Friday, March 23, 2007

Koreans for Jihad

It's worth mentioning again here that there are rather a lot of Koreans who are all for the Great Jihad. But they aren't Muslims. Rather, they are playing the classic game of 'realpolitik'--namely, "The enemy of my enemy is my friend."

Ladies and Gentlemen, meet Lil' Kim and the thug-o-crats of North Korea, the official card-carrying friends of the Jihad.
North Korea helping Iran with nuclear testing
Wednesday, 24 January 2007...By Con Coughlin

North Korea is helping Iran to prepare an underground nuclear test similar to the one Pyongyang carried out last year.
Under the terms of a new understanding between the two countries, the North Koreans have agreed to share all the data and information they received from their successful test last October with Teheran’s nuclear scientists.
A senior European defence official told The Daily Telegraph that North Korea had invited a team of Iranian nuclear scientists to study the results of last October’s underground test to assist Teheran’s preparations to conduct its own — possibly by the end of this year.
There were unconfirmed reports at the time of the Korean firing that an Iranian team was present. Iranian military advisers regularly visit North Korea to participate in missile tests.
Now the long-standing military co-operation between the countries has been extended to nuclear issues.
“The Iranians are working closely with the North Koreans to study the results of last year’s North Korean nuclear bomb test,” said the European defence official.
“We have identified increased activity at all of Iran’s nuclear facilities since the turn of the year,” he said.
“All the indications are that the Iranians are working hard to prepare for their own underground nuclear test.”


Majid Tafreshi said...

Please read this article :

The Anti-Jihadist said...

Even if you totally discredit this report, Iran and North Korea's relationship and close cooperation has been observed, detailed and recorded in so many different sources, that it's indisputable. Iran has been working with the Norks for years, particularly, in the development of its Shahab line of missiles. The Norks have been happy to oblige. Both countries hate the US, and besides, the Norks desperately need the hard currency.

A close Iran-Nork collaboration on nukes makes sense politically, strategically, militarily, and economically for these two rogue states. Unfortunately for the Iranians and Norks, and fortunately for the rest of us, the US is now convinced the Nork nuke test last fall was a fizzle. So, for now, neither country is a true nuclear power. At least not yet.