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Iran is not known to currently possess weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and has signed treaties repudiating the possession of weapons of mass destruction including the Biological Weapons Convention, the Chemical Weapons Convention, and the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). Over 100,000 Iranian troops and civilians were victims of chemical weapons during the 1980s Iran–Iraq War. On ideological grounds, a public and categorical religious decree (fatwa) against the development, production, stockpiling and use of nuclear weapons has been issued by the supreme leader of the Islamic Republic Ali Khamenei along with other clerics, .
Originally posted by ScarletWitch
reply to post by Shadowalker
I often wonder, if people that offer the "research" option, have done so themselves.
Can you and I play a game? Ok, good!
I'll be The Captain of a US super carrier. You can be the entire country of Iran.
Step 1: I launch 30 F22's armed to the hilt
Step 2: Game over
Step 3: Receive my award for being the first female captain of a super carrier, to completely annihilate an entire country in less than 24 hours.
It was nice playing with you. Have a good day.
“As our defense is independent and is based on defense policies and doctrines that are unique to us… the United States will definitely experience a completely new atmosphere when it comes to dealing with new issues that Iran is pursuing and will be compelled to figure out how to handle the new atmosphere,” he added.
The measures that U.S. officials have been taking show that they have adopted a passive stance in the face of Iran’s military plans, Vahidi stated, adding, “Of course, they will not be able to get to this point (the Strait of Hormuz) because we have not demonstrated our full potential and have not put forward all issues.
The Islamic Republic of Iran has many things to say which it has kept secret for the hour of need.”
Originally posted by Recollector
I don't know, but US and Israel are insane !
He went on to say that Obama uttered threats in the first part of the letter and talked about friendship and negotiation in the second part.
Originally posted by Deetermined
No wonder Iran sees the U.S. as weak.
Here's some insight into that letter that Obama sent Iran.
"Details of Obama’s Letter to Iran Released: Obama Says “US Will Not Take Hostile Action Against Iran”"
(January 19, 2012)
He went on to say that Obama uttered threats in the first part of the letter and talked about friendship and negotiation in the second part.edit on 28-2-2012 by Deetermined because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Tw0Sides
Originally posted by OldCurmudgeon
.. and Iran certainly wouled be "THE WRONG HANDS"...
No offense sir, but who has the "right hands" for these types of weapons?
If Iran has them already , like many believe , and they haven't used them yet, doesn't that speak volumes?
Why don't we back off our invasive troop positions, and leave this country alone.
Originally posted by GogoVicMorrow
It is blowing my mind how many people here are trying to interpret the saying "rainy day weapons" as literal. I hope you are all being sarcastic.
I am sure they are just referring to anti aircraft weapons, missiles, and etc that are in storage.