Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei: The European Races Are Barbaric Races

A classic case of projection.  These savages rape  teenagers in jail before they hang them, they rape 9-year old girls and call it ‘marriage’; they hang homosexuals by the dozen and murder everyone that opposes them. Just wait till they have nukes, then they will show us how civilised they are.


But hey, when it comes to da Jooooz there’s no diversity at all:

Egyptian parliamentarian in Gaza: “Stone all the Jews…America’s apes and pigs”

From MEMRI: (via the Elder of Ziyon)

Transcript below the fold:

In other news:

Iran’s Largest Pentecostal Church Closed, Pastor Detained

The Central Assembles of God Church (AOG), Iran’s largest Persian-speaking Pentecostal church, was closed during a worship service on Monday … (Mullah)

Following are excerpts from a public address delivered by Egyptian Shura Council member Sheik Muhammad Al-Saghir, upon his visit to Gaza, which aired on Al-Aqsa TV on May 9, 2013:
Muhammad Al-Saghir: Take [my] heart, which has become as hard as steel, and use it to stone all the Jews. Take it and use it to stone all the Jews. Take my eyes. Perhaps a handsome boy who has become blind can use them to see again. Take my skin. Turn it into a fuse or a slingshot for a child, because this land constantly begets boys as proud as [Khaled] Ibn Al-Walid.

Dear brothers, the Jama’a Islamiyya and the Building and Development Party, with its leader, the Jihadi scholar who is imprisoned unjustly in the U.S., Dr. Omar Abd Al-Rahman…

America is the patron of Israel the foundling. It is America that plunged a poisonous dagger of hatred into the heart of the Arab and Islamic nation. America holds the remote control, and commands the movements of its apes, its pigs, and its juvenile thugs on the frontier land of glory. America… Let us never forget that when you see a moving puppet, do not pay attention to the puppet itself. Always look for the filthy hands that command this puppet.
I represent the [Egyptian] people as a preacher in Al-Azhar and as a member of parliament. All the people who wrote posts on [my social media] page asked for the same thing: “Oh sheik, Jerusalem is in our hearts, and Palestine is the apple of our eye. If we are not allowed to visit [Palestine], we will meet them with the beating of the drums of Jihad.” They asked me to kiss the heads of the mothers and fathers of the martyrs, and if I cannot, they asked me to kiss, on behalf of the Egyptian people, the head of the symbol of resistance, Ismail Haniya. So that’s what I will do.
Al-Saghhir walks over to Haniya blesses him and kisses him on the forehead
To the applause and cheers of the crowd

3 thoughts on “Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei: The European Races Are Barbaric Races”

  1. Ayatollah Khamenei has exposes himself the be a very ignorant bigot and racist for saying what he did about the people of Europe.
    Furthermore, we all know that he was such a bigot and racist that he hates the Jewish people. Now he also hates the people of Europe.

  2. Iran hauls off Christian pastor, shuts down church in new sweep

    No worries: Barack Obama, David Cameron and Boris Johnson will soon take to the airwaves and assure us that what the Islamic Republic of Iran does has nothing to do with Islam. “Iran hauls off Christian pastor, shuts down church in new sweep,” from, May 28:

    Government agents shut down Iran’s largest Persian-language Pentecostal church Monday, just one week after one of its pastors was arrested and hauled away midway through a worship service.
    The closing of Central Assemblies of God church in Tehran is the latest case of the Islamic Republic’s leadership cracking down on Christians ahead of the June 14 presidential election to replace President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Leaders appear especially wary of groups deemed dangerous to their power base, including growing Christian churches, according to Iranian Christians and rights groups who spoke to BosNewsLife, a news agency that specializes in the plight of Christians in Middle Eastern nations.

    “These incidents appear to be an attempt to stop worship services from being conducted in Farsi, the language of the majority of Iranians,” George Wood, general superintendent of the AoG in the U.S., told the service. “Services are allowed in Armenian, a minority language that most Iranians do not speak or even understand.”

    On May 21, authorities grabbed Pastor Robert Asserian while services were under way. They have not told parishioners where he is being held.

    “Before going to the church, authorities raided Pastor Asserian’s home, where they confiscated a computer and several books,” Wood said. “Then, they found Pastor Asserian at the church leading the prayer service, immediately arrested him and announced the church’s imminent closure.”

    Christian groups fear a further erosion of what little tolerance of religious diversity has existed in Iran. Some estimates place the number of Iranian Christians, many of them converts from Islam, at about 100,000, in a nation of 75 million.

    Concerned Americans have been following the plight of Pastor Saeed Abedini for several months. An evangelical Christian from Idaho, he traveled to his homeland last summer to help build a secular orphanage, but was arrested for allegedly evangelizing. Earlier this year, he was sentenced to eight years in Tehran’s infamous Evin prison.

    In January, amid an international outcry, an Iranian court freed another Christian pastor, Youcef Nadarkhani. Nadarkhani had served three years in prison and had been sentenced to death for apostasy – conversion away from Islam – and evangelizing. But a court downgraded the sentence and he was released.

    Other pastors known to be detained in Iranian prisons include Behnam Irani, who is held in Ghezel Hesar Prison in Karaj City, one of the toughest jails in the country, some 12 miles west of the nation’s capital, Tehran.

    “He has been sentenced to five years in prison for his Christian activity,” Jason DeMars, of advocacy group Present Truth Ministries, told BosNewsLife.

    Iranian Christians fear a court verdict directing prosecutors to pursue the death penalty against Irani for apostasy, said Firouz Khandjani, a council member of the Church of Iran movement to which the pastor belongs….

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