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Originally posted by SuperViking
A history? Really? That's awesome, do you have links so I can have a laugh?
World leaders might have to go to war to stop Iran developing its weapons programme, Tony Blair suggested yesterday. The former Prime Minister, who is now a Middle East peace envoy, said that Tehran’s actions had made him more afraid today that a rogue state could supply weapons of mass destruction to terrorists than he was when he took Britain to war with Iraq in 2003.
Reuters quoted Army Lieutenant General Patrick O'Reilly, the head of the Missile Defense Agency, as having said in December 2009 that the $150 million test “would break new ground” by “defending against an Iranian shot into the United States." In the Pentagon's Ballistic Missile Defense Review published on Monday, the US Department of Defense warned against, what it called, Iran's 'significant threat' to the US and accused the country of 'having developed and acquired ballistic missiles.'
The assessment, however, warns that the game -- which will be played in Miami, Florida, and is expected to attract 800 million television viewers worldwide -- could be "a desirable target for violent organizations or individuals seeking to take advantage of intense media coverage."
Hamas, the movement controlling Gaza, has been vowing retaliation since one of the founding members of its military wing, Mahmoud al-Mabhouh, died last week in Dubai.
Originally posted by Emerald The Paradigm
War is coming this month, and people should wake up.
Originally posted by Sean48
reply to post by Emerald The Paradigm
Have you been in your Mother's medicine cabinet.
Everything you state , is opinion , twisted with some pointless facts.
Enjoy the Olympics, nothing going to happen
"In the absence of a deal with Syria we could reach an armed conflict that could develop into a full-fledged war," he warned. "As is in the Middle East, immediately after the war we will sit down and negotiate exactly what we have been talking about for the past 15 years."