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Iran's Khamenei warns U.S. over assassination claims

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I lost my job my house my wife and kids left me but now my attention has been diverted by Iranian terrorists?? Yeah! Right!

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lol @ "we are a civilized nation"... which stones our women, doesn't allow their voice, supresses the people, rules with a dictatorship, and denies the Jewish Holocaust ever happened.....

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Elbundo: I lost my job my house my wife and kids left me but now my attention has been diverted by Iranian terrorists?? Yeah! Right!

So will that be your preemptive response to any and all international situations involving the US that might arise for the next couple of years?

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Iran is a CIVILIZED nation anddoes not need to resort to assassination,

Ha,ha,ha, the biggest lie again.

That's not what I hear from Iranian friends who barely escaped from Iran to US.

Iranian government is a brutal government against their own people. Gimme a break.

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"the Saudi ambassador to Washington"

I wonder if any of the female Saudi embassy staff, if there are any, drive cars in Washington...

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@societymike

lol @ "we are a civilized nation"... which stones our women, doesn't allow their voice, supresses the people, rules with a dictatorship, and denies the Jewish Holocaust ever happened.....

"which stones our women": Not women, but married people who are accused of adultery, this includes men too.

"doesn't allow their voice": Not sure what you mean. But women get to elect and to be elected there.

"supresses the people": Yes, they do suppress their own people. But so does many countries, in America, Europe, Russia and Chine. This doesn't mean that they all intend to assassinate diplomats on USA's soil.

"denies the Jewish Holocaust ever happened": They didn't deny the Holocaust, they questioned the numbers of victims, and asked historians to reiterate over the historical facts to see how much innocent Jewish people were really killed in the genocide.

@SuperLib

So will that be your preemptive response to any and all international situations involving the US that might arise for the next couple of years?

Yes, this is in case something really happened. Currently, all of the US experts who interacted with Iranians say that this makes no sense. Neither for an ordinary person like me this makes any sense. To kill the Saudi ambassador in the USA of all countries, through a sales man who is known to be disorganized, and with cooperation with drug dealers!?

People in the US have the right to question the validity and timing of this issue, and you need not deny them that right.

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"any measures taken against Tehran over an alleged plot to assassinate the Saudi ambassador to Washington would elicit a “resolute” response."

What's he gonna do anyway? Drop his robes on state TV?

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I do not like Iran but at the same time can we really trust the scum bags at the CIA?? Let's not forget those so called weapons of mass destruction that were never found in Iraq!!! This story must be verified but at the same time the USA must let Iran know what will happen to them if they try to mess around in the USA there will be hell to pay drone missiles etc...not only for Pakistan,Yemen etc... right?? We should not forget their terrorism in Buenos Aires Argentina!!!

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SuperLib if you read the article again Teheran is saying that Obama is starting fights with Iran to divert Americans attention from their own crappy economy and I was just using sarcasm. Does that answer your question??

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