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Leger Iran op terreurlijst VS
WASHINGTON - Het Amerikaanse Huis van Afgevaardigden heeft dinsdag met overgrote meerderheid besloten het Iraanse Revolutionaire Garde Korps op de lijst van terroristische organisaties te plaatsen. Ook besloot het de sancties op Iran aan te scherpen.

Oke , dit was te verwachtten , oorlog met iran ook.Wat denken jullie dat er gaat gebeuren als er oorlog in iran komt.Is amerika sterker? ik heb het liever niet.we merken er niks van en hebben er niks mee te maken maar daar kan verandering in komen.
 

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tuurlijk is het amerikaanse leger sterker dan het iraanse. USA heeft de sterkste leger ter wereld en ook d8 ik grootste budget voor defensie.
Maar hn leger verslaan is 1 ding maar het controleren is onmogelijk. Te veel exremisten waardoor je irak toestanden krijgt. Denkt dat usa zich niet 2 keer dezelfde fout maakt
 

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WASHINGTON - Het Amerikaanse Huis van Afgevaardigden heeft dinsdag met overgrote meerderheid besloten het Iraanse Revolutionaire Garde Korps op de lijst van terroristische organisaties te plaatsen. Ook besloot het de sancties op Iran aan te scherpen.

Oke , dit was te verwachtten , oorlog met iran ook.Wat denken jullie dat er gaat gebeuren als er oorlog in iran komt.Is amerika sterker? ik heb het liever niet.we merken er niks van en hebben er niks mee te maken maar daar kan verandering in komen.
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Iranian Unit to Be Labeled 'Terrorist'

U.S. Moving Against Revolutionary Guard

By [Link niet meer beschikbaar]
Washington Post Staff Writer
Wednesday, August 15, 2007; Page A01


The United States has decided to designate Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps, the country's 125,000-strong elite military branch, as a "specially designated global terrorist," according to U.S. officials, a move that allows Washington to target the group's business operations and finances.
The Bush administration has chosen to move against the Revolutionary Guard Corps because of what U.S. officials have described as its growing involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan as well as its support for extremists throughout the [Link niet meer beschikbaar], the sources said. The decision follows congressional pressure on the administration to toughen its stance against [Link niet meer beschikbaar], as well as U.S. frustration with the ineffectiveness of [Link niet meer beschikbaar] resolutions against [Link niet meer beschikbaar]'s nuclear program, officials said.

The designation of the Revolutionary Guard will be made under Executive Order 13224, which [Link niet meer beschikbaar] signed two weeks after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks to obstruct terrorist funding. It authorizes the United States to identify individuals, businesses, charities and extremist groups engaged in terrorist activities. The Revolutionary Guard would be the first national military branch included on the list, U.S. officials said -- a highly unusual move because it is part of a government, rather than a typical non-state terrorist organization.
The order allows the United States to block the assets of terrorists and to disrupt operations by foreign businesses that "provide support, services or assistance to, or otherwise associate with, terrorists."
The move reflects escalating tensions between Washington and Tehran over issues including Iraq and Iran's nuclear ambitions. Iran has been on the [Link niet meer beschikbaar]'s list of state sponsors of terrorism since 1984, but in May the two countries began their first formal one-on-one dialogue in 28 years with a meeting of diplomats in [Link niet meer beschikbaar].
The main goal of the new designation is to clamp down on the Revolutionary Guard's vast business network, as well as on foreign companies conducting business linked to the military unit and its personnel. The administration plans to list many of the Revolutionary Guard's financial operations.
"Anyone doing business with these people will have to reevaluate their actions immediately," said a U.S. official familiar with the plan who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the decision has not been announced. "It increases the risks of people who have until now ignored the growing list of sanctions against the Iranians. It makes clear to everyone who the IRGC and their related businesses really are. It removes the excuses for doing business with these people."
For weeks, the Bush administration has been debating whether to target the Revolutionary Guard Corps in full, or only its Quds Force wing, which U.S. officials have linked to the growing flow of explosives, roadside bombs, rockets and other arms to Shiite militias in Iraq and the [Link niet meer beschikbaar] in Afghanistan. The Quds Force also lends support to Shiite allies such as Lebanon's [Link niet meer beschikbaar] and to Sunni movements such as [Link niet meer beschikbaar] and the [Link niet meer beschikbaar].
Although administration discussions continue, the initial decision is to target the entire Guard Corps, U.S. officials said. The administration has not yet decided when to announce the new measure, but officials said they would prefer to do so before the meeting of the [Link niet meer beschikbaar] next month, when the United States intends to increase international pressure against Iran.
Formed in 1979 and originally tasked with protecting the world's only modern theocracy, the Revolutionary Guard took the lead in battling Iraq during the bloody Iran-Iraq war waged from 1980 to 1988. The Guard, also known as the Pasdaran, has since become a powerful political and economic force in Iran. Iranian President [Link niet meer beschikbaar] rose through the ranks of the Revolutionary Guard and came to power with support from its network of veterans. Its leaders are linked to many mainstream businesses in Iran.
"They are heavily involved in everything from pharmaceuticals to telecommunications and pipelines -- even the new Imam Khomeini Airport and a great deal of smuggling," said Ray Takeyh of the [Link niet meer beschikbaar]. "Many of the front companies engaged in procuring nuclear technology are owned and run by the Revolutionary Guards. They're developing along the lines of the Chinese military, which is involved in many business enterprises. It's a huge business conglomeration."
The Revolutionary Guard Corps -- with its own navy, air force, ground forces and special forces units -- is a rival to Iran's conventional troops. Its naval forces abducted 15 British sailors and marines this spring, sparking an international crisis, and its special forces armed Lebanon's Hezbollah with missiles used against Israel in the 2006 war. The corps also plays a key role in Iran's military industries, including the attempted acquisition of nuclear weapons and surface-to-surface missiles, according to [Link niet meer beschikbaar] of the [Link niet meer beschikbaar].



