'Israel’s obliteration is certain'

I’m sure it was totally out of context. He didn’t mean it. The mullah’s actually love Jews.  It must be a mistranslation by some evil Zionist. Because deep down, they really, really want peace:

Iran’s supreme leader vows to “defend Palestinians due to their heartfelt beliefs.”

JPost.com

Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Sunday the destruction of Israel was assured, while pledging to “defend Palestinians due to their heartfelt beliefs.”

”Israel is going downhill toward decline and fall and God willing its obliteration is certain,” Khamenei said during a meeting with Islamic Jihad leader Ramadan Abdullah Shallah, according to the Teheran Times.

“Today Palestine is the symbol of life, determination, faithfulness, diligence, and dignity,” Khamenei explained, adding that the Palestinians had proved that they were “spiritually more powerful than Zionists,” which is why the IDF has been unable “defeat them.”

“Palestinians’ faith is the main factor in their resistance,” he said.

Khamenei went on to call Israel “a symbol of atrocity, viciousness, and ugliness,” and said the West’s “support for the Zionist regime is ineffective.”

In other news, Carl has this:

Cambridge University’s Israel Society canceled a talk by historian Benny Morris last week after being threatened by the school’s Islamic Society.  Read the whole thing.

Russia’s dirty little games:

Continuing to play off Iran against the West, Russia has invited Iranian proxyKhaled Meshaal to come to Russia this week.

Iran’s mullah’s blame da Joozzz:

No great surprise here: The Ahmadinejad regime is blaming the Jooos for the existence of the opposition Green movement in its country.

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  1. Click on the link below to read of the most interesting information ever in:-
    ‘Israel’s obliteration is certain’
    by sheikyermami on February 8, 2010
    …….
    “Iran’s mullah’s blame da Joozzz:
    No great surprise here: The Ahmadinejad regime is [Link: blaming the Jooos] for the existence of the opposition Green movement in its country…”

    This leads to another link @The Legatum Institute’s [Prosperity Index] ranks Iran’s personal freedom at 101 (out of 104 countries)

    [The Criteria are listed vertically due to a technical hissyfit- the numbers refer to the ranking in each criteria]

    It supports the hypothesis that:- “Islam causes poverty”.

