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Iran Test Fires Missiles Amid War Games

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posted on Aug, 20 2006 @ 02:41 AM
Iran will continue its war games for sometime. Are they preparing for war? Or are they showing the world they are a worthy enemy? Time will tell. Keep in mind Iran's self imposed deadline to answer to the UN is rapidly approching. August 22, 2006 we will know if Iran played us, or means business.

But remember, their short range missile cannot compare to the Shihab-3 which can carry nuclear warhead with a range of about 2000 km.

Iran Test Fires Short Range Missiles

[edit on 20-8-2006 by MasterRegal]

posted on Aug, 20 2006 @ 03:11 AM
You a disinfo agent getting us ready for the buried nuke in Lebanon to go off sowe can blame it on Iran?

According to John Lear thats how it will happen, this is from one of his other posts

Originally posted ByJohnLear
Iran could launch a nuclear missle that 'surprise, surprise' nobody knew they had which was aimed at Tel Aviv but landed off course in southern Lebanon. Israel would swear they tracked the missile inbound from Iran. The US would say their satellites tracked the missile from takeoff in Iran to Tel Aviv. Syria would say, "We didn't see any missile". Whether the missile contained a nuclear bomb destined for Tel Aviv was launched from Iran or whether is was a suitcase nuke previously buried in Lebanon by US secret teams for just such an occasion, a retaliatory strike led by the U.S. and supported by Israel would give Iran 'a taste of their own medicine'. This is just one of a million possible scenarios for the middle east. I lived in Beirut for a year (in Hamra, the penthouse of the Perfect Apartments) in 1975 at the beginning of the first civil war. I know a little about the middle east. Which is to say I know nothing about the middle east.

[edit on 20-8-2006 by Tiloke]

posted on Aug, 20 2006 @ 08:47 AM
As Iran is main Hezbollah's armourer, what are the chances that there a few of Nasrallah's military-commanders present at theses wargames?
It would also be the perfect opportunity for new Hez. fighters to gain field-experince of the new anti-tank and other modern weaponry that they have been supplied with

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