How to destroy Israel

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How to destroy Israel
by Fesenjoon2
24-Nov-2011
 

How to destroy Israel (اسرائیل چگونه باید از بین برود) is the name of a new book published in Iran by the Khorasan Central Bureau of Islamic Guidance and Culture. It was released during the 13th Mashad Int'l Book Fair, and was written by a group of University of Tehran clerics and alumni.

Mohammad Ibrahimnia, a cleric and researcher present at the Book Fair in an interview with the media was proud to announce that the book has been awarded the "book of the year award".

The book in seven chapters covers topics such as:

  • "features of Israeli thought" 
  • "unusual blessings of Israel"
  • "the crimes and punishment of the Jewish tribe"
  • "Quran's warnings to muslims about this tribe"
  • "The weaknesses of the Israelites"
  • "Methods of confronting this tribe"

 

He further added that the contents and title of the book are a homage to Imam Khomeini's fatwa who declared "Israel must be destroyed". Ibrahimnia remarked that abandoning Khomeini's command is considered like abandoning the other mandatory commands of Sharia that must be observed (such as fasting and praying).

He said: "The glorious Quran warns us of this tribe more than any other tribe on earth, and contrary to people's beliefs, the zionists are the remnants of the same old tribe that the Quran warns us of. Unfortunately, our government and organizations do not put this problem as a top priority to deal with, as it is the root of all our problems."

*****

I wonder if the "peace with Iran" apologists can still go around saying BS like "what they meant was Israel must disappear off the map with time".

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Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

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I agree with Amirparviz; AO and Fesenjoon about the Pahlavi. I predict his Aramgah will be rebuilt.


Fesenjoon2

same for me

by Fesenjoon2 on

I think the late Shah and his father did a lot of good for Iran, that the Islamic Republic never ever accomplished. If it were me, I would have this place rebuilt

 

http://fa.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D8%A2%D8%B1%D8%A7%D9%85%DA%AF%D8%A7%D9%87_%D8%B1%D8%B6%D8%A7_%D8%B4%D8%A7%D9%87


Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

Talking about attention

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on

 

Please read my position on Iran and our history

http://iranian.com/main/blog/veiled-prophet-kh...

I wrote this well over one year ago and it has been my position for years. Those who think I am pro IRI should read it.


Anonymous Observer

Amirparviz

by Anonymous Observer on

Why haven't I seen you defending the character of the late shah and institutions of Iran?

Because you haven't been paying attention:

http://iranian.com/main/blog/anonymous-observer/mohammad-reza-pahlavi-no-ones-stooge

You stand corrected! 


amirparvizforsecularmonarchy

AO I agree with all of what you said,

by amirparvizforsecularmonarchy on

However I don't remember you being supportive of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi or the pre-islamic institution of Shahhanshahi. Can you see the double standards, even hypocrisy of Iranians who today put the treasures of our nation and the wounds/poisons we have in the same category?  Instead of defending our Freedom these Iranians betray it along with our culture, tradions and positive history.  So whats your story AO?  Why haven't I seen you defending the character of the late shah and institutions of Iran?


Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

What IRR support

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on

 

AO: You are right in all the things you say about IRR. Many people including me share your anger and want IRR gone. As I said before some people go to visit family. My family is mostly outside Iran so I don't have to worry about it. The real money for IRR does not come from tourists it is the oil money. You know it requires a total oil embargo don't you? Anything other than it is a "feel good" measure.

Regarding the 1400 year old trauma. I agree that it needs to be confronted. That is what Ferdowsi said in the poem I quoted. Iranians need to "wash" off the Ommati legacy and get back to the path we got yanked off. It is not only possible but absolutely necessary.

Thanks to the Mollahs the public will for the first time in centuries be supportive of it. Grab the moment when the time is right and make the reforms.


Anonymous Bugger

AO jaan, i,m with u pal

by Anonymous Bugger on

 "Opinions and actions are really what matter to me..."

Exactly & thats why to me you are as dear & as good as your last comment or stand in defence or against native  kiaani reforms which i consider the to be the ultimate remedy for the ills of this land. Me & you both agree that so far as & until the day we revisit, retract & remend that historical genocidal disruption of 641AD, Iran will never have, shall never achieve the closure it needs to reform itself in order to set sail for a modern free state. & that has been my focus for as long as you followed me that we are an omaru nation in denile be it our fake Arabic dialect we call persian, or our pedophile shaikhs we call our literary giants, the daughters we never oppress, the jews we dont hate.  or our bedoine psyche & culture we call "Iranian". You cant build a modern state on top a zillion ton of feces & expect it to last and hence the need to clean up first, revisit that historical disruption that interrupted the native reforms which were under way prior to Bedoine herds, get real with ourselves, mend, get closure & restart fresh for a better tomorrow.

