US opposed to sovereignty of Muslim nations



by Jim W. Dean, VT Editor   … with Press TV,  Tehran

Not all of this still stands
Not all of this still stands

[ Note: Mr. Khamenei of course is correct on his assumption of the US divide and conquer plans for the Muslim nations. But he should not feel picked on, as the same strategy is used anywhere and anytime it appears it could work.

Religious disputes have bathed the planet in blood throughout history, with both Muslims and Christians partaking to their fullest, and before that we had the tribal version, and still do.

With the US coalition’s proxy terror war effort getting a good thrashing by the Syrian coalition it came as not surprise the Washington, Turkey and Israel and the Gulf States were all looking for any kind of victory they could grab. One might want to inquire how many of those those countries Special Ops people might have participated.

Poor surveillance was the main error on the Russians’ part but they have had those resourced hard pressed in supporting the many ground operation taking place where the troops morale depends on visible close air support. It looks like Palmyra was the last on the list and hence first on the target listJD ]



– First published on December 11, 2016

The Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says the US is always against the sovereignty of Muslim nations and therefore must not be trusted.

Ayatollah Khamenei said the US is not seeking to uproot Takifiri terrorists at all, despite claiming otherwise. The leader noted that Washington is trying to save some of these terrorists for its future goals. The leader added that the US is not interested in the complete defeat of Takfiri terrorists in Syria and the Iraqi city of Mosul.

Ayatollah Khamenei was speaking with the head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq, Ammar al-Hakim and other members of the council in Tehran. The leader noted that Iraq will have a bright future, adding the progress of the Arab state will also benefit Iran.

Jim W. Dean
Managing Editor, Veterans Today


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