Iranian warship and supply vessel parade in the Mediterranean Sea

Iranian warship and supply vessel parade in the Mediterranean Sea

Tehrān : Iran | Feb 18, 2012 at 4:35 PM PST
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Iranian warship and supply vessel parade in the Mediterranean Sea



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Is the Iranian Ayatollah going to cut the cancer of Israel? Earlier this month as reported in this forum, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei of Iran referred to Israel as a “cancer” and he is “willing to cut out the cancer”.

The parade of Iranian warship and a supply vessel and the similar activity being undertaken currently by an Israel warship in the Mediterranean seem to carry out the “cutting of cancer Israel” by the Ayatollah. The Shahid Quandi and Kharg, destroyer and supply boat respectively are now sailing via the Suez Canal into the Mediterranean Sea.

What is the meaning of this Iranian design to Israel? As reported, Israel is being alerted in the context of self- preservation. Is the Ayatollah on his voyage to “cut cancer Israel” with his naval muscles? Or Benjamin Netanyahu is on his knees to fly his fighter planes to cut the neck of the Ayatollah of Iran.

Hopefully, the Ayatollah of Iran is just parading his naval hardware for Netanyahu to see in order to strengthen his forces against Iranian nuclear military insanity.

How does Washington read and assess such recent developments between Iran and Israel? Any appropriate moves Obama will initiate boost his campaign but, GOP presidential nominee contenders may use it to further batter him.

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