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Iran says it's the victim in nuclear showdown

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Khamenai said that "soon the world will know the power of Allah", quoted. Iran is copying the China and N.Korea's model to suppress its citizen and looking for respect from the world in order to advance the Shiite Muslim agenda. This atrocity regime has religious apocalyptic view at the expense of own peoples. See, what easy money can do (oil) ? To believe in Iranian politician, one must be out of this world mentally through various supplements!

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they must be stoped, the world doesnt need that....

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I often feel that a country that sponsors 10,000 rocket launches onto civilians, kills their own people who protest, and holds holocaust denial meetings really are just victims.

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Poor little innocent Iran. My eyes got so teary I could barely read it.

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What was the regime thinking? On practically the same day that it uses its first domestically-made fuel rods, it launches penny-ante bomb attacks in three countries, including India, a major oil customer. The Four Stooges in Bangkok even left their Iranian passports and money lying around, like they wanted the whole world to know that they're from Iran and like to bomb cars, people, and Israeli targets.

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Obviously Iran is being bullied by many.

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The Four Stooges in Bangkok even left their Iranian passports and money lying around, like they wanted the whole world to know that they're from Iran

Doesn't that seem a bit odd to you?

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