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Iran Army Ready For Action On Disputed Gulf Island
| April 19, 2012
Posted on 04/19/2012 5:21:26 PM PDT by Fennie
TEHRAN, IRAN -- Iran's ground forces commander warned that should diplomacy fail, the military is ready for action over a disputed Gulf island controlled by Iran but also claimed by the United Arab Emirates, state TV reported Thursday.
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TOPICS: News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: iran; persiangulf
posted on 04/19/2012 5:21:34 PM PDT
This might be the excuse that Israel needs to deal with this situation once and for all.You can be sure,at the very least,that the IAF would be given flyover rights by Saudi,the UAE,etc....the enemy of my enemy and all.
posted on 04/19/2012 5:28:03 PM PDT
by Gay State Conservative
(Unlike Mrs Obama,I've Been Proud Of This Country My *Entire* Life!)
Watch it, Iran! One to many persons can topple that little island into the sea! I know, because we have that brilliant Congressman Hank Johnson expaining such things...
posted on 04/19/2012 5:31:55 PM PDT
("How many fingers, Winston?")
The UAE are our friends, right? This sounds like an ‘Iraq raids Kuwait’ Gulf War 1 scenario.....
posted on 04/19/2012 7:03:42 PM PDT
("Blazing Saddles" explains it all.......)
The UAE are our friends, right?
In the same sense that the saudis are our friends, i.e., not. Iran should go for it. And the US shouldn't get involved. Let the UAE and the rest of the muslim umma take care of it themselves.
posted on 04/19/2012 8:22:31 PM PDT
by Ethan Clive Osgoode
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posted on 04/19/2012 9:04:23 PM PDT
by Army Air Corps
(Four Fried Chickens and a Coke)
Any country can take an undefended island the hard part is keeping it, just ask the Argentinians.
posted on 04/20/2012 4:28:54 AM PDT
(Going Galt as fast as I can.)
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