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Category Archives: iran
19 December 2011 Caracas (AP) State ran media announced Venezuela was sponsoring a ‘freedom flotilla’ to set sail tomorrow for Guantanamo Bay. Calling indefinite detention a “war crime against humanity,” the government slammed the U.S. based facility in Cuba, claiming additional … Continue reading
As Starbuck notably noted earlier – yours truly got to partake of the infamous Committee of 5‘s Iran Wargame @ that ancient Preysbsomething something school in Davidson (“Ain’t no big deal – it’s innocent”). Let’s just say it’s gon wreak … Continue reading
WoI’s expert ex Spy guy, Persian Gulf Military Expert and academ au courant contact gives up some hot deets and 1st thoughts about the crazy asseted news re: Iran’s al Quds Praetorian Guards acting out along the death to America … Continue reading
Libya Latest: Diplomats struggle to maintain unity NATO steps up airstrikes near Misurata Iran secretly helping Syria put down demonstrations CIA agrees to reveal more about its ops to Pakistan Taliban deepens infiltration of Afghan institutions Neumann/O’Hanlon: Afghan army on … Continue reading
>I just noticed something. Take a look at Iran’s Asymetric Special Force Team White: And now take a look at this picture of Lady Gaga from her “Bad Romance” video: I just hope these guys don’t dress up in a … Continue reading
>I’m just as surprised as Andrew Kravetz that Somalian pirates would once again mistakenly attack a US Navy warship–this time the frigate USS Nicholas–with predictable results. While Combined Task Force 150 is fortunate to be squaring off against an opponent … Continue reading
>Courtesy of the SWJ daily roundup, I came across an article from the Voice of America regarding a latest series of threats against US Naval forces operating in the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Aden. The U.S. Navy says … Continue reading
>The government of Iran cracks down on bright students which might present a threat to them, stealing a play from successful tyrants throughout history, including that of their former nemesis. The Wall Street Journal reports: On Wednesday, progovernment militia attacked … Continue reading