Ahmadinejad and Morsi Lay Out the Islamic Agenda

Robert Spencer is the director of Jihad Watch and author of the New York Times bestsellers The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades) and The Truth About Muhammad. His latest book, Arab Winter Comes to America: The Truth About the War We're In, is now available.


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Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Mohammed Morsi, arguably the foremost exponents today of Sharia rule, both spoke at the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday, and their speeches together amounted to an Islamic supremacist wish list for the world.

The foremost item on their list, not surprisingly, was the destruction of Israel, although both knew better in the glare of international media than to state their aspirations quite so baldly.

Ahmadinejad drenched his address in Islamic piety, beginning with a traditional Islamic invocation: “In the Name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful. All Praise Belongs to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds, and May Peace and Blessings be upon the Greatest and Trustworthy Prophet and His Pure Progeny, His Chosen Companions, and upon all Divine Messengers. Oh, God, Hasten the Emergence of Your Chosen Beloved, Grant Him Good Health and Victory, Make us His Best Companions, and all those who attest to His Rightfulness.” And then: “I thank the Almighty God for having once more the chance to participate in this meeting. We have gathered here to ponder and work together for building a better life for the entire human community and for our nations.”

And how can we work together for building a better life? Ahmadinejad ticked off a list of things that he posited had interfered with international brotherhood and harmony, including “egoism, distrust, malicious behaviors, and dictatorships,” as well as the Dark Ages and the Crusades (although he didn’t mention the centuries of murderous jihad warfare all over the globe).

His list culminated with his principal bogeys, the chief things he believed interfered with global peace: “the occupation of Palestine and imposition of a fake government”; Saddam Hussein’s “invasion” of Iran; 9/11 and the subsequent U.S. military actions in Iraq and Afghanistan; and a host of others. Among them, he complained about the supposed denial of “the right to criticize the hegemonic policies and actions of the world Zionism.” It was hard not to wonder at such moments in his speech what planet he was on, since the Palestinian jihadist propaganda machine has had such success in demonizing Israel in the world media; but of course a linchpin of that success has been to complain that the situation is exactly the opposite, and so that is what Ahmadinejad did in New York Wednesday.

In a speech that was heavy on Islamic proselytizing, after his survey of the world’s ills Ahmadinejad asked: “Does anybody believe that continuation of the current order is capable of bringing happiness for human society?” And further: “Who is responsible for all these sufferings and failures?” He left that question unanswered at that point, although at another point he railed against the “uncivilized Zionists,” and he went on to delineate his prescription: “There is no doubt that the world is in need of a new order and a fresh way of thinking.” Foremost this would be “an order in which man is recognized as God’s Supreme Creature, enjoying material and spiritual qualities and possessing a pure and divine nature filled with a desire to seek justice and truth.” Consequently he called upon the nations to “place our trust in God Almighty and stand against the acquisitive minority” – in other words, to adopt Sharia and stand against Israel.

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  • objectivefactsmatter

    "Morsi, for his part, was less subtle. “The first issue which the world must exert all its efforts in resolving,” he declared, “on the basis of justice and dignity, is the Palestinian cause.” He labeled it “shameful that the free world accepts, regardless of the justifications provided, that a member of the international community continues to deny the rights of a nation that has been longing for decades for independence.”

    What rights? Where's my nation? I can be just as creative in lying about anything if I can get the "right" to my own "nation."

    There are so many people who have collectively done so much more to earn the support of the UN in establishing a nation. What do they get? Usually not even lip service from the "Organisation of Islamic Cooperation," or those who hate Israel more than they love justice and find it in their interest to support that evil collective.

    • guest

      Does he mean Israel? They were denied till 1948. Palestine is not a nation. They should be relocated to Iran.

  • objectivefactsmatter

    "the intentions of both of these Islamic supremacist presidents was clear. More’s the pity that there was no voice of freedom to stand up and defend free states, free speech and free people in terms just as clear. And because of that lack, Ahmadinejad and Morsi may well get what is on their wish list."

    But what about religious feelings and Islamophobia? How do we save Islam from the persecution?

    • Nehama

      What persecution of Islam? There is no persecution of Islam! Islam has been a persecutor, an oppressor of Christian, Jews and everyone non-Muslim for 1400 years. When Islam can't get away with persecuting everyone else, or is challenged for it, Islam imagines it is being persecuted.

