Skip to comments.Iranian leader: U.S. will 'definitely suffer' if it leads strike on Syria
Posted on 09/06/2013 12:28:30 AM PDT by South40
(CNN) -- As the ramifications of a grisly chemical weapons attack loom over a summit of world leaders, some of Syria's staunchest friends blasted what they call the "arrogance" of U.S.-led efforts to strike the war-torn nation and said those who do will pay a steep price.
Iran's Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Thursday the United States -- which, in addition to being one of his country's chief adversaries, has led the push to punish Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's government over chemical weapons -- has no right to make "humanitarian claims (given) their track record" in Iraq, Afghanistan and at the military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
The turmoil in the Middle East, Iran's leader said in remarks reported by state-run Press TV, is a "reaction of the global arrogance" that is rooted Washington. Should the United States and allies strike Syria, he added, it won't be able to "eliminate (the) resistance."
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Reality is going to kick you in the pants if you don't speak up about Obama's weakness
so we can properly prepare for War. They are preying on Obama because he's weak, not because
they are republicans. And Obama right now is America, and we are in mortal danger!
America deserves to know the truth about our President and the dangers he placed us in.
Shaddup, Iran. Ya’ not doin’ anyone any favors.
Impeach Obama and Save The World from Armegeddon
Nobody wants to hear Iran’s BS rhetoric about a terrible price.
I too believe we will pay a terrible price but not from Iran.
We plain do not need another war where Americans are killed and especially not when we are being partners with Al Qaeda. That is just plain crazy. Why should we bomb civilians in Syria to help Al Qaeda?
What kind of BS is Obama spouting—a limited bombing? Is he going to bomb the desert as a warning? Surely whatever we bomb it will kill civilians.
Newsflash, Iranaderp: "Of course we will. Barry Hussein will still be president"