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Iranian forces crossed Iraqi border!

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posted on Jun, 25 2007 @ 09:32 PM

Iranian Revolutionary Guard forces have been spotted by British troops crossing the border into southern Iraq, The Sun tabloid reported on Tuesday.

Britain's defence ministry would not confirm or deny the report, with a spokesman declining to comment on "intelligence matters".

An unidentified intelligence source told the tabloid: "It is an extremely alarming development and raises the stakes considerably. In effect, it means we are in a full on war with Iran -- but nobody has officially declared it."

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So now the million dollar question is.......?!?!?!

What do we do now?

Iran has been openly defying the world left and right and they are looking to pick a fight. But they also want to have it look like it is someone else's fault. This is after the British Solders have been abducted (thankfully returned) and also after they have tried the same thing with Australian solders as well(See this thread).

Iran needs to be put in their place but attacking them will cause MANY more problems than its solves but the pressure cooker keeps on building up steam. What can be done? If we attack, the whole middle east will be on fire like nothing we ever could have imagined. If we let them do what they are doing they will eventually be enabled to provide a devastating attack on the US, UK, Israel or anyone else whom they see fit.

They could simply hire a few goons to blow up the Saudi oil fields. That one act would bring the world economy to a halt. The possibility of Iran having the upper hand on our most needed resource in the world would be a very scary scenario.

So does anyone have any suggestions?

[edit on 25-6-2007 by build319]

posted on Jun, 25 2007 @ 09:35 PM
Someone beat you to it. Please continue discussion here:

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