 

Cheers pal!!!


Fesenjoon2

oon yaroo

by Fesenjoon2 on

O.Y., I didnt have u in mind. And you are not an "idiot". (zebooneto gaaz begeer! :-) )

My post was aimed at those who would go to ANY length, even if it means tacitly supporting or whitewashing IRI's crimes, just so that they can feel good about themselves in thinking that they answered Fesenjoon. (it's called oghdeh)

They hijack the blog and turn it into something else.

Otherwise, I think my blog is perfectly clear in what it's trying to say. 

The day the Islamic Republic of Iran falls, I will suggest that a flower be put in the middle of the flag, instead of that crab shaped Allah. (I personally choose shamdooni). What's your favorite Iranian flower? :-) 


Oon Yaroo

AB & Fesenjoon, I am sorry! When it comes to history &..

by Oon Yaroo on

architecture, I am an idiot! Like anything else, architectural symbols have been misinterpreted or misconstrued, etc. by illiterates like me!

Can we instead use some symbol of love like a red rose to put on the map of Iran? Just a thought!

With love and affection,

OY

 


Truthseeker9

Sometimes being pedantic means losing focus on topic

by Truthseeker9 on

Sometimes being overly pedantic to the finest detail is not a positive thing (here the use of a symbol), the true subject of blog is lost and we get post after post about the picture, which was probably mischief and not serious by the blogger. The issue is inflexibility and where people firmly believe their way is the only way.   Most people got over the use of swastika to read the blog content.

Anonymous Bugger

Oon yaroo jaan

by Anonymous Bugger on

""But, I would not put the Swastika on Iran!

I would however make Swastika = Allah!""

I would not do either of those since Swastica(Gerdooneh Mehr) was one of most cherished symbols of kiaani Iran.

http://radiokoocheh.com/article/65912

http://persian-khak.blogspot.com/2009/05/mehrparasti3.html

http://antidivil.mihanblog.com/post/125

Post-islam this symbol found itself being used as decorative motif into Irani-islamic architect;

http://www.paulstravelblog.com/2008/05/shia-islam.html

Cheers pal!!!

 

 

 


Fesenjoon2

ei baba

by Fesenjoon2 on

people....PLEAAASE...make sure you know what it is youre saying before you say it.

The Nazi Swastika is not the same as the ancient one. They look different.

The Nazi symbol is almost always slanted at 45 degrees. The Asian or Indian swastika is flat.

None of this changes the fact that Jews are treated like shit in Iran. And 98% of Iran is officially Islamic. You cant just come out and say nobody is a muslim in Iran today. You cant erase 1400 years of history. That just wont fly. Jews were Najes from day one.

Its sickening how some people try so desparately to hide facts. 

Stop defending them! 


Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

Dear AB and Oon Yaroo

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on

 

Thank you for supporting me and I want to assure you that I have no love for Ommati. Nor do I have any love for Islamism or IRR. The love of Kiaani Iran was instilled in me by my family specially my grandfather. I wish you could see my home. Not one Islamic thing in the whole place. I don't like Mollahs; or Ommati or Islamism. If I could I would bring back the Kiaani Iran and dump Islam in a minute. I was born a Muslim but rejected it based on my own research. In philosophy I am probably very close to AO and definitely very close to AB and Oon Yaroo. In approach I may differ a bit. But that goes along with freedom of thought. 

I want Iranian people to have self esteem. I know our people have screwed up and done it big time. It is no secret and does not take a genius. But without self esteem people will never break out of this misery. I want people to remember the words of Ferdowsi:

  • Ze Khabe geran bayad az chashm shost,
  • Ze rokh barafkande nangin, shost.
  • Bia ta bekoshim va jang avarim, boron sar az in bare nang avarim.
  • Biarim an abe rafte be joy, magar ze an biabim baz aberoy.

Anonymous Observer

Dear Samsam and Oon Yaroo

by Anonymous Observer on

I  don't like to get personal with people.  Opinions and actions are really what matter to me.  What I object to is 32 years of appeasement of the IR, intentional or unintentional by Iranians who could have otherwise been an effective force in removing the IR.  

One should not allow her own pride in her people to cloud her judgment.  I see people from other oppressed nations.  I know many Syrians for xample, some of whom are close friends.  None of those people ever tries to put lipstick on Assad's regime like Iranians like to do for the IR--again intentionally or unintentionally.  They say it like it is.  

