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PostPosted: Fri Dec 18, 2009 5:16 pm    Post subject: Excuse For Iran Invasion? Reply with quote

US could use this to heighten tensions.


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Iranian Soldiers 'Seize Iraqi Oil Well'
Iranian soldiers have "infiltrated" the border with Iraq and seized control of an oil well, according to officials from Iraq and the United States.

A group of 11 men has raised an Iranian flag and remains at the site, Iraq's Deputy Interior Minister Ahmed Ali al-Khafaji said.

Iraq has not begun military action in response and its forces are waiting for orders, he added.

Its national security council is expected to hold an emergency meeting.

A spokesman for the US military confirmed the soldiers had taken control of the oil well but added it was in "disputed territory" near the border and happened fairly frequently.
"There has been no violence related to this incident and we trust this will be resolved through peaceful diplomacy between the governments of Iraq and Iran," he said.

Another American offiicial, Colonel Peter Newell, said: "What happens is, periodically, about every three or four months, the oil ministry guys from Iraq will go... to fix something or do some maintenance.

"They'll paint it in Iraqi colours and throw an Iraqi flag up.

"They'll hang out there for a while, until they get tired, and as soon as they go away, the Iranians come down the hill and paint it Iranian colours and raise an Iranian flag.

"It happened about three months ago and it will probably happen again."

Sky News' foreign affairs editor Tim Marshall said the incident was a sign of Iran "clearly pushing".

"Its all a bit mysterious but the most likely explantion is that Tehran is sending a message to the world - well to the Israelis and Americans: 'Don't even think of attacking us, you know what might happen if you do'," he explained.

Well 4 is one of five in the Fauqa Field, which is estimated to hold 1.55 million barrels of reserve oil. It is 500m from the Iranian border.



http://web.orange.co.uk/article/news/iranian_soldiers_seize_iraqi_oil_ well?linkfrom=hp4&link=ticker_pos_1_link_3&article=index

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 22, 2009 12:22 pm    Post subject: Iran says nuke plans are fabricated by US Reply with quote

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/middle_east/8425704.stm

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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has dismissed as a US forgery a document allegedly showing plans by Tehran to test a nuclear bomb trigger.

In a US TV interview Mr Ahmadinejad said the report in the Times newspaper was "fundamentally not true".

He said criticism of Iran's nuclear programme had become "a repetitive and tasteless joke".

Iran denies claims it wants to build atomic weapons, saying its nuclear programme is for civilian purposes.

The BBC's Jane O'Brien in Washington says the interview offered a rare opportunity to see an Iranian leader being questioned by the US media.

But Mr Ahmadinejad's answers gave little indication that his administration is moving towards a more conciliatory position, says our correspondent.

'Fabricated papers'

The Times reported last week that it had obtained a document, dating from 2007, describing a four-year plan by Iran to test a nuclear trigger using uranium deuteride.

We don't welcome confrontation, but we don't surrender to bullying either
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

'Memo' shows Iran nuclear intent

The product can be used as a neutron initiator: the component of a nuclear bomb that triggers an explosion.

The memo apparently details how some work on the trigger should be outsourced to universities, but other work is too secret and must be carried out by "trustworthy personnel" within the organisation allegedly carrying out Iran's secret nuclear weapons research.

Another document seen by the Times is said to be a memo from Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, naming him as the chairman of the Field for the Expansion of Deployment of Advance Technology (Fedat) - which the newspaper says is a cover for a secret nuclear weapons programme.

In his first public response to the report, Mr Ahmadinejad said the accusations were "fundamentally not true".

In an interview filmed on Friday with ABC News, but broadcast on Monday, he dismissed the documents, saying: "They are all a fabricated bunch of papers continuously being forged and disseminated by the American government."

When asked if there would "be no nuclear weapon in Iran, ever", Mr Ahmadinejad said his view was already known.

"You should say something only once. We have said once that we don't want a nuclear bomb. We don't accept it."

A senior adviser to US President Barack Obama, David Axelrod, said it was "nonsense" that the US had fabricated the documents.

"Nobody has any illusions about what the intent of the Iranian government is," he told ABC.

'Bullying'

Iran is already subject to three sets of UN sanctions for its refusal to suspend its uranium enrichment programme.

It is at risk of further sanctions after it rejected a deal to send low-enriched uranium abroad to be refined into fuel for a research reactor.

A defiant Mr Ahmadinejad said Iran would welcome talks "under fair conditions".

"We don't welcome confrontation, but we don't surrender to bullying either," he said.

"If you are saying you are going to impose sanctions, then go and do it."

Mr Ahmadinejad also rejected criticism of Iran's human rights situation and allegations of mass arrests following the elections which returned him to office in June.

"These things have to do with the judiciary. We have good laws. There is the judge. These people have got lawyers. These are not political questions."

He said people in Iran had more freedom than in the US.

The ABC interview took place before the latest protests held at the funeral of the influential dissident cleric, Grand Ayatollah Montazeri.

Iran says its uranium enrichment programme is for purely peaceful purposes, aimed at generating electricity so that it can export more gas and oil.