The United States took punitive action against Iran after the November 1979 takeover of the U.S. Embassy in Tehran, including the breaking of diplomatic ties and the freezing of Iranian assets in the United States. More recently, dozens of international banks and financial institutions reduced or eliminated their business with Iran after a quiet campaign by [Link niet meer beschikbaar] and State Department aimed at limiting Tehran's access to the international financial system. Over the past year, two U.N. resolutions have targeted the assets and movements of 28 people -- including some Revolutionary Guard members -- linked to Iran's nuclear program.
The key obstacle to stronger international pressure against Tehran has been China, Iran's largest trading partner. After the Iranian government refused to comply with two [Link niet meer beschikbaar] resolutions dealing with its nuclear program, [Link niet meer beschikbaar] balked at a U.S. proposal for a resolution that would have sanctioned the Revolutionary Guard, U.S. officials said.

China's actions reverse a cycle during which Russia was the most reluctant among the veto-wielding members of the Security Council. "China used to hide behind Russia, but Russia is now hiding behind China," said a U.S. official familiar with negotiations.
The administration's move comes amid growing support in Congress for the Iran Counter-Proliferation Act, which was introduced in the Senate by [Link niet meer beschikbaar] (R-Ore.) and in the House by [Link niet meer beschikbaar] (D-Calif.). The bill already has the support of 323 House members.
The administration's move could hurt diplomatic efforts, some analysts said. "It would greatly complicate our efforts to solve the nuclear issue," said Joseph Cirincione, a nuclear proliferation expert at the [Link niet meer beschikbaar]. "It would tie an end to Iran's nuclear program to an end to its support of allies in Hezbollah and Hamas. The only way you could get a nuclear deal is as part of a grand bargain, which at this point is completely out of reach."
Such sanctions can work only alongside diplomatic efforts, Cirincione added.
"Sanctions can serve as a prod, but they have very rarely forced a country to capitulate or collapse," he said. "All of us want to back Iran into a corner, but we want to give them a way out, too. [The designation] will convince many in Iran's elite that there's no point in talking with us and that the only thing that will satisfy us is regime change."



Achja. Amerika doet maar lekker. Ik verhuis lekker naar Australië moge er een oorlog hierkomen.
 
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Achja. Amerika doet maar lekker. Ik verhuis lekker naar Australië moge er een oorlog hierkomen.

Australie helpt de us ook neem ik aan omdat ze dat ook bij de andere landen deden.
 

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tuurlijk is het amerikaanse leger sterker dan het iraanse. USA heeft de sterkste leger ter wereld en ook d8 ik grootste budget voor defensie.
Maar hn leger verslaan is 1 ding maar het controleren is onmogelijk. Te veel exremisten waardoor je irak toestanden krijgt. Denkt dat usa zich niet 2 keer dezelfde fout maakt
Die "extremisten" zijn in Iran/Irak helden voor de meeste mensen. Net zoals het verzet dat wij tegen de Duitsers hadden. Er is inderdaad geen twijfel over wie sterker is. Amerika heeft inderdaad 1 van de krachtigste, zo niet de krachtigste, legers.
 

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het land bezetten zal het punt niet zijn. waarom staat dit trouwens in gare?
 

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