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Israel Aggression and Hezballah's Retaliation

Rafidi

Rafidi

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Their flight was targetted by a missile and DIED!! Mesh kil ma wa7ad sar ma3o diarrhea on a flight bit2oom l 2yeme. lol
Hopefully, someday, while travelling you'd have a similar experience like the one people on that plane had yesterday. The plane you are travelling on would be "harassed" by warplanes.

You really sound very cruel.
 
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  • Rafidi

    Rafidi

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    Iranian passenger plane 'harassed' over Syria by US fighter jets

    An Iranian passenger plane flying from Tehran to Beirut was “harassed" by US fighter jets on Thursday before managing to safely land in the Lebanese capital, , Iranian state TV reported.

    A US official confirmed to the Associated Press that an American fighter jet did pass by the Iranian airliner, but at a safe distance.

    A Lebanese airport official said the flight, Mahan Air Flight 1152, landed without further incident in Beirut on Thursday evening. The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorised to talk to journalists, had no further details.

    There were conflicting reports as to what had happened, as Iran initially blamed Israel for the incident. Syrian state media quoted unidentified civil aviation officials in Damascus as saying two jets, suspected of belonging to the US-led coalition, “intercepted” an Iranian passenger plane over al-Tanf, in southwestern Syria.

    US troops fighting Islamic State militants have established a presence in the al-Tanf area since 2016, which is near Syria's borders with Iraq and Jordan. The US has declared it a so-called de-conflicted zone. Beyond it, Syrian forces and their Iranian allies operate, which makes it a remaining flashpoint in the region.

    The reports said the interception forced the pilot to sharply change altitude, flying low and causing slight injuries among some of the passengers.

    According to the Iranian TV report, the fighter jets came within a distance of 100 meters (328 feet) of the Iranian Airbus A310. The pilot quickly took the aircraft to a lower altitude to avoid a collision with the jets, the report said.

    US Navy Captain Bill Urban, a Central Command spokesman, later told the AP that a US F-15 fighter jet “conducted a standard visual inspection of a Mahan Air passenger airliner at a safe distance of approximately 1,000 metres (3,280 feet) from the airliner this evening.”

    “The visual inspection occurred to ensure the safety of coalition personnel at al-Tanf garrison,” Urban said. “Once the F-15 pilot identified the aircraft as a Mahan Air passenger plane, the F-15 safely opened distance from the aircraft.”

    Aircraft at that altitude are to maintain a distance of at least 600 metres (2,000 feet) to ensure they don't hit each other, though planes traveling that close together can encounter wake turbulence.

    Data from the flight recorded by website FlightRadar24.com showed the airliner climbed from 34,000 feet to 34,600 feet in under two minutes around the time of the incident, then dropped back down to 34,000 feet within a minute after.

    The aircraft landed soon after this but three passengers sustained injuries and were taken to hospital, the TV report said, citing what it described as informed but unnamed sources at the Beirut airport. The report also said some of the cabin crew were injured but did not elaborate.

    Iranian state TV quoted the pilot of the Iranian plane as saying the fighter jets' pilots had identified themselves as American over radio communication.

    Iran’s Foreign Ministry said that following the incident, a protest note was sent to the Swiss Embassy, which represents America’s interests in Iran, warning that if any accident happens on the plane's return flight to Tehran, it will be the responsibility of the United States.

    The ministry's spokesman, Abbas Mousavi, said Iran is investigating the incident. The same note was also delivered to the UN Secretary-General António Guterres by Iran’s ambassador to the United Nations, Majid Takht-e Ravanchi.

    Mahan Air is a privately-owned airline based in Tehran that flies across the Middle East. In 2011, the US Treasury sanctioned the airline for allegedly “providing financial, material and technological support” to Iran's Quds Force, the expeditionary arm of the paramilitary Revolutionary Guard. The Treasury also alleged Mahan Air had carried weapons, goods and personnel for the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah.