But the US and its allies say it could be used to develop weapons.


The BBC picks up on some of DinnerJacket's weaker statements to give the appearance he is lying...
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 23, 2009 10:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Now, contrary to what you have been reading, if at all -- there has been NO withdrawal of the Iranian army from Mayssan province, neither partial nor total.

As a matter of fact, the Iranians drew a U shape delineating the new borders and these borders include oil well no.4 of the Mayssan province. And not only did they re-draw the borders that swallowed up an important oil field, but they also raised not one but two Iranian flags there.

Of course, Al Jazeera reported none of it, but Al Arabiya TV as well as Al-Sharqiya Iraqi Sat TV spoke about it at length.

Wait until you hear the "good" parts. And I will give them to you point by point.

- Demonstrations in Al-Imarra by the local inhabitants. Note that Al-Imarra is all Shiite. Demonstrations were staged by the Southern Arab Shiite tribes. The demonstrators were shouting No, No to Iran, No No to the Occupation! before being quickly dispersed by the puppet forces.

- Demonstrations in Kerbala where unions and syndicates of workers, students, jurists, professionals... gathered in front of the Iranian consulate demanding the immediate withdrawal of the Iranian army from the Mayssan province. The Iranian consulate barricaded itself in a radius of 150 meters of concrete to prevent demonstrators from reaching the main gates. Again the Southern Shiite tribes were involved in this demonstration.

Wait it gets better...

- The PEOPLE (as opposed to Sadrist party) of Al Thawra city now called Sadr City also voiced their deep discontentment. Many were interviewed and they had a go at the official spokesperson of Al Maliki; Ali Al-Dabbagh who belittled the take over by the Iranians, and two elderly men said, textually. " In 1979, we offered thousands of martyrs for a few inches of land and today, they(Iran) are not only swallowing land but also oil fields."

- The governor of the Mayssan province (a Shiite) was also not too pleased. Even though he was more diplomatic than the people demonstrating, he urged the puppet government to take "serious measures" to stop the Iranian army from infiltrating further into Southern Iraq. (hahahaha)

- Another head from the Southern tribe is also urging the "international community" (another hahahaha) to stop Iran from building its nuclear reactors along the Southern Iraqi borders stretching from Al-Imarra to Basra, as those "will adversely affect the health of the local population with radiation waste". Radiation waste over and above, the tons of Depleted Uranium that the barbaric, criminal USA used in Southern Iraq and not only there...

Now what do you think was the official reaction of the puppet government?

Apart from Tarek Al Hashimi (VP) and the heads of the Southern tribes, news have it that explicit orders were given to those presiding the puppet parliament NOT to make any mention of Iran's latest moves in the Mayssan province and its appropriation of the oilfield there. Mind you this is NOT the 1st oil field it has appropriated in Southern Iraq. Definitely not the 1st, since 2003.

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 09, 2010 1:34 pm    Post subject: Isarela Call for Sanctions Reply with quote

Seems like they are starting to get the ball rolling for Iran invasion

1)WMDs propaganda
2)sanctions
3) UN resolutions
4) suspicious death of someone in the know
5) war rhetoric
6) final warning
7) Invasion

and probably a few stops imbetween.

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New Iran Nuke Move Prompts Sanctions Call
Israel's Prime Minister has called for "crippling sanctions" against Iran after the country declared it is stepping up uranium enrichment to the significant level of 20% purity.

Benjamin Netanyahu said: "Iran is rushing forward to produce nuclear weapons.

"I believe that what is required right now is tough action by the international community.

"This means crippling sanctions and these sanctions must be applied right now."

At the moment Iran enriches uranium to a level of 3.5%, but says it needs 20% to be able to produce medical isotopes.

Experts say it is a significant step towards the higher level of enrichment needed for a bomb.

International Institute for Strategic Studies spokesman Mark Fitzpatrick said: "Technology for enriching uranium is basically the same whether you are enriching it at 3.5% for use in power reactors, or 20% for use in the Tehran research reactor, or 93% for use in nuclear weapons."

Israel accuses Iran of trying to develop nuclear weapons while pretending to build civilian power plants.

Iran has been conducting low-level enrichment of uranium in the central city of Natanz for several years, in defiance of three sets of UN sanctions.

The US and France say they will push for "strong" new UN sanctions against Tehran over its nuclear drive.

China has called for more dialogue in place of sanctions. Russia has shown signs it is warming to the idea of supporting more action against Iran.

Israel, the only Middle Eastern country thought to already be nucleararmed, says it is still considering all options to deal with Iran, including military action.

Israel is thought to have repeatedly drilled its military to prepare for an airstrike on Iran's nuclear facilities.

Iran's leader Mahmoud Ahmedinejad has often disputed the extent of the Holocaust and whether it took place.

He has also called for Israel to be 'wiped from the pages of history'.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has made dealing with the Iranian threat one of his highest political priorities.


http://web.orange.co.uk/article/news/new_iran_nuke_move_prompts_sancti ons_call

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