Russia and Iran's joining together as friends - by Servant

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Russia and Iran's joining together as friends - by Servant

Post  servant on Wed 23 Jan 2008, 12:14 am

In October 16,2007 in
Tehran, Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran shook
hands with Vladimir Putin who was visiting from Russia. This was the first
governmental visit to Iran by a Russian head of state in the history of relations between the two countries. The joint declaration produced by the meeting affirmed the friendship
of the two countries and their determination to work together with regard to
the development of nuclear power, arms exchanges, and a solution to the
problems in Afghanistan and Palestine. Keep in mind
that President Ahmadinejad of Iran has promised to develop a nuclear bomb and to use it to annihilate the state of Israel. Also keep in mind that Ezekiel 38 prophesies that Russia will
form an alliance of nations in the end times that will include Persia (Iran),
and that alliance will invade Israel. When you see al these things, recognize that
He is near, right at the boor. Matthew 24:33


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Post  Waqar Daniel on Wed 23 Jan 2008, 11:47 am

Yes it is a sad thing and the Bible's prophecy stands true. Russia wants it revenge of its defeat and Iran is muscling up all the muslim world to conquer the world and make the religion Islam as it is said in Koran. However, it will take lot of years for Iran to be capable of making a nuke. Most of the scientists believe that it will take Iran nearly 30 to 40 years to make a nuke powerful enough to strike Israel.

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Post  thirsty on Wed 23 Jan 2008, 11:58 am

The threat is really grave and it does not come alone with Russia and Iran's shaking hands but with China, Russia and Iran shaking hands in military sales.

Growing ties between Moscow and Beijing in the past 18 months is an important geopolitical event that has gone practically unnoticed. China's premier, Wen Jiabao, visited Russia in September 2004. In October 2004, President Vladimir Putin visited China. During the October meeting, both China and Russia declared that Sino-Russian relations had reached "unparalleled heights". In addition to settling long-standing border issues, Moscow and Beijing agreed to hold joint military exercises in 2005. This marks the first large-scale military exercises between Russia and China since 1958.

Beijing and Moscow warm to Tehran.
In March 2004, China's state-owned oil trading company, Zhuhai Zhenrong Corporation, signed a 25-year deal to import 110 million tons of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Iran. This was followed by a much larger deal between another of China's state-owned oil companies, Sinopec, and Iran, signed in October 2004. This deal, worth about $100 billion, allows China to import a further 250 million tons of LNG from Iran's Yadavaran oilfield over a 25-year period. In addition to LNG, the Yadavaran deal provides China with 150,000 barrels per day of crude oil over the same period.

This huge deal also enlists substantial Chinese investment in Iranian energy exploration, drilling and production as well as in petrochemical and natural gas infrastructure. Total Chinese investment targeted toward Iran's energy sector could exceed a further $100 billion over 25 years. At the end of 2004, China became Iran's top oil export market. Apart from the oil and natural gas delivery contracts, the massive investment being undertaken by China's state-owned oil companies in Iran's energy sector contravenes the US Iran-Libya Sanctions Act. This law penalizes foreign companies for investing more than $20 million in either Libya or Iran.

Side-stepping US laws is nothing new for China. Beijing, as well as Moscow, has supplied Tehran with advanced missiles and missile technology since the mid-1980s. In addition to anti-ship missiles like the Silkworm, China has sold Iran surface-to-surface cruise missiles and, along with Russia, assisted in the development of Iran's long-range ballistic missiles. This assistance included the development of Iran's Shihab-3 and Shihab-4 missiles, with a range of about 2,000 kilometers. Iran is also reportedly developing missiles with ranges approaching 3,000 kilometers.

Beijing has echoed Moscow's opposition to UN action against Iran. After concluding the historic gas and oil deal between China and Iran in October 2004, China's Foreign Minister Li Zhaoxing announced that China would not support UN Security Council action against Iran's nuclear energy program. Opposition in Moscow and Beijing to UN action against Iran is significant because both countries hold UN Security Council veto power.

The endorsement of Tehran's nuclear energy program by Moscow and Beijing reveals the primary impetus behind the China-Iran-Russia axis - to counter US unilateralism and global hegemonic intentions. For Beijing and Moscow, this means minimizing US influence in Asia, Central Asia and the Middle East. For the regime in Tehran, keeping the US at bay is a matter of survival.

The joint statement issued at the conclusion of Putin's state visit to China in October 2004 was a clear indication of Beijing's and Moscow's abhorrence of the Bush administration's unilateral foreign policy. The statement noted that China and Russia "hold that it is urgently needed to [resolve] international disputes under the chairing of the UN and resolve crisis [sic] on the basis of universally recognized principles of international law. Any coercive action should only be taken with the approval of the UN Security Council and enforced under its supervision..."

News Source: http://www.atimes.com/atimes/China/GF04Ad07.html

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Post  WordofLife on Wed 23 Jan 2008, 1:05 pm

Russia, China, Iran and Syria they are all evil and God will punish them for their evil plans. Their plans will never succeed as the Bible says.

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