Iranian Terror Plot Foiled, American Citizen Murdered

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Shortly after the International Atomic Energy Agency released its report showing that Iran is developing a nuclear missile, the regime reminded us why we must stop it from getting nuclear arms. On Saturday, Bahrain and Qatar announced that they foiled a large Iranian-sponsored attack. On Sunday, an American citizen who is an Iranian dissident was found dead in Dubai, almost certainly murdered at the hands of the regime.

The Bahraini government claimed on Saturday, November 12, that it had foiled a large terrorist plot engineered by the Iranian regime. It said that Qatar, a U.S. “ally” that has gotten much cozier with the Iranian regime in recent years, arrested four Bahrainis in its territory involved in the plot. Qatar’s involvement gives credibility to the claim. The Bahraini authorities arrested a fifth suspect.

The alleged terror cell was accused of being in contact with senior officials in the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps and receiving Iranian financing. The group is believed to have been targeting the Saudi embassy in Manama, the Bahraini Interior Ministry and the King Fahd Causeway that goes from the island of Bahrain to Saudi Arabia. The suspects are reported to have had “sensitive security information” about the targets on their laptops. The four flew from Iran to Syria and then crossed into Qatar from Saudi Arabia.

The Iranian regime has been furious for months over the Bahraini Royal Family’s suppression of the mostly-Shiite protest movement, with top Iranian officials calling for military intervention. Saudi Arabia, which deployed forces to Bahrain to assist with the Royal Family’s crackdown, has been repeatedly threatened. A representative of Supreme Leader Khamenei described the conflict in Bahrain in eschatological terms, saying, “The uprising in Bahrain is the best opportunity to begin setting the stage for the emergence of the Twelfth Imam, our Mahdi.” He added that the uprising “could be the catalyst to cause the disintegration of the United States and lead to the downfall of that straw empire.”

This is the second major Iranian-sponsored terror plot to be publicly exposed within two months. Last month, the U.S. revealed that it foiled a Revolutionary Guards plot to assassinate the Saudi ambassador to the U.S. in Washington D.C., using the Zetas drug cartel as cover. Iran hoped that Al-Qaeda would get the blame. The Iranians planned to blow up a restaurant, killing many innocent Americans. The conspirators also discussed plots against the Israeli and Saudi embassies in Washington D.C. and Buenos Aires, Argentina. The Saudi ambassador was likely chosen because of Wikileaks’ revelation that he had privately implored the U.S. to bomb Iran’s nuclear facilities.

On Sunday, an American citizen and Iranian dissident named Ahmad Rezai was found dead in Dubai. The Foundation for Democracy in Iran broke the story, noting that the Iranian Supreme Leader’s office originally reported Rezai as having been murdered. News reporters later described it as a suicide because of his slit wrist, but his father’s website said there were signs of electrocution.

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  • Fred Dawes

    TO The Jews use the H-BOMB Do the job.

    • alphakilosingh

      All great ideas; it is said, are simple. Yours is too simple.

      • Herman Caintonette

        World War III, here we come!

    • aspacia

      No, the Neutron bomb, it does not irradiate

  • FredGarvin

    what Jews..??

  • Big Irish

    my friends, is this just too simple…Canada – the U.S and a few other "real" allies take a little over to Iran, bomb the living sh*t out of the morons – say "dont piss us off again or we will be back"….leave as fast as we entered and let them play in the rubble?…too simple – too nice a fantasy?

    • Herman Caintonette

      That's the problem with Micks … always thinking with their Cheneys.

      Iran's response: close the Straits of Hormuz. Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Iraq declare war, trapping 70,000 of our boys. Egypt, Syria, and possibly Jordan would follow suit, and China is going to curry favor with the Stans. Oil would rise to $250/bbl … if we are lucky. If not, things could get a whole lot worse.

      • mrbean

        Hemaphro Castrati is a dhimmi who wants the Iranian Alligator to eat him last. Dhimmi "Useful Idiots" of Islam that don't realize that the Muslims don't want to be tolerant, they don't want allies, they don't want to assimilate, they want to change America to conform to Islam and Sharia law. Useful idiot Dhimmis just want no conflict and the alligator to eat them last. Muck the Fuzzlims! Kill 'em all, wrap 'em in theirprayer rugs and put 'em all in piles, burn 'em all using pork grease for a starter, and let Allah sort 'em out. Oh deaaaarrr, I am just sooooo awful aren't I.

        • Herman Caintonette

          I don't lump all Muslims into the same bucket, any more than I would all Jews. Many Jews are not Zionists, and many Muslims are not jihadis.

          Your irrational fear of Iran is not widely shared. If any country should make us nervous, it would be North Korea.

        • johnnywoods

          mrbean, I appreciate your sentiment but I have to disagree with your statement "let Allah sort 'em out". Since Allah is a demon and not a god I don`t think he will be sorting anything out since he will be have his own problems to deal with on that "Great and Terrible Day" when he stands before the Judge of all the Earth. Allah is no god and Mo ham head is no prophet and I am a committed "infidel"

  • al Kidya

    I'm afraid Herman Caintonette is correct.
    Besides, most Iranians don't like the regime they are under.
    What needs to be done is somehow to smuggle arms to the revolutionaries within Iran and have them overthrow the regime.

    • Herman Caintonette

      That's what I've been saying for years. By blundering about in the region, we have strengthened the hard-liners' hands by posing an existential threat. Most Iranians weren't even born when Khomeini rose to power, and know only that their rulers are indistinguishable from the Shah and SAVAK. Ten years of peace and engagement, and the revolution takes place on its own.

