Iranians Attack On British Soil

The Iranians have a history of storming embassies. Its current president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, is believed to be one of the people who took Americans at the US Embassy hostage in the late 1970s. And embassy is sovereign just as the nation it represents. Attacking on embassy soil is an act of war.

Iranians, upset with what is taking place in Gaza, have stormed the British Embassy. No one was hurt and the Iranian police controlled the situation.

Where were the embassy guards? Why are these people still alive? Attacking the embassy was an act of war and the Brits had every right to shoot the offenders. Why are they still alive?

Given the history of the Iranians and hostage taking at embassies it is only wise to shoot first and ask questions later.

For now all is well and no one was hurt.

But what about the next time?

Source:
Times UK

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