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Iran on full alert in wake of Israeli raids

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posted on Dec, 31 2008 @ 01:59 PM

"Iran's Air Force is on alert after the country's president envisaged major regional developments in the wake of the Israeli raids on Gaza.

The chief Iranian Air Force Commander Brigadier General Hassan Shah-Safi said on Wednesday that the ongoing critical situation in the Middle East has prompted the Iranian military to take necessary measures to ensure readiness in the event of the country becoming the target of an offensive. "


This seems to me as Iran considering a war with Israel.

If they do that, then we will know its WW3.

Everyone picks sides and “it's on”.

Remember how many countries are have ships out...looking for pirates.

Iran, yes they sent three, I believe
Swiss-yeah, seriously
India, I think.....
All there or heading there.

In relative terms, it is just around the corner from "the action".

Please don't quote the bible which is starting to mirror this.

[edit on 12/31/2008 by mrmonsoon]

posted on Dec, 31 2008 @ 02:08 PM
Something just occurred to me.

If things start of in M.E., all the ships...... go there.........

Does that mean that India/Pakistan will decide it's time to settle things....once and for all??

Does that mean that countries in Africa/South America may decide it's time to do the same...with everyone occupied?

posted on Dec, 31 2008 @ 02:16 PM
If you will note the similarities of Grant at Vicksburg, and Alexander at the Hydaspes, both of their opponents were taken unawares after many feints.

You get your enemy worked up expecting an attack, you make a bit of noise, a bit of movement, and they brace for the attack.

No attack.

Later same thing. Feints, noise, movement.

No attack.

After days of activity with nothing happening, that's when you have them looking one way, while you take the back of their head out. After all, they are tired, bored, and consigned to nothing happening.

One cannot maintain a razor-sharp state of alertness in perpetuity.

Fatigue causes mistakes.

In war, mistakes are fatal.

[edit on 31-12-2008 by dooper]

posted on Aug, 3 2011 @ 03:21 PM

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