      • ObamaYoMoma

        know only that their rulers are indistinguishable from the Shah and SAVAK

        Other than the regurgitated and recycled old Soviet agitprop you swallowed like a moron, you don't have the first clue abut the Shah and his SAVAK, or why a jihad was being waged against them.

        • Herman Caintonette

          …declareth the King of Incoherence.

          "The 5,000-member Iranian secret police force SAVAK (a contraction of the Farsi words for security and information organization) has long been Iran's most hated and feared institution. With virtually unlimited powers to arrest and interrogate, SAVAK has tortured and murdered thousands of the Shah's opponents." http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,…

          I'm inclined to believe the respectable and sober journalism of Time over the propagandistic diatribes you drool all over the keyboard, Osama al-Mossadi. Also, "You need to be careful about labeling those who came to a different conclusion than you did as being ignorant and closed minded [or mentally incompetent]." http://frontpagemag.com/2011/11/14/all-american-m

          • ObamaYoMoma

            "The 5,000-member Iranian secret police force SAVAK (a contraction of the Farsi words for security and information organization) has long been Iran's most hated and feared institution. With virtually unlimited powers to arrest and interrogate, SAVAK has tortured and murdered thousands of the Shah's opponents." http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,….

            Why are you posting leftwing propaganda to me? I'm not an ignorant and gullible moonbat like you. The Shah and the SAVAK were countering a jihad being waged perpetually against the Shah, the Shah's government, the SAVAK, and all supporters of the Shah. These jihadists routinely tortured and killed all government and civilian supporters of the Shah they could get their hands on and as a result the Shah and the SAVAK were forced to fight fire with fire or otherwise be obliterated, as the coalition of jihadists and useful idiot leftists funded by the KGB were far more violent and brutal than the Shah's forces.

            So yeah, the SAVAK did indeed torture and murder thousands of the Shah's opponents, which consisted of Jihadists and useful idiot leftwing loons funded by the KGB, but the other side of the equation which was totally omitted by Time is the coalition of Jihadists and KGB funded leftwing useful idiots were far more violent and brutal by several magnitudes than the Shah's forces.

            Furthermore, once Jimmy Carter, who was just as mentally handicapped as you, pulled the Persian rug out from under the terminally ill Shah and the jihadists took over and established an Islamic regime, all the KGB funded gullible useful idiot delusional leftists were systematically executed.

            I'm inclined to believe the respectable and sober journalism of Time over the propagandistic diatribes you drool all over the keyboard, Osama al-Mossadi. Also, "You need to be careful about labeling those who came to a different conclusion than you did as being ignorant and closed minded [or mentally incompetent]." http://frontpagemag.com/2011/11/14/all-american-m….

            Time hasn't been respectable, truthful, or sober for decades you moonbat. With respect to the link you listed, I don't know which post out of four pages of post you want me to look at. Sorry.

          • http://alanmirsblog.wordpress.com/ alanmirs

            As long as shah was the puppet of US and SAVAK took orders from CIA all actions justice and legal
            Prejudice
            This is a translation of much Persian cultural poetry
            One who is aware of self knowledge?
            Fame of one's honor reaches the universe
            One unaware of self knowledge
            Should be awakened from one's deep sleep
            One who is aware of self lack of knowledge?
            Eventually reaches one's honorable goal
            One unaware of self lack of knowledge
            Remains with dense ignorance for ever

          • ObamaYoMoma

            As long as shah was the puppet of US and SAVAK took orders from CIA

            So that's why the moonbat US president, Jimmy Carter, like a dunce pulled the Persian rug out from under the terminally ill Shah, because the Shah was the US's puppet and SAVAK took orders from the CIA? If you are that susceptible to having your ignorance's exploited, then you deserve to be a moron and useful idiot.

    • ObamaYoMoma

      Unfortunately, because we wasted our time pursuing the two biggest strategic blunders ever in US history in Iraq and Afghanistan, it is too late at this stage of the game to empower the revolutionaries. Thus, we are now forced to use military power instead.

      • Herman Caintonette

        One American nuke over Tel Aviv, and it would be all over. It is the logical course of action, for as if Israel attacks, we are guaranteed entry into World War III.

        • ziontruth

          "One American nuke over Tel Aviv, and it would be all over."

          You blame Big Irish for short-range thinking, yet you fail to acknowledge the inevitability of your suggestion being followed by an Israeli nuke over Washington D.C.? You could get a lucrative job as a stress tester for irony meters.

          • Herman Caintonette

            The sarcasm should have been obvious enough for even you to get it. There is no plausible military option here. If Israel attacks, the odds are better than even that we will endure World War III. If we attacked Israel, we could solve the problem while avoiding WWIII, but the best course of action here is to do nothing.

          • ziontruth

            "The sarcasm should have been obvious enough for even you to get it."

            It's not that big a mistake to assume you were deadly serious, consdering you're the one who said killing Jewish kids is a morally legitimate means for the Phakestinians to get a state.

          • Herman Caintonette

            Pope John Paul II and Aquinas would agree — the right to use lethal force in defense of one's lives and liberties against an oppressor is absolute, and the blood is on the hand of the oppressor. Concurrences by our Founding Fathers would read like a Brandeis brief.

          • ziontruth

            "…the right to use lethal force in defense of one's lives and liberties against an oppressor…"

            Jewish kids, the worst oppressors imaginable.

            Adolf is awaiting your arrival at his fiery abode with bated breath. So enamored he is with your way of thinking that he promises to share his room with you, even if it's already crowded since Osama's appearance.

          • Herman Caintonette

            Their parents are the oppressors, genius. By any means necessary….

            Adolf is one of yours, as were Stalin, Karla Faye, and John Wayne Gacy.

