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Iranian Scheme

International outrage is focused on Iran as a plot has been uncovered that would have ended the life of the Saudi ambassador to the US.   The vice president, as well as a Saudi prince and the British P.M. have all said that there will be severe repercussions for Iran.

As details are coming to light, the plot is being relayed to other countries around the world in an attempt to bring attention to the possibility of the world community to deal with Iran’s behavior.  The Secretary of State

and other senior officials will be notifying other countries,  the United Nations, and other international groups in order for the countries involved to “get tougher” on Iran.  This means getting in contact with not only

countries that have ties to both the U.S. and Iran, but groups like the Arab League and the Organization of the Islamic Conference, which is made up of 56 mostly Islamic countries as a measure of unity and solidarity.

A speaker for the Iranian parliament was quoted as saying  “The Americans acted unprofessionally in their childish play against Iran,” he said. “The Americans want to divert attention from their own domestic problems as well as the awakening of the Muslim world by initiating a stupid mischief which apparently is quite

complicated.”

Since the U.S. does not have diplomatic relations with Iran, the country of Switzerland is the country’s only representation to the Islamic theocracy.  Iran contacted the Swiss to file a complaint against the U.S.

Tuesday, some details of the case had come to surface.

Manssor Arbabsiar, a 56-year-old naturalized U.S. citizen, who was arrested in September, and Gholam Shakuri, an Iran-based member of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, are accused of a conspiracy to murder a foreign official, conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction, and conspiracy to commit an act of terrorism, the FBI said Tuesday.

Shakuri is still at large.

Source:  CNN.com

-Jeff

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