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Countries Bombed by the United States since WWII

Name the countries whose territory has been deliberately bombed by the U.S. with hostile intent, 1946-present.
  • Source: Wikipedia
  • Not counting accidental bombings
  • Not counting actions with no loss of life
  • Quiz by KoljiVriVoda - Apr 29, 2017
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level ∞
Apr 29, 2017
Its possible this list is incomplete. However, there are a lot of bad sources on the internet that have a political axe to grind. We're happy to improve the quiz if there are errors, but please post evidence from a good source.
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level ∞
Apr 29, 2017
Panama appears in two different decades, but the action only lasted for about a month.
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level ∞
Apr 29, 2017
The U.S. also destroyed some Iranian off-shore oil platforms in 1988. As far as I know there was no loss of life. Furthermore, there was one incident where a bomber strayed into Chinese territory during the Korean War. This was claimed to be accidental, which it probably was due to strict orders to avoid invading China.
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level ∞
Apr 29, 2017
The reason for the description is that otherwise we would have to include countries like Kuwait and Bosnia that the U.S. bombing was intended to support.
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level 25
Aug 11, 2017
looks complete http://www.maurer.ca/USBombing.html
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level ∞
Aug 11, 2017
This is exactly the type of inaccurate source with a political axe to grind I was referring to.
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level 62
Apr 29, 2017
got 16, 96th percentile, and only 4 points :c
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level 67
Apr 29, 2017
What about Somalia in the 1990s with the battle of Mogadishu? No bombs dropped I guess?
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level 40
Aug 13, 2017
Yeah, I was just thinking the same thing! I guess it probably has something to do with the fact that I watched Black Hawk Down last night!
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level 58
Apr 30, 2017
May I ask... what countries were bombed accidentally. I know we dropped nukes over ourselves and greenland but where else have we accidentally bombed?
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level 67
Apr 30, 2017
We accidentally bombed your mom once.
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level 64
Apr 30, 2017
What an immature reply.
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level 59
May 2, 2017
Immature, but admirable. I salute you.
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level 64
Apr 30, 2017
The countries mentioned by QM above.
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level ∞
Apr 30, 2017
Just China, as far as I know.
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level 73
May 1, 2017
And we accidentally nuked North Carolina http://www.cnn.com/2014/06/12/us/north-carolina-nuclear-bomb-drop/
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level 28
May 1, 2017
We accidentally dropped a nuke on Spain as well, but it didn't detonate.
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level 70
May 2, 2017
Chinese embassy in Belgrade. Also Switzerland, but 1) during WW2 and 2) possibly deliberately by accident .
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level 51
Apr 17, 2018
We've also done nuclear tests in what was once owned by the US such as the Marshall Islands.
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level 53
Apr 30, 2017
bosnia?
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level ∞
Apr 30, 2017
We weren't bombing Bosnians. We were bombing Serbians in Bosnia. Explained in the above comments.
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level ∞
May 1, 2017
And by we I mean the United States, not JetPunk. JetPunk has never bombed anybody. :)
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level 40
May 1, 2017
That's what they want you to think
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level 55
May 1, 2017
"Jetpunk has never bombed anybody." - QM 2017
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level 67
May 1, 2017
I'm not sure that I agree with this caveat though, because we were bombing "Bosnian Serbs" as well, who were Serb through ethnicity but Bosnian in residence and nationality. So although we were not hostile towards the government of Bosnia, we were hostile to those specific groups of people that were targeted, in a similar way to post-regime change operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as Lebanon and Pakistan.
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level 75
May 3, 2017
We are Bosnian Serbs, not Serbians in Bosnia.
