The Constitution of the Islamic Republic “proclaims ‘the ideological mission of jihad,’ which it defines as ‘extending the sovereignty of God’s law throughout the world,’ through Iran’s Army and the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps.” Iran is committed to world conquest by Islam, with its clerics as warlords. Those to be conquered include America (the ‘Great Satan’), Israel (the ‘Little Satan’) and the Sunni-led Gulf States.”
Back in July 2005, then–Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said essentially the same thing: “The message of the Revolution is global, and is not restricted to a specific place or time. Have no doubt … Allah willing, Islam will conquer what? It will conquer all the mountain tops of the world.”
The Ayatollah Khomeini had said from the beginning that the goals of that Revolution were global: “We shall export our revolution to the whole world. Until the cry ‘There is no god but Allah’ resounds over the whole world, there will be jihad.”
A neon sign in Tehran’s Mehrabad International Airport reads, in English, “In future Islam will destroy Satanic sovereignty of the West.” Iran’s commitment to world conquest in the name of Islam—and to the defeat of America in particular—precludes lasting peace with the United States.
So what is the purpose of a refugee who freely goes back and forth to the land that he claimed he had to flee?
Ever suspect we’re being gamed by “refugees” claiming to be fleeing death and persecution?
AN Iranian man who was granted refugee protection under Labor’s open-door asylum policy has allegedly been caught smuggling drugs into Australia — from Iran.
Despite claiming to be in fear of his life if he returned to Iran, Vahid Reza Azadpour Saleh, 31, spent more time in Iran than he did in Australia after he was granted a protection visa — including one seven-month stretch, immigration records show.
Saleh had told immigration officials he would be harmed if he returned to his home country because he said he knew the Iranian authorities were “looking for him”, the District Court has been told.
On one trip back to Iran he even got married.
In such cases we should be told precisely which officials and ministers bought his story of being a refugee, and why.