Hell, in the US if you said Jew, Bad and Israel publically in the same sentence you would be blackballed and possibly have your life destroyed if you
carried any weight.
Why else would we even consider a war with Iran? Given Irans record of using tens of thousands of children in human wave attacks. I can’t imagine
why we would ever consider setting foot in Iran, or let Israel do the same. It is completely beyond me. Maybe if Iran had a history of aggression, but
I don’t think they have started a war in 300 years. A war with Iran would be a war of attrition! I for one have no reason to wish mass death upon
A war with Iran could actually pave the way for the destruction of Israel. The world is already turning due to public outrage over the Palestinian
stuff. What’s the outcome if it comes to light that Israel is stocking up on weapons that only benefit an army who sought to mow down thousands and
not incur melted/overheated barrels and related failures? Or better yet, what about when they are forced to deal with waves of kids?
I think an attack on Iran will result in world war and I am certain that WWIII will have one end, the complete destruction of Israel and the
crippling of the US
If your international policy involves mowing down waves of children then you have no right to exist! I for one would never give legitimacy to a
government that did this!
Mutually assured destruction is a term that Israel needs to take to heart
. Iranians are a very proud people and will not submit to Israeli
"Lacking the equipment to open secure passages through Iraqi minefields, and having too few tanks, the Iranian command again resorted to the
human-wave tactic. In March 1984, an East European journalist claimed that he "saw tens of thousands of children, roped together in groups of about
twenty to prevent the faint-hearted from deserting, make such an attack." The Iranians made little, if any, progress despite these sacrifices.
Perhaps as a result of this performance, Tehran, for the first time, used a regular army unit, the 92nd Armored Division, at the Battle of the Marshes
a few weeks later. "
"Iran stopped Iraqi forces on the Karun River and, with limited military stocks, unveiled its "human wave" assaults, which used thousands of Basij
(Popular Mobilization Army or People's Army) volunteers. After Bani Sadr was ousted as president and commander in chief, Iran gained its first major
victory, when, as a result of Khomeini's initiative, the army and Pasdaran suppressed their rivalry and cooperated to force Baghdad to lift its long
siege of Abadan in September 1981. Iranian forces also defeated Iraq in the Qasr-e Shirin area in December 1981 and January 1982. The Iraqi armed
forces were hampered by their unwillingness to sustain a high casualty rate and therefore refused to initiate a new offensive. "
"In 1983 Iran launched three major, but unsuccessful, humanwave offensives, with huge losses, along the frontier. On February 6, Tehran, using
200,000 "last reserve" Pasdaran troops, attacked along a 40-kilometer stretch near Al Amarah, about 200 kilometers southeast of Baghdad. Backed by
air, armor, and artillery support, Iran's six-division thrust was strong enough to break through. In response, Baghdad used massive air attacks, with
more than 200 sorties, many flown by attack helicopters. More than 6,000 Iranians were killed that day, while achieving only minute gains. In April
1983, the Mandali-Baghdad northcentral sector witnessed fierce fighting, as repeated Iranian attacks were stopped by Iraqi mechanized and infantry
divisions. Casualties were very high, and by the end of 1983, an estimated 120,000 Iranians and 60,000 Iraqis had been killed. Despite these losses,
in 1983 Iran held a distinct advantage in the attempt to wage and eventually to win the war of attrition. "
[edit on 20-8-2010 by Donkey_Dean]