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level 58
May 17, 2017
In Bosnia, as in most civil wars, both sides claimed the territory of the whole country, and the 1995 NATO bombing was hostile against one side in a civil war on Bosnian soil. After the war, the country continued to exist with Serbs as a constituent nation. If you only consider the side that controls the capital city or the majority of the territory at a certain moment of time to be legitimate representative of a country, then Russian attacks against ISIS in Syria cannot be considered bombing Syria, since the Russians collaborate with the Syrian army. Also, the bombing of Pakistan wasn't aimed at the Pakistani government, but at the rebel forces, yet Pakistan is mentioned on this quiz. All in all, Bosnia and Herzegovina should definitely be on this list. Also, the name of the country NATO bombed in 1999 was FR Yugoslavia, the name hasn't been changed to Serbia & Montenegro until 2003.
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level 67
May 17, 2017
U potpunosti se slažem kao kreator ovog kviza. Imao sam malo duži spisak država, ali se glavnoodgovorni drži svojih kriterijuma.
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level 40
May 1, 2017
They will even tell you that the moon landing wasn't faked
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level 65
May 2, 2017
Unfortunately we don't all have your connections or intelligence and we tend to rely on the facts as presented.
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level 73
May 1, 2017
oy. Grenada. Of course. Only one I missed.
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level 53
May 1, 2017
Pedantically speaking, the U.S. bombed itself throughout the Cold War...which did lead to a few deaths from radiation, though unintentional
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level 57
May 2, 2017
Not only North Korea was bombed. South Korea was also bombed and civilians were targeted.
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level ∞
May 3, 2017
I don't know what you are referring to, but obviously the United States was defending South Korean interests. Including them would be against the spirit of the quiz.
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level 68
Jul 22, 2017
and what the hell she is doing in syria?! defending whom!? against who?!
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level 62
May 17, 2017
Guatemalans and Grenadians won't even spit on Reagan's grave.
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level 8
May 17, 2017
Horrendous behaviour - these countries are all over the world. Is there a quiz for Russia? Have they also been so aggressive?
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level 73
May 20, 2017
Russia has for centuries been extremely aggressive, but, they tend to focus more on their neighbors than countries far from their borders. If a country has ever shared a border with Russia or the Soviet Union, though, then there's a very good chance they've been invaded by them. If they haven't ceased to exist and been absorbed by Russia, that is. If they haven't been invaded then they've at least dealt with attempts to subvert and coopt their governments through mostly peaceful but no less aggressive means. A bit farther from home they also were involved in Vietnam and several places in the Middle East, but they usually prefer arming and propping up foreign armies rather than direct engagement. The US also prefers this most of the time but seem more willing to get their own hands dirty. This may be more to do with an ability to project power than a willingness to use it, though. Compare the United States' 20 aircraft carriers to Russia's 1.
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level 56
Jul 18, 2017
How about Chile in 1973?
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level 57
Aug 10, 2017
US forces didn't bomb Chile. The CIA just supported the Chilean military coup.
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level 65
Aug 10, 2017
Yup. The 9/11 you don't lower your flags for.
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level 47
Nov 26, 2017
@tshalla What are you trying to say?
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level 65
May 26, 2018
Well, there was an attack launched on September 11 which resulted in the near-immediate deaths of about 3,000 people. (That year, 1973, one of the key architects of the attack, Henry Kissinger, was co-winner of the Nobel Peace Prize.) The damage lasted a lot longer, however, under the harsh rule of Augusto Pinochet and the introduction of neoliberalism.
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level 73
Jul 13, 2018
The United States never attacked Chile. The CIA didn't do anything to stop the coup in 1973, but suggesting that Kissinger was a "chief architect" shows you don't know what you are talking about. And whether the CIA directly orchestrated, helped plan, explicitly condoned, tacitly approved, or simply did nothing to prevent (most likely scenario) the coup, no US bombs were dropped on Chile and nobody killed anyone there except for other Chileans acting on their own interests. This isn't to excuse Pinochet or the US government's material support for him, just to clarify that the US never attacked Chile for anyone confused by tshalla's tangent.
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level 58
Aug 10, 2017
Really an excellent quiz.
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level 60
Aug 10, 2017
Fun fact: From 1979 to 1983, Grenada was a marxist-leninist one-party state under constitutional monarchy (Elizabeth II).
