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Re: Iranian Tensions Escalate
« Reply #15 on: 04 August 2019 at 22:22 »
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7319589/America-wants-Australia-confront-Iran-provide-security-ships-Strait-Hormuz.html

Australia is carefully weighing up a request from the United States to help confront Iran by providing security to trading ships passing through the Strait of Hormuz.

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has asked Australia to join America in providing security in the world's most important waterway for oil shipments.

Mr Pompeo and newly appointed US Defense Secretary Mark Esper met with Australia's Foreign Minister Marise Payne and Defence Minister Linda Reynolds in Sydney on Sunday.

'We hope Australia will partner with us on some of the most pressing foreign policy challenges of our time, like efforts to stabilise Syria and keep Afghanistan free of terror, and confront the Islamic Republic of Iran's unprovoked attacks on international shipping in the Strait of Hormuz,' Mr Pompeo told reporters

Senator Reynolds said the government's decision would be based on Australia's sovereign interests.

'We are deeply concerned by the heightened tensions in the region, and we are strongly condemning the attacks on shipping in the Gulf of Oman,' she said

'The request that the United States has made is a very serious one and a complex one. That's why we are currently giving this request very serious consideration.

'No decision has been made.'

Iranian commandos seized a British-flagged tanker near the Strait of Hormuz amid increasing tensions with the US and its allies

Senator Reynolds said the two countries had shared concerns about the threat to freedom of navigation and maritime trade in the Middle East.

Mr Pompeo later told a forum at the State Library of NSW the US had asked 'every nation to join' and contribute something different.

'This is a deterrent against the bad behaviour of Iran,' the secretary of state said.

'We're asking every nation that has energy needs, that has goods and services passing through, to contribute to our effort.'

Mr Pompeo also moved to reassure Australia the United States intended to continue strong engagement in the Asia-Pacific region.

'The United States is a Pacific nation. We care deeply about what happens here and we are here to stay,' he said.

'I want Australians to know, they can always rely on the United States of America.
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Re: Iranian Tensions Escalate
« Reply #16 on: 03 January 2020 at 12:17 »
Looks like our enemies in the government are succeeding in their quest to continue this perpetual war with the sand niggers.

Iran promises 'harsh vengeance' after US assassination of Qasem Soleimani in Iraq

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Iran's leaders are promising "revenge" and "harsh vengeance" over the US killing of Major General Qassem Soleimani in Iraq.

Soleimani, head of the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps' (IRGC) elite Quds Force, was assassinated in a strike on Baghdad International Airport on Thursday (local time), along with militia leader Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis.

Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has since described Soleimani as "the international face of resistance" and his death is being commemorated with three days of public mourning in the nation.

The Pentagon confirmed its responsibility for the attack, saying president Donald Trump directed it himself.

"Harsh vengeance awaits the criminals that got [Soleimani's] and other martyrs' blood on their evil hands in [the attack]," Khamenei said, according to the BBC.

Iranian president Hassan Rouhani reportedly added: "Without a doubt, the great Iranian nation and other free nations in the region will take revenge on criminal America for this ghastly crime."

On Twitter, a Farsi phrase meaning "harsh vengeance" is trending in Iran, and at the time of publishing, 'Iran', 'World War 3' and '#WWIII' are the top three trends globally on the social media platform.

Hessameddin Ashena, an adviser to Rouhani, was also quick to warn of retaliation.

"Trump, through his gamble, has dragged the US into the most dangerous situation in the region," Ashena wrote on the social media app Telegram.

"Whoever put his foot beyond the red line should be ready to face its consequences."

Iranian television also described the airport attack as "the biggest miscalculation by the US".

"The people of the region will no longer allow Americans to stay," the country's state broadcaster said.

Trump's only response since to the attack has been to tweet an image of the US flag.
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Re: Iranian Tensions Escalate
« Reply #17 on: 03 January 2020 at 20:33 »
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7848703/How-Iran-crisis-lead-World-War-Three.html

Excerpt: Iran has vowed to exact a 'crushing revenge' on American forces in retaliation for the killing of Quds commander Qassem Soleimani - leaving the Middle East on the brink of a conflict that could quickly spiral into World War 3

The Iranian National Security Council is currently meeting in Tehran - chaired by Ayatollah Khamenei himself for the first time ever - to consider its response.