          • Ted

            Oppressers is an absolute term and your use of it does measure up to the definition. You either are or are not an oppresser. That would apply to the collective term of a nation or country as well.
            And just who is "yours" in your comment "one of yours" anyway. This comment tells me a lot about you Herman, but I already consider you an A-hole from your previous anal comments.
            And BTW doing nothing in the case of geopolitics is actually covering for the given subjects transgressions, so as they say doing nothing is still making a choice, and IMHO usually a bad one!

          • Herman Caintonette

            If you were on the business end of oppression, you would understand it … and yes, the Israelis are oppressors, if the word is to have meaning.

            One of yours as in "Christian." To ZT, it was obvious.

            Doing nothing is the choice we made every day during the Cold War, and on that account, we are still here.

          • ziontruth

            Herman "killing Jewish kids is morally legitimate" Caintonette said:

            "One of yours as in 'Christian.' To ZT, it was obvious."

            I already said I'm an Orthodox Jew, not a Christian. Unless you meant to lump Jews and Christians together as Bible-believers (being the Bible-hater and Koran-lover you Enlightened person are), you've ignored what I said. It looks like you've decided to be a POS all the way, not observing even the minimum necessary for forum participation, the minimum of reading what somebody else says.

          • Beth

            Herman "killing Jewish kids is morally legitimate" Caintonette

            Wow! I had not seen that remark of his (until now – thanks to you ziontruth). It's a perfect middle name for him. It lets everyone see how deep his sickness runs.

            he's a murderer – at heart.

          • ziontruth

            That's the point, I want this critical piece of information permanently latched to this vile commenter, that's why I'm putting it in every reply to him.

          • ziontruth

            "Their parents are the oppressors, genius. By any means necessary…."

            Visiting the sins of the fathers upon the children? Coming from an outspoken Bible-hater like you?! I'd laugh if it weren't so sad.

          • Herman Caintonette

            Do you understand the concept of deterrence? If you know that if you do X, I will drop 5,000 ICBMs with nukes on your country, you probably aren't going to do X. By the same token, if the Israelis know that doing Y is going to result in their children being killed, they aren't going to do Y.

            That's the problem with Christians: they check their brains at the door, and are no longer able to reason effectively. I don't hate the Bible; I only know it so well that believing in your impotent messiah would force me to check my brain at the door, as well.

          • ziontruth

            Herman "killing Jewish kids is morally legitimate" Caintonette said:

            "By the same token, if the Israelis know that doing Y is going to result in their children being killed, they aren't going to do Y."

            Alright, you've made your, uh, moral (amoral? Immoral? Anti-moral?) reasoning clear. In point of fact, the Arabs' murdering Jewish children has only caused a massive shift of the Israeli Jewish public to the Right in the 2000s decade. If they had any hopes of getting that state they so demanded, their actions backfired by making the majority of Israeli Jews believe their desire for a state was just an appetizer, a prelude to the main course of stealing the entire Jewish state.

            "That's the problem with Christians: they check their brains at the door, and are no longer able to reason effectively."

            You checked your heart at the maternity ward, right after birth. That's a lot worse than your canard of checking one's brain at the door, which itself is nothing but an underhanded way of saying, "Neener, neener, neener, I'm smarter than you benighted religious believers!"

            Anyway, as I said, I'm an Orthodox Jew; the Jewish laws of warfare say nothing about appeasing the enemy said, and quite a lot about bringing peace to the land by forcibly expelling the entire hostile population (based on Numbers 33:50–53). If you were to say the Jewish state isn't going by the precepts of Judaism, then I'd be the first to agree with you, just not in the way you think.

        • ObamaYoMoma

          One American nuke over Tel Aviv, and it would be all over. It is the logical course of action, for as if Israel attacks, we are guaranteed entry into World War III.

          We are guaranteed entry into WWIII if the US or Israel fails to stop Iran from getting nukes you kook.

          • Herman Caintonette

            Are we, you kook? I doubt that the mullahs are really that crazy. Remember when everyone told us that Saddam was crazy enough to use his WMD in the first Gulf War? Didn't happen.

            Attack Iran, and you pretty much guarantee WWIII.

          • ziontruth

            Herman "killing Jewish kids is morally legitimate" Caintonette said:

            "I doubt that the mullahs are really that crazy."

            There we have it. The appeasers' problem in a nutshell. Herm the Germ could just as well have said, "I am absolutely, totally ignorant of Islam and how Muslim believers think."

    • Adam

      We helped arm the Mujahadeen in Afghanastan back in the 80's to help them fight the Russians, and look how that turned out. Enough with this Liberal idea that we can rely on any group within that region to do anything, and take our assistance as a sign of friendship. The old saying, "the enemy of my enemy is my friend" does not apply to the Cult of Islam. Special Ops groups in the dark of night, in slit Ahmedenajhad's throat, and any other high level loyalists to him, and then out as quick as we went in is our only logical solution.

    • ziontruth

      "What needs to be done is somehow to smuggle arms to the revolutionaries within Iran and have them overthrow the regime."

      For a different Islamic regime to be installed. Yeah, make sense.

      The elephant in the room: The populace all over the Muslim world, by and large, doesn't even entertain the thought that Islam is their problem. Ergo, more of the same over and over again.

      • Herman Caintonette

        Whereas the populace all over the Western world, by and large, has come to the realization that ChristianInsanity was their problem. Welcome to the post-Xian West.

        • Ted

          An illogical extrapolation. And the comment was made for what purpose exactly? Certainly not to enter into any worthwhile debate.

          • Beth

            he has no debate Ted – only lies and support for the teachings of murder, of which he will not address – because he can't; he has no defense.

