Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Ahmadinejad Gives Hurricane Warning

I'm sure this isn't what he means, but if he's right apparently there's a huge hurricane warning up for Iran according to Ahmadinejad.

From Reuters:
"If (problems) are decided through the use of force, everything becomes double-complicated," Ahmadinejad said on a visit to Central Asian Tajikistan.

"He who sows the wind will reap a hurricane and this will be a very strong storm in the whole Middle East region, which will strike painfully," he told a joint news conference with Tajik President Imomali Rakhmonov.

Iran is a key backer of Lebanon's Hizbollah guerrilla group, whose capture of two Israeli soldiers in a cross-border raid on July 12 sparked Israeli air strikes on Lebanon.
I'm sure he means to imply that the nuclear weapons he may or may not have that he developed for peaceful purposes if he had one -- may be used if the war escallates outside of Lebanon/Israel.

But if you'll recall, the wind was planted planted when Iran-backed Hezbollah invaded Israel and kidnapped two Israeli soldiers, and killed several more.

Yeah, it's "double-complicated" all right. You were planning on trading kidnapped soldiers in exchange for people in Israeli prisons who were caught ... plotting to or actively carrying out activities designed to wipe Israel off the map.

You .... miscalculated.

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