Discussion in 'Higher Learning' started by śïñe•qúå_nøn, Nov 18, 2019.
No wonder the people there are protesting Iran
I feel like the average person needs to know WAY more about Solemani
Isn't this great @FAH1223 !
He makes more sense it’s quiet on where Carlos the jackal and bin laden were in the late 80s and early 90s
crazy to think about it. the last two GOP presidents - one of them lost Iraq to Iran, the next one is gift wrapping the rest of the world to Russia.
all Iran had to do was wait it out (and lose millions in the 80s)
Republicans suck at everything
If Iran were smart they would've coddled Trump like our allies and enemies and they would be fine today
Iran also overplayed their hand in the region, they're facing blowback across the Arab world
They claim to have learned from Qaddafi...but did they really?
@88m3 @dtownreppin214 @2Quik4UHoes
This is so confusing
In Iraq, Lebanon and Syria, which Iran considers crucial to its national security, the Revolutionary Guards — and in particular its elite Quds Force, led by General Suleimani — determines Iran’s policies. Ambassadors to those countries are appointed from the senior ranks of the Revolutionary Guards, not the foreign ministry, which oversees the intelligence ministry, according to several advisers to current and past Iranian administrations. Officers from the intelligence ministry and from the Revolutionary Guards in Iraq worked parallel to one another, said these sources. They reported their findings back to their respective headquarters in Tehran, which in turn organized them into reports for the Supreme Council of National Security.
The roughly 700 pages of leaked reports were sent anonymously to The Intercept, which translated them from Persian to English and shared them with The Times. The Intercept and The Times verified the authenticity of the documents but do not know who leaked them. The Intercept communicated over encrypted channels with the source, who declined to meet with a reporter. In these anonymous messages, the source said that they wanted to “let the world know what Iran is doing in my country Iraq.”
Iraqi's wanting Israel to intervene to kick Iran out is some out of this world shyt.
Someone isn't a true believer of Greater Israel I see