Results 1 to 3 of 3
#1 Iran is Planning to Attack the Gulf Countries; Iran is Producing Chemical Weapons
10-06-2009, 03:44 PM
- Join Date
- Aug 2005
MEMRI: Iran is Planning to Attack the Gulf Countries; Iran is Producing Chemical Weapons
All of it is supposedly predicated as retaliation if its nuke facilities are hit. We'll see if they have that patience. Seems to be the unspoken trump card in the multi-nation discussions.
On October 5, 2009, Alarabiya.net posted an interview with an Arab Ahwazi man who was presented as a former undercover agent for the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC). The man claimed that 40,000 well-trained operatives, mostly Shi'ites, are in the service of Iran in the Arab Gulf states – 3,000 of them in Kuwait alone. He stated that the cells formed by these operatives were trained to collect intelligence, sabotage installations in the Gulf region, and assassinate senior officials. He added that Iranian Al-Qods forces commander Qassem Suleimani had prepared a plan to take over 22 embassies, both in Iran and outside it, if Iran were to be attacked.
This interview is in line with a July 14, 2009 intelligence report posted by the Ahwazi Islamic Sunni Organization on its website. The organization claimed that the report was based on classified Iranian Air Force information, according to which Iran has a comprehensive military plan to attack the Gulf countries using the MiG-31 aircraft that it had purchased from Syria. Thus, it said, Iran is preparing secret airports and camps in Ahwaz province, as well as forces in the northwest of the province, in order to attack Iraq, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia.
The report also revealed a purported IRGC plan to carry out terrorist operations in the Gulf countries, and alleged that Iran was developing chemical weapons in two top-secret plants in Ahwaz province, and was burying the chemical waste products in the province. Also according to the report, Iranian special forces belonging to the IRGC and acting outside Iran have the capability and the access to carry out biological and chemical weapons attacks, and had conducted joint maneuvers with Hamas and Hizbullah as well as with Yemeni Houthi forces, and also with Iranian sleeper cells in Iraq and in the Gulf countries.
It should be noted that this organization claims to be operating with Saudi backup and support.
Following are the main points of the report:
"In direct cooperation with the National Research Center in Ahwaz, and with direct support of the Saudi National Association [sic], we have succeeded in obtaining an important classified document issued by Iranian air force headquarters, signed by the commander [Gen. Hassan Shah Safi] and sent to the commander of the airbase in the city of Al-'Amidiyya, known as 'Airbase No. 5.' In addition, we disclosed a plan by IRGC [to attack the Gulf countries from its military bases located] near the city of Al-Hamidiyya [in western Ahwaz], which is detailed below…"
MiG-31 Warplanes Expected to Arrive at Al-'Amidiyya Airbase
According to the report of the Ahwazi Islamic Sunni Organization, on November 2, 2008, Iranian Army Air Force commander Gen. Hassan Shah Safi sent Al-'Amidiyya airbase commander Shahryar Hosseini Nejad a classified military document with instructions to prepare for the arrival of three MiG-31 warplanes. The instructions stated that all the pilots on base must prepare for special military maneuvers, and that all the information – "photos, films, and geometrical maps indicating the storage and deployment of missiles with chemical warheads – [must be forwarded to] Ali Qaramlaki, chief expert on weapon manufacture."
The document sent by Iranian Army Air Force commander Gen. Hassan Shah Safi to Al-'Amidiyya airbase commander Shahryar Hosseini Nejad, is posted at www.sonnaalahwaz.org
The Ahwazi organization went on to state that the Al-'Amidiyya airbase houses three F-7 jets launched from underground installations equipped with special tunnels for takeoffs and landings. It assessed that the expected arrival of the MiG-31 warplanes is proof that they were purchased by Iran from Syria approximately 18 months ago. Furthermore, the organization revealed Iran's military plan to connect all the airbases in Ahwaz province, to set up additional bases for logistical support, and to connect the Al-'Amidiyya airbase to three islands belonging to Ahwaz province, as well as to the three islands contested by Iran and the UAE (Greater Tunb, Lesser Tunb, and Abu Moussa), apparently in order to build airfields there, as part of Iran's military plan – as is evident from satellite photographs taken by the UAE.
10-06-2009, 03:48 PM
They have to realize such a move would result in the complete and total annihilation of their country. I know their leadership isn't the sharpest knife in the drawer, but I would imagine a good portion of their military leaders and others realize what such a move would bring about in terms of a response by the international community.
It would be suicide.
I suspect it's nothing more than posturing.I like to shoot people with my CANON.
10-06-2009, 04:49 PM
- Join Date
- Aug 2005
"These People Are Simple and Suicidal.They Believe that they Need a Major Cataclysmic Event Like an Atomic WarTo Awaken The Mahdi From His Sleep .He Will Bring a Great Muslim World Wide Victory !"
The idea of the Mahdi has been described as important to Sufi Muslims, and a "powerful and central religious idea" for Shia Muslims who believe the Mahdi is the Twelfth Imam, Muhammad al-Mahdi who will return from occultation,
“Mr. Ahmadinejad and his followers clearly believe that this time is now, and that the terminal struggle has already begun and is indeed well advanced,” Lewis wrote in The Wall Street Journal Aug. 8. “It may even have a date, indicated by several references by the Iranian president to giving his final answer to the U.S. about nuclear development by Aug. 22.”
The United Nations Security Council has asked Iran to stop all uranium enrichment by the end of August, but Iran has refused. Western nations, led by the United States, believe Iran is using its nuclear program as a cover for developing atomic weapons while Iran says the program is for generating electricity with nuclear reactors.
Ahmadinejad repeatedly has said he believes Israel should be obliterated, and he is a clear foe of the U.S. government, which he contends is against Islam and is the strongest threat to his Shiite goal of Middle East domination. Another key reason Ahmadinejad is an imminent nuclear threat, based on an concept that kept nations from nuclear attacks during the Cold War -- mutual assured destruction.
“There is a radical difference between the Islamic Republic of Iran and other governments with nuclear weapons,” Lewis noted. “This difference is expressed in what can only be described as the apocalyptic worldview of Iran’s present rulers.”
In other words, Iran doesn’t fear retaliation if they attack Israel or the United States because a final global struggle against an evil enemy will present them with the privileges of martyrdom as taught in Islam, Lewis wrote. Death is not a deterrent.
Signs of the Mahdis Return :
According to scholar Moojan Momen, signs that Sunni and Shi'a are agreed upon include the following:
1. The Mahdi will be a descendant of Muhammad of the line of Fatimah.
2. His name will be as the name of Muhammad.
3. He will rule for either seven, nine or nineteen years (though these years are consisted of days not necessarily the same as 24 hour days)
4. He will distribute wealth.
5. His coming will be accompanied by the raising of a Black Standard.
6. His coming will be accompanied by the appearance of the Dajjal (the 'Great Deceiver').
7. There will be a lunar and solar eclipse within the same month of Ramadan
8. A star with a luminous tail will rise from the East before the Mahdi emerges.
9. He will restore faith to its original form and eradicate moral corruption.
10. He will fight for the cause of Islam and make it prevail throughout the world
11. He will have a broad forehead, a prominent nose, and his eyes will be naturally mascaraed
12. He will fill the world with justice and fairness at a time when the world will be filled with oppression.
|« Previous Thread | Next Thread »|