Not Sure Two Sides Could ‘Bridge the Gaps’ – U.S.
Iran and world powers ended their latest round of negotiations in Vienna today. In their next meeting scheduled for mid-May, the two sides are to start drafting the final comprehensive accord on Iran’s nuclear program. The U.S. negotiators, however, cautioned against premature expectations that they could resolve all outstanding issues so soon.
“Now we are set to start drafting,” the senior U.S. official told reporters on condition of anonymity at the end of a two-day round of talks in Vienna. “At this point we don't know if we'll be successful in bridging [the] gaps.” (Reuters, 10 April)
This fundamentalist regime better get along with Super powers' demands. Once the Western World Powers make up their mind about initiating a bombing Campaign and have built-up an attacking force then come heaven or hell they'll go ahead and do it. Saddam changed his mind, shouted in the last hour that he wanted to withdraw his troops from Kuwait, but none heard him.
Only three more months until another Iranian lie and delusion is exposed. The Senate should get the next sanctions bill ready and it's time for military action to put these little brown "aryan" (lol) nothings in their place.
Iran will give them a lesson they will never forget. Israel learnt it in 2006 see if US is willing to learn it as well
Anon 9:13 AM
Although I hate the Islamic regime,I find your comment very ignorant to say the least.
The us has 40,000 personnel in the gulf all within range of irans short range missile arsenal,and thats without including the ability to shut down the straits of hormuz or the ability to target israel and the nato occupation forces in afghanistan with its long range missile arsenal,theres little comparison between saddams iraq in 1991 and iran in 2014 and considering how the last two wars the west started went,I dont think theres a huge appetite for a third especially against a regional power like iran
Ha ha. You're delusional and you ain't got an idea. The Saudi, Kuwaiti and Qatari late model MIM-104s that are on order won't have any problems swatting your crude bottle rockets out of the sky. All Allied forces will be safe wile positioned in thouse countries. Upon arrival the ABM/SAMs will be placed on the Eastern edge of the Three kingdoms, positioning them up and down the coast creating a defensive umbrella making it impossible for anything to get through.
A war between Iran and the West is necessary. Iran is drunk with delusion ever since Saddam was removed. He knew how to beat Iran down into fear but with him gone Israel will have to do it.
Eretz YisraelApril 10, 2014 at 7:13 PM
Actually the iranian short ranged arsenal of missiles like fateh 110 numbers conservatively in the mid hundreds,this does not take into account irans long range scud and shahab/sejil types that are also numbered in the mid to high hundreds,and is quite capable of swamping any of the abm systems currently deployed with saturation attacks,these abm systems are also likely deployed at the target sites of any missile offensive ie military bases so will likely only get off a salvo before being destroyed,the sam based abms have only a very limited range and can only be used to protect individual sites,furthermore none of these systems have been realistically tested against saturation attacks involving dozens of missiles or enemy countermeasures,you seem to think that it would only require a few patriot batteries to provide an unbreachable shield or that iran will fire off its "bottle rockets" in ones or twos,you`re also assuming that iran would allow any build up in the first place as the bulk of it would have to come via the persian gulf and through the straits of hormuz which iran can easily close or via saudis red sea ports which are within easy missile range
AnonymousApril 10, 2014 at 9:13 AM
What a disgusting comment
Informative videos on the MIM-104 Air Defense system/Anti-ballistic missile system.
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