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  1. Evil Iran Bombs Kurdish Civilians

    Well , doesn't look like there's much sympathy for the Kurds, I guess. After Darfur, this is par for the course. :sl:
  2. 'rock And Roll' Weekend Coming To Iran ?

    Nah. Just posting a relevant bit of news. Do you, 'Alameen' say this when '######' or 'shaidmahmood' post an article ? Or am I being singled out because I'm not Muslim ? A vit of predjudice ? :sl:
  3. Happy Labor Day Weekend !

    :sl: Happy Labor Day Weekend to everyone out there !!!! :sl:
  4. Link From The Sunday Times September 2, 2007 Pentagon ‘three-day blitz’ plan for Iran Sarah Baxter, Washington THE Pentagon has drawn up plans for massive airstrikes against 1,200 targets in Iran, designed to annihilate the Iranians’ military capability in three days, according to a national security expert. Alexis Debat, director of terrorism and national security at the Nixon Center, said last week that US military planners were not preparing for “pinprick strikes†against Iran’s nuclear facilities. “They’re about taking out the entire Iranian military,†he said. Debat was speaking at a meeting organised by The National Interest, a conservative foreign policy journal. He told The Sunday Times that the US military had concluded: “Whether you go for pinprick strikes or all-out military action, the reaction from the Iranians will be the same.†It was, he added, a “very legitimate strategic calculusâ€. President George Bush intensified the rhetoric against Iran last week, accusing Tehran of putting the Middle East “under the shadow of a nuclear holocaustâ€. He warned that the US and its allies would confront Iran “before it is too lateâ€. Hardliner takes over Revolutionary Guards One Washington source said the “temperature was rising†inside the administration. Bush was “sending a message to a number of audiencesâ€, he said � to the Iranians and to members of the United Nations security council who are trying to weaken a tough third resolution on sanctions against Iran for flouting a UN ban on uranium enrichment. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) last week reported “significant†cooperation with Iran over its nuclear programme and said that uranium enrichment had slowed. Tehran has promised to answer most questions from the agency by November, but Washington fears it is stalling to prevent further sanctions. Iran continues to maintain it is merely developing civilian nuclear power. Bush is committed for now to the diplomatic route but thinks Iran is moving towards acquiring a nuclear weapon. According to one well placed source, Washington believes it would be prudent to use rapid, overwhelming force, should military action become necessary. israel, which has warned it will not allow Iran to acquire nuclear weapons, has made its own preparations for airstrikes and is said to be ready to attack if the Americans back down. Alireza Jafarzadeh, a spokesman for the National Council of Resistance of Iran, which uncovered the existence of Iran’s uranium enrichment plant at Natanz, said the IAEA was being strung along. “A number of nuclear sites have not even been visited by the IAEA,†he said. “They’re giving a clean bill of health to a regime that is known to have practised deception.†Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the Iranian president, irritated the Bush administration last week by vowing to fill a “power vacuum†in Iraq. But Washington believes Iran is already fighting a proxy war with the Americans in Iraq. The Institute for the Study of War last week released a report by Kimberly Kagan that explicitly uses the term “proxy war†and claims that with the Sunni insurgency and Al-Qaeda in Iraq “increasingly under controlâ€, Iranian intervention is the “next major problem the coalition must tackleâ€. Bush noted that the number of attacks on US bases and troops by Iranian-supplied munitions had increased in recent months � “despite pledges by Iran to help stabilise the security situation in Iraqâ€. It explains, in part, his lack of faith in diplomacy with the Iranians. But Debat believes the Pentagon’s plans for military action involve the use of so much force that they are unlikely to be used and would seriously stretch resources in Afghanistan and Iraq. I still think israel will take a 'poke' at the Mullahs before the U.S. does. I think this is a bit more 'sabre rattling'. But if the U.S. does, I hope they whip out one of the many new weapons systems they've got 'in the can.' Like maybe the 17,000 m.p.h. attack jets they've been flying around the desert for years now. The ones that everyone thinks are U.F.O.s'. :sl: They've also got a very nice laser weapons system that I'm itching to see. :sl:
  5. Evil Iran Bombs Kurdish Civilians