    • bob

      theyve been doing that since the revolution

    • Mustapha

      Sounds like a plan, the same plan the Iranians have to help their brothers who are being killed everyday in Bahrain. I guess democracy is only for some and not all

  • 1minuteman

    obama has mutual friends with iran which is why i think he never does anything real to stop iran. in fact he seems to do things to help iran like pull all us troops out of iraq.

  • StephenD

    Newt has the right approach; Covert ops. Assist the anti-regime movement within Iran. There are enough Iranians that are enemies of the regime and the Ayatollahs to do the job that is necessary. We don’t need to loose American lives over this. We should provide support (since it is in our interest) to those that would have a Democratic Government in Iran.

  • ObamaYoMoma

    The film states that the Arab Spring and rise of the Muslim Brotherhood​ are fulfillments of prophecy, and that Iran is destined to lead a new Arab coalition in destroying Israel.

    Give me a break, Iran is a predominately Persian country. Indeed, this writer is so married to PC multiculturalism that he consistently and falsely mischaracterizes the jihad being waged perpetually against Jewish unbelievers in Israel by the Islamic world as a conflict between Arabs and Israel, even when the main instigators of that jihad is being led by a Persian country. If this writer wasn't so completely married to white washing Islam, he would rephrase the sentence to read: Iran is destined to lead a new Islamic coalition in destroying Israel.

    • ziontruth

      You're largely right, but there's still some wiggle room: Islam is Arab imperialism, culturally as well as geopolitically, making its adherents leave their original cultural heritage for, at the very least, praise of all things Arab.

      Khomeini, for one, said it would be worthwhile to let Iran burn if Islam gains the upper hand. Not exactly an expression of Persian-centric nationalism.

      • ObamaYoMoma

        You're largely right, but there's still some wiggle room: Islam is Arab imperialism, culturally as well as geopolitically, making its adherents leave their original cultural heritage for, at the very least, praise of all things Arab.

        No, I'm not largely right; I'm 100 percent right. For instance, how much of the reading publicly today has studied Islam to the point that they know that Islam is basically prepackaged 7th century Arabic society and a form of Arab imperialism, and how many people do you think really care?

        Indeed, how is mischaracterizing what is really a permanent jihad of conquest being waged perpetually against the Jewish unbelievers in Israel by the Islamic world primarily via their proxy – the so-called Palestinian people – as being just a conflict between Arabs and Israel over a silly land dispute not misleading people? In fact, every time supporters of Israel mischaracterize what is really a permanent jihad of conquest being waged perpetually against the Jewish unbelievers by the Islamic world in Israel as a dispute between Arabs and Israel only, it not only harms Israel's cause tremendously, but it also harms the worldwide cause to counter the expansion of Islam as well.

        As a matter of fact, one of the biggest reasons that Israel is considered to be a pariah state today by the vast overwhelming majority of people in the world is because they don't understand that the so-called Arab-Israel Conflict over a silly land dispute is not really a land dispute or a conflict at all, but instead a permanent jihad of conquest being waged perpetually against the Jewish unbelievers in Israel by the Islamic world to make Islam supreme.

        Indeed, all the hate propaganda spewed by Muslims, self-hating leftists, libertarian anarcho-kooks, and Jew hating bigots is a false pretext that is used to camouflage and deflect the public's attention away and off of what really is a jihad. Muslims aren't motivated by silly land disputes, they are motivated by the imperative to make Islam supreme.

        Nevertheless, the jihad being waged against the Jewish unbelievers in Israel is no different from the jihads also being waged against the Hindu unbelievers in Kashmir, Jammu, and India, the Buddhist unbelievers in Thailand, the Christian unbelievers in the Philippines, the atheist and Orthodox Christian unbelievers in Chechnya and Russia, the animist and Christian unbelievers in Cote D'Ivoire, Nigeria, Sudan, and Somalia, the Orthodox Christian Serb unbelievers in Bosnia and Kosovo, etc., etc., etc., ad nauseum. Not to mention the stealth global jihad via mass Muslim immigration to the West and anywhere else for that matter for the purpose of demographic conquest to make Islam supreme.

        Indeed, if the majority of people understood that the so-called Arab-Israel Conflict was really a jihad of conquest instead of an idiotic dispute over land, and also understood at the same time that the Islamic world is waging permanent jihad against all non-Muslim unbelievers perpetually around the world as well, then that vast overwhelming majority of people that consider Israel to be a pariah state today, would consider the Islamic world a pariah instead.

        Hence, you can continue to misrepresent what is happening in Israel as an Arab-Israel Conflict if you want, but beware that every time you do, you also shoot yourself in the foot.

        Indeed, how many people would support the so-called peace process, which is really a false pretext used to weaken Israel and to dupe gullible useful idiots, if they understood fully that the jihad being waged against Israel is permanent just like the global jihad at large is also permanent and will continue to be waged regardless no matter what per the dictates of Islam?

        Indeed, the so-called Palestinians were created out of whole cloth in Moscow by the Soviet KGB in 1964 as a disinformation campaign to camouflage the Islamic world's permanent jihad of conquest being waged perpetually against the Jewish unbelievers in Israel under a cloak of nationalism as a pretext for justifying their conflict with Israel. In other words, the so-called Palestinians are the proxy for the Islamic world and the conflict isn't a land dispute at all but instead a permanent jihad to make Islam supreme. As a matter of fact, Muslims believe in world Caliphate and not in nation-statehood, which is a manifestation of Western civilization and therefore is un-Islamic.

