Why "postpone" evidence of Inanian interference in Iraq?

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    As the WAR becomes less military (Yeah, that's a laugh for the troops there) and more political, what lies and self enriching misrepresentations will come next?


    THE Iraqi Prime Minister, Nuri al-Maliki, has told the United States and Iran to take their quarrels elsewhere, saying he will not permit his country to be caught in the crossfire.

    "Solve your problems outside of Iraq. We do not want the American forces to take Iraq as a field to attack Iran or Syria, and we will not accept Iran to use Iraq to attack the American forces," Mr Maliki told CNN.

    The US Under Secretary of State, Nicholas Burns, sent another warning to Iran against interfering in Iraq, saying US officials had "picked up individuals who we believe are giving very sophisticated explosives technology to Shia insurgent groups who then use that technology to target and kill American soldiers".

    However, the Bush Administration has postponed plans to publish a "dossier" of Iranian interference in Iraq, with some officials divided over the strength of the US evidence.



    More: http://www.smh.com.au/news/world/ta...where-bush-told/2007/02/01/1169919474255.html


    There is no level to which the perpetrators of this insane and illegal WAR ON IRAQ will not stoop.


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