Why travel to Venezuela?

Why would Iran travel with their war ships 7,673 miles to Venezuela?

 Ohjieshan’s opinion Blog: Why travel to Venezuela? (ohjieshanpoliticalblog.blogspot.com)

Studying the Quran (the sacred writings of Islam revealed by Allah to the prophet Muhammad during his life at Mecca and Medina), the twenty-four books of the Jewish Tanach, or the (Christian Bible), is as confusing to me as you studying the beliefs of our Native (Indian), America’s beliefs, without a ‘True Teacher’!

That said;

Number one on the Government of Iran’s ‘Bucket List’ is ‘World Domination’!

The 2nd on the ‘Bucket List’ is a payback to the United States from the 1980’s!

During the late 1980s, President Ronald Reagan intervened in the Iran- Iraq War in support of Baghdad and Saddam Hussein, ultimately leading to an Iraqi victory. The United States engaged in an undeclared yet bloody naval and air war, while Iraq fought a brutal land war against Iran. 

3rd on the bucket list – Nuclear physicists, military officials, non-proliferation experts, and more than 100 countries across the globe have all voiced their support for the Iran nuclear deal because it is the best solution available to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon without taking military action. Explore below to see what they’re saying:

If the prophet Muhammad, the Messiah savior of Israel, Jesus Christ, Allah, G-d and God are all the teachers of love thy neighbor, why all the wars?

Lessons from America’s First War with Iran (brookings.edu)

The air travel (bird fly) shortest distance between United States and Venezuela is 4,501 km= 2,797 miles.

If you travel with an airplane (which has average speed of 560 miles) from United States to Venezuela, It takes 4.99 hours to arrive.

President Barack Obama has committed the United States to preventing Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons.

The Historic Deal that Will Prevent Iran from Acquiring a Nuclear Weapon | The White House (archives.gov)

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