        Khomeini, for one, said it would be worthwhile to let Iran burn if Islam gains the upper hand. Not exactly an expression of Persian-centric nationalism.

        It wasn't Khomeini it was someone else. Nevertheless, again Muslim don't think in terms of nation-states, they think in terms of ummah. In Islam the ummah comes before the lives of individual Muslims. Apparently, you still have a lot to learn about Islam.

        • ziontruth

          "Hence, you can continue to misrepresent what is happening in Israel as an Arab-Israel Conflict if you want, but beware that every time you do, you also shoot yourself in the foot."

          Whether as a Arab–Israel conflict or a Jewish–Muslim one, it doesn't look good for the Arabs or the Muslims, for in both cases the one group has so much yet wishes to take the little that the other group has. That, as you correctly noted and I've never spared effort in emphasizing, is why their propagandists cooked up the Phakestinian Nation narrative—to turn the reality of the Jewish/Israeli David vs. Arab/Muslim Goliath on its head.

          I don't think it matters if it's Arabs or Muslims waging the war here; as long as it is made clear that this non-Jewish "Palestinian nation" is a work of fiction, the truth of an unjust imperialist ambition to rob the Jews of their one and only tiny plot of land in the world is maintained.

          "Nevertheless, again Muslim don't think in terms of nation-states, they think in terms of ummah. In Islam the ummah comes before the lives of individual Muslims. Apparently, you still have a lot to learn about Islam."

          I don't disagree, but I am bound by the view of Orthodox Judaism, which holds Islam and its imperialistic drive for expansion to be the fulfillment of Abraham's request unto God that his other son Ishmael too be made into a great nation. The Persians and other non-Arab Muslims are unwitting tools in the unfolding of God's promises. Of course, operatively speaking there's not much difference. As I said, they are thieves whether as Arabs or as Muslims.

          • ObamaYoMoma

            Whether as a Arab–Israel conflict or a Jewish–Muslim one, it doesn't look good for the Arabs or the Muslims, for in both cases the one group has so much yet wishes to take the little that the other group has.

            I wouldn't advocate misrepresenting the permanent jihad of conquest being waged perpetually against the Jewish unbelievers in Israel as a Jewish-Muslim Conflict. In fact, the Islamic world would be waging jihad against Israel even if it was the Atheist State or the Animist State instead. Muslims are equal opportunity oppressors, they oppress and murder all non-Muslim unbelievers alike. That's the idea, to make the world realize that all non-Muslim unbelievers are the target of jihad, not just the Jews in Israel, so that the Islamic world will become the pariahs instead of the Jews and Israel.

            Furthermore, the world doesn't believe the Islamic world looks bad, as the world sees Israel and the Jews as being the aggressors and the so-called Palestinians as being the victims, which is a direct manifestation arising from the creation of the so-called Palestinian people out of whole cloth in Moscow in 1964 by the Soviet KGB as a disinformation campaign. Indeed, the Soviets may have been Communists, but they were nevertheless very good at creating disinformation campaigns and using propaganda,. Yes they knew what they were doing.

            In addition, when the jihad of conquest being waged perpetually against the Jewish unbelievers in Israel is misrepresented as an Arab–Israel Conflict, all the Muslims that aren't Arabs also get let off the hook . Indeed, ask a Muslim from Pakistan, India, Malaysia, Afghanistan, Thailand, Nigeria, Sudan, Chechnya etc. if they sympathize with Israel and watch them foam at the mouth.

            That, as you correctly noted and I've never spared effort in emphasizing, is why their propagandists cooked up the Phakestinian Nation narrative—to turn the reality of the Jewish/Israeli David vs. Arab/Muslim Goliath on its head.

            That's correct, they cooked it up to make it look like the rich and affluent state of Israel together with greedy Jews are unjustly bullying, oppressing, and robbing the land from the poor Palestinian people, and that is the lens thorough which the vast overwhelming majority of the people in the world view the so-called conflict.

            Thus, Israel's challenge today is to make the world see the jihad through the correct lens instead, which is a permanent jihad of conquest being waged perpetually against the Jewish unbelievers in Israel by the Islamic world primarily through their Palestinian proxy, because that is what it really is. Indeed, if Israel fails to accomplish this transformation in perception, it will in the long run inevitably lose.

            Therefore, every time supporters of Islam stupidly mischaracterize the jihad as an Arab-Israel Conflict instead, they inadvertently harm the interest of Israel and all those in the world working to stem the expansion of Islam. Of course, it would help if most supporters of Israel understood that it is really a jihad instead of a conflict. Hence, that's part of the problem as well, unfortunately most supporters of Israel don't realize it's a jihad.

          • ziontruth

            "In fact, the Islamic world would be waging jihad against Israel even if it was the Atheist State or the Animist State instead. Muslims are equal opportunity oppressors, they oppress and murder all non-Muslim unbelievers alike."

            Goes without saying. I usually relate to events from my local point of view, but I'm well aware of Islam's all-encompassing imperialism.

            "That's the idea, to make the world realize that all non-Muslim unbelievers are the target of jihad, not just the Jews in Israel, so that the Islamic world will become the pariahs instead of the Jews and Israel."

            What with the MSM carrying water for them, it appears it's going to be the Muslims themselves, by their actions all over the world, who will make the entire non-Muslim world hate them. Politically correct indoctrination notwithstanding, it's striking how people all over the world assume Islamic agency first when they hear about a terrorist attack.

