Iran Vows Missile Strike On NATO Site In Turkey If Attacked
November 27, 2011 • 11:26PM

A senior commander of Iran's powerful Revolutionary Guard says Iran will bomb NATO's missile defense shield in Turkey if the U.S. or Israel attacks Iran.

Gen. Amir Ali Hajizadeh, head of the Revolutionary Guards Aerospace Division, is quoted by the semi-official Mehr news agency as saying NATO's early warning radar station in Turkey is meant to protect Israel against Iranian missile attacks if a war breaks out with Israel. Turkey agreed in September to host the radar as part of NATO's missile defense system. A senior military commander has said if Israel fires even a single missile at Iranian nuclear facilities, every inch of the entity will be the target of Iran's missiles.

Iran's Parliament voted 179-4 to expel Britain's ambassador to Iran, according to today's Telegraph. A second Telegraph article reports, "Several politicians cried 'Death to Britain' as the measure was adopted." The head of the parliamentary committee on foreign policy and national security, Alaeddin Boroujerdi, said he was asking the foreign ministry "to expel the British ambassador from the country." The bill must go to the Guardians Council before it takes effect. On Monday, the British announced new sanctions on Iran, meant to spur a confrontation, which went beyond those of the U.S. and Canada.

The world is on a hair-trigger to nuclear war, made possible by the insane Obama, who is allowing British genocidalists to control the U.S. nuclear arsenal.