Skip to comments.Russia Bolsters Ties With Iran
Posted on 09/21/2007 5:58:18 AM PDT by Fennie
Relations between Russia and the United States will be put to the severe test in the coming weeks as there are growing signs that the US has decided, or has almost decided, to launch a military strike against Iran. Russian observers do not rule out that the administration of US President George W. Bush is yet to think through its policy on Iran, and the spate of media "leaks" keeps Tehran and the world community guessing. They analyze that a US military intervention would become inevitable unless Iran relented in its regional policy in Iraq. It is inconceivable for the US to leave its Arab allies in the region to face Iran single-handed. But then, Russian experts do not visualize that the US has reached anywhere near the point where it can claim the security situation has been stabilized and political reconciliation achieved, which would allow a complete withdrawal of troops. On the contrary, they see the situation in Iraq continuing to deteriorate. Moscow would weigh that the real US agenda is aimed at "regime change" in Iran. Washington has more or less ensured that all military equipment (three aircraft-carrier battle groups) necessary for an air and sea strike against Iran are already in position in the Persian Gulf. The Bush administration has launched a concerted campaign for mobilizing domestic opinion in the US for an attack on Iran...
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Wake Up America, Before It Is Too Late !!
(ZZZZZZ) ....huh? what?
Are you the King of sources from Asia Times, Debka, Pravda, etc. What gives?
Pootie Putin will back iran just like he did his good buddie saddam, by selling them mil junk right up til the end.
Iran shows its commitment to Allah by running to the infidels for protection.
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