Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 shot down over Tehran

Norrad

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So what, what has Russia and USA got to do with a dictatorship shooting down an un-armed passenger plane and then lie about it got to do with anything.
Admittedly Iran kill 1500 of it owns citizens for protesting, so hey who will notice a couple hundred more.
The fact that all three of those countries have shot down civilian airliners, but reading isn't a strong point for you I see.
 

GotToLuveIT

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The fact that all three of those countries have shot down civilian airliners, but reading isn't a strong point for you I see.
And that has nothing to do with Iran killing 170 civilians.
You can try and deflect all you want.
Facts are Iran is criminally negligent and did nothing to inform non-combatants of the danger.
 

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So can we close this thread now, since there is a new one with the Iranian admission, and stop the conspiracy theories. Oh wait, this is MyBB, never gonna stop...
P!sss poor that the MyBB staff cant follow the posting guidelines.
 

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Gone from "Death to America" to "Death to their Leaders/Dictators".


Iranians vented fury toward their government after Tehran’s admission, with thousands pouring into main squares around the city on Saturday afternoon. Gatherings organized on social media to mourn the victims of the crash swiftly turned into angry protests against the government’s actions.

“Death to liars!” and “Death to the dictator!” people chanted, according to videos posted on social media. “You have no shame,” shouted several young men, as the crowd joined in a chorus, another video showed. People carried candles and placed flowers at the gates of the universities and public squares.

The country’s elite security force and its top leader were not spared. At universities, crowds called the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps “incompetent” and “the people’s shame.” And some even called on the country’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, to resign.
 

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Gone from "Death to America" to "Death to their Leaders/Dictators".


Iranians vented fury toward their government after Tehran’s admission, with thousands pouring into main squares around the city on Saturday afternoon. Gatherings organized on social media to mourn the victims of the crash swiftly turned into angry protests against the government’s actions.

“Death to liars!” and “Death to the dictator!” people chanted, according to videos posted on social media. “You have no shame,” shouted several young men, as the crowd joined in a chorus, another video showed. People carried candles and placed flowers at the gates of the universities and public squares.

The country’s elite security force and its top leader were not spared. At universities, crowds called the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps “incompetent” and “the people’s shame.” And some even called on the country’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, to resign.
Good! Someone needs to take full responsibility for what happened.
 

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They don't need to. They notified the UN security council before the strikes outlining the legalities of any retaliatory strikes they were going to take against military targets under Article 51. They would probably be able to be held accountable for compensation if any civilian buildings were hit.
 

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They don't need to. They notified the UN security council before the strikes outlining the legalities of any retaliatory strikes they were going to take against military targets under Article 51. They would probably be able to be held accountable for compensation if any civilian buildings were hit.
I haven't read about that, but doubt that makes it legal for them to attack Iraq's infrastructure, and doubt the the UN Security council would give their blessing.

You got any links to that?
 

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Protesters call for Iranian leader to step down

Anti-government protesters took to the streets after Tehran admitted it mistakenly shot down a Ukrainian passenger plane



Anti-government protesters took to the streets of Iran Saturday after Tehran admitted that it mistakenly shot down a Ukrainian passenger jet, killing 176 people.

Thousands gathered outside the gates of Amir Kabir University, near the former US embassy in Tehran, to denounce the plane crash the government blamed on human error and "US adventurism."

Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 crashed Wednesday after takeoff from Tehran's airport. The crash came hours after Iran fired missiles at Iraqi military bases housing US troops in retaliation for a drone strike at Baghdad airport that killed Iranian commander Qasem Soleimani.

In video posted on social media, protesters chanted for Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei to step down and for those responsible for downing the plane to be prosecuted. "Death to the dictator," some chanted.
In one video, demonstrators chanted, "Khamenei have shame. Leave the country."
 
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Trump tweets support for Iranian protesters after Tehran admits to unintentionally shooting down Ukrainian plane

President Donald Trump on Saturday tweeted his administration's support for Iranian protesters who took to the streets after Tehran admitted it mistakenly shot down a Ukrainian passenger jet and killed all 176 people on board.
"To the brave, long-suffering people of Iran: I've stood with you since the beginning of my Presidency, and my Administration will continue to stand with you. We are following your protests closely, and are inspired by your courage," the President tweeted in both English and Farsi.

In a separate tweet, Trump wrote that Iran's government "must allow human rights groups to monitor and report facts from the ground on the ongoing protests by the Iranian people."
 

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I haven't read about that, but doubt that makes it legal for them to attack Iraq's infrastructure, and doubt the the UN Security council would give their blessing.

You got any links to that?
It seems my timing was a bit off. Iran's letter arrived at the UN security council just before the US's letter on January 8th, so it would have been just after the strikes.


Iran did send other letters on the 3rd and 7th of January according to the one sent on the 8th of January.


They both claimed the attacks fell under Article 51 which is vague enough to specify that any country has the right to defend itself by attacking military targets to prevent an imminent attack or in retaliation to an attack.
 

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So were the USA and Russia and I am saying that they are all wrong, but you know what keep slupring on your hero's dick.
And there it is to see for all on forum, the same pathetic response as all SJWs. Can't debate only insult.
Pathetic coward.
 

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Still waiting for you in the other thread:
With Iran admitting they blew the passenger plain out of the sky, tracking imaginary cruise missiles, the anti west rhetoric and no Muslim would hurt a fly defense squid has switch to the usual name calling and fake news.
Nothing more to gain here.

Fact as from day one Iran killed a plane load of civilians and lied about it, till there BS was called out.
 

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ROLF sums up the SJW sheeple on here to the T.

"While Democrats in America defend Iran, students are at the Iranian capital in Iran chanting for the Supreme Leader of Iran to go: "Commander-in-chief, resign, resign".

Iran's regime faces huge public outcry Ukraine plane crash.pic.twitter.com/raDN8YZyFF
— Kambree Kawahine Koa - Text EMPOWER to 88022 (@KamVTV) January 11, 2020"
 

GotToLuveIT

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HAHA they knew the same day, so much for the BS on this thread from the SJW loonies.
The house of cards is falling apart.

"Iran denied for days after Wednesday's crash that it brought down the plane, although a top Revolutionary Guards commander said on Saturday he had told authorities about the unintentional missile strike the day it happened."
 
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