The Iranians are saying that the U.S. and U.K. have been funding terrorists groups in Iran.
In Shiraz, Iran, there was a bombing at a Mosque on April 12, 2008. 14 people were killed and over 200 more injured.
We know that Bush has signed orders for U.S. covert operatives to instigate and attack all over the world.
Now, we also have Bush giving speeches in Israel and elsewhere pointing the finger at Iran, Hezbollah, Hamas, and the Shiite resistance in Iraq. Well, it comes down to Bush saying everything his advisers can think of against those groups while ignoring all the evil Bush's group is doing. At the same time, those groups point out all the evils of Bush, et al., but ignore their own evils.
What do these two sides want? They want you to choose their side. However, with all of them being wrong, the only right thing to do is tell them their all wrong and not to choose sides between them.
Does it mean they are equally culpable? No, it doesn't mean that. Bush heads the biggest trouble-making group on Earth right now. He's a much bigger trouble-maker than anyone in Iran.
He listens to the Kagans — Frederick Kagan, Robert Kagan, Kimberly Kagan, and Donald Kagan — amoral, immoral Greater Israel firsters. He listens to David Petraeus. The only advice he ever seems to follow is terribly stupid. (See: PETER PACE AND WILLIAM FALLON VERSUS DAVID PETRAEUS AND THE NEOCONS VERSUS JESUS CHRIST and "Iran says April 12 blast at Shiraz mosque was terrorism," by Nazila Fathi. International Herald Tribune. May 9, 2008.)