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Why US govt is so mad at Iran ?

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posted on Dec, 1 2011 @ 09:54 AM

Speaking at a press conference here in Tehran on Wednesday, Larijani dismissed the recent hues and cries made by the West about Iran's nuclear program, and its allegations about Iran's human rights record and involvement in an alleged terrorist plot on the US soil, and said the US-led West has grown pressures and animosity towards Iran because of the growing ties of Islamic awakening in the region.

"The reason should be found in another place which is the Islamic awakening of the regional people."

"It should be known that the West is upset because of the Islamic awakening of the regional nations," Larijani added.

Meantime, the Iranian top legislator said that the regional movements will continue their move regardless of the West's pressures on Iran.



Is political Islam replacing Arab dictators?

With a victory for Islamist parties in Tunisia and Morocco, is political Islam now spreading across North Africa?

The Arab revolution spread accross the Arab world as the population demanded political change. But in Morocco protesters did not bring down the government.

The Moroccan monarch quickly responded to their demands by amending the constitution, giving parliament and the prime minister more powers, and calling for early elections, which were held last week.
It resulted in a resounding victory for the Islamist Justice and Development party. And now, its leader Abdelilah Benkiran has become prime minister, a post that had nothing to do with democracy previously.

In the past, the king chose whomever he wanted to head the government regardless of the will of the country's 33 million people.

With the victory for the Islamists in Tunisia and the Muslim Brotherhood expected to gain political clout in Egypt, is the Arab world about to become home to political Islam? And can these parties bring an alternative to corruption and dictatorship?

Is political Islam replacing Arab dictators?

Tunisia , Egypt , Morocco , Yemen , Bahrain are getting out of the path toward the New World Order.

Iran , Syria and Lebanon were out already.

So , I think that Larijani is right about the recent allegations about Iran by US and Israel.

I think that US should think of a new New World Order , in which it can make new puppets in the region to stay forever and rule forever here , in Middle East.

Iranian Shah.

Bin Ali the former president of Tunisia

Saddam & Rumsfeld

Qaddaf and Mubarak


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posted on Dec, 1 2011 @ 10:04 AM
Islamic countries will fire the first bullet in the upcoming war . Israel will be attacked again .

posted on Dec, 1 2011 @ 10:06 AM

Originally posted by OrNaM3nT
Islamic countries will fire the first bullet in the upcoming war . Israel will be attacked again .

Like always been oppressed in the history ?

Like they took the lands of Palestine by peace ?

Here is a solution for Israel :

Supreme Leader’s Speech at International Conference on Palestinian Intifada

Two points should be clarified in advance. The first point is that our demand is the liberation of Palestine, not the liberation of a part of Palestine. Any plan to divide Palestine is completely unacceptable. The two-state idea which has been presented in the self-righteous clothing of "recognizing the Palestinian government as a member of the United Nations" is nothing but giving in to the demands of the Zionists - namely, "recognizing the Zionist government in Palestinian lands". This would mean trampling on the rights of the Palestinian nation, ignoring the historical right of the displaced Palestinians and even jeopardizing the right of the Palestinians settled in "1948 lands". It would mean leaving the cancerous tumor intact and exposing the Islamic Ummah - especially the regional nations - to constant danger. It would mean bringing back decades-long sufferings and trampling upon the blood of the martyrs.

Any operational solution must be based on the principle of "all of Palestine for all Palestinian people". Palestine is the land that extends "from the river to the sea", not one inch less than that. Of course it should be noted that through its elected government, the Palestinian people will run the affairs of the any part of the Palestinian soil they manage to liberate, just as they did in the case of Gaza, but they will never forget the ultimate goal.

The second point is that in order to reach this lofty goal, what is necessary is action, not words. It is necessary to be serious, not to make ceremonial gestures. It is necessary to have patience and wisdom, not engage in a variety of impatient actions. It is necessary to consider horizons that lie far ahead and to move forward step by step with determination, reliance on God and hope. Muslim governments and nations and the resistance groups in Palestine, Lebanon and other countries can each identify their share of work in this general struggle and solve the puzzle of resistance with Allah's permission.

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posted on Dec, 1 2011 @ 10:22 AM
The last picture is not of Mubarak, it is Hugo Chavez - Venezuela...

posted on Dec, 1 2011 @ 11:05 AM
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Tunisia , Egypt , Morocco , Yemen , Bahrain are getting out of the path toward the New World Order.

I think you've got this backwards. They are part of the New World Order and the US is paving the way for them, for Libya and for Syria. Not to mention the US quest for oil, minerals and ore in Uganda as we hunt down the LRA in order to secure the region to make development safe for workers and investors.

The Muslim Brotherhood is poised to take a stronghold in the Egyptian Parliamentary elections as we speak. The Presidential election in Egypt should be interesting. The power vacuum left in Libya has yet to be filled and Syria is on the cusp of trouble.

You want a New World Order, the Responsibility to Protect organization (backed by the UN) and the International Crisis Group have the road map laid out for you.
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posted on Dec, 1 2011 @ 12:52 PM
The same thread appears here.

Please add your OP to the thread you already created. Duplicate topic closed.

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