This Jew thing is just one example.  The IR is perhaps one of the most anti-Semitic entities that has ever existed on this planet.  It has created a culture of accepted anti-Semitism in Iran.  That's a fact.  But some of us, in order to show that we're a cultured "people," STILL try to clami, with a straight face that no...no such things exists in Iran.  We  all love the Jews.  You know, I was watching a BBC video on the issue sometime ago, and they were interviewing this high school girl and asked her about her Jeiwsh Iranian classmate.  She said that she doesn't like to befriend her too much because of Israel's policies against the palestinians.  They then interviewed a jewish girl who said that other kids wouldn't touch her when it rained because they didn't want to get "najes" by touching a wet Jew (I think it was the same video).  Can you believe this nonsense?  

Same thing with women.  Iranian women are oppressed, forced into a mandatory dress code in the 21st century (one of only two countries in the world --other one being Saudi Arabia), their usbands can marry other women, divorce them at will, they autmatically lose custody of their children in divorce cases, etc., etc., but when you talk to an avergae Iranian, their view is: "na baba, intoori ham keh migan neest.  Zanhay iran kheili bishtar as zanhay soomali azadi darand."  

Did Russians defend the Soviet Union to this extent?  Do Cubans?  

The bottom line is that some of us--in our zeal to defend our "culture"--lose track of reallity and defend the IR.  And these are just by words.  What about the ones who flock to Iran every summer, spend hard currency there, support the IR economically and then return to the U.S to tell you about the nice restaurants that they visited when they were there?  Despicable, spineless, noon be nerkh-e rooz idiots!  


Oon Yaroo

AO, I attest to AB's support of VPK!

by Oon Yaroo on

VPK is a genuine lover of Iran and Iranians.

Being of an "analytical" mind, he likes to analyze matters with logic and reason before uttering opinions!

No amount of detestation can truly describe what Jews and non-Jews feel toward barbaric Islam and Mullahs!

Mullahs and their thugs are the most hated barbarcis in the history of mankind!

But, I would not put the Swastika on Iran!

I would however make Swastika = Allah!

My 1+1 cents!


Anonymous Bugger

AO jaan, take it easy on VPK

by Anonymous Bugger on

 

I know, i know, on the surface he might sound  like a sabzollahi at times while on minor political issues yet when it comes to the core of "kiaani solution" he is one of us. You see my brother, unlike me & you , VPK is what i call a real estate patriot with innocent & genuine love for all things Iranian be it pre-Omaru or post, be it Ferdowsi's Parsi or today's Omari shotori Farsi, be it Cyrus(bbhs) or Nadir, be it Ferdowsi or pedophile shaikhak poets..etc. A legacy nationalist like me & yourself might differ with this dude on culture or language issues but one thing is for sure  and that is his unwavering love & affection for Iran and I wish i had 1/100th of his blanket love for post-omari Iran. I have seen him time & time again defending kiaani Iran whenever there is an organized attack on Iran's kiaani Aryeh past while most of the so called politicaly correct goosfand opposition are either silent or cheering on that agenda & that for me means the bottom line that separates wise vs imbecile. & remember, there is a irony with opposing IRI politicaly yet being an abstract supporter culturaly;)..a lotta opposition are mere abstract supporters of staus quo culture which gave birth to hezbollah & they dont even know it.  So to me VPK is  allright & I want you to take my word for it & you two to stop bickering ::)). & one more thing;, Jews are & have been the most selfless allies & guardians of our kiaani heritage from the time of Cyrus all the way to the conquest of jerusalem along side khosru parviz but i wish our kiaani heritage under attack would get 1/10th of the attention the jews are getting via our good friends writings.

 

Cheers the good pilgrim!!!


Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

Defending IRI?

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on

I was gonna let go of this but it sounds like I am being accused of defending IRI. So I quote myself from this blog "Dear Vildermose - There is no question Islamic Republic  encourages anti-Semitism. It is a problem in Iran and should be confronted in an honest and open fashion after regime goes." How much more clear do I need to be that IRI is anti-Semitic. 

Fesenjoon2

stop defending these animals!

by Fesenjoon2 on

This is a letter from The Jewish Association of Tehran to the Minister of Ershad, protesting the demonizing of Jews in the latest TV film "Shekarchi e Shanbeh".

It is dated 2011

http://www.iranjewish.com/News_f/news_40_vezarat_ershad.htm

Here's the same association, protesting "Dr." Larijani, for the free permit of Nazi groups in Iran to operate their websites:

http://www.iranjewish.com/News_f/news_38_Ateraz.htm

Dated 2010


amirkabear4u

eh

by amirkabear4u on

this is freedom of expression!!!! haha


Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

Dear Vildermose

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on

That is a 2004 made series. After that a very different series "Zero Degree Turn" was made in 2007. Which shows Jewish people in a sympathetic fashion. And clearly admits that holocaust DID happen. It was also very popular in Iran. I have it on DVD and have watched the whole thing. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zero_Degree_Turn    

Rea

PS. I know some of them

by Rea on

Croatian origins, some living in the States, some have moved to Israel in the 90s.

