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camelguy

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I don’t care if I come off as bashing Arabs. Iran is exploiting a weakness that is prevalent throughout the Middle East. You think any other power would not do this? You think Saudi Arabia would not do this if they could? You think the world is sunshine and rainbows?

Don’t blame Iran for doing what any other dominant power would do in its place.

You make nice excuses for the US just like the Arab Monarchs Who kiss their feet and whitewash their crimes. You forgot Afghanistan is like this today because US supported Osama bin Laden against the Soviet backed secular Afghan government? Or how Libya is in shambles because of the West?

But somehow the focus is always on Iran. Nice job falling for the great magic trick blaming Iran while the US/Israel/West continue to kill more Arabs right underneath your nose.

But yes Hezbollah (a lebanonese organization) and Shiite PMUs (Iraqi organizations) are the source of all the problems in the those countries and the Middle East.

Enjoy living in that bubble Camel Boy. Your name fits your intelligence.
Too much assumption about what I believe in rendering your entire post... USELESS
 

mohsen

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Technological backwardness (which leads to weak economy) was imposed by Americans, first by supporting Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussain and encouraging him in war against Iran, later by imposing sanctions in the name of opposing the very same dictator, later by invading Iraq in the name of destroying chemical weapons of this dictator, and finally through creating ISIS terrorist group.

And here this Zionist says Iran should leave Iraq. lol

Iran is neither in Iraq or Lebanon. but perhaps he meant the pro-Iran people should leave these countries!
what Zionists were dreaming about Lebanon and came up with 2006 war, and later thought about the whole region and brought up the ISIS.
 

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Let us get something straight. Iran is NOT a dominant power. Not anywhere. It is also very clear Iraq doesn’t want Iranian troops within - their - lands.

Dominant power means that you have the power to overpower your neighbors.

Iran doesn’t have this nowhere.
-If you start something against Pakistan their nukes will level you.
-if you start something against Turkey they will cut through Iran like butter. Same if you touch Azerbaijan.
-if start something against Saudi’s, Israel and us coalition will make a puffed potato of Iran

Iran shouldn’t forget it has many weaknesses too. Many suppressed people. When people start doing the same thing Iran is doing to other countries Iran shouldn’t complain about foreign interference. This is what you have been doing for decades since Mullah came to power.

If Iran took the role pre-Mullah it would become a regional player at best. At the moment you just live by oil revenues for as long as that last. Iran must transform into a sane and modern country for its own good.
 

QWECXZ

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Let us get something straight. Iran is NOT a dominant power. Not anywhere. It is also very clear Iraq doesn’t want Iranian troops within - their - lands.

Dominant power means that you have the power to overpower your neighbors.

Iran doesn’t have this nowhere.
-If you start something against Pakistan their nukes will level you.
-if you start something against Turkey they will cut through Iran like butter. Same if you touch Azerbaijan.
-if start something against Saudi’s, Israel and us coalition will make a puffed potato of Iran

Iran shouldn’t forget it has many weaknesses too. Many suppressed people. When people start doing the same thing Iran is doing to other countries Iran shouldn’t complain about foreign interference. This is what you have been doing for decades since Mullah came to power.

If Iran took the role pre-Mullah it would become a regional player at best. At the moment you just live by oil revenues for as long as that last. Iran must transform into a sane and modern country for its own good.
We can level all of those countries as well and the leaders of those countries know it very well. The opinion of an internet warrior does not change the realities of the region. The Aramco incident is only a demonstration of power by our smallest proxy in the region whose manpower does not exceed 50,000 personnel. Keep crying and whining. Cry us a river because you feel you got owned by us. And try to kick Iran out of the region or harm Iran in all ways possible for you. Please do your best. Words are cheap. Actions speak louder.

And please do not forget to remind me of this thread when Iran has been kicked out of Iraq, Lebanon, Yemen or Syria. LOL
 

Blue In Green

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Let us get something straight. Iran is NOT a dominant power. Not anywhere. It is also very clear Iraq doesn’t want Iranian troops within - their - lands.

Dominant power means that you have the power to overpower your neighbors.

Iran doesn’t have this nowhere.
-If you start something against Pakistan their nukes will level you.
-if you start something against Turkey they will cut through Iran like butter. Same if you touch Azerbaijan.
-if start something against Saudi’s, Israel and us coalition will make a puffed potato of Iran

Iran shouldn’t forget it has many weaknesses too. Many suppressed people. When people start doing the same thing Iran is doing to other countries Iran shouldn’t complain about foreign interference. This is what you have been doing for decades since Mullah came to power.