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level 65
Aug 10, 2017
From a New York Times article from 1984: "The Army has awarded 8,612 medals to individual Americans involved in the October invasion of Grenada, although it never had more than about 7,000 officers and enlisted soldiers on the island." That was for combat that lasted a few hours.
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level 73
Aug 19, 2017
Keeping the entire world relatively peaceful for so long means you end up with a bunch of medals sitting around just begging to be pinned on something...
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level 39
Aug 10, 2017
True. However, though Reagan sent in troops in October 1983 to rescue the deposed Premier, Maurice Bishop, the US never bombed the island.
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level 65
Aug 11, 2017
To rescue Bishop!! Not quite! The immediate cause/justification of the invasion was the factional struggle that put Bernard Coard in power (and killed Bishop). But Bishop's PRG - and his plan to build an international airport to try to promote tourism (what a devious plot by a Caribbean government!) - was the reason that Grenada was on the USG's radar in the first place. (After asking the US, the UK, Canada, virtually every Western European state, and the Soviet Union for help, only the Cubans offered technical and financial support.) Of course, the invasion was also timed as a diversion from the bombing of a US military base in Lebanon. The soft military target and the medals were also an attempt by Reagan to rehabilitate the military in the public mind in the wake of Vietnam. But be clear - the US had ramped up its propaganda efforts against Bishop since '79.
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level 50
Aug 10, 2017
Strange quiz
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level 58
Aug 10, 2017
Once again, in 1999, there was no country named Serbia & Montenegro, it was named FR Yugoslavia at the time.
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level 53
Aug 10, 2017
"Bombing"? You spelled "enlightning by bringing democracy" wrong.
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level 73
Aug 10, 2017
You spelled enlightening wrong.
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level 59
Aug 10, 2017
It's "making the world safe for democracy"!
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level 66
Aug 10, 2017
Here's a quiz that needs another spoon in the pot. Since the status of South and North Vietnam as separate nations was, to say the least, contentious, I'd suggest allowing and showing simply "Vietnam" as an answer. A whole lot of explosives were used north and south of the 17th parallel.
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level 59
Aug 10, 2017
I know this doesn't count, but the US government (i.e. law enforcement) bombed the MOVE organization in Philadelphia in the 1970s. It killed a whole lot of people, especially in the resulting multi-building fire.
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level 48
Aug 10, 2017
I was thinking the same thing. I tried U.S., thinking that should count. It was the U.S. bombing with hostile intent--the quiz doesn't say U.S. military.
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level 49
Aug 10, 2017
Please add Peru, Bosnia and Niceragua https://wikispooks.com/wiki/US_Bombing_campaigns_since_1945
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level 59
Aug 10, 2017
Yes, definitely. There are also many sources that support adding Guatemala, El Salvador, Congo, Indonesia and Iran on the list.
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level 67
Aug 11, 2017
If there are sources, share them with us.
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level 68
Aug 10, 2017
shame on usa
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level 65
Aug 10, 2017
Cause Iran is much better, right?
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level 73
Aug 11, 2017
.... well I'm certainly no fan or the oppressive theocratic regime in charge in Iran. Contrary to popular Western opinion they are not to blame on anyone but the Iranian people and they are far worse than the Shah ever was. That being said... in this one respect (countries bombed/invade)... yes, actually, Iran is much better than the USA. Ignoring proxy wars (they have supported in one way or another one fighting in Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, and Yemen), they have never once engaged in aggressive war since the formation of Iran in 1979. They fought one war with Iraq, but they were the ones attacked in that case.
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level 68
Aug 12, 2017
at least iranians do not boast about killing others! we are engaged in a myriad wars and problems (embargo, coups, etc) generally made by us in at least 50 years. popular government of mosaddeq was toppled by usa and uk in support of shah. and ask yourself stoooopot. how many legal and popular governments are toppled by usa? how many people are killed in korea, vietnam, iraq, afghanistan and even syria for sake of usa politicians?! i am not against people of united states but its government really belongs to hell!