            "Thus, Israel's challenge today is to make the world see the jihad through the correct lens instead,…"

            That's another front of the war: The war against the treasonous worldwide (including Israeli!) media. The media is by and large in the hands of people sympathetic to Islam or at the very least to the faux-Palestinian narrative. This war can only be won by forcing the media outlets' hands to cease and desist from carrying water for the Islamic imperialists. As it is illegal for an individual to perform the actions—or even just send the threatening messages—that will bring the media to heel, this war is for the Jewish State to wage. The state needs to treat the MSM outlets as no less of an enemy than Hezbollah.

          • Beth

            "misrepresented as an Arab–Israel Conflict, all the Muslims that aren't Arabs also get let off the hook"

            Exactly

        • http://alanmirsblog.wordpress.com/ alanmirs

          Logic
          To emigrate one seeks for a better standard of life and safer environments and yet the most settlers in Israel come from the western countries with the opportunity for a better standard of life and safer environment, therefore it seems that the settlers are either castoffs from their community seeking satisfaction of their aggression or ambitious politicians aiming for position by deception

          • ziontruth

            "To emigrate one seeks for a better standard of life and safer environments…"

            Or, possibly, one believes the destination country is actually his true homeland.

            "…yet the most settlers in Israel…"

            There are no settlers in Israel except the Arab settlers. The Jews are the only true Palestinians.

            "…therefore it seems that the settlers are either castoffs from their community seeking satisfaction of their aggression or ambitious politicians aiming for position by deception"

            Yes, that's true for a sizable portion of the Arab settlers in Palestine.

    • Herman Caintonette

      Nations don't have friends; they have interests. The Iranians have a long laundry list of valid grievances against the United States and the parasite known as Israel which has been dictating its foreign policy in the region. We have waged economic war against them, and it is unsurprising that, if attacked, they would not retaliate by closing the Strait of Hormuz. World diplomacy is a chess match … and you are barely competent to play tic-tac-toe.

      • ziontruth

        "Nations don't have friends; they have interests."

        Alright. Nations have interests. I gather from now on you'll stop padding your arguments with appeals to morality? Because it's either nations have interests or there are moral considerations; you can't have it both ways. "Zionists have stolen land" has nothing to do with the question of national interests.

        "The Iranians have a long laundry list of valid grievances against the United States…"

        No, they have none. 1953 was long ago; let them grow up. U.S. aid to Iraq in the Iran–Iraq war was retaliation for the 1979 hostage crisis. It's all nothing but excuses. There are no legitimate grievances coming from any Muslims anywhere. People who can riot and pillage and burn and murder on account of a few stupid cartoons aren't worthy of their grievances being accorded any measure of legitimacy.

        • Herman Caintonette

          1953, the Shah, military support to Iraq including WMD, and sanctions come to mind. "We stole your land in 1948, get over it." Okay, so they kill Christians. Get over it. See how easy that is?

          The problem with you Christofascists is that you don't seem to realize that your excreta stinks. Hillel and Jesus are punch lines for you, not guidance.

          • ziontruth

            "Okay, so they kill Christians. Get over it. See how easy that is?"

            They're killing Christians now, while you treasonous piece of s*** say America (and the West as a whole) should still be paying for historical events that are long gone and over.

            The problem with you Marxist and/or Ron-Paulite quislings is you fail to even entertain the view that the blame might lie with the other side, and that you regard the past sins of America and the West as stains so indelible that no perfume of Arabia—only outright capitulation to the demands of the religion of Arabia—could ever clean them.

            The West had the Abolitionist movement and America even fought a civil war to free the slaves. Saudi Arabia officially outlawed slavery only in 1961 and unofficially still practices it, and anti-black racism among Arabs is something you have to go back to the 1930s to find the likes of it in the West. Yet morally deficient turds like you say the West and America must still pay for it while you give the Arab/Muslim world a clean bill of health. To say I loathe you would be to use weak and gentle words.

          • Beth

            "Hillel and Jesus are punch lines for you, not guidance"

            What would you know about the teachings of Jesus Herman "killing Jewish kids is morally legitimate" Caintonette?

      • ObamaYoMoma

        The Iranians have a long laundry list of valid grievances against the United States and the parasite known as Israel which has been dictating its foreign policy in the region.

        I hate to rain on your unhinged bigoted parade again, but Israel is not a parasite. It is a very valuable ally. Indeed, Israel is like having a major US military base in the Middle East. It is also our eyes and ears in the Middle East. If the US didn't have Israel as an ally, it would have to spend billions of dollars to build, staff, and maintain a military base in the Middle East and more billions of dollars to replace the intelligence information we get for free today thanks to Israel, which together would cost far more billions of dollars than the measly amount of foreign aid we provide Israel today.

        The Iranians have a long laundry list of valid grievances against the United States

        The Iranians may have a long laundry list of grievances against the United States, but all those grievances are a direct result of the jihad they have been waging against the US, Israel, and indeed the entire West since 1979 and also their quest to acquire nuclear weapons. Are you suggesting that the US and Israel's actions haven't been prudent and justified?

        We have waged economic war against them, and it is unsurprising that, if attacked, they would not retaliate by closing the Strait of Hormuz.

        Sure we have waged economic war against them, but only in retaliation. With respect to the possible closing of he Strait of Hormuz, the Strait of Hormuz isn't as strategic as it once was. Nevertheless, having the Strait of Hormuz temporarily closed as a possible consequence of war is still by far a better prospect than letting the ruling Mullahs acquire nukes.

        Indeed, if the ruling Mullahs get nukes they will use them to start Armageddon in order to facilitate the return of the 12th Imam. Not to mention that the Sunni Islamic world will also use it as a justification to become nuclear armed, as Pakistan with the help of the Saudis, has already built up their nuclear weapons arsenal in anticipation of this to supply the Sunni Islamic world.

