This video should help remove middle east tensions!
LOL @ The piece of rubble from a war-torn middle eastern country kissed by Lindsay Graham. I saw this on facebook the other day and liked it. Its more funny if you’ve already watched some real authentic kickstarter video’s as I have. Just a random example of a real kickstarter video in case nobody knows what kickstarter is: FUBAR: MOTHER RUSSIA by Jeff McComsey ? Kickstarter
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I’m with you.
I dont care what color helmets they are wearing, have lots off ammo!
Alternative news is now reporting the Russians were right, it was the US backed Syrian Rebels that performed the gas attack. I’ve read the same on rt.com as well as other sources, but no mainstream US news sources that I’ve found so far.
Saudi Arabian Backed Insurgents Responsible for Ghouta Chemical Weapons Attack
Now the Syrian Foreign Minister won’t talk to the US because John Kerry was an ass during a speech. Great foreign policy Obama. Maybe if we give them a few billion of out tax payer dollars they will be our friends like Pakistan and Egypt.
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Iranian commander: We have targets within America
A top commander of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards boasted Saturday that his forces have plans in place to attack the United States from within, should the U.S. attack the Islamic Republic.
“America, with its strategic ignorance, does not have a full understanding of the power of the Islamic Republic,” Brig. Gen. Hossein Salami said in a televised interview. “We have recognized America’s military strategy, and have arranged our abilities, and have identified centers in America [for attack] that will create a shock.”
Reports indicate that terrorist Hezbollah forces — allies of Iran — have infiltrated the U.S. and have mapped out targets.
“We will conduct such a blow in which they [America] will be destroyed from within,” Salami said.
This is the second warning by a high-ranking officer of the Guards in two weeks. The chief commander of the Guards, Maj. Gen. Mohammad Jafari, addressing Secretary of State John Kerry, said on Jan. 24 that a direct conflict with America is the “strongest dream of the faithful and revolutionary men around the world.”
Kerry had previously said that if Iran did not live up to the agreement reached in Geneva on its nuclear program, “all options are on the table.”
“Your threats to revolutionary Islam are the best opportunity,” Jafari had said. “Muslim leaders for years have been preparing us for a decisive battle.… Do you know how many thousands of revolutionary Muslims at the heart of the Islamic revolutionary groups around the world are awaiting for you to take this [military] option from the table into action?”
Gen. Salami went further, saying the Revolutionary Guards have taken into consideration America’s military ability and different scenarios under which the U.S. could attack Iran via a limited missile or air strike, or even a ground attack.
“All operational bases of the enemy in the region in whatever capacity and location are within our firepower,” Salami warned. “The American military option does not make a difference for us, and they can use this option, but they will have to accept the responsibility of devastating consequences.”
Salami asked whether America could control the spread of any war with the Islamic Republic: “Can they preserve their vital interest in the region in the face of endless attacks by Iran? Can they keep their naval assets and the Zionist regime [Israel] secure?”
Salami said that with the U.S. economy and debt, America is in no position to engage Iran militarily.
The general then taunted Washington, citing Iran’s political and cultural influence in Iraq. “The current has changed for the Americans so much so that they invest [by invading Iraq] and others [Iran] benefit.”
Go for it.
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I remember Iran saying this before and I don’t think it ever happened. America’s got the strongest Navy of the world and I don’t see Iranian vessels as threatening nor do I think any countries naval assets would last very long in battle against American naval power.
^ my point exactly
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And while I was in the Bahama’s I had an option to take a picture of their fleet. The fleet was parked at the pier and in order for the fleet to get out the cruise ships would of had to move first 🙂
There were Naval personnel on the ship, so it was ‘active’. Not sure how much rum they where drinking 😀
Warning this is an extremely graphic video from ISIS operating in Iraq. In this video you’ll see things that would never be shown on MSM. Extremely graphic but does have english translations to it.
Back to Iraq:
WASHINGTON – The United State is deploying up to 275 military troops to Iraq to protect the U.S. Embassy and other American interests and is considering sending a contingent of special forces soldiers as Iraq struggles to repel a rampant insurgency, officials said Monday. The White House insisted anew the U.S. would not be sending combat troops and thrusting America into a new Iraq war.
President Obama, in a formal report to Congress, said the troops in in the deployment he was announcing would be equipped for combat and would remain in Iraq until the security situation improved. About 160 troops are already in Iraq, including 50 Marines and more than 100 Army soldiers. Some of those soldiers have only recently arrived.
Under the authorization Obama outlined Monday, a U.S. official said, the U.S. would put an additional 100 soldiers in a nearby third country where they would be held in reserve until needed.
With the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham, an offshoot of al Qaeda, rapidly gaining territory, Iran deployed Revolutionary Guards units to Iraq, according to Iranian security officials.
Iraq crisis: US lines up Iran talks to combat Isis as ‘mass execution’ pushes Iraq towards sectarian war
TEHRAN: Iran warned on Sunday that “any foreign military intervention in Iraq” would only complicate the crisis, after the United States said it was deploying a warship in the Gulf.
AMMAN, Jordan – Concerns over the militant group ISIS dominated a meeting last month between U.S. and Jordanian military officers convened to discuss security threats to the region.“They all want to know what we are going to do to make sure that Jordan isn’t the next Syria or Iraq,” said one U.S. officer named Matthew, who spoke on condition that he only be identified by his first name. “But other than keep doing what we’re doing, we don’t really have much to say.”
“It’s hard to look them in the eye and pretend we have answers,” Matthew said.
Other recent events in the middle east:
Israeli aircraft struck a “terror activity site” and three weapon storage and manufacturing facilities in the northern Gaza Strip early Monday morning, according to a statement released by the IDF spokesperson’s office
Israeli warplanes targeted several locations in the Gaza Strip last night.
PNN’s correspondent reported that Palestinian Medical sources declared that two Palestinian women have been injured as a result of the attack. One of the injured is a 15-year-old girl and the doctors have described her medical condition as serious.
Its like walking on a razor blade or holding a match right next to a fuze of a stick of dynamite its scary at best
Saw this and had to share:
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A member of the Department of Homeland Security Advisory Council is under fire for tweeting that America is “an Islamic country.”
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