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Is Iran still looking to retaliate?

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posted on Jan, 21 2020 @ 12:42 AM
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Iran is sitting out until the 2020 election, since the leaders are being told by Kerry it will soon be back to business as usual.





posted on Jan, 21 2020 @ 12:47 AM
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posted on Jan, 21 2020 @ 01:01 AM
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originally posted by: Plotus
The Romans made use of such an Empire, it nearly became complete........ and now you know the rest of the story


But these SOFT occupations and ..well... Iraq-ishness.. I guess simply sticking a flag in there and claiming it another state sounds better to me. Libya would have been a prize in the area.

Rome didnt have nukes and weather modification weaponry or super computers.. It might last a little longer.



posted on Jan, 21 2020 @ 01:07 AM
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www.telegraph.co.uk... there was this but that seems more of a proxy attack

Yemen's president condemned on Sunday an attack by Houthi rebels on a government military camp, as authorities said fatalities had risen to at least 79 troops. Ballistic missiles smashed into a mosque in the training camp in the central province of Marib late Saturday, wounding 81 others during evening prayers, according to Abdu Abdullah Magli, spokesman for the Yemeni Armed Forces. The oil-rich province of Marib lies about 115 kilometers (70 miles) east of the Houthi-controlled capital, Sanaa. The city is a stronghold of the Saudi-led, U.S.-backed coalition. The missile strike was the bloodiest attack in Marib since the beginning of Yemen's long-running civil war, marking a military escalation in a rare spot of relative stability. The U.N. envoy to Yemen delivered a stern warning about the recent spike in military activity across multiple provinces, noting with "particular concern" the airstrike that hit the military camp.
so hitting a mosque tends to not go over well but it didnt involve us so i think they are just back to their proxy wars vs saudi in yemen



posted on Jan, 21 2020 @ 07:30 AM
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Iran's real leadership (the religious side of Islamic-Republic… has decreed the Red Flag of Revenge is to continue flying over the Mosque that is connected to the Mahdi
(the Red Flag --> is a 'sign' to all Muslims to commit overt Jihad against both Israel & USA for the blessing of Revenge...)

so, instead of a troop mobilization by a state sponsored military force the Supreme Leader has signaled for individuals and sleeper cells of Jihadi fighters to kill/terrorize/sabotage the western powers by any degree possible to obtain a Special Blessing in Shia sect beliefs ...as Acts-of- revenge for Islam & the death of the General

Until the Red Flag is struck from flying above that particular Mosque ---> the USA & Israel are fair game to rogue terror attacks on-any-scale

be on guard ATS'ers



posted on Jan, 21 2020 @ 11:05 AM
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a reply to: St Udio

BUMP to add this latest proof that Iran Red Flag is continuation of the Iran Generals' Drone-killing-event...
a $3million $ payday for snuffing the POTUS


www.yahoo.com...

Reuters
"Iran MP offers reward for killing Trump, U.S. calls it 'ridiculous' "
By Parisa Hafeiz



posted on Jan, 21 2020 @ 11:15 AM
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originally posted by: scraedtosleep
a reply to: Bloodworth




Does Iran follow the Geneva convention rules of war?


I don't think any of them really follow those rules.

Iran can play the long game (maybe) and hit back a year from now using proxies.



That's fine...... Peperidge Farms still Remembers 1979 as well.




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