While it's fairly obvious here in the UK that Hague is seeking every bit of publicity by special forces to bolster his weakening position as foreign secretary - this is good news (the capture of the weapons) and bad news (iran is stepping up the potency of weapons donated) for our troops there.The foreign secretary has condemned Tehran's "completely unacceptable" behaviour after British Special Forces seized a shipment of suspected Iranian arms intended for the Taliban.
The 48 rockets are understood to have been intercepted in Nimruz Province, in southern Afghanistan, on 5 February.
UK officials say technical analysis showed they had come from Iran.
William Hague said Iran's actions were at odds with its claim to "support stability and security in Afghanistan".BBC News
I don't advocate (yet) any open military conflict with Iran- I hope we have some major smack to bring down on the Iranian and Afghan suppliers bringing these weapons across the border.