Now heres somebody we should take hostage

#1
Amazing this chap lives in the UK and no doubt soaks up the benifits of not being under the Mullahs....

The London-based brother of the Iranian general who personally ordered the kidnapping of the 15 servicemen in the Shatt al-Arab waterway condemned Britain’s ingratitude after their release last week.

Salman Rahim Safavi, an academic and brother of Major-General Yahya Rahim Safavi, commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, said: “We sent the boys back as a gift to the British people and Tony Blair didn’t even say thank you.”


http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/article1626764.ece
 
#6
Makes you wonder why he hasn't been declared 'not conducive to the public good' and asked to leave the country and not come back. I'd like to think that after this little outburst the Home Office would be taking a long hard look at the guys residency status but I'm not holding my breath.
 
#10
He won't say thank you, but he might apologise for all the trouble the Iranian went to and offer to repay them for the fod and board they had to pay out.

What does two weeks in Iran cost with Thompsons these days?
 
#13
Perhaps he could explain why the Iranians used the Indian freighter for cover before springing their ambush and what all the Iranian weapons and cash were doing on board.

Then we can kick his head in.
 
#14
king of the Burpas.
I do not beleive he has a head to kick, if this was America, i am pretty sure some armed chaps would be round his Gaff using the term Freeze etc.
Silly me this is England, where you can abuse your host country and expect compensation. unfortunately in this case we are unlikely to "Bump into him in the Battle Cruiser and spill his pint for him".
 
#16
RedcoatGreenjacket said:
king of the Burpas.
I do not beleive he has a head to kick, if this was America, i am pretty sure some armed chaps would be round his Gaff using the term Freeze etc.
Silly me this is England, where you can abuse your host country and expect compensation. unfortunately in this case we are unlikely to "Bump into him in the Battle Cruiser and spill his pint for him".
Unless your name's Bin Laden, in which case it's, please board your private jet sir, whilst these nice Secret Service men protect you and your family! :cry: