Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Iranian Clergyman Holds Ballistic Prayer Service

UPDATE: The head of Iraq's border guards denied police reports on Wednesday that a tanker truck stuffed with thousands of forged ballot papers had been seized crossing into Iraq from Iran before Thursday's elections.

Interior Minister Bayan Jabor also denied the reports, which the New York Times ran prominently, quoting a single unnamed Interior Ministry source, and said it was an attempt to discredit the election process.(Reuters)

In a choice between Reuters and the NY Times, which one do you believe if you believe at all. Still, it doesn't absolve Iran from interference in another soveriegn state's affairs.

As predicted, Iran has been caught red-handed interfering in the Iraqi election. Madman Mahmoud continues to deny the Holocaust. "They have fabricated a legend under the name 'Massacre of the Jews', and they hold it higher than God himself, religion itself and the prophets themselves," he said. And now, the ruling Ayatollah has placed his blessing on the nuclear obliteration of a nation. He did this, by the way, at a prayer service. See more details at the end of this post.

Who can still be in denial about the diabolical intentions of this rogue nation? It has been contended by both the US and Britain that sophisticated bombs have been smuggled across the border from Iran. They are more powerful and deadly than the rudimentary ones assembled in Iraq. As I have said before, the lunatic leadership of Syria and Iran live in fear of a democratic Iraq and they will do all they can to prevent it. Like it or not, confrontation with these fanatics is inevitable.

Here is the info on the latest statement of peace and tolerance from the Iranian cretinous clergyman.

Ruling Iranian cleric Ayatollah Ali Akbar Hashemi-Rafsanjani declared Friday that the Muslim world could survive a nuclear exchange with Israel - while accomplishing the goal of obliterating the Jewish state.

"[The] application of an atomic bomb would not leave anything in Israel - but the same thing would just produce damages in the Muslim world," Hashemi-Rafsanjani said, in quotes picked up by the Iran Press Service.

"If a day comes when the world of Islam is duly equipped with the arms Israel has in possession, the strategy of colonialism would face a stalemate," he posited.

More at NewsMax.

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