      • objectivefactsmatter

        Sorry, I was being sarcastic.

    • aspacia

      After 9/11 and the Muslim yells of joy, I could care less about hurting their feelings. Look at what Muslims do to religious minorities in their lands.

    • http://www.facebook.com/alexandra.french26 Alexandra Robbins French

      The ideology of fundamental Islam IS persecution. The peaceful Muslims living in America are not living fundamental Islam, and if the Muslim Brotherhood is allowed the control they are trying to get in our govt, the peaceful Muslims will be punished and killed, just as everyone who ISN'T Islamic will be punished and killed. We have got to recognize the Muslim Brotherhood infiltration in the govt and the danger they pose to the Constitution! They are IN BED with the Obama Administration!

      • objectivefactsmatter

        I know, forgive my sarcasm without any clues.

  • oblique

    The rhetoric of these conjoined jihadists is so unbelievable, that I wonder how ordinary citizens can take them seriously. The rants and raves laced with hyperbole and the same 'ol has the effect of making people the world over switch off. I realize what a danger these despots are, but they have progressed such that they have the world as their stage. Most people I'm sure just ignore the rantings and go on with their lives because they see the UN as just a bunch of talking heads. They will only take notice when it bites them on the ass.

    Because this stuff is so complex and institutionalised and wrapped up in lots of diplomatic legalese, its lost on many. Its certainly not helped by the celebrity in chief devaluing the significance of what this pair of tyrants are saying, particularly when it relates to free speech.

    I'm thinking the only way for Ahmadinejad to achieve his new world order concept is for it to follow some calamitous event, because generally, I don't think most people give a damn what he says.Though I must say, both he and Morsi were looking rather smug – perhaps they know something we don't. And because they have already achieved so much on their laundry list, perhaps they will get impatient and careless. Very worrying times.

    • http://www.facebook.com/alexandra.french26 Alexandra Robbins French

      They DO know something we don't – that their Muslim Brotherhood brothers have infiltrated our govt at the highest levels and in our military, and that they are about to get the White House to sign into law something that will take away our free speech, and in turn, take away our right to bear arms, and our right to worship the way we want. That's why they're so smug. The Muslim Brotherhood is IN BED with the White House.

  • John_Kelly

    Ahmadinejad and Morsi make up two thirds of the "Three Stooges of Islam".

    The missing party is "Curly Joe"……a.k.a. Barack Obama……….. the most, inept, over-rated, lying, spineless, clueless, useless show-pony of our times and Islams number one lapdog.

    • guest

      Comparing Obama to Curly is an insult to Curly.

      • kafir4life

        I was just going to say that, but notice he said "Curly Joe".

      • Omar

        Actually, comparing despotic leaders to the three stooges is an insult to all of the stooges. A more comparable analogy to the world's despotic rulers is the seven deadly sins. The sins are Putin, Hu, Assad, Ahmadinejad, Castro, Chavez and Kim.

  • http://littlenotesfromparis.blogspot.com.au/ Rita

    A vote for the left globally is a vote for the Jewish holocaust mark 2. I was ashamed to see our (Australian) Prime Minister brown-nose the Islamists and emulate Obama and his ilk by distributing my tax dollar with extreme largesse to some of the most vile regimes in the world, in order to obtain a seat at the UN Security council. Yet she has let go completely of the security of our own borders.

  • ross1948

    I really get the feeling we are moving into the end game for Western civilisation, with Obama playing a Kerensky (or worse) role as the forces of evil mass under the UN flag. http://rossrightangle.wordpress.com/2012/09/27/fa

  • WildJew

    "Egypt, (Morsi) said, “respects freedom of expression,” but only such expression that is “not used to incite hatred against anyone” and that is “not directed towards one specific religion or culture…”

    Unless it happens to be a Jewish or Judeo-Christian religion or culture.

    • JoJoJams

      I have some Coptic friends with family in Egypt. Morsi certainly isn't fooling any of them with his words.

    • mlcblog

      They lie through their teeth.