    All this comes amid heightened tensions between Iran and the US after President Donald Trump unilaterally withdrew from Tehran's nuclear deal with world powers over two years ago.

    In the time since, a series of escalating incidents have occurred across the Middle East between the two countries, including the US killed an Iranian general in a drone strike and Tehran launching ballistic missiles targeting American forces in Iraq.

    An adviser to President Hassan Rouhani, Hessameddin Ashena, warned in a tweet that the Mahan Air incident could lead to an Iranian response.

    “One who minds the lives of its leaders does not play with the lives of our passengers,” Ashena wrote.

     
    latinorange

    latinorange

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    Weak analogy. The Jews have a historical and theological connection to Jerusalem, and the main drive behind the Zionist project was getting away from Christian European persecution once and for all.
    Jerusalem was caananite before israelite hordes occupied it. Therefore we should get it back and plus, tyrians built its temples, so i think south Lebanese have a strong connection to the city too and this must be taken into consideration.
     
    The_FPMer

    The_FPMer

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    Jerusalem was caananite before israelite hordes occupied it. Therefore we should get it back and plus, tyrians built its temples, so i think south Lebanese have a strong connection to the city too and this must be taken into consideration.
    God of Bobby promised the land to them heebs.
     
    Rafidi

    Rafidi

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    Jerusalem was caananite before israelite hordes occupied it. Therefore we should get it back and plus, tyrians built its temples, so i think south Lebanese have a strong connection to the city too and this must be taken into consideration.
    Before the Zionist cancer, southerners, including my grandpa used to visit Jerusalem for business and work. They dont use to travel to Beirut.
     
    Genius

    Genius

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    Iranian passenger plane 'harassed' over Syria by US fighter jets

    An Iranian passenger plane flying from Tehran to Beirut was “harassed" by US fighter jets on Thursday before managing to safely land in the Lebanese capital, , Iranian state TV reported.

    A US official confirmed to the Associated Press that an American fighter jet did pass by the Iranian airliner, but at a safe distance.

    A Lebanese airport official said the flight, Mahan Air Flight 1152, landed without further incident in Beirut on Thursday evening. The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorised to talk to journalists, had no further details.

    There were conflicting reports as to what had happened, as Iran initially blamed Israel for the incident. Syrian state media quoted unidentified civil aviation officials in Damascus as saying two jets, suspected of belonging to the US-led coalition, “intercepted” an Iranian passenger plane over al-Tanf, in southwestern Syria.

    US troops fighting Islamic State militants have established a presence in the al-Tanf area since 2016, which is near Syria's borders with Iraq and Jordan. The US has declared it a so-called de-conflicted zone. Beyond it, Syrian forces and their Iranian allies operate, which makes it a remaining flashpoint in the region.

    The reports said the interception forced the pilot to sharply change altitude, flying low and causing slight injuries among some of the passengers.

    According to the Iranian TV report, the fighter jets came within a distance of 100 meters (328 feet) of the Iranian Airbus A310. The pilot quickly took the aircraft to a lower altitude to avoid a collision with the jets, the report said.

    US Navy Captain Bill Urban, a Central Command spokesman, later told the AP that a US F-15 fighter jet “conducted a standard visual inspection of a Mahan Air passenger airliner at a safe distance of approximately 1,000 metres (3,280 feet) from the airliner this evening.”

    “The visual inspection occurred to ensure the safety of coalition personnel at al-Tanf garrison,” Urban said. “Once the F-15 pilot identified the aircraft as a Mahan Air passenger plane, the F-15 safely opened distance from the aircraft.”

    Aircraft at that altitude are to maintain a distance of at least 600 metres (2,000 feet) to ensure they don't hit each other, though planes traveling that close together can encounter wake turbulence.

    Data from the flight recorded by website FlightRadar24.com showed the airliner climbed from 34,000 feet to 34,600 feet in under two minutes around the time of the incident, then dropped back down to 34,000 feet within a minute after.