If Iran took the role pre-Mullah it would become a regional player at best. At the moment you just live by oil revenues for as long as that last. Iran must transform into a sane and modern country for its own good.
Where are you even from? It is blatantly obvious you have a dog in this fight since you're so intimate about it. Really does look like Iran hurt you on a personal level.

Are you Israeli, Lebanese, Jordanian, Iraqi, Iraqi Kurd, Syrian, Syrian Kurd, Saudi, Kuwaiti, Omani, Bahraini, Yemeni, Egyptian, UAE?
 

Cthulhu

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Where are you even from?
He is a Pink Panturks.

Pink Panturks better start learning Kurmanji Kurdish instead of wasting their time on this forum. Soon they're gonna have to start answering for their policies towards the "Mountain Turks" in what's to be known as Kürdiye, They'll need to know Kurmanji Kurdish to apologize to the angry "Mountain Turks".
 

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I see the same trend over and over again, someone insults or berates another nation without looking at the issue logically and the people of that very nation retaliate.

Have you all forgotten? All nations think first and foremost of their national interests, does anyone here seriously believe any nation in this whole world is completely innocent and free of guilt? Every single nation has committed one criminality or another, anyone who says otherwise is a Nationalist.

Coming back to the real issue at hand... If Iran can continue their influence on Lebanon well then best of luck to them, and that goes for Iraq as well.

I only hope this trend continues so that we may at a certain point realize that this current trend of "domination" or "strategic depth" in the long run does not actually work and the only thing that does work is mutual respect and cooperation. If the governments of nations however think otherwise, then best of luck to them.
 

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I only hope this trend continues so that we may at a certain point realize that this current trend of "domination" or "strategic depth" in the long run does not actually work and the only thing that does work is mutual respect and cooperation. If the governments of nations however think otherwise, then best of luck to them.
You are free to believe what ever you wish. However there is good evidence that Iran only interfered against ISIS when Iraq and Syria where almost completely overrun. Unlike some people who take pride in using violence, Iranians in general do not pride themselves for using force. However, there is no way Iran can allow ISIS, Al Qaida or any other Shia-hating Wahabi organisation to take foothold in their backyard.

Furthermore, Iran does not control Lebanon. That is sheer lie. After 79 revolution Hezbollah from Lebanon have chosen Iran as an ally. Iran has literally no way to force them into obedience. If they would decide tomorrow that they no longer wish to be allies then there is absolutely nothing Iran can do about it.
 

H. Dawary

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You are free to believe what ever you wish. However there is good evidence that Iran only interfered against ISIS when Iraq and Syria where almost completely overrun. Unlike some people who take pride in using violence, Iranians in general do not pride themselves for using force. However, there is no way Iran can allow ISIS, Al Qaida or any other Shia-hating Wahabi organisation to take foothold in their backyard.

Furthermore, Iran does not control Lebanon. That is sheer lie. After 79 revolution Hezbollah from Lebanon have chosen Iran as an ally. Iran has literally no way to force them into obedience. If they would decide tomorrow that they no longer wish to be allies then there is absolutely nothing Iran can do about it.
And you are free to believe that as well my dear Iranian friend, however, all nations pursue their interest in the form of power and Iran is no different from any other nation.

I suggest you read "Politics Among Nations... The struggle for Power and Peace" By Hans Morgenthau. Best of wishes.
 

SubWater

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I see the same trend over and over again, someone insults or berates another nation without looking at the issue logically and the people of that very nation retaliate.

Have you all forgotten? All nations think first and foremost of their national interests, does anyone here seriously believe any nation in this whole world is completely innocent and free of guilt? Every single nation has committed one criminality or another, anyone who says otherwise is a Nationalist.

Coming back to the real issue at hand... If Iran can continue their influence on Lebanon well then best of luck to them, and that goes for Iraq as well.

I only hope this trend continues so that we may at a certain point realize that this current trend of "domination" or "strategic depth" in the long run does not actually work and the only thing that does work is mutual respect and cooperation. If the governments of nations however think otherwise, then best of luck to them.
Iran do not have single troop or warplane in Iraq or Lebanon. for destroying Iran influence, Yankees should do massacre and kill many innocent people.

This Iraqi protest brought threat and opportunity for Iran. slowly, big opportunities are visible for deep thinkers. And IRIran always see and understand these signs in dangers.
 
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