Thursday, July 20, 2006

I wouldn't worry about it...

One or more Iranians witnessed North Korea's recent missile tests, deepening U.S. concerns about growing ties between two countries with troubling nuclear capabilities, a top U.S. official said on Thursday.

But U.S. officials have long said that Iran and North Korea have been collaborating and have expressed serious concerns that cash-strapped Pyongyang was keen to sell missiles and possibly also nuclear material. "Our understanding is that North Korea has had a number of commercial relations in the Middle East with respect to missiles," Hill said.

So Iran, who wants to "wipe Israel off the map," is inciting violence in the Middle East, and is currently running full steam towards developing nuclear weapons, is in the know with North Korea over missile technology?

And currently Iranian backed and supplied Hezbollah is firing Iranian missiles at Israel, whilst they collaborate with North Korea about nukes and ballistic missiles?

I'm sure it'll be ok.

Update: Oh, and the news is out that crazy Iranian dictator Mahmoud Ahmadinejad sent a letter to German Chancellor Angela Merkel. It "wasn't negative," but rather the holocaust-denying dictator wants Merkel's help - with a "solution" to Zionism.

Again, I'm sure there's nothing to worry about.

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