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Iran warned Tuesday it would strike against an "enemy" threatening it if needed to protect its national interests -- even if the enemy didn't attack first.
Iranian soldiers chant anti-Israeli and anti-US slogans in Tehran on February 1, 2012

By the CNN Wire Staff updated 8:58 AM EST, Tue February 21, 2012

Iran threatens preemptive action


(CNN) -- Iran warned Tuesday it would strike against an "enemy" threatening it if needed to protect its national interests -- even if the enemy didn't attack first.

Gen. Mohammad Hejazi, a deputy head of Iran's armed forces, said his country "will no more wait to see enemy action against us," according to the semi-official Fars News Agency.

"Given this strategy, we will make use of all our means to protect our national interests and hit a retaliatory blow at them whenever we feel that enemies want to endanger our national interests," Hejazi said.

5 voices: Will tensions lead to war?

Fars added that in November, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei had "warned enemies about Iran's tough response to any aggression or even threat."

"Iran is not a nation to sit still and just observe threats from fragile materialist powers which are being eaten by worms from inside," Khamenei told students at a military college in Tehran, according to Fars.

"Anyone who harbors any thought of invading the Islamic Republic of Iran -- or even if the thought crosses their mind -- should be prepared to receive strong blows and the steel fists of the military, the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), and the Basij (volunteer) force, backed by the entire Iranian nation," Khamenei said, according to the report.

Hejazi's remarks come amid high tensions between Iran and much of the world. The United States, European powers, and Israel have helped lead efforts to pressure Iran into taking part in serious negotiations over its nuclear program. Iran insists its program is for civilian purposes, but numerous countries are concerned Tehran is working to build a nuclear weapons arsenal.

Israel has made clear it is considering an attack on Iran's nuclear program. Both countries often openly antagonize each other.

On Sunday, Tehran cut off crude exports to British and French companies in retaliation for a new round of sanctions imposed on the regime.

Officials with the International Atomic Energy Agency, the U.N.'s nuclear watchdog, began a second round of talks Monday with Iranian officials. The IAEA said the talks were an opportunity to get more clarity about the "possible military dimensions to Iran's nuclear program."

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Iranian Threats To Take Preemptive Strikes Ain't Something That Should Be Taken Lightly

Israel, with constant comments, regarding their need to initiate some type of strike on Iranian Nuclear sites, to nullify Iran's ability to create possible Nuclear Weapons, which Israel is sure Iran will use against Israel.

Between these two countries, their rhetoric will possibly lead to a attack of some sort, by one side, which will lead to a larger response by the other side, therefore, leading to a war that has been building for years.

What the leaders of these two countries fail to realize... War doesn't resolve animosity between two leaders, because its the citizens who will carry the weapons into war, and not the leader's fighting against each other with knives.

War, initiated by any country, never pits one man in one county, against a man in another country, who have personal bad feelings for each other. Each Man fights for the interest of their country, and the results are, Thousands of Fighters are killed, cities are destroyed, and the leaders of each country, either choose to "agree" to seas fire and sign some type of peace treaty, or simply agree to stop fighting.

In the case of the U.S. attacking Iraq..., did President Bush get killed? Did we accomplish anything in Iraq? Was the purpose of the war accomplished? Is the U.S. in any better stance or condition? Did the attack of Iraq accomplish anything positive for the entire world?

All questions answer, is "NO".

We lost, not just in the purpose of attacking Iraq, in that no WMDs were found, we lost the respect of the entire world, we lost the ability to be viewed as the true righteous country with fair leadership, we lost our moral ability to challenge any country in the world for their immoral acts, we lost thousands of human lives, we brought back hundreds of thousands of mentally wounded military personnel, we lost our financial stability and financial power completely... and all this was lost due, to the citizens of the U.S., lack of actions to prevent the dumbest President in the history of America, from illegally attacking Iraq.

Who Pays when leaders start wars... not the leaders,,, ask Bush.

My advise to the citizens of Israel, and Iran, do not allow your leaders to take your country to war, and if he does, arrest him immediately and remove his entire administration, put them in jail, and them mend the damages done by your leaders, even if it requires you to apologize or pay for the repair of the damage done by your countries attack.

War... Is Never The Answer.

In My Opinion


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