China's Army Sends Armoured Vehicles To Iran





Looks like China has joined the mad mullahs fight against pro-democracy protesters.

(the information about the armoured vehicles in this text has been confirmed by multiple sources):

Finally, with the arrival of the first shipment of armoured vehicles, China has officially joined in to repress the Iranian people, most likely to prevent the downfall of the “Supreme Leadership” and its own illegitimate interests in the region. The vehicles are built by military complex of Dalian DES-516B. Here is the description of the manufacturer:
Dalian Eagle-Sky Co.

Tel: +86-411-8681-3362
Fax: +86-411-8681-3763
Email: eagle@eagle-sky.net
http://www.eagle-sky.net/

The armoured anti-riot vehicles have a capacity of 10,000 liters to shoot cold and hot water, and three 100 liter tanks to shoot burning chemical liquids. The water is mixed with paint or tear gas that cannot be washed away. Each vehicle has two guns for shooting liquid up to a distance of 70 meters- it is controlled from inside the cabin. The price tag for each unit is 650,000 dollars. Also, a lot of extra burning liquid, paint, and tear gas was purchased.

It took four months for the delivery of the armoured vehicles, and since the Iranian regime was in a hurry, they had them delivered from China’s army organization- this is rare! China’s government was in as much of a hurry to get these to Iran.

Other developments:

Injured students of mashads universities disappear
Three students of Mashad Azad University Martyred

Iran News Agency - December 31, 2009

Iran News Agency’s correspondent: Based on received news, yesterday, three students at Mashhad’s Azad University were martyred by plainclothes forces. Two boys were killed by a knife and a girl was thrown off the third floor of the dormitory.

- Arash Azizi, Persian2English

Maryam Zia, childrens activist arrested

Gawd I hate the mad mullahs of Iran

Posted by: Stable Hand at 09:15 AM

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