At their disposal is the world's 13th most powerful military, a host of militia groups spread across the Middle East, proxy-forces such as Lebanon's Hezbollah and Yemen's Houthi rebels, and allies like Syria's Bashar al-Assad.

Targets in their crosshairs are likely to include US troops and military bases in Iraq and Syria, Israeli forces in the Golan Heights, tankers in the Strait of Hormuz, and Saudi Arabia's oil infrastructure.

While initial strikes are likely to be limited, they could herald a tit-for-tat series of events - drawing in Russian forces stationed in Syria defending a key Iranian ally in Bashar al-Assad, and Turkish forces fighting in the country's north.

China also has ships stationed in the Gulf of Oman and recently carried out joint naval drill with both Iran and Russia, raising the prospect that they could also become involved.

Saudi Arabia is already engaged in a conflict with Iran-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen, and any escalation by Tehran would be met with a response from Riyadh.

Turkish strongman Recep Erdogan's troops are deployed in northern Syria and he is close to Russia and Iran as well as being a member of NATO - making his actions unpredictable if a conflict escalates across the region.   

The US, China, Russia and Israel all have nuclear weapons - with at least three of those possessing next-generation hypersonic missiles capable of breaching all defense systems.

Israel is also armed with nuclear weapons and is an obvious target for any Iranian attacks, but Benjamin Netanyahu and the IDF will not hesitate to defend themselves and have recently struck Iran-backed Hezbollah forces in Syria. 

If Iran decides to blockade the Strait of Hormuz, as it has often threatened to do in the past, a host of world powers including European nations which rely on the oil which flows through the waterway could find themselves having to defend their interests.

Ultimately, if the tit-for-tat exchanges between these countries escalated far enough it is conceivable but unlikely that it would end with a nuclear exchange - and destruction on a global scale

Country by country, here is how the conflict could play out:

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The country has an army which is thought to number around half a million active servicemen, along with a population of some 82million from which to draw reserves.

At the military's disposal is an arsenal of ballistic missiles, tanks, attack helicopters, fast jets and gunboats.

While Iranian forces are unlikely to be involved in initial fighting, if the situation escalates then they could be dragged into a ground war with the US.

In the event that US forces are deployed into Iran itself, the country's biggest asset is geography: Surrounded on three sides by mountains, a fourth by ocean, and with a vast desert at its center, it poses a formidable obstacle - even for the US Army.

There are a number of non-military actions that Iran could take within its own borders which would threaten the US, including ramping up its nuclear program.

The country has breached Uranium stockpile limits and been enriching to above energy-grade levels since Trump tore up the deals, but could begin enriching to weapons-grade levels in response to the latest threat.

If that is the case, then US warships, bombers, and cruise missiles could be used to take out the facilities, having prepared plans to do so many times in the past.

Cyber attacks have also become an increasingly popular method of warfare and could be used by both Iran, America and their allies to attempt to win an early upper hand.

Targets would likely include Iranian nuclear facilities - which were successfully targeted with the Stuxnet virus in the past - communications equipment, radar, power networks and other key infrastructure.

To nullify the threat of American drones, Iran could use anti-aircraft missiles to shoot them down, as it did in June last year.

Iranian missiles could also be trained on US warships around the Arabian Peninsula, including the Lincoln Carrier Strike Group, but this would be an extreme option and likely only taken after a ground invasion. 

China also has ships stationed in the Gulf of Oman and recently carried out joint exercises with Iran and Russia, potentially dragging them into any conflict at sea


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Re: Iranian Tensions Escalate
« Reply #18 on: 04 January 2020 at 23:42 »
Muslims believe the same as Creators: This is another War for Israel


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« Reply #19 on: 04 January 2020 at 23:56 »
We are going to waste all our resources fighting these wars in the Middle East. From an Australian’s perspective, they mean not only more unwanted refugees from troubled areas, it means our guard is down when China encroaches on our region by buying off our neighbours, cunningly awaiting an invasion.
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