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Iran Has Female Ninjas!

Tehrān : Iran | Feb 17, 2012 at 11:01 PM PST
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Since the claims that Iran has a nuclear weapon and that Iran has threatened to close off the Strait of Hormuz have not led to the USA fighting in another war in order to secure more defense contracts, a new angle has been used to persuade people that Iran must be dealt with.

Iran has female ninjas! Over 3,500 women have been confirmed to be learning how to become kunoichi, the technical term for female ninjas. What's up, my ninja?

To claim that the government of Iran are training these women to fight against the US and Israel is the worst media stunt ever. Do not fall for the media hype in regards to Iran because Iran has historically been horrible in wars. Iran can never become an awesome force.

Why? The last time that Iran won a war was in the 6th century BC. The land wasn't even called Iran back then; it was called Persia. Plus, the only reason the Persians defeated the Babylonians was because of the Euphrates River shifting. The ancient city of Babylon was surrounded by the river so that no opposing army could attack it. However, the shifting of the river allowed for the Persian army to march in without any resistance.

The media really needs to stop all of this fear mongering against Iran because they are and will always be weak from a military perspective. For example, Iran's last battle was against Iraq in the 1980's. It ended up a draw. That shows you how horrible the Iranian army is because the first US invasion of Iraq only lasted a little more than a month.

Source: Daily Mail

Adrian Holman is based in Joliet, Illinois, United States of America, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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