    The 2009 LegaTum ProsPeriTy indexâ„¢
    Overall Rank
    Country
    Economic
    Fundamentals
    Entrepreneurship
    & Innovation
    Democratic
    Institutions
    Education
    Health
    Safety & Security
    Governance
    Personal Freedom
    Social Capital
    1 Finland 10 9 9 3 7 2 2 7 6
    2 Switzerland 2 13 1 22 3 6 3 11 2
    3 Sweden 16 3 7 4 15 7 5 5 3
    4 Denmark 15 6 12 2 12 4 1 2 13
    5 Norway 18 17 8 1 10 1 7 1 10
    6 Australia 7 15 5 6 21 14 10 4 4
    7 Canada 6 4 6 16 22 9 9 3 9
    8 Netherlands 3 5 19 14 8 15 8 10 8
    9 United States 14 1 2 7 27 19 16 8 7
    10 New Zealand 27 18 4 10 19 13 11 6 1
    11 Ireland 5 12 13 18 2 5 12 25 12
    12 United Kingdom 13 2 11 21 23 22 13 19 11
    13 Belgium 4 20 3 11 5 16 15 9 26
    14 Germany 23 8 21 19 6 21 17 17 19
    15 Austria 12 19 10 13 1 10 14 36 23
    16 Japan 8 7 20 20 9 12 20 22 40
    17 France 17 14 14 15 14 23 18 15 48
    18 Hong Kong 1 10 60 39 18 11 6 67 33
    19 Spain 11 25 15 12 17 28 21 13 71
    20 Slovenia 31 36 16 8 24 8 24 33 44
    21 Italy 25 26 23 17 11 31 35 40 37
    22 Portugal 28 31 22 29 20 17 25 26 64
    23 Singapore 9 11 86 26 4 3 4 64 76
    24 Taiwan 19 21 29 9 26 20 43 30 73
    25 Czech Republic 20 27 25 31 16 29 28 23 74
    26 South Korea 21 16 32 30 31 36 27 70 31
    27= Israel 22 23 17 25 25 74 26 41 78
    27= Hungary 26 22 26 23 30 30 29 48 92
    29 Poland 33 35 24 27 32 25 32 45 68
    30 Greece 42 43 40 5 13 32 30 65 51
    31 Estonia 30 24 34 35 35 33 19 43 94
    32 Costa Rica 55 33 28 61 37 44 38 12 47
    33 Uruguay 67 53 35 43 28 26 31 14 60
    34 Slovakia 35 30 18 36 36 34 33 69 69
    35 Croatia 41 34 41 40 34 39 42 28 46
    36 Chile 36 47 27 49 48 27 22 31 85
    37 Latvia 32 32 31 24 38 38 34 76 99
    38 Argentina 53 48 45 38 39 45 69 27 56
    39 Malaysia 24 28 69 52 40 48 37 83 52
    40 Trinidad and Tobago 48 58 43 73 49 54 52 18 34
    41 Brazil 54 37 38 58 64 79 53 16 62
    42 Panama 46 73 39 48 57 41 50 54 50
    43 Mexico 34 29 61 60 51 72 51 73 45
    44 Thailand 37 39 81 54 66 58 40 74 22
    45 India 43 55 36 86 88 87 41 47 5
    46 Bulgaria 40 45 30 37 43 46 45 81 101
    47 United Arab Emirates 38 44 98 47 29 18 39 72 77
    48 Romania 52 40 33 41 47 40 64 78 102
    49 Jamaica 71 51 56 71 55 57 73 24 61
    50 Mongolia 57 70 44 53 76 35 86 59 42
    51 South Africa 58 46 47 69 82 96 47 50 30
    52= Belize 74 49 50 79 61 61 55 58 58
    52= Kuwait 62 71 83 33 33 24 44 87 79
    54 Dominican Republic 85 90 59 76 77 77 62 21 20
    55 Philippines 63 41 67 70 75 78 66 20 81
    56 Botswana 56 92 37 80 95 68 23 32 29
    57 Paraguay 87 67 65 74 65 50 76 29 53
    58 Sri Lanka 81 82 71 77 72 97 59 39 17
    59 Macedonia 86 68 42 57 41 55 63 71 88
    60 El Salvador 73 74 68 83 69 71 58 35 59
    61= Indonesia 68 63 58 75 78 63 61 100 14
    61= Ukraine 60 59 55 32 67 69 92 68 89
    63 Namibia 69 64 53 85 83 86 46 46 27
    64 Peru 49 61 51 51 81 73 68 62 104
    65 Colombia 61 57 70 62 63 104 49 44 75
    66 Honduras 76 88 63 78 80 62 71 63 55
    67 Guatemala 84 75 74 87 71 82 70 42 49
    68 Tunisia 66 54 94 50 54 37 36 86 96
    69= Russia 39 42 85 28 46 99 85 88 84
    69= Turkey 50 56 49 68 56 83 48 94 103
    71 Ecuador 78 72 77 65 58 89 87 61 65
    72 Nicaragua 96 91 46 82 84 66 72 38 57
    73 Bolivia 90 78 54 63 85 76 84 53 66
    74 Venezuela 83 85 72 66 60 93 101 57 54
    75 China 29 38 100 64 53 65 93 91 70
    76 Kazakhstan 59 62 96 42 45 49 97 75 87
    77 Vietnam 47 60 97 81 68 42 75 80 63
    78 Moldova 82 52 57 45 79 75 89 85 93
    79 Ghana 94 103 48 93 93 53 54 34 24
    80 Jordan 64 77 84 46 59 47 57 103 83
    81 Saudi Arabia 44 81 101 56 42 56 67 98 43
    82 Mali 92 99 52 102 101 43 80 37 15
    83 Morocco 51 50 82 84 73 59 65 90 91
    84 Senegal 100 89 62 99 96 51 56 52 28
    85 Belarus 45 76 102 34 44 52 98 89 98
    86 Lebanon 75 66 80 44 52 90 79 99 90
    87 Bangladesh 80 86 75 89 90 80 60 56 72
    88 Egypt 72 65 90 55 50 64 91 95 100
    89 Zambia 102 101 64 98 97 85 77 60 21
    90 Nepal 91 93 89 91 86 91 94 77 18
    91 Mozambique 95 98 73 104 100 60 78 49 38
    92 Uzbekistan 89 87 104 72 62 67 96 82 80
    93 Cambodia 65 102 88 96 98 70 82 51 67
    94 Iran 79 69 93 59 70 88 102 101 82
    95 Kenya 101 83 66 95 91 100 88 84 25
    96 Algeria 77 95 87 67 74 95 83 97 95
    97 Tanzania 97 100 76 100 102 84 74 66 41
    98 Nigeria 99 94 78 94 92 98 99 92 16
    99 Pakistan 70 79 79 101 87 101 81 104 36
    100 Cameroon 88 96 95 92 99 94 103 79 35
    101= Central African Republic 98 104 92 103 104 92 100 55 39
    101= Yemen 103 97 91 88 94 81 90 93 86
    103 Sudan 93 80 103 97 89 103 95 96 32
    104 Zimbabwe 104 84 99 90 103 102 104 102 97

    http://www.prosperity.com/downloads/2009LegatumProsperityIndexReport.pdf

    Section 2 ‘Key Findings’ tells it all, particularly the charts and maps on pages 10 -13, people.

    then go to…
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Majority_Muslim_countries

    SUMMARY:
    Guess what coincides with the Muslim countries if you overlay both sets of maps?
    Yes, you are right, of course! The least prosperous!

    Now, sheik, you can almost hang your hat up, in a decade or two, your job is nearly done! Apparently the second most hits to this link came from Iran. Wouldn’t you know it?

  2. Go to the following link in:-
    ‘Israel’s obliteration is certain’
    by sheikyermami on February 8, 2010

    Iran’s mullah’s blame da Joozzz:
    No great surprise here: The Ahmadinejad regime is [blaming the Jooos] for the existence of the opposition Green movement in its country.

    It leads you to:- The Prosperity Index link in the article:-
    http://www.prosperity.com/downloads/2009LegatumProsperityIndexReport.pdf

    which shows world maps in Section Two ‘Key Findings’ particularly pages 10-17.

    then go to….

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