And they're all saying the same thing. "If push comes to shove, we'll strike first, no doubt about it. For we have no other place to go to, no other country. 

"But we don't want to. For we have great respect for Iranians".


vildemose

 Dear Fesenjoon:

by vildemose on

 Dear Fesenjoon:

 Zahra's Blue Eyes."

http://www.fighthatred.com/videos/anti-semitic-television/642-zahras-blue-eyes

"It is the chain of communicat­ion, not the means of production­, that determines a social process."

-- Robert Anton Wilson


Rea

B/S both of you, Fesenjoon & AO

by Rea on

Netanyahu has ben rather hawkish recently. Does that mean Jews hate Iranians ?

The same applies to IRI. Does that mean Iranians hate Jews ?

I believe in Iranians as much as I believe in Israelis.

Honestly, sad to see two mighty IC writers turning cheap.


Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

Responses

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on

  • Dear Vildermose - There is no question Islamic Republic  encourages anti-Semitism. It is a problem in Iran and should be confronted in an honest and open fashion after regime goes. But when it comes to racism Hollywood outdoes them all just watch 300.
  • Dear AO 1 - What do you want people with family in Iran to do? They are stuck between not seeing their parents or going. It is a difficult choice. My parents are here and I do not go. But I have friends who do. They don't go to support the regime but to see family.
  • Dear AO 2 - The "art" is obviously anti-Semitic. It is also government sponsored which speaks for itself. The regime is anti-Semitic so what do you expect. Many Iranians even Islamic types criticized it. There were also many works done by non Iranians including a Brazilian. But there are plenty of anti-Islamic pictures in the West. The Israeli responded by hosting their own anti-Semitic cartoon contest: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Israeli_antisemitic_c... showing they have a good sense of humor.

 

I have no interest if Fesenjoon reads me or not. A person who openly asks to have Iran "bombed back to the stone age" and I have nothing in common.  

Stop defending the indefensible and putting lipstick on the IR pig. This type of BS defense of the IR is exactly what I'm talking about when I say "tacit support.". Thanks four proving my point!

How am I defending the IRI. Please explain that AO will you? What tacit support. You are making an accusation and I like to see some proof.

 


Fesenjoon2

Vildemose

by Fesenjoon2 on

which one?

The one in which it shows Israeli doctors killing Palestinian children for their blue eyes,

or

the one ("Tabriz dar Meh") where the red haired Jew in the Bazaar was the most hated character in the series,

or 

this:

http://www.likud.nl/extr462.html

 


vildemose

Wasn't there an

by vildemose on

Wasn't there an anti-semetic  made-for -tv-series recently that was one of the most popular shows on iranian Tv? 

 

"It is the chain of communicat­ion, not the means of production­, that determines a social process."

-- Robert Anton Wilson


Fesenjoon2

AO joonam

by Fesenjoon2 on

baba...oono velesh kon.

He has no frikin clue what he's talking about.

He never does. His posts are so out of touch with reality that I dont even read them.

**************

btw, about that picture, I recall very vividly how the guys in our dorms at Tehran University used to sexually fantasize about those breast outlines under 3 layers of chador and manteau. 


Fesenjoon2

Jew-slaughter

by Fesenjoon2 on

And here's a book written that gives the account of how people gathered to watch the torture and execution of Jews in Iranian towns during the Qajar era. They would celebrate the festive event. It was called Jew-slaughter

http://fa.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D8%AC%D9%87%D9%88%D8%AF%DA%A9%D8%B4%D8%A7%D9%86

I'll have to write a seperate blog about it. 

Stay tuned. 


Anonymous Observer

Comparing apples and oranges

by Anonymous Observer on

One isolated poster in a remote part of Texas from 30 years ago compared with hundreds of thousands of posters, demonstrations, conferences, books, and a established religious / political / government policy for three decades. Sure they are comparable. :-))))

PS - during the Soviet area, there was no mass travel to the USSR from its West residing citizens every summer to buy land...and also to partake in the tasting of the wonderful offerings of chelo kabab. No nation on this planet is as ass kissing as the Iranian nation. Noon be nerkh-e-Rooz khodan is deeply engrained in our culture.

Stop defending the indefensible and putting lipstick on the IR pig. This type of BS defense of the IR is exactly what I'm talking about when I say "tacit support.". Thanks four proving my point!


Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

Re: The IR has survived because it has--at the very ,,,

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on

 

Oh really? Is that why the Soviet Union and Warsaw pact survived. They had the support of majority right? We saw how supportive majority were once the guns stopped pointing at them. 

How about Ghaddafi in Libya he was so popular they just loved him to death. 

As for  anti-Jewish pictures yes they are. And there is an anti-Iranian picture in Texas. It does not mean Americans want to lynch Iranians. It is a stupid picture just like those.