Wednesday, February 12, 2014

News the HP Doesn't Cover: Iran Escalates Military Threats Against US

Do you think the American readership of the Huffington Post might want to know about Iran threatening their country? The Huffington Post doesn't.

Despite the signing of a landmark nuclear deal in November with the P5+1 world powers, 
and a moderate tone coming from President Hassan Rouhani and Foreign Minister 
Mohammed Javad Zarif, Iranian defense officials escalated sharply their rhetoric against 
the United States over the weekend. 

On Sunday, Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps Navy Commander Ali Fadavi said that the US knows that its aircraft carriers in the Persian Gulf would be sunk if it launched a military strike on Iran.“The Americans can sense by all means how their warships will be sunk with 5,000 crews and forces in combat against Iran and how they should find its hulk in the depths of the sea,” said Fadavi, according to Fars news agency.“They cannot hide themselves in the sea since the entire Middle East region, western Europe, the Persian Gulf, the Sea of Oman and the Straits of Hormuz are monitored by us and there is no place for them to hide.”Also Sunday, Iran’s Defense Minister Hossein Dehqan touted the Iranian military’s ability to respond to an American attack, Fars reported.“The Iranian Armed Forces are an intertwined and coherent complex that can give a decisive response to any threat at any level and any place under the command of the Commander-in-Chief,” Dehqan said in a ceremony marking the 35th anniversary of the revolution that brought the current Islamic regime to power.“The enemy can never assess and think of the range of the response given by the powerful and mighty Armed Forces of the Islamic Iran,” he added.

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