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U.S. Jets Enter Iranian Airspace, Oil Depot Bombed


U.S. Jets Enter Iranian Airspace, Oil Depot Bombed 6576269209561741426Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad tours the oil refinery in Abadan during the inauguration of the plant in May, 2011.

The Iranian news agency IRNA reported today that a U.S. missile hit an oil depot in the southwest village of Abadan on Wednesday. IRNA said British and American jets had entered Iranian airspace several times.

In addition to the oil depot attack, two rockets reportedly hit the village of Manyuhi near the border of Iraq’s al-Faw Peninsula near the Persian Gulf and the Iraqi city of Basra.

“In the border city of Arvand-Kenar, the invading American and British airplanes violated the airspace of the Islamic Republic of Iran three times,” a commander told the Islamic Republic News Agency.

The governor of Abadan told IRNA that three people, including a guard at the oil depot, had been released from hospital after receiving treatment, reports Mail Online.

No details were released on damage to the oil depot.


2 Comments in Response to

Comment by Scott Heitmann
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This turned out to be an event from 2003

Comment by Alexander Victorio
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 They always like to pull attacks like this during times when the public is distracted like during X-Mas.

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