both Iraq and Afghanistan.
Deadly attacks on Iranian nuclear scientists are being carried out by an Iranian dissident group that is financed, trained and armed by Israel’s secret service, U.S. officials tell NBC News, confirming charges leveled by Iran’s leaders.
Ok, so the guy was Iranian but that doesn't necessarily mean that Iran did this.
It could be Israel that did this.
I'm wondering if these Iranians were a part of the People’s Mujahedin of Iran.
Isn't it interesting that Israel is blaming Iran of the Indian bombings at the same time as the U.S. is blaming Israel of the scientist attacks using the hired Iranian MEK?
I honestly don't know who did it but you can be sure that all three countries (Israel, Iran and the U.S.) know who did it.