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Dude are you actually located in US or its just the flag for the fun? I heard they speak English over there?

As for your question.
Which country has any other country destroyed recently? Do you know what war is, how it is fought, what destruction of a country means and how it's next to impossible in the modern times to even kill off a country like Somalia short of nuking every single mile of it?
I am living in Frederick, Maryland sir
 

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Bravery being claimed by someone who holds all the records for all major military upsets in history and yes you guessed it right that is Iran/Persia

They use to field an enormous armies in the range of 1-million and then end up getting routed by 100-200k forces or even less and this is something that has repeated itself in Persia and something called the persian phenomenon complex.. Against Omar(Ra), Alexander, Romans, Hotaki etc etc..
 
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Answer to your first question about the Ghadir class, of which we have built 23 submarines so far:
Vijay Sakhuja, director of the National Maritime Foundation, comments that the class is "[the] most difficult to detect particularly when resting on the seabed and this could be the possible tactics that the Iranian Navy could employ during hostilities. Further, given their numbers, these could overwhelm enemy's technological superiority".[17]

It's cute that you assume that Turkey and Pakistan that rely on technology transfer can upgrade their submarines but Iran that produces submarines on her own from scratch can't do that.
First you need a good butt spanking for insulting Arabs with other Arabs militias..im posy # 6.. we know that is the Iranian game played in the ME,, which only shows your ignorance of what just a small Arab country, namely Iraq did to you for 8 years in a row..

Second you midget submarines are based on North Korean Midget ones.. this again shows your ignorance boosted by false arrogance..
 
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Meh! You got handily defeated by the Syrian rebels in a full conventional war which is why Solemni went to Moscow. His even recorded admitting to defeat against the Syrian rebels.. Honestly nobody has been completely defeated by Proxies except you atleast Saudi's are still there and occupying. They got never defeated or anything like that.. They are still there.. But it was not them on documented recordings asking Russia to save them against a non-state actors
Go look at a map of Syria and look at the territory under Syrian rebel control and come tell me how much Iran backed Syrian government was defeated! You act like Russia was willing to get involved in the war without Iranian backed forces on the ground in Syria. You also like to act like the "rebels" were not getting all kinds of help from the Saudis ,Qataris, Turks... and even the U.S its self. What were all those foreign fighters doing in rebel ranks? do they count as "Syrian rebels"?
 

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First you need a good butt spanking for insulting Arabs with other Arabs militias..im posy # 6.. we know that is the Iranian game played in the ME,, which only shows your ignorance of what just a small Arab country, namely Iraq did to you for 8 years in a row..

Second you midget submarines are based on North Korean Midget ones.. this again shows your ignorance boosted by false arrogance..
Those NK midget subs were based on Yugoslavian designs. So what? If you want to spank us go right ahead. Quit hiding behind uncle Sam's pant legs if you wanna call yourselves men!
 

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Go look at a map of Syria and look at the territory under Syrian rebel control and come tell me how much Iran backed Syrian government was defeated! You act like Russia was willing to get involved in the war without Iranian backed forces on the ground in Syria. You also like to act like the "rebels" were not getting all kinds of help from the Saudis ,Qataris, Turks... and even the U.S its self. What were all those foreign fighters doing in rebel ranks? do they count as "Syrian rebels"?
You took my bait.. I baited you in with that previous comment but you fell right into it.. So you are claiming your TOP general didn't admit defeat..

His Moscow meeting outlined the deteriorating situation in Syria, where rebel advances toward the coast were posing a danger to the heartland of Assad’

“Soleimani put the map of Syria on the table. The Russians were very alarmed, and felt matters were in steep decline and that there were real dangers to the regime.

Khamenei also sent a senior envoy to Moscow to meet President Vladimir Putin, another senior regional official said. “Putin told him ‘Okay we will intervene. Send Qassem Soleimani’. He went to explain the map of the theater.”



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What does this tell you? You got defeated by the rebels from 2011-2015 and imagine if this was done by a big country like Turkey asking another country to save it from none-state actors because they failed to stop them... Do you know how embarrasing this is
 

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The key point is "in the middle east" lolz. Also americans are known to hype the enemy so they can get more budget. They claimed WMDs in iraq and thought their military is strong as well.
 

