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    Quote Originally Posted by davidlbeaty View Post
    You cannot sit down and have a Latte with radical Muslims and expect to come to a happy outcome. They have been fighting for thousands of years and when you deal with someone who thinks blowing yourself up or your kids is a good thing, talking is a waste of time. Israel has the determination to do what's necessary even if the politically correct think it is wrong. They have to live around it eveyday. If we don't wise up we will see the same thing inside our borders before long.
    Exactly! What happened to "We don't negotiate with terrorists"? My definition of negotiating involves Navy ships, fighter jets and Abrams tanks

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    Just seen this on the Comcast home this morning and thought I'd add it to your thread. It's a long article so I'll just post a little of it.

    Iran begins uranium enrichment at new site
    TEHRAN, Iran — Iran has begun uranium enrichment at a new underground site well protected from possible airstrikes, a leading hardline newspaper reported Sunday in another show of defiance against Western pressure to rein in Tehran's nuclear program.

    Another newspaper quoted a senior commander of the powerful Revolutionary Guard force as saying Tehran's leadership has decided to order the closure of the Strait of Hormuz, a strategic oil route, if the country's petroleum exports are blocked. Revolutionary Guard ground forces also staged war games in eastern Iran in an apparent display of resolve against U.S. forces just over the border in Afghanistan.

    "The supreme authorities ... have insisted that if enemies block the export of our oil, we won't allow a drop of oil to pass through the Strait of Hormuz. This is the strategy of the Islamic Republic in countering such threats," Revolutionary Guard deputy commander Ali Ashraf Nouri was quoted as saying by the Khorasan daily.

    Iranian politicians have issued similar threats in the past, but this is the strongest statement yet by a top commander in the security establishment.

    The latest statements are certain to fuel tensions with the U.S. and its allies, which are trying to turn up pressure on Iran with new sanctions to punish it over its disputed nuclear program. The West suspects Iran is trying to make nuclear weapons, but Iran denies this.

    The United Nations has already sanctioned Iran for refusing to stop uranium enrichment — which can produce both nuclear fuel and fissile warhead material. Tehran says its nuclear program is only for energy and medical research, and refuses to halt uranium enrichment.

    Kayhan daily, which is close to Iran's ruling clerics, said Tehran has begun injecting uranium gas into sophisticated centrifuges at the Fordo facility near the holy city of Qom.

    "Kayhan received reports yesterday that show Iran has begun uranium enrichment at the Fordo facility amid heightened foreign enemy threats," the paper said in a front-page report. Kayhan's manager is a representative of Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who has the final word on all important matters of state.

    Iran's nuclear chief, Fereidoun Abbasi, said late Saturday that his country will "soon" begin enrichment at Fordo. It was impossible to immediately reconcile the two reports.

    Iran has a major uranium enrichment facility in Natanz in central Iran, where nearly 8,000 centrifuges are operating. Tehran began enrichment at Natanz in April 2006.

    The Fordo centrifuges, however, are reportedly more efficient. And the site better shielded from aerial attack.
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    IRAN is racing just as fast as they can to get a NUKE ready for action. It will sting a bit but we have to do what must be done prior to them getting a NUKE capability!

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    When they get it-THEY WILL USE IT!!!

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    I think.


    Most likely.

    They are about to use it on these FOOLS!!!



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    Iran is now threating the Arabs if they put more oil into the market.


    Iran warns Gulf Arabs on oil

    CAIRO — Iran warned Gulf Arab oil producers against boosting production to offset any potential drop in Tehran's crude exports in the event of an embargo affecting its oil sales, the latest salvo in the dispute between the West and the Islamic Republic over its nuclear program.

    The comments by Iran's OPEC governor, published Sunday, came as Saudi Arabia's oil minister was quoted the same day denying that his country's earlier pledges to boost output as needed to meet global demand was linked to a potential siphoning of Iranian crude from the market because of sanctions.

    World oil markets have been jolted over concerns that Iran may choke off the vital Strait of Hormuz in retaliation for sanctions hampering its ability to sell its oil. Saudi Arabia and other key Gulf Arab producers have recently said they are ready to provide stable and secure supplies of oil.
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