'US ready to strike Iran on Good Friday'

Discussion in 'America Attacks!' started by Pressed_Rat, Apr 1, 2007.

  1. Pressed_Rat

    Pressed_Rat Do you even lift, bruh?


    'US ready to strike Iran on Good Friday'

    Sunday April 1, 2007

    The United States will be ready to launch a missile attack on Iran's nuclear facilities as soon as early this month, perhaps "from 4 a.m. until 4 p.m. on April 6," according to reports in the Russian media on Saturday.

    According to Russian intelligence sources, the reports said, the US has devised a plan to attack several targets in Iran, and an assault could be carried out by launching missiles from fighter jets and warships stationed in the Persian Gulf.

    Russian news agency RIA Novosti quoted a security official as saying, "Russian intelligence has information that the US Armed Forces stationed in the Persian Gulf have nearly completed preparations for a missile strike against Iranian territory."

    The Russian Defense Ministry rejected the claims of an imminent attack as "myths." There was no immediate response from Washington.

    The reports come as the Iranian chief of staff, Hassan Fayrouz Abadi, was quoted on Saturday by Iran's Fars news agency warning leaders of Arab countries that Israel plans to open a "suicidal attack" on its neighbors this summer, to "prevent the withdrawal of the US troops from Iraq and the area."

    "I warn the dear leaders and Muslim brothers in the neighboring countries of the occupied territories that this suicidal attack of the Zionists is threatening them," he said.

    The countries in danger, he said, were "Lebanon and Syria, and later Egypt, Jordan and Saudi Arabia."

    Also on Saturday, Russia urged Britain and Teheran to resolve the dispute over 15 British sailors and marines captured by Iran last week, a local news agency reported.

    Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Mikhail Kamynin urged the two sides to provide the United Nations with their own assessments as to what happened and where exactly the detention occurred so that the body could conduct an independent probe.

    "We hope these actions will provide a foundation for the soonest possible resolution of the crisis," Kamynin was quoted as saying by the Interfax news agency.

    Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad insisted that the captured British sailors and marines trespassed in Iranian waters and called world powers "arrogant" for failing to apologize, the country's official news agency reported.

    "The British occupier forces did trespass our waters. Our border guards detained them with skill and bravery. But arrogant powers, because of their arrogant and selfish spirit, are claiming otherwise," IRNA quoted Ahmadinejad as saying during a speech in the southeastern city of Andinmeshk.

    The European Union grappled with a double bind over Iran Saturday - the country's nuclear program and its seizure of the British troops - and reported no progress on either issue.

    A debate about Iran's nuclear ambitions had been scheduled as a key agenda item but "was overshadowed to a certain extent by the issue of the sailors and marines," German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said after hosting a two-day EU foreign ministers meeting in Bremen, Germany.

    The Foreign Ministry in Iran dismissed the EU's "biased and meddlesome" comments on the captured troops, saying the dispute solely involved the governments of Iran and Britain.

    Speaking to reporters in Bremen, British Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett urged Iran to resolve the crisis over the military personnel peacefully, saying London remains open to dialogue.

    "We encourage Iran to peacefully resolve this issue," she said.

    "We continue to express our willingness to engage in dialogue and discussions with Iran," she added. "That is very much in the best interest of our people and that is our foremost concern."

    "I think everyone regrets that this position has arisen," she said. "What we want is a way out of it."
  2. guy

    guy Senior Member

    as i've said on other posts the war on iran is essentially an ethnic cleansing operation.
  3. gardener

    gardener Realistic Humanist

    I don't think it will. It's not politically expedient at this time. Possibly later this summer if those of us that are watching and being critical of the agenda let our guard down. We can I think prevent this action if we stay vigilant.

    The possible nuclear threat of Iran is a PR campaign to rustle up support. If we all stay vigilant and demand just cause before any action is taken I think this can be diverted.
  4. bluflame

    bluflame Member

    i dont think launching a missle at a nuclear facility is a good idea at all.
  5. gardener

    gardener Realistic Humanist

    I wouldn't think so either.
  6. Pepik

    Pepik Banned

    Has the conspiracy been cancelled?
  7. Alaskan

    Alaskan Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    Must of been cancelled, Happy Easter everybody..........
  8. Zoomie

    Zoomie My mom is dead, ok?

    No it was simply a delusion of certain elements...
  9. Pressed_Rat

    Pressed_Rat Do you even lift, bruh?

    I don't know. Ask the Jerusalem Post. That's where the article originates.
  10. wackyiraqi

    wackyiraqi Senior Member

    Happy Fear Mongering everyone. I mean, Easter.
  11. guy

    guy Senior Member

    tell that to iraqis wacki
  12. Pepik

    Pepik Banned

    If you had actually read it you would see that the story originated in the Russian press. Its funny how you find it so hard to get anything right.

    Anyway lets move on the the next fearmongering story, shall we? Presumably from the same conspiracy website that gave you this link.
  13. Eugene

    Eugene Senior Member

    anybody else notice the date on the article?
  14. Zoomie

    Zoomie My mom is dead, ok?

    Headline: Bush Orders Execution of Every Firstborn Male Child in US. Codename: OPERATION VENGEFUL. Blame the Jews, their god is wreaking havoc again!

    Run with it, Rat. Run with it.
  15. bluflame

    bluflame Member

    knew it was a bunch of bull
  16. Pressed_Rat

    Pressed_Rat Do you even lift, bruh?

    The article originated from the Jerusalem Post. This is was I said. I didn't say the information contained within the article came from the Jerusalem Post. Maybe if you knew how to read, you wouldn't have had this misinterpretation.
  17. Pressed_Rat

    Pressed_Rat Do you even lift, bruh?

    Can you elaborate? What about the date?
  18. Pepik

    Pepik Banned

    April fools you chump.
  19. Pressed_Rat

    Pressed_Rat Do you even lift, bruh?

    Oh, geez... I guess that automatically makes it an April Fools prank then... not simply sensationalistic reporting on behalf of the good folks at the JPost.
  20. Eugene

    Eugene Senior Member

    IDK, i'd doubt that the americans would attack on a holiday with such religious signficance. they coulda waited three days and not offend any sensabilities.

    Poissoin D'Avril!

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