    The aircraft landed soon after this but three passengers sustained injuries and were taken to hospital, the TV report said, citing what it described as informed but unnamed sources at the Beirut airport. The report also said some of the cabin crew were injured but did not elaborate.

    Iranian state TV quoted the pilot of the Iranian plane as saying the fighter jets' pilots had identified themselves as American over radio communication.

    Iran’s Foreign Ministry said that following the incident, a protest note was sent to the Swiss Embassy, which represents America’s interests in Iran, warning that if any accident happens on the plane's return flight to Tehran, it will be the responsibility of the United States.

    The ministry's spokesman, Abbas Mousavi, said Iran is investigating the incident. The same note was also delivered to the UN Secretary-General António Guterres by Iran’s ambassador to the United Nations, Majid Takht-e Ravanchi.

    Mahan Air is a privately-owned airline based in Tehran that flies across the Middle East. In 2011, the US Treasury sanctioned the airline for allegedly “providing financial, material and technological support” to Iran's Quds Force, the expeditionary arm of the paramilitary Revolutionary Guard. The Treasury also alleged Mahan Air had carried weapons, goods and personnel for the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah.

    All this comes amid heightened tensions between Iran and the US after President Donald Trump unilaterally withdrew from Tehran's nuclear deal with world powers over two years ago.

    In the time since, a series of escalating incidents have occurred across the Middle East between the two countries, including the US killed an Iranian general in a drone strike and Tehran launching ballistic missiles targeting American forces in Iraq.

    An adviser to President Hassan Rouhani, Hessameddin Ashena, warned in a tweet that the Mahan Air incident could lead to an Iranian response.

    “One who minds the lives of its leaders does not play with the lives of our passengers,” Ashena wrote.

    Enough milking the incident. The international press hardly mentioned it.

    The Americans were worried about another 9 11 on their base, it sounds like captain Reza flew drunk and lost his trajectory,

    Congrats though, the iranian axis and hizbulah now are considered equivalent to Qaeda and ISIS.
     
    HalaMadrid

    HalaMadrid

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    Enough milking the incident. The international press hardly mentioned it.

    The Americans were worried about another 9 11 on their base, it sounds like captain Reza flew drunk and lost his trajectory,

    Congrats though, the iranian axis and hizbulah now are considered equivalent to Qaeda and ISIS.
    Milking what, man? Imagine an American civilian airliner getting harassed by foreign fighter jets in Canadian airspace, WTF do you think would happen then?

    The international press not mentioning it only reveals who they (and apparently you) think is worthy of humanity. Nothing more.
     
    Genius

    Genius

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    Milking what, man? Imagine an American civilian airliner getting harassed by foreign fighter jets in Canadian airspace, WTF do you think would happen then?
    The international press not mentioning it only reveals who they (and apparently you) think is worthy of humanity. Nothing more.
    Milking what, man? Imagine an American civilian airliner getting harassed by foreign fighter jets in Canadian airspace, WTF do you think would happen then?

    The international press not mentioning it only reveals who they (and apparently you) think is worthy of humanity. Nothing more.
    I wonder how drunk captain Reza was. He is the one who hurt the passengers by taking the nose down too sharply. It seems the sound of the planes awoke him and he reacted very instinctively half asleep half drunk.
     
    Manifesto

    Manifesto

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    I wonder how drunk captain Reza was. He is the one who hurt the passengers by taking the nose down too sharply. It seems the sound of the planes awoke him and he reacted very instinctively half asleep half drunk.
    I wouldn't be surprised. Iranian airlines have some of the worst safety rankings.
     
    Muki

    Muki

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    I wonder how drunk captain Reza was. He is the one who hurt the passengers by taking the nose down too sharply. It seems the sound of the planes awoke him and he reacted very instinctively half asleep half drunk.
    Drunk on عزة وكرامة lol
     
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