Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Iran doesn't want to miss out on this Israel-bashing, PR propping, Islamogasmic Good Time. Planning To Send Navy to Escort "Humanitarian" Ships to Gaza


Iran doesn't want to miss out on this Israel-bashing, PR propping, Islamogasmic good time, so "I'm-a-nut-job" has decided to send Iranian vessels to "guard" the next "humanitarian flotilla" to Gaza.


The Iranian madman, like Erdogan, is tanking in the polls, unpopular with his own people, and in need of a great deal of support from the masses.

And, in the great tradition of Arab incitement aimed at having the masses forget the troubles at home and blame everything on Israel, Iran is jumping on the bandwagon with gusto.

Unfortunately,  this will cause a good deal of unrest and, possibly, a new war.  

On a positive note, this tension will give Israel a very good reason to bomb Iranian nuclear science back to the stone age, but, on a negative note--it will also be a good excuse (in his crazed mind) for "I'm-a-nut-job" to bomb Israel with his new nuclear toys.

The answer is NOT for Israel to give in and soften the blockade--this will only invite Iran to build some rocket pads right there on our doorstep.  Unfortunately, that is probably what Bibi will do, as he can never stand up to pressure at all.  He talks a good game, but he can never deliver.

Iran's Gaza-bound ships ready for clash with Israel - Ahmadinejad  
DEBKAfile   Special Report 
June 8, 2010, 5:19 PM (GMT+02:00) 

Ahmadinejad to Erdogan: Now it's our turn to challenge Israel

An Iranian sea convoy will back up the Turkish campaign to break Israel's blockade of Gaza.

Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad assured Turkish leaders whom he met in Istanbul Tuesday, Jan. 8 that the vessels due to enter the disputed waters within days will not shrink from a head-on clash with Israel's Navy and Air Force exclusion forces. "We'll breach the Gaza blockade," the Iranian president vowed. The Iranian Red Crescent vessels will carry  "volunteer marines" of the Revolutionary Guards "who will teach the Israelis a lesson."
Tehran's "humanitarian convoy" for Gaza will consist  of three Iranian vessels flying Red Crescent flags.

debkafile's intelligence sources report that he promised Turkish leaders to attach Iranian warships and submarines to the Red Crescent ships for their voyage through the Red Sea, the Suez Canal and into the Mediterranean. For some months, one or two Iranian  submarines have been deployed in the Mediterranean using Syrian naval port facilities.

The showdown between Turkey  and Israel, said Ahmadinejad, "will change many issues in the world and mark the final countdown for Israel's  existence. It shows that it has no room in the region and no one is ready to live alongside it."

British Foreign Secretary William Hague condemned Iran’s plan to send aid boats to Gaza, warning that  the move would deliberately aggravate an already tense situation. “It is not helpful, and probably it is not designed to be helpful, he said.


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