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level 73
Aug 13, 2017
Mosaddeg was actually the usurper. The US helped return the Shah to power after a coup and the subsequent massive theft of property and infrastructure. Why is that part of the story always left out? (by Americans, too, not just in Iran.) and when he was chased out of the country a 2nd time, you got another popular leader, Khomeini, who was much worse. No thanks to the USA. Not enough characters left to educate you about all the other wars you listed. Not saying the US is always in the right, or the wrong, but of course it's a lot more complicated than anyone who says one or the other believes. If you're from Iran maybe consider the fact that the government there, to mask it's own massive and repeated failings and numerous abuses of power and human rights, is desperate to distract you. The most reliable way for failed leaders and despots to do this is with an external bogeyman. For Iran it's the USA and Israel. But Trump does the same thing. Leaders everywhere often do.
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level 68
Aug 16, 2017
dear kalbahamut mosaddeq was not a usurper! shah wanted to force him to limit his legal options and then to abdicate while it was not permitted in the constitution. if you are told or the something against it, it is probably a biased source! and you remark that khomeini was much worse. i am very eager to listen to your reasons. however, khomeini was much worse to us government and its allies. accept my apology, but the majority of people in western countries are prisoners of propaganda! much worse than what of nazi germany and ussr. you spoke about human rights in iran!!! in comparison with usa, which country has more prisoners per capita?! which country executes more?! 2009 protesters in iran are more oppressed or people in Ferguson?!!! how about wikileaks manager julian assange?! which country has more poor people compared to its poverty line? which country has higher rates of gun ownership, murder, robbery, and rape?! usa obviously backs MKO, the next post...
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level 68
Aug 16, 2017
continued... while has concerns about human rights in iran. i do not really thing that every thing in iran is ok, but if you really think that 9/11 catastrophe is done by some camel-jack jihadist without help of an internal source of information and logistic, i do not blame you that think iranian regime is failed. it really differs with north korea, zimbabwe, cuba, saudi arabia and even israel. apart from politics, i invite you to come to iran and find the truth with no intermediate media.
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level 73
Aug 19, 2017
azh, I assume you are in Iran. I am sorry to inform you that you are being fed propaganda by your government. I get my information from a wide variety of sources and have lived all over the world, but I make a specific and conscious effort to avoid biased media with a clear agenda. Actually, you may be surprised to learn this, but the popular prevailing narrative in the USA is also the (incorrect) one that the Shah was installed by the US, destroying the vibrant democracy of Iran. This is of course nonsense but it's what many Americans believe, because Americans tend to be highly self-critical and also it is an American tradition to openly criticize the government. Iran doesn't have this tradition. Iranian leaders are horrible oppressive dictators who have failed your country and these types of leaders require external bogeymen to distract their people from their own failings. For Iran, this is the USA, Israel, previously Iraq, and more recently Saudi Arabia.
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level 73
Aug 19, 2017
The ayatollahs have consciously chosen isolation since 1979 because it strengthens their own hold on power and like most dictators this is all they really care about. They have sacrificed your economy and prosperity and even your lives to maintain their grip on power. If Iran wanted to be accepted into the international community they could be, easily. Abandon your nuclear weapons program. Stop antagonizing the West. Stop supporting terrorist organizations around the Middle East. Stop talking about wiping Israel off the map. Do this, live in peace with your neighbors, stabilize the government, and investment would flood in and the economy would boom.
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level 73
Aug 19, 2017
... if you really think 9/11 was an "inside job" then... well... this is a good example of how misled you are. Though there are many ignorant Americans who believe this, as well.
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level 60
Aug 27, 2017
Jetpunk etiquette rule #11: Never argue with kalbahamut.
