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Originally posted by Vitchilo
They are there since 2005. Financing and arming the resistance and mapping targets for the coming attack.
Originally posted by Sanity911
reply to post by celticniall
You obviously are if you sympathize with a terrorist nation. What do you think you are? A patriot? Ha! Why don't you go join the Hamas or Hezbollah and defend Iran if you feel so strongly about it.
Oh, that's right. You are too busy bashing the U.S. and Israel from the safety of your computer on forums where you remain anonymous. What a joke. Welcome to my /ignore list. Congrats, you are the first. I doubt you will be the last since this site has quite a few terrorist sympathizers.
Originally posted by celticniall
If the US and allies backed off, I'm positive that Iran would not attack any country with nuclear weapons.
debkafile's military sources report that Washington has posted a third carrier opposite Iran's shores. It is supported by amphibious assault ships and up to 4,000 Navy and Marine Corps personnel, bringing the total US strength in these waters to three carriers and 10,000 combat personnel.
North Korea warned Tuesday that any accidental clash during an upcoming US-South Korea naval exercise could spark war, as tensions remained high over the sinking of a South Korean warship.
Minju Josun, the cabinet's official daily, accused the South and its US ally of "fabricating" facts about the sinking to incite a war against the communist state.
"It is as clear as day that a small accident that might occur during the joint military exercise would easily spread to an armed clash and ventually, to an all-out war," it said, slamming the planned drill as provocative and dangerous.