      • Lan Astaslem

        you mean through their missing teeth

  • Danny Caplan

    I don't happen to remember Mubarak giving such speeches, do you? We must thank President Obama for ousting the dictator, so that the Muslim Brotherhood could take over. As for Ahmadinejad, we must thank Obama again for squandering the only opportunity we've had to depose him, when the green movement in Iran looked to America for support, and heard nothing. America was not loved by the Muslim world before Obama, but it was feared. Now America is still not loved by the Muslim world, only now they hold us in contempt.

    • objectivefactsmatter

      "I don't happen to remember Mubarak giving such speeches, do you? We must thank President Obama for ousting the dictator, so that the Muslim Brotherhood could take over. "

      Basically Mubarak was criticized for restraining religious people, guess which ones? MB and other jihadis. Why did we fall for this BS about a lack of justice? Liberals. You can't rule Muslims without a dictator. They'll walk all over anyone else. Period.

  • Chanameel

    Did you take this photo for this article before or after they French Kissed?

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLNn2YflwNs Roger

      It brings to mind the kiss between Mrs. Arafat and Hillary.
      One of players who made this photo possible, with Obama's help of course.

      Democrats are the gifts that keep on giving. Too bad they don't like their own country.

  • Andy

    I'm racking my brain on how to take advantage of the visit by these two Satanic subhumans. If we could train a flock of Canada geese to intercept their planes on their way back to their stink hole lands and bring them down, the world would instantly be improved. If lightning struck their planes while in flight I might begin to believe in God. I guess I'll just have to satisfy myself by waiting for Israel to bomb Iran and then if Egypt starts up in the Sinai, to whack Egypt even more effectively than Israel did the last time.

    • tagalog

      Those Canada geese would be actually GIVING UP THEIR LIVES to rid us of Morsi and Achmadinejad. They must be terrorists!

      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLNn2YflwNs Roger

        Do female geese have to fly in a burka?

  • AntiSharia

    I cannot think of two more loathsome human beings. These two, along with Erdogan of Turkey, are going to try to turn the Middle East into a new caliphate. I doubt that they will be successful but it's going to be a bloody mess for a long time.

    • Kufar Dawg

      Really, is there any doubt they're succeeding, not only in the Mid-east, but N. Africa?

  • zionit

    Planes ( Richard Pearse or the Wright Brothers, take your pick), trains, automobiles, suffragettes, TV, oh, and love for ones neighour, and 'strangers','…….not happening without Judeo-Christian heretage…which WE should humbly embrace…GOD knows our forebears paid a high price to bequeath us such great gifts. Bequest…anyone interested?

  • tagalog

    Why isn't it pronounced AhMAD – i – nejad instead of Ahma – DI – nejad? The former seems like it's the more Arabic pronunciation.

  • fanlad

    The end game, a New World Order. With the help of the U.N., C.F.R . ( Council of Foreign Relations ) , radical socialist, communist, globalist, international banking system, radical jihadist, and many others the New World Order approaches. One small sticking point however, the Constitution, and the Constitutional Republic of the United States of America. Let us not be deceived.
    Pray for Israel, and America.

  • chowching259

    It would be wise for Israeli`s to take a long vacation if Iran goes Nuclear, they don`t want to be around for Holocaust#2. But they can return and rebuilt their Synagogues after Iran is turned to ashes.

  • Ghostwriter

    Oh good grief! I'm amazed someone hasn't killed A-jad yet. He seems to be begging for it.

  • Stuart Parsons

    I am disappointed. No erudite incisive analysis of the situation by the learned Schlomotion. His absence is a great loss to the well-being of humanity.

    • Kufar Dawg

      Yep, his lies and fallacies of argumentation are frequently disguised by rhetoric that's chock full of pedantic malapropisms.

  • David, Thailand

    Muslims never question why their nations are miserable, depraved and backward. Instead, they ask which evil is doing what to them that holds them down.

    And the answer is simple: since they cannot conceive that it may be their leaders, their religion or even themselves, the logical conclusion must be that it's the infidel.

    • Kufar Dawg

      Islamic states are miserable sties because of islam, not in spite of islam.

  • Greg

    Danny Caplan makes real sense.

  • Travis

    LOOKS TO ME LIKE THEY ARE ALL CROSS POLINATED.

    • KarshiKhanabad

      Not cross polinated, but INBRED for generations upon generations. An excellent chance that Morsi & Imadamnnutjob are cousins, hence their closeness.

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