Comments on: Podcast: Just how strong is Iran’s military? http://blogs.reuters.com/war-college/2015/09/10/podcast-just-how-strong-is-irans-military/ A tactical advantage in a dangerous world Sun, 01 May 2016 14:03:16 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.5 By: notlurking http://blogs.reuters.com/war-college/2015/09/10/podcast-just-how-strong-is-irans-military/#comment-43 Mon, 14 Sep 2015 01:00:46 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/war-college/?p=57#comment-43 Even if what this article says is half true, then why is the USA, some western countries and Israel keep spooking us……..fear folks is a good tool.

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By: Jeolog http://blogs.reuters.com/war-college/2015/09/10/podcast-just-how-strong-is-irans-military/#comment-41 Sat, 12 Sep 2015 07:10:17 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/war-college/?p=57#comment-41 But Netanyahu and GOP keep telling us that we should be terrified of Iran like we were really scared of Iraq before we found the huge stockpile of WMDs in Baghdad. So you mean Yahu and GOP are pathological liars?

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By: ChangeIranNow http://blogs.reuters.com/war-college/2015/09/10/podcast-just-how-strong-is-irans-military/#comment-40 Thu, 10 Sep 2015 22:02:18 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/war-college/?p=57#comment-40 Iran sits at the center of a regional arms bazaar that actively seeks to destabilize its neighbors and stokes conflicts costing the lives of countless civilians.Iran is Hamas sugardaddy for weapons, funds and technical expertise. Its supply of illicit missiles into Gaza has allowed Hamas the opportunity to rain down destruction on Israel. Now, irrespective of how you might feel about Israel’s response, there is no doubt that Iran’s weapons are the catalyst for the size, scope and scale of this conflict, far beyond anything that has happened before. It’s a recipe that Iran has perfected with Hezbollah in Lebanon, Afghanistan, Yemen, Syria and now in Iraq. Iran’s tentacles extend far and wide and its weapons are shedding the blood of innocent civilians in conflicts all throughout the region. We’re not likely to see any change in this pattern unless there is change in Iran.

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By: Mottjr http://blogs.reuters.com/war-college/2015/09/10/podcast-just-how-strong-is-irans-military/#comment-37 Thu, 10 Sep 2015 18:52:50 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/war-college/?p=57#comment-37 Good article.

These countries are best left alone to their life and living rather calamity/fear mongering based on some empty words not backed by the needed threshold of capabilities nor infrastructure. Short of that, we are seeing the unleashed calamity across the region because of our interference based on thinking/ideologies rooted in fallacy.

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