This from CNN: "BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- A top special operations officer from Lebanon's Iranian-backed militia Hezbollah has been captured in Iraq, where U.S. officials say he played a key role in a January attack that killed five Americans. Ali Mussa Daqduq, an explosives expert, was captured in March in the southern Iraqi city of Basra, where he was helping train and lead Shiite militias fighting coalition troops, U.S. intelligence officials told CNN. Daqduq pretended to be deaf and mute when captured, and his identity was not known for weeks, the officials said. Once uncovered, however, they said he began to talk, and they now believe he played a crucial role in the January 20 attack in Karbala." Full story: http://edition.cnn.com/2007/WORLD/meast/07/01/iraq.hezbollah/index.html Another story showing the murky network, all inspired, financed, and led by the Persians, that is causing the deaths of UK and Allied Soldiers, but mainly Iraiqs, in Iraq. Odd that this has not appeared in any of the British media yet - it's something of a success story for us, surely. Or are we embarrassed by it for some reason?