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IRANIAN COMMANDER: ‘ERASING ISRAEL OFF THE MAP’ IS ‘NON-NEGOTIABLE’

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KerryBama need a little time to learn whether mommydaddy were mean to him, or whether he's just another antisemite like trevor noah.

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IRANIAN COMMANDER: ‘ERASING ISRAEL OFF THE MAP’ IS ‘NON-NEGOTIABLE’
Mohammad Reza Naqdi, head of the Basij militia unit of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, has surfaced to reassure the world that death for Israel is still very much on the table on the eve of the P+5 nuclear talks, and will never be negotiated away as part of any nuclear deal with President Obama.
Israel National News reports Naqdi saying that “erasing Israel off the map” is “non-negotiable” on Tuesday.
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A common goal for Muslims around the world . Destruction of the Jewish state.

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If more citizens were armed, criminals would think twice about attacking them, Detroit Police Chief James Craig

Florida currently has more concealed-carry permit holders than any other state, with 1,269,021 issued as of May 14, 2014

The liberal elite ... know that the people simply cannot be trusted; that they are incapable of just and fair self-government; that left to their own devices, their society will be racist, sexist, homophobic, and inequitable -- and the liberal elite know how to fix things. They are going to help us live the good and just life, even if they have to lie to us and force us to do it. And they detest those who stand in their way."
- A Nation Of Cowards, by Jeffrey R. Snyder

Tavis Smiley: 'Black People Will Have Lost Ground in Every Single Economic Indicator' Under Obama

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Democrats>Socialists>Communists - Same goals, different speeds.

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It's a very tense situation today and not likely to get better anytime soon.

Report: US officials fear top Iranian commanders not in full control of local forces
CNN reports incident in which Iranian aircraft came within 50 yards of US helicopter, risking serious incident.
An Iranian aircraft "buzzed" a US helicopter in the Persian Gulf recently, leading American officials to question the level of control that Iranian military commanders have over local forces, CNN reported on Wednesday.
According to the report, US military officials believe that the dangerous maneuver, which could have potentially set off an international incident, may have been ordered at the local level, and not by Iran's top military brass.
The incident occurred in March while talks between Iran and world powers were ongoing in Switzerland and was not in keeping with the professional manner in which Iran has conducted military exercises recently, CNN quoted officials as saying.
The American helicopter, a Navy MH-60R, had taken off from an aircraft carrier, the USS Carl Vinson. The flight was described as a routine patrol in international airspace.
The helicopter was approached by an unarmed Iranian observation Y-12 aircraft which made two passes at the American aircraft before moving off. CNN quoted a US official as saying that the Iranian aircraft had come within 50 yards of the helicopter.
No shots were fired, but the incident is considered a breach and the US is considering lodging a diplomatic protest with Iran, CNN quoted a US official as saying.
Officials said that no Iranian Y-12 observation aircraft were seen in the weeks following the incident, whereas they usually fly over the Gulf frequently, several times a month. This suggests that the buzzing of the American helicopter may have been ordered by a local commander who was later censured for his actions, according to officials.
An American official said that such "buffoonery" could lead to a much more serious incident.
The US Navy is currently patrolling the Gulf of Aden to ensure that Iranian ships are not supplying weapons to Houthi rebels in Yemen.

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