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I really don’t like the message…

…but I understand that it must be respected even if the people who made it aren’t.

What does “400 seconds to Tel Aviv” mean?
When it’s coming from Iran 🇮🇷 and you live in Israel 🇮🇱 it means that you’re in the crosshairs of a mortal enemy with capabilities that you can’t ignore. It seems like war is an inevitable consequence and with 2 aircraft carriers and 2 separate support fleets with an unknown number of submarines, the US is poised to act as well. I really don’t want to have to explain this stuff to my niece and nephews because they are so young and innocent but they are so perceptive too. They see and hear far more than we could ever imagine.
And this is the only the beginning… hopefully not the end as well 😔
spjennifer · 56-60, T
Should Iran make the terrible mistake of attacking Israel then they will bear the consequences of their actions. Iran has no idea of the hellfire that will rain down on it. Gaza will seem like a summer camp compared to what Iran will look like should they be stupid enough to attack a US warship. Iran has been rattling their sabre but they only have antiquated hardware and lots of soldiers [b]and[/b] civilians who will end up dying...
Northwest · M
It is a reminder that Hassan Moghaddam, head of Iran's missiles/space program, perished in an explosion in November 2011, along with 16 others, that was blamed on an accident, and it's the 11th anniversary of that explosion. This "news" item is a year old.

Iran is nowhere near obtaining this type of technology.
2cool4school · 46-50, F
@Northwest oh ok 👌 lol 😝
lumberjackslam · 41-45, M
where did you hear it?
spjennifer · 56-60, T
@2cool4school & @lumberjackslam Much like Iran's Qaher-313 in 2013, their supposed "Stealth" fighter aircraft, this is more than likely another propaganda attempt by Iran, attempting to intimidate pretty much no one into believing they possess modern hardware. The harsh sanctions against Iran have meant that their only suppliers of Military hardware has been Russia who isn't selling their most advanced hardware to Iran. Doesn't mean they can't do some damage with what they have but they will get annihilated by most modern militaries like Israel and the US. Iran would struggle to even detect modern stealth fighters and bombers like the F22, F35 and B1, B2, let alone be able to do anything about them.
2cool4school · 46-50, F
@spjennifer Iran still has more missiles than any other country in the Middle East. That’s an agreed upon fact by the international military community. Whether hypersonic or not it’s possible to use them in much the same way as Hamas and overwhelm the defense systems of Israel and the allies who have come to their aid. I really hope that it never comes to that.
spjennifer · 56-60, T
@2cool4school Oh I don't doubt that Iran has lots of missiles but I don't think they want to attack any US ships, or even the Israelis. Those Iranian missile batteries require radar to launch and the moment they light up their radars, they are susceptible to attack by anti-radiation missiles. Also, pretty much every US warship has Tomahawk cruise missiles that can easily target those missile batteries. Iraq's military, then the 3rd largest in the World was taken down in 3 weeks, how long do you think Iran would last?

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