You managed to navigate your way past several points made in my post and extract one definition (numbers killed on either side) as proof of the paucity of my argument. You demonstrated gross impairment in recognising the basic (reality) stance in my post! i.e. A nation (Iran) who lost practically every battle in the closing stages of what had been a war of attrition, who also lost 3/4 of its armoured inventory, half its artillery pieces and personnel carriers and significant portions of its territory in the North, as well as twice as many personnel as Iraq cannot in any way shape or form claim a victory. Unless of course the Iranians themselves were suffering from psychosis of their own, similar in nature to that displayed by you in your deluded little post. PS. Poster 38 states far more coherently his case, whilst agreeing with you on other points makes clear that Iran did not win the war. Try taking a break from the computer Lincoln, it might help blow away the cobwebs. ;)
In Qatar, Kerry seeks to convince Gulf Arabs on Iran deal (Reuters)
from the article: Will Bush make Iran the only superpower?