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howard.long at comcast.net
Mon Feb 6 12:29:27 CST 2012
"Surely al major Iranian cities would be gone -- " Not so.
People in Teheran confirm now, what sympathetic crowds there showed on 9/11/01,
that Persians generally hate the shariah regime and like the USA.
The Iranian people are on our side and even that of Israel,
not that of Shiite Mullahs who join Sunni alQaeda to impose sharia.
Israelis should target their bombs accordingly.
On Feb 5, 2012, at 2:05 PM, JPreisig at aol.com wrote:
> Dear Radsafe:
> From: _jpreisig at aol.com_ (mailto:jpreisig at aol.com) .
> A few days ago google news reported some source in Iran stating that
> Iran has rocket launch
> capability, with range of 6000 km. Statement was made that such a missile
> could reach the USA.
> Oh my.
> In the last few days National News (USA) reports that Israel may go
> to war with Iran in the
> next few months. If it happens, I hope the war is only conventional
> weapons. Hope World diplomats
> are on top of this.
> Sure, this discussion belongs somewhere else than here on Radsafe.
> Sorry, I'm posting this
> If Iran is just getting into the nuclear arms business, then perhaps
> they have 1-10 Nuclear
> devices and one launch missile for each Nuclear device. This would be
> sufficient to take out
> 1 to 10 Israeli cities??? Ouch...
> Israel has supposedly had nuclear weapons capability for many years
> now. I suspect they also
> have significant launch capability. My crude estimate is that Israel
> would be capable of
> launching 10 to 20 nuclear missiles. Iran's major cities would also be
> gone, with significant
> population loss in Iran. I'm sure the US government has better estimates
> of nuclear weapon
> numbers and launch capability for each of these countries.
> As a first thought, I would make sure that I knew where all ships in
> the Iranian navy is, if
> such a navy exists. Non-military ships also.
> Clearly the USA is able to counter severely any first strike by the
> Iranian nation. Iran would be
> Hope all nations involved are having some restraint right now.
> Regards, Joseph R. (Joe) Preisig, PhD
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