Gateway PunditÂ reports from the Teheran Freak Show:
Samir Kuntar, famous forÂ crushing the skull of a 4 year-old Israeli girl (among other murders)Â was honored by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad today in Tehran.
Kuntar was released from prison earlier this year in exchange forÂ the remains of two kidnapped and murderedÂ Israeli soldiers.
Kuntar holds his trophy next to Mahmoud Ahmadinejad at the ceremony today. (ISNA)
Today Kuntar called for the destruction of Israel at the martyr’s ceremony in Tehran where he was honored by the Iranian regime.
Fars NewsÂ reported:
“We must destroy the Zionist regime and to do so the resistance needs self-sacrifice,” said Quntar, who was freed after 27-year of imprisonment in Israeli jails last year.Â
Netanyahu says Iran will not get nukes
Israel’s leading candidate for prime minister says Iran “will not be armed with a nuclear weapon”.
Likud’s Benjamin Netanyahu said if elected prime minister his first mission will be to block the Iranian nuclear threat.Â In an interview with Israel’s Channel 2 TV on Saturday, he said Iran is the greatest threat against Israel and all humanity.
When asked if stopping Iran’s nuclear ambitions includes a military option, he replied: “It includes everything that is necessary to make this statement come true.”
Iran says it is seeking nuclear power for peaceful purposes and not for a weapons program.
Channel 2 TV also interviewed the other two candidates for prime minister: Tzipi Livni of Kadima and Ehud Barak of Labor. The election takes place on February 10.
Caracas synagogue vandalized
Venezuelan Jews alarmed by increasing anti-Semitism after vandals daub ‘Jews get out’ on synagogue walls
He said the Jewish community had filed an official complaint with the police. “This is a very complicated situation for the Jews in Venezuela. The slogans were not against Israel but against the Jews,” he said.
“We’ve never had such an incident. It looks well-planned,” he said. “We were afraid something like this would happen. The official press was becoming more and more anti-Israeli and anti-Jews. There are hundreds of anti-Semitic articles, ads, and fliers.”
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