        Thus, the Islamic word with its imperative to make Islam supreme will become armed to the teeth and as a direct result far more belligerent and aggressive than it already is.

        Therefore, unless you are a suicidal loon and a self-hating moonbat like that kook Ron Paul, it is far better to act to eliminate the threats emanating from Iran and also Pakistan.

        • Herman Caintonette

          OYM: "I hate to rain on your unhinged bigoted parade again, but Israel is not a parasite. It is a very valuable ally. Indeed, Israel is like having a major US military base in the Middle East."

          I hate to rain on your unhinged bigoted parade again, but with a base in Crete, we don't really need one in Haifa, any more than we need one in Somalia. No vital interests to protect.

          OYM: "Are you suggesting that the US and Israel's actions haven't been prudent and justified?"

          That is precisely what I am suggesting. Operation Ajax was spectacularly unjustified, as was our installation of and support for the Shah. With no other outlet for the Iranian desire for freedom, they turned to the mullahs, who even the Shah could not defeat. Actions have consequences.

          BushCo's oil-motivated blundering in the region did not help matters, nor did our giving WMDs to Saddam. In case you missed it, our client state Iraq was the aggressor, causing at least a quarter-million dead.

          According to your namesake, the sanctions unilaterally imposed by the West have "bite." (The Romney and Cheney families are still doing bid'ness there, just like the Bush family used to do it with the Nazis.) It is economic warfare, plain and simple. And those who are out of work on account of it have a good reason to add that to the list of grievances.

          OYM: "With respect to the possible closing of he Strait of Hormuz, the Strait of Hormuz isn't as strategic as it once was. Nevertheless, having the Strait of Hormuz temporarily closed as a possible consequence of war is still by far a better prospect than letting the ruling Mullahs acquire nukes."

          I disagree. More than 25% of the world's oil flows through the Straits, and if you think we wouldn't see $250/bbl. oil as a result, you are in fantasy-land. And that wouldn't be the worst of our problems, as Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, and Egypt are almost certain to join the Iranians. Egypt's participation would mean closure of the Suez Canal, and we'd end up with 70,000 soldiers in the region being trapped like rats in a cage, engulfed by hostiles. Remember that Pakistan already has nukes, and the ability to throw them at Europe, and our bat-guano crazy friend Kim Jong-Il has nukes that can reach our West Coast.

          OYM: "…a self-hating moonbat like that kook Ron Paul…"

          Do you verbally abuse everyone you disagree with? Obama has far better intel than we do and in all likelihood, has almost certainly come to the conclusion that attacking Iran is not a viable option. As I see it, our policy goal should be to prevent WWIII; you appear to be on a course to start it. If you see that as crazy, you really ought to see your brother the psychiatrist….

      • Ted

        Ah O.K. so based on your comment "parasite known as Israel" I can now conclude that you are simply a troll without honor. Even the occasional lapse of clarity in your posts bely an evil undertone. I can except simple political disagreements but your mind is clouded with hatred. Which shows thru, you can't help it. Therefore you are easily discounted and can be ignored with impunity and derision. At first I gave you the benefit of the doubt but I feel better now.

        • Herman Caintonette

          Ted: "I can except simple political disagreements but your mind is clouded with hatred."

          Quite to the contrary, it is a clinical — albeit admittedly, brutal — analysis. Read the definition of the word: any entity which "receives support, advantage, or the like, from another or others without giving any useful or proper return." Now, imagine that Israel suddenly sank into the Med. Would we even miss it? No. It has nothing we need. As such, there it provides no useful or proper return.
          Indeed, if Israel never existed, we would have saved hundreds of billions of dollars, and we probably wouldn't have to take our shoes off when we board planes.

          The benefits of the relationship all go one-way — which is why it is accurately classified as "parasitic."

          • Ted

            Oh Herman, I don't pretend to know all…but I do investigate and read enough to reach logical and rational conclusions on many matters.
            I also reserve the right to readjust my conclusions and thinking given a reasonable argument that makes sense. You have provided neither!
            You conflate issues, you continuously reach for straws and use blatant untruths to make spurious arguments that are easily refuted by facts both historically and in present time.
            Do you even have the capacity to realize that YOUR thinking is possibly "abby normal"?
            Do the number of consistantly climbing "thumbs down" ratings you recieve make you think about moderating YOUR conclusions even a bit?

            Until you start making rational sense I will stand by one of my previous comments;
            "Therefore you are easily discounted and can be ignored with impunity and derision."

        • Herman Caintonette

          Apparently, I can't respond because conservatives are such strong defenders of free and unfettered expression…. (Sarcasm should be obvious).

        • ziontruth

          Ted,

          This piece of pond scum said it is morally legitimate for the Muslims to kill Jewish children. Being a troll without honor is the least of this full-blown neo-Nazi's faults.

          • ziontruth

            Oops, fix link.

      • Beth

        I was reading an interesting conversation between ObamaYoMoma and ziontruth, and along comes Herman "killing Jewish kids is morally legitimate" Caintonette.

    • Beth

      "he would rephrase the sentence to read: Iran is destined to lead a new Islamic coalition in destroying Israel"

      agreed

  • tanstaafl

    It was me against my brother. My brother and I against our father. My father, brother and I against my uncles. Our family against the clan. Our clan against the tribe. And always, Islam against everything.

    - Leo Uris

    • pagegl

      Ah, a quote taken from a book Herman C. should read.

  • mrbean

    Speaking a year ago at the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism conference, former Mossad chief Danny Yatom urged the international community to come together and form a joint air force led by the United States to launch massive air strikes across Iran or Iran will have nuclear weapons and missles in less than two years. Now the International Atomic Energy Agency warned that nuclear weapons development is being done by hundreds of North Korean scientists and engineers who are working at about 10 nuclear and missile facilities in Iran, including Natanz, They are apparently rotated every six months as well. The North Koreans enter Iran clandestinely via third countries like Russia and China.

