Living under Iran Mullahs [Breaking: Iran claims it thwarted a US attempt to seize a tanker in Sea of Oman]

NewLeb

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He found it “clueless” because he sees no qualms with Persia and its minions sneaking in from the back-door.

And why should he? He’s a Lebanese Christian who’s safe and comfortable somewhere in Kewserwen. It’s easy for him to open his mouth….
 

zero

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look like the persian slaves in Iraq were directed to begin the unrest after they lost the elections






العربية نقلاً عن إعلام عراقي: قوات مكافحة الشغب تحاول إبعاد أنصار الميليشيات عن مدخل الجسر المعلق​
 

NewLeb

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The idiot in chief still doesn’t know how to deal with these Mullahs. The more “nice” he is towards them, the more willing they are to do stuff like this;

 

proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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The idiot in chief still doesn’t know how to deal with these Mullahs. The more “nice” he is towards them, the more willing they are to do stuff like this;


I have no problem dealing with mullahs the Trump way, but underlying story about drone attack on Iraqi PM - how do we now that it is Iran's doing.
 

NewLeb

Active Member
I do not see it beneficial for Iran still - in case of success replacement will come back with a vengeance and it will make it even worse for Iran.

Perhaps, but these militias are nevertheless to an extent connected to the Iranian regime, even though they may sometimes execute policies that are not exactly aligned with the central government.

If the Mullahs really wanted to, they could clamp down more strongly on this sort of stuff…
 

Patriot

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did they blame the americans yet for the assassination attempt
moukhatat amriki lal iqa3 b ansar hezballahhh
 

proIsrael-nonIsraeli

Legendary Member
Perhaps, but these militias are nevertheless to an extent connected to the Iranian regime, even though they may sometimes execute policies that are not exactly aligned with the central government.

If the Mullahs really wanted to, they could clamp down more strongly on this sort of stuff…
"even though they [militias] may sometimes execute policies that are not exactly aligned with the central government"
- which technically creates opportunity for plausible deniability for mullahs and as such negates the need for mullahs to -
"clamp down more strongly on this sort of stuff".
 

NewLeb

Active Member
"even though they [militias] may sometimes execute policies that are not exactly aligned with the central government"
- which technically creates opportunity for plausible deniability for mullahs and as such negates the need for mullahs to -
"clamp down more strongly on this sort of stuff".

But they have the political and technical capacity to stop it. If they don’t, then they obviously don’t posses the sort of power and influence that they originally claimed to have, which should of course be used by the current administration as leverage in the nuclear talks (don’t count on that).
 

proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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But they have the political and technical capacity to stop it. If they don’t, then they obviously don’t posses the sort of power and influence that they originally claimed to have, which should of course be used by the current administration as leverage in the nuclear talks (don’t count on that).

"But they have the political and technical capacity to stop it"

Assuming you are correct, which is not necessarily so for typically militias as more or less rogue, they are not obligated to stop it and especially if they believe it to be beneficial for them.
 

NewLeb

Active Member
"But they have the political and technical capacity to stop it"

Assuming you are correct, which is not necessarily so for typically militias as more or less rogue, they are not obligated to stop it and especially if they believe it to be beneficial for them.

They should be obligated to stop it if they expect billions in cash and a return to the deal….
 
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