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Monday, March 10, 2014

Is Iran behind the tragic disappearance of Malaysian flight MH370?

We know Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 is mysteriously gone, disappeared from the sky at 35,000 feet. The best evidence we have about what happened, right now, is to look at what has happened in the past. 

BEIJING — For three days, relatives awaiting word on the vanished Malaysia Airlines jet endured a cruel roller coaster of emotions.  First came the shock. Then, with each development that has emerged, they have careened between hope and despair. But by Monday, the predominant emotion was anger.

So let's look to the Lockerbie, Pan Am Flight 103 airline disaster. 
After exhaustive detail investigation, it's clear this tragedy was supported by Iran.

I believe the best predictor of the future is to examine the past. Although it's never a 100 percent predictor, the past is, nonetheless, an excellent predictor of the future.

Therefore, if Iran was proven responsible for the Lockerbie airline disaster, then it's a better than 50/50 probability the Middle East nation is also responsible for the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines MH370.  It's already been established that the person who purchased two tickets for passengers on the doomed Malaysian airplane was an Iranian.  

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Chinese aviation authorities arrived here Monday to assist in an investigation of a missing jetliner that it has complained is going slow as investigators zeroed in on two mystery passengers traveling aboard the Malaysia Airlines flight.

Authorities questioned travel agents Monday at a beach resort in Thailand about two men who boarded the doomed plane with stolen passports and one-way tickets bound for Europe.

Electronic booking records show the tickets were issued Thursday from a travel agency in the beach resort of Pattaya in eastern Thailand at the request of a second travel agency in Pattaya, Grand Horizon, Thai police Col. Supachai Phuykaeokam said.

The Financial Times, citing Thai police, said the ticket purchase was made over the phone by an Iranian man named Kazem Ali, who used the stolen passports he said were those of two friends who wanted to return home to Europe. The tickets were paid for in cash, the Times said.

Global Horizon's owner, Benjaporn Krutnait, said she believed Ali was not connected to terrorism because he had asked for the cheapest tickets to Europe and did not specify the Kuala Lumpur to Beijing flight.

Malaysia's police chief told news media in Kuala Lumpur that one of the two men had been identified. Civil aviation chief Azharuddin Abdul Rahman said video of the men believed to be traveling with the stolen passports showed that they were of "non-Asian" appearance.

So, let's assume the criminal perpetrators of the crash of the Lockerbie flight are also responsible for the disappearance of Malaysian Flight MH370.

As evidence of an Iranian connection to the Malaysian flight disappearance unfolds, the question is, what does the world do about an evident trail of terrorism?

If clear and convincing evidence connects Iran with the Malaysian flight disappearance, then it follows that there's a preponderance of rationale to take retaliatory action as soon as possible.

Nevertheless, regardless of Iran's complicity in past horrific airline terrorism, the underlying question is "why?". Why murder innocent people on a Malaysian airliner? Was this a test to determine future operations?  Of course, I'm now making a leap to claim it really was terrorists who were responsible for the Malaysian airline disaster. Therefore, yes, I'll say was terrorism of unknown etiology.

It's the world's responsibility to find the cause of the disappearance of Malaysian flight MH370, because we must understand how and why international terrorists continue to murder totally innocent people.

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Blogger Mohammad Assili said...

There is a dog missing in our neighbourhood! While your at it, why not blame that on IRAN!!!!!!?????

4:13 AM  
Blogger Juliana Maine Writer said...

Libya was behind Flight 103 but Iran harbors people with terrorist intentions. Whatever really happened to Malaysian airplane, it was still an act of terrorism with unknown etiology. I stand by my opinion. Is Iran capable of supporting terrorism?

5:10 AM  
Blogger Mohammad Assili said...

With respect Iran does what all nations do to further and protect her interest in the world.

She does not provide cover for less than tasteful activities as a matter of principal or ideology. She does it because in the world of US dominance over the world stage and her insatiable demand of servitude, without an asymmetric warfare Iran would end up as Iraq/Libya did!!!

Iran harbors no more terrorists than any other Western nation does! If the activities of the terrorist groups such as MKO/MEK and Jondollah or the Nicaraguan Contras in 80s/90s is fully approved and supported by EC and the US, Iran uses proxies such as Hezbollah and IJ/Hemmas to turn the table on West.

Is it distasteful? Perhaps! However in the world of Politics and Dirty plots Iran has learnt to play as the West did with more effect.

If today the US has stepped back from her original 1990s demand that Iran was not allowed to have the use of her Lawful Civilian NPP that was left unfinished since 1970s, to Peaceful NP is OK, but NO ENRICHMENT, and now has settled for All OK, NO Military NP!!! is due to the West being checked at every turn by Iran, and not having the ability or capacity to do her serious harm without facing a devastating response from Iran.

In another word, It is like the Mutual Deterrence of the Cold War between SU & USA where both side realised they may do the other no serious harm without consequences!!! Iran is just playing the same GAME!

With respect: Mohammad Assili

6:38 AM  

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