Syria: dead Romena vows to use force against Tehran if elected president of America

Syria: dead Romena vows to use force against Tehran if elected president of America

11/06/2012 14:29

Erbil, June 11 (Rn) – The American diplomat Richard Williamson, adviser to the Republican candidate for the U.S. presidency, Mitt Romney, that if the election of the last president, it will use force against Iran to stop its nuclear program, criticizing at the same time the policy of President Barack Obama towards Syria.He said Williamson In an interview, interview with the newspaper “Haaretz,” Israel issued yesterday that “when it becomes Romney, president of the United States, it will make clear to Iran that there Sharif (policeman) New in town, and that the threat to U.S. use of military force is a threat credible high from now on.” said that “the attitude of Romney against Iran’s nuclear program is not unequivocal, and on Tehran to stop uranium enrichment, in absolute and allowing the supervision of a large part of the International Agency for Atomic Energy, and the opinion of Romney, the only thing worse than the use of force against the Islamic Republic is to have possession of a nuclear weapon.” He attacked Williamson Obama’s policy towards Iran and Syria, pointing out that “Iran knows that the threat of Obama’s use of military force is not credible to him, and his administration do everything for the development of difficulties in front of Israel, and perhaps even prevent them from doing what must be done.” on the other hand, detection commander of the “Internet police,” the Iranian Kamal Ghazanfar said that his country would block access to the service’s default “in the BNP,” which allows for millions of Iranians to circumvent the censorship imposed by the system on the Internet. According to media Iranian said Ghazanfar, said that “between 20 and 30 percent of Internet users Iranians turn to serve in the BNP, “which allows them access to social networks like” Facebook “and” YouTube “and” Twitter “and thousands of foreign Web sites was marred by the authorities, including several sites belonging to the opposition or the Western media. Open: Wafa Zangana

Source: aknews