IRANIAN OFFICIAL: ISRAEL & U.S. CREATED ISLAMIC STATE OF IRAQ AND SYRIA
NWV Senior Political News Writer, Jim Kouri
Posted 1:00 AM Eastern
May 4, 2015
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Despite the portrayal of Iranians being willing to negotiate with the Obama-Kerry team, according to Middle Eastern news outlets, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), Al-Nusra Front, and other terrorist groups in the Middle East are actually fighting a “proxy war” on behalf of Israel and the United States. Iran's Defense Minister, Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan, made the remarks during his meeting with Syria's Defense Minister Fahd Jassem al-Freij in the Iranian capital of Tehran.
Gen. Dehqan claims that the true goal of the Americans is permanent security for the Israelis while weakening and destroying Muslim countries. He accused the U.S. and Israel of wishing to reconfigure the Middle East’s map, as well as countering what he termed, "[T]he wave of Islamic awakening, and ultimately complete domination over this Islamic region."
Dehqan also claimed that Saudi Arabia’s war on Yemen also runs parallel with the joint strategies of Israel and the United States. The general's comments echo those of Speaker of the Iranian Parliament, Ali Larijani, who said on Wednesday that Syria is being targeted because of President Bashir al-Assad "standing up to the Israeli policies of aggression.
During a meeting with Syrian Defense Minister Fahd Jassem al-Freij in the Iranian capital on Wednesday, Larijani said, “Syria’s being on the front line of resistance against the Zionist regime's policies of aggression... and fierce attacks by ill-wishers as well as regional and [sic] transregional enemies on the oppressed country."
The top Iranian parliamentarian praised Syria’s resistance against the Sunni terrorists saying, “The Syrian people and authorities have manifested laudable and historic resistance against domestic and foreign terrorists over the past four years.” The Iranians are Shiite Muslims who are enemies of the Sunni sect of Islam. ISIS, al-Qaeda, Al-Nusra Front and others are Sunni Muslims and therefore enemies of Iran.
Larijani is urging Middle Eastern nations to help contain terrorist activities, saying, "If the regional countries continue to maintain a passive role in dealing with terrorism, stability and tranquility in the whole region will be jeopardized." However, Larijani failed to acknowledge the groups that Iran supports and arms with weapons including Hezbollah in Lebanon and the Houthi group in Yemen.
Elsewhere in his remarks, Larijani termed Tehran-Damascus relations constructive and friendly. Syria has been dealing with civil war since March 2011. The violence fueled by the jihadist groups has already taken the lives of more than 220,000 people, according to the so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
Islamist genocide proof Christians must arm themselves: Gun law expert
Jihadists shocked the world once again when they beheaded and shot scores of kidnapped Ethiopian Christians in Libya, according to a gory newly released video on Sunday. They Muslim terrorists have vowed more killings until Christians throughout the world accept Islam, which includes the United States.
"To the nation of the cross…Muslim blood that was shed on the hand of your religion is not cheap," the executioner is heard saying in English said in the video. "In fact, their blood is the purest blood because there is a nation behind them that seeks revenge," he added.
Unfortunately, in many parts of the country, Americans are prevented from fully taking advantage of their Constitutional right to arm themselves with weapons that would give them a fair chance to protect themselves and their loved ones. The specious arguments used by anti-gun political leaders and progressive activists are on their face nonsense, claims John Snyder, a former editor for the National Rifle Association and an advisory board member of the National Association of Chief of Police. "Christians must arm themselves against Islamist genocide," a widely-recognized gun rights expert, Snyder, said on Sunday.
"Christian leaders must demand that Christians be able to arm themselves with self-defense guns if they so choose. They should confront politicians and others who work to undermine the individual right to keep and bear arms," Snyder said. While there are a number of Christian church leaders who frown upon civilians owning and carrying firearms, even Jesus Christ warned his followers that they should protect themselves. Snyder points to Bible's New Testament (Luke 22:36) in which Christ told his disciples: "The man without a sword must sell his cloak and buy one."
While the vast majority of murders and abductions of Christian and Jews occur overseas, Snyder is warning Americans that the threat of such Islamist treachery is very real. "There even have been reported incidents of extremist Islamist terrorist activity right here in the United States," Snyder notes. Many Christians have noticed that when anyone says something negative about Muslims, Obama and his minions, Democrats, and the news media have a mass kanipshin, but killing of Christian by jihadists barely gets a mention from the nation's Commander in Chief.
An example of a Muslim massacre that actually took place on a U.S. military installation is the slayings that occurred at Fort Hood in Texas. It is one of the most well-known cases of a jihadist rampage in the United States. An Islamist psychiatrist gunned down 13 unarmed American soldiers while yelling praises to Allah, Snyder notes. "We face a crisis here and throughout the world. Christians must be able to obtain the guns and ammunition needed to deal with the [Islamic genocidal] crisis," Snyder added.
Those opposed to such messaging say that citizens should depend on the police and the government to protect them, according former police lieutenant Kenneth McMillan. "The Benghazi incident and other slaughters of Americans proves that the government is either incapable of protecting us or they just don't care if a few Americans pay the price for government inaction with their lives," McMillan, a 30-year veteran, said.
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