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Gen Kenneth McKenzie: Iran possesses one of most capable militaries in the Middle East
Monday, 26 April 2021 6:37 AM [ Last Update: Monday, 26 April 2021 8:04 AM ]

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Head of US Central Command General Kenneth McKenzie says Iran possesses one of the most capable militaries in the Middle East; the top General said Iran's ballistic missile force is the most formidable in the region.
General Mackenzie who testified before the US House Armed Services Committee said Iran's widespread use of drones means that the US is operating without complete air superiority for the first time since the Korean War.
Iran has time and again stated that its military capabilities are merely defensive and are designed to deter foreign threats.

Our correspondent Colin Campbell joins us now from Washington to tell us more about the testimony that was given before the US House Armed Services Committee by CENTCOM commander, Kenneth McKenzie.


Lets welcome former UN weapons inspector in Iraq, and former US Marine intelligence officer, Mr Scott Ritter who is joining us from Bethlehem, New York.
Mr Ritter, what do you make of this acknowledgement by General McKenzie?


And now we have international relations expert Mehrdad Torabi joining us from Bolonia.
Do you think that the statements pointing to the waning influence of the US in the region shows Washington is facing limitations in the region?



Mr. Ritter in New York. What about the timing of all this talks on reviving the JCPOA are ongoing at the moment, do you think that there's any significance to the timing of all this?


The top American General said Iran's ballistic missile force is the most formidable in the region, Is that why Washington wants a new deal, a renegotiated JCPOA that includes Iranian missiles?


Mehrdad Torabi, would you give us your thoughts on the same question?

Scott Ritter. During the Iraqi imposed war on Iran, as stated many times by the foreign minister the Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, US and other Western governments they armed and they assisted Saddam Hussein with sophisticated weapons while actively preventing Iran from getting access to the most rudimentary defensive necessities, if there's a historical lesson here it said Iran must establish a formidable level of defensive military capabilities. Do you agree?


Iran stated that its military capabilities are merely defensive, and they're designed to deter foreign threats with a foreign presence in the region, ie the United States, the massive arms sales to the likes of Saudi Arabia, and let's add Israel's destabilizing actions into the mix, having a sufficient military capability, like the one Iran has established right now is a must for Tehran.

General McKenzie said Iran's drones mean that the US is operating without complete air superiority for the first time since the Korean War.
Does the fact that Iran's military knowhow is indigenous and domestically manufactured make that sound even more impressive to you?

We shall now be talking about the issue of sanctions. These advancements at the time of the toughest sanctions ever on Iran have led to Iran becoming more and more self sufficient.

Do you think that the whole maximum pressure campaign and the sanctions regime have not been successful with regards to the Islamic Republic of Iran?

The Hawks in Washington have been aiming for regime change in a number of countries in the region.
The list included Syria. Obviously they failed in Syria, they have their eye on Iran as well.

Do you think they'll now have to reevaluate these ambitions given Iran's power and position that it has displayed and established in the region?

Mr. Torabi you can answer that question as well?



Last I check Iran lost to Iraq... muhahahhaha

who loses to the Iraqis...?
 

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Back on topic, Iran is basically an asymmetrical guerrilla army with modest conventional means when it comes to holding territory but significant capability to inflict overwhelming of accurate firepower for a considerable amount of time.

Defensively very potent, but partially because they are willing to absorb losses and retaliate back. It’s attrition warfare. Culturally they have accepted attrition warfare, mostly famous from the time of the Iran-Iraq war of the 80s.

Distributed Lethality, a lot of networked but just effective enough (to limit costs) systems is the best way to counter them, such as a swarm of kamikaze drones to take out their missile batteries. Ultimately, taking territory (and along with it taking casualties) is the only effective to defeat the Iranians. A lesson learned in the 2006 Lebanon war.

For Pakistan’s sake, Diplomacy, neutrality where appropriate, and a backup of drone swarms is the best way to keep Iran from looking our way and the way of our interests.
 

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The key point is "in the middle east" lolz. Also americans are known to hype the enemy so they can get more budget. They claimed WMDs in iraq and thought their military is strong as well.
you know when i read about the drone captured by iran, i had this weird thought that america did it on purpose to lose it so they can have bigger budget.
 

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