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level 68
Aug 27, 2017
Mr or miss kalbahamut! you have visited much more places than me or lived there. but have never even visited middle east. i am an Iranian. yes! you claim that i am affected by propaganda. sorry. you are seriously mistaken. my information is from various sources too and maybe more versatile than yours! i have at least a dozen of American friends Christian, Muslim, and Hindu in religion and all have high academic degrees like myself, PhD. although i was not been to USA, but eagerly pursue the news about that, not necessarily in frame of Iranian media. 1- you can not deny Shah's backing by USA, it is a mere pig's wash. if you are read and heard contrary to that, we are sensed and suffered. no one other than an Iranian can better judge about that. you maybe are read or heard that Iranians do not criticize themselves, too. i do not blame you. it is generally an American style to judgment about others :)
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level 68
Aug 27, 2017
... continued. you probably can not understand that Khomeini was just bad for USA, Arab dictators, their European backers and Israel. a country is failed that makes wars, not necessarily the one who is engaged in. let review the history. USS Maine is sunk in Cuba, Americo-Spanish war begins, pear harbor is bombed, USA enters WWII, USS Maddox is sunken, Vietnam war begins, 9/11 September incident, Afghan war begins, Powell ruthlessly lies about chemical weapons, Iraqi war begins, and now chemical weapons in Syria. how noddy are you?!!! US government is spoiling your taxes to fight windmills and spreading democracy peanut butter over global toast! does is really concern about human rights?! so it is better to stop backing Arab Tyrannies, Israel as the real usurper, the one who the majority of westerners are banned to criticize (like much of EU) or afraid to be prosecuted, boycotted, vandalized or even killed by Zionist lobbies.
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level 68
Aug 27, 2017
... continued 3- you say that Iranian leaders are "horrible oppressive dictators who have failed the country"! Lol. external bogeymen?!!! :D. these horrible oppressive dictators are just the bogeymen made by American propaganda and you my goodhearted friend tend to believe it. the Khomeini's funeral was a 32 km stampede of mourning people. how is he a devil?! over 80 percent of people have participated in recent elections to choose their parliament members, president, city and village councils and assembly of experts who are tasked to supervise the leader. how you can name it a dictatorship?!!! again i do not blame to judge differently because you are fed by American propaganda. try to wash your eyes...
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level 68
Aug 27, 2017
continued... 4- you say: "Ayatollahs consciously chosen isolation since 1979..." no one needs isolation by itself. even Khomeini was not against relation with any country except Israel. when USA prepares to manage a coup (Nojeh coup plot) to topple the new government, its embassy is occupied by angry students. whether it is accepted internationally or not, USA ends diplomatic relations with Iran, again you probably are not aware about that. my poor friend!!! even know Iran has no relations with USA, because the latter does not want it. it must be noticed that as a precondition, USA must end its backing of terrorist MKO (have your hear about that?! over 20000 guys are killed, most of them ordinary people), return stolen money, and compensate the enmities.
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level 68
Aug 27, 2017
continued ... 5- acceptation into international community is very good, but if you interpret it by sacrificing independence and national interests, we prefer to prove ourselves by will. let me take an example. PRC. the country was meddled by westerners, until WWII. when Mao (i really do not justify him completely) changed the regime. westerners avoid to accept it, boycotted, and sanctioned china. even they expelled it from UN. but when its economy tends to grow, they have nothing except acceptation. if westerners can not bear us, we are forced to prove it by will. maybe Iran is not large enough to be an economical power like china, but it can be the cornerstone in the middle east.
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level 68
Aug 27, 2017
continued... 6- thank your for your recommendations! we never have seek nuclear and other WMDs. it is a ruthless lie from Israel and its backer. when we have no signs of making it, who to resolve concerns? let AIEA agents investigate everywhere even our wardrobes?!!! or give them information about our scientists to Israel happily receive it and kill them (Alimohammadi, Shahriari, Rezainezhad)? let's think that Iran really seeks WMDs. why it must not have it when Israel had over 200 atomic bombs. it is US interpretation of human rights and peace, my goodhearted friend!!!