    • fuck you

      Go Israel. Little country, tell all the idiots of the world what to do. But no one has the balls to tell Israel nothing.

  • Seamystic

    Total War against Islam is needed. Pick the side you're on!
    Sign the "Ban Islam" petition at: http://www.petition.com/MYSTIC/petition.html

  • Cap'n Krunch

    Both muslims and our dear friend Herman-etc. share the alliance as of old, but the alliance would have an end eventually with the capitulation of the socialist/atheist/communist element in deference to the muslim, since it's no longer a Berkeley chai party, but the reality of the slit throat and the Kalash-sprayed air over the burned-out car. Welcome to the new faith, all you atheists, come into the religious fold of The Great Lie. Taqqiah and kitman notwithstanding, no deity equals no moral underpinning, so welcome to the new situation: Pure Spun & Golden Bull Pucky, i.e., constant untruth and imaginary reality. Our enemies are clearly defined, but we remain gutless voyeurs. Know why? Because the 'haves' never revolt. They're not stupid.

  • Beth

    This is the link Seamystic

  • Herman Caintonette

    Beth: "What would you know about the teachings of Jesus Herman "killing Jewish kids is morally legitimate" Caintonette?"

    As a recovering ex-Christian, I know enough about your religion to repeatedly ensnare you in your boundless hypocrisy. When I posited the proposition here that the killing of a tyrant's children was a morally acceptable act, I was doing so with the tale of Passover in mind. As you might recall — most Christians are woefully ignorant of their own Holy Writ — the god of Israel supposedly killed the first-born son of every Egyptian family as a punishment for Pharoah's tyranny, passing over the Hebrew households. It is rather bad form for you to denounce me for advocating what your god purportedly did.

    As I expected, the drooling religious nutters here went ape-guano crazy, questioning my parentage and worse. But if it the killing of a tyrant's child (and especially, the killing of a child who is merely a member of the tyrant's tribe) is such a manifestly and shockingly immoral act, then by definition, YOUR YHWH IS IMMORAL!

    You have two logical courses of action: Either denounce YHWH, Jesus, or Heavenly Father (for Mormons), or apologize profusely.

    • ziontruth

      So, let's review:

      You harp on about how the Bible and its believers are immoral, and you keep gushing on about how the world would be better off without Bible-belief (not letting the moral track record of the U.S.S.R. get in the way of your view, of course…), a true champion of the values of the 18th-century Enlightenment as the panacea for humanity's ills.

      On the other hand, when it comes to justifying the Islamic imperialists' genocidal war against the Jews, including the Jews' children, you bring the Bible as a point in support of your argument alongside the American Constitution and the ravings of Malcolm X.

      And you dare to call Christians and Jews on "cherry-picking scripture" and "believing according to convenience"?!

      "Either denounce … or apologize profusely."

      There's a third option, the one that comes up in my profession when somebody's had it up to here with somebody else: I can tell you to hexadecimal 61613.

      • KarshiKhanabad

        Don't waste your time on HCette. He expects you to personally apologize profusely to him because he is certifiable.

        The day this nutter stands before the Lord, he'll say to the Almighty, "You're in my seat."

        HCette and Flippy-Dippy, don't they make a pair?

      • Ted

        Thank You ZT for a good slapdown. And I do like your usage of the tech reference "hexadecimal 61613" thats just great! I gotta remember that one.

    • StephenD

      Herman "killing Jewish kids is morally legitimate" Caintonette says:
      “As a recovering ex-Christian….”

      You fool. You compare yourself with the Creator. Because what He does with his creation is his to do and NOT yours.

      Psalm 14:1-3 The fool says in his heart, "There is no God." They are corrupt, they do abominable deeds, there is none that does good.

      If this doesn't describe you perfectly….

  • Jeremiah

    More propaganda. Get the American sheeple baaing over an imaginary wolf. You Israelis are impressively good at controlling the fools. kudos.

  • Ghostwriter

    Jeremiah,your ignorance is astounding! The current Iranian government are a bunch of fanatics who want to wipe out anyone who isn't like them. If they get a nuclear weapon,they'll be one step closer to that goal. You and HC are fools if you think they won't do it. They will.

  • Irandissident

    The "American Citizen" who was assassinated in Dubai, NEVER denounced the regime as is being portrayed in this article. in fact, he was intimidating Iranian dissidents in America with his pro Islamic Republic thugs accompanying him most of the time. He was openly pro IRGC ( revolutionary guards) whom he considered a liberation army for Iran and whose father – general Razaii- had founded. The general had in fact participated in massacring thousands of Iranian opponents of the regime.
    Ahmad Rezaii – the assassinated son- was something like a messenger between "???" and "certain Iranian factions"!!! Most probably, the Supreme Leader's faction killed this messenger, to tell his father to stop meddling in major foreign policy issues, at a time when war is imminent and to return to his historical role as an obedient house servant to the Supreme Leader.
    The children of other major IRI figures, such as Ayatollah Rafsanjani, are also being threatened and prosecuted for huge financial corruption matters, in order to keep their fathers under control.

  • Baskin

    To the author
    This is the worst lie and propoganda I ever seen recently,,
    this guy is the son of Mohsen rezayee,,,former commander of revolutionary gurds,,
    died in Dubai Hotel because of depression drugs,,change the title of article beforte you get more laugh,,do you call this journalism ??and I even laughed at your roles as contributer to Fox News lol