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Iran in Iraq, cont.

The New York Times continues to hammer away at the arrest of “Iranian military officials” in Baghdad.  I’m a fan of Michael Gordon, one of the two journalists bylined on this story, so I’m confident the Times is not going to run away from it.  Here’s a really good treatment (and not just because it is so generous in quoting me) from Power Line.

I wish we knew a lot more about those Iranians.  As I said before, one will get you ten they’re from the Revolutionary Guards Corps.  And a bit of luck, along with good interrogation, could well lead to our old friends at Hezbollah.

Michael Ledeen — Michael Ledeen is an American historian, philosopher, foreign-policy analyst, and writer. He is a former consultant to the National Security Council, the Department of State, and the Department of Defense. ...

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