    Link Iran Bombs Kurdish Border, Drives Villagers From Homes Saturday, September 01, 2007 MARDOW, Iraq — As explosions boomed in the distance, a Kurdish woman stood outside her house and pointed to where shells scorched parts of her father's grapes and plum orchards. "It was a bad day when some 20 shells hit our village in a single day last week. We were crying as we prayed to God to protect us from the bombs of the Islamic Republic of Iran," said the 33-year-old Serwa Ibrahim, one of the few remaining villagers in Mardow, about 40 kilometers (25 miles) from the Iranian border. "Despite the shelling, I will stay in my village until the end," she said Thursday. Iranian troops have been accused of bombing border areas for weeks against suspected positions of the Free Life Party, or PEJAK, a breakaway faction of the separatist Kurdistan Workers' Party. Iran says PEJAK — which seeks autonomy for Kurds in Iran — launches attacks inside Iran from bases in Iraq. Shelling of border areas resumed Saturday after a brief lull with Iranian shells hitting the Iraqi side of the border and causing some fires. Associated Press Television News showed white smoke billowing from mountainous areas as well as Kurdish shepherds carrying carcasses of several sheep killed by the shelling. The footage also showed a horse that was died in the attack. The Iranian shelling has been criticized by Iraqi officials and Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari warned it could have negative effects on the crucial relations between Iran and Iraq's Shiite-led government. Ari Yashir, a PEJAK member, took a reporter in a tour around several deserted villages and claimed the Iranian attacks only serve to harm civilians. "The bombing is only targeting villages where we have no bases," he said. "After three weeks of Iranian shelling none of our positions was hit and not a single member of our party was wounded." Most of the people who fled their homes have gathered in an area known as Shewe Hasow, a valley with water springs in the Qandil Mountain area that borders Iran and Turkey. Many of them stay in tents or under covers mostly supplied by the International Committee of the Red Cross. "We are here because the refugees are in need," said ICRC member Patrick Youssef, standing by a truck with canned food and bottled water. "We are helping them with needed stuff because most of them left their homes leaving their things behind." The Kurdish region's interior minister, Othman Haji Mahmoud, told the Kurdish regional parliament Tuesday that the Iranian shelling led to the displacement of some 450 families in 20 villages adding that several people were wounded in addition to material damages. He said the latest wave of shelling began Aug. 14. Zebari said in Baghdad Tuesday that the main areas struck are in the northern provinces of Irbil and Sulaimaniyah. Iranian shelling "has been ongoing and unfortunately has become a daily or a routine practice. Recently, we summoned the Iranian ambassador and handed him a note of protest." "PEJAK sometimes moves in border area, but this does not permit all this continuous, daily and intensive shelling," said Zebari, a Kurd, who noted that Iraq was prepared to hold negotiations with Iran on the disputes over Kurdish rebel groups. "We hope that these attacks will stop immediately." To some Kurds in the region, they have been living the war for decades, including widespread atrocities blamed on Saddam Hussein's regime in the 1980s. "We are the victims of a continuous struggle. My house was destroyed five times and I rebuilt it. Let this be the sixth time," said Abdullah Wasou Ibrahim, who fled to the refugee camp with 10 family members.
  6. You didn't make up the 'How Evil the Zionist, the Closed Friend of Christian...' part ? Funny, I didn't see that in the original article. :sl:
  7. Football Season On The Way!

    Can't be. You have two AFC teams. I say Eagles vs. Chargers. And the Eagles kick thier butts !!! :sl:
  8. Football Season On The Way!

    Cowboys ???!!! You're joking, right ? Eagles all the way, dude !!! :sl:
  9. U.s. Military Draft For Israel

    Well, you know how those Zionists have those Americans hypnotized. :sl:
  10. U.s. Military Draft For Israel

    Anthony ! You dissappoint. I expect better from you. Looks like something the foaming at the mouth '######' would post. And believe, too ! Tisk, tisk. :sl: