US War On Iran Would Be A Serious Mistake

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El Cairo — The United States would make a serious mistake by getting involved in a war on Iran, an Iranian political analyst told Prensa Latina, saying a U.S.-Israeli military attack was a real threat.

According to Hamid Shahrab, also a social activist, many events point to a new stage of confrontation between the Islamic Revolution and the hegemonic powers, led by Washington and Tel Aviv’s Zionist regime.

Those events include the advance of warships, aircraft carriers and US nuclear submarines, along with Israeli military ships, towards Iran’s coasts, said Shahrab, director of the Latin America house (HOLA).

The danger of a U.S.-Israeli military attack on Iran is real and all humanity is being threatened, including the U.S. people, who like others are not interested in such inhuman acts, Shahrabi in an Internet interview from Tehran.

In his opinion, it would be a serious mistake by the Barack Obama administration to underestimate a nation with a very deeply-rooted culture of resistance, which cedes no ground to oppression.

He noted that the recent resolutions of the UN Security Council, the US Senate and the European Union targeted to increasing economic sanctions against Iran, are providing coverage and excuses to the idea of military ship inspecting Iranian ships.

Along with what he described as clear acts of provocation, the current confrontation was preceded by a series of defamatory campaigns over alleged violations of human rights in Iran and interference in their internal affairs, Shahrabi explained.

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