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level 68
Aug 27, 2017
continued... 7- you say that Iran backs terrorist groups. you failed again. Hezbollah is a liberation army as Shabaa fields are still occupied by Israel. Hamas is a resistance group, because Israel has taken lands which was dedicated to Arab Palestinians before 1967. if Israel has the right to defend itself by killing others and taking their lands, the have the right too. Houthis and their allies are about a half of Yemeni population. they need a government that do not sell the country to USA or Saudi Arabia. why they are terrorists? shameless us politicians say PMF in Iraq is a terrorist group while it just is fighting ISIS, the terrorist group that is created and backed by USA (as Clinton confessed its creation, and Brzezinski warned about its annihilation). USA estimated that a period of 20 years is needed to defeat Isis, but PMF and its allies are doing it in less than 3 years. how hypocrite is USA?!!!
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level 68
Aug 27, 2017
continued ... 8- have you ever seen greater middle east map?!!! is it about just Iran or all other countries are included in. why USA seeks to change the composition of the middle east. i must, again, be sorry for you. it is just for defending Israel in price of others. How you demand Iranians to be apathetic while USA is to kill them?! if another country plans to decompose your country and shamelessly publishes it, what is your reaction. for god's sake be fair. do not just repeat lies that US politicians feed you through propaganda. wiping Israel is not necessarily done through atomic bombs!!! the formal statement of Iran that your media is probably omitted is that an referendum be held by all native Palestinians (Jews ,Muslims, Armenians, other Christians) to decide about their future. all Jews that are migrated to Israel must be their motherlands. all people forcibly escaped from Palestine have the right to return.
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level 68
Aug 27, 2017
continued... 9- i really (without any pretends) invite you to come to Iran and see the truth. for god's sake try not to repeat statements of US backed media for me. i have read and heard them all. think about yourself. you decide to let them think instead of you or do it by yourself. and as the final word, If you do not believe in religion [truth] at least be free [minded] in your world. Imam Husain bpum
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level 68
Aug 27, 2017
reading my post, i have mistakingly write "[you] have never even visited middle east". in fact i meant you never visited Iran :D. come to Iran and be my guest. i will show you the glory of 7000 years of civilization.
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level 73
Nov 7, 2017
Never visited the Middle East? Seriously?

- 4 years living/working in Riyadh
- 2 years living/working in Dammam/Khobar. Much of this spent teaching Middle East history
- 2 years owned a condo in Bahrain
- visited the UAE more times than I can remember
- 1 month living in Jordan
- 3 months in Israel and Palestine including a month in a Jewish settlement and a month in an Arab village in the West Bank
- 3 months in Turkey
- 3 months in Georgia and Armenia
- converted to Islam (mostly for the lolz)
- visited Kuwait, Qatar, Egypt, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Albania, Kosovo, Tunisia, Lebanon, Ethiopia
- would have visited Iran... visa was denied. Would have visited Syria.. civil war broke out.

and you have almost 12 American friends? Wow, that's cute. For the better part of the past decade the majority of all my friends, students, bosses, coworkers, neighbors, roommates, hosts, guests and lovers have been "Middle Eastern" Muslims
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level 73
Nov 7, 2017
I couldn't list all of the people from Iran, Syria, Somalia, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Morocco, Chechnya, Libya, Oman, etc that I have broken bread with, been friends with, shared a bed with, lived together with, etc if I tried. One of my best friends in high school was from Iran.

but all of that is irrelevant. What's true is true. My arguments stand on their own merits. Yours fail to do so. It doesn't matter how many brown or white friends we've got.

The Shah was backed by the USA, yes. But that doesn't mean he was installed or created by them. Why wouldn't he have their support, though? He was friendly to the West. He was willing to have peaceful positive relations with the rest of the world. He supported liberal values like education and rights for women. And though he was also an undemocratic dictator, the alternatives were no better as we've seen.
