According to Clinton some within the Iranian regime would welcome an attack, for several reasons.
Well, even the headline says it.And Now Clinton didn't say anything of what you said at least in that link.
While some in Iran say that an attack would unify the country and grant it legitimacy, "there are those who say look, these sanctions are really biting, we’re not making the kind of economic progress we should be making, we don’t give up that much by saying we’re not going to do a nuclear weapon and having a verifiable regime to demonstrate that."
I am sorry, maybe you have a better English comprehension than me. I don't read the same as you have said. And about the war, whatever, if you think so, its cool with me. have a good night.
Regardless all these oil tanker ships are sailing in the Persian Gulf so makes no difference.
So to further clarify, the strait isn't just the short corner to some of us but the entire restricted shipping lane, the western end of which is entirely in Iranian water.
Close the strait all they want ...Oil producers will love it secretly so .. send oil prices stratospheric
Start slow and build the rate of stoppage. The hardest one to stop will be that first one. It'll be a butt hair raising event for both sides.
Once again I don't understand why ships can't chose to travel close to the Arabian Penninsula (UAE waters) and thus avoid entering Iranian territory.So to further clarify, the strait isn't just the short corner to some of us but the entire restricted shipping lane, the western end of which is entirely in Iranian water.
After Iran's threats, UAE have built a pipeline as an alternative.