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level 73
Nov 7, 2017
If Iran or its allies had invested billions of dollars in American infrastructure and had negotiated good deals with American presidents for decades, to the benefit of both the Iranian and American people... and then along came some politician who overthrew the American government and took power for himself, perhaps on the strength of anti-Iranian sentiment in the US, and upon assuming power his first act was to negate all those treaties and agreements that Iran had made with the US in good faith and seize the billions in infrastructure from Iran's allies.... you don't think Iran would support the return to power of the former American government? Your government supports whomever they believe forwards their own interests. They are and have been involved in conflicts in Yemen, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia for decades.

I tried to read the rest of your posts but they were too long and at least 70% bullshit anyway.
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level 47
Nov 26, 2017
@azhfandak I am not here to defend everything the USA has done, in fact they have done may bad things in their history, but please stop with your obvious and clueless propaganda. Different viewpoints are of course important to any conversation/debate but they must be based on some semblance of fact and your arguments are clearly not. And please anyone who claims 9/11 was an inside job has no credibility.
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level 67
Aug 10, 2017
You would think I would remember Bosnia/Serbia one as I was involved in the bombing of them in the Kosovo liberation mission in 99.
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level 67
Aug 10, 2017
Well, God sees everything...
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level 58
Aug 11, 2017
You shouldn't be proud of that fact.
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level 58
May 8, 2018
why not?
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level 50
Aug 10, 2017
How did I forget our little banana republic, Panama..
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level 57
Aug 10, 2017
Chile?
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level 42
Aug 14, 2017
What about the Dominican republic in 1965?
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level 67
Aug 22, 2017
I never thought I'd thank Die Hard 2 for anything, but it got me Grenada, so that's something.
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level 47
Sep 6, 2017
shouldnt Kosovo be here, in bombing of yugoslavia (serbia and montenegro) few Kosovar cities were bombed since lot of Serbs lived there
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level 13
Nov 1, 2017
Yugoslavia, USSR
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level 70
Nov 13, 2017
Serbia and Montenegro should certainly show as FR Yugoslavia.
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level 55
May 11, 2018
And the US Government has the guts to call other nations "terrorists".
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level 58
May 16, 2018
because they are terrorists.
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level 73
May 26, 2018
There's not a single one of these actions above that could accurately be described as terrorism.
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level 46
May 26, 2018
Tell that to the innocent civilians who have died in these non terrorism attacks.
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level 73
Jul 13, 2018
What good would that do? If they're dead, I mean. I'll forward dictionaries to their relatives if you want. Saying something isn't terrorism doesn't mean it's not bad. This is where most people get extremely confused about this conversation. Calling something terrorist is to describe the motivations behind and tactics employed during that action, it is not a value judgment. Killing someone some way other than through an act of terrorism doesn't make it okay.
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level 40
Jun 12, 2018
Shameful
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level 46
Jul 13, 2018
Love all the caveats for what counts as "bombing". Bombing on accident doesn't count. Whoops!! No loss of life doesn't count. A country's **fill in the blank** gets violently annihilated but because it doesn't technically tally on a kill county so it won't be included here. "You weren't using that atoll were you, Marshal Islands? Because I kinda sorta detonated a 500 kiloton thermonuclear warhead there after lunch yesterday just to see what it would do. Turns out it's pretty loud. Gary back there had his Kodak super 8 rolling if you wanna see what it looked like."
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level 73
Jul 13, 2018
You don't see a difference between weapons tests conducted in uninhabited areas and attacking a country?
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level 59
Jul 13, 2018
Interesting quiz. I don't think it's complete though. The description "countries whose territory has been deliberately bombed by the U.S. with hostile intent" doesn't really exclude countries like South Korea, Bosnia, Kuwait, Kosovo, etc. Their territories were bombed deliberately with hostile intent, even if the occupying forces were the targets. And South Vietnam, like Laos and Cambodia, was definitely bombed during operations against Viet Cong troops and the Ho Chi Minh Trail.
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