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Topic: A world without terrorism
Posted By: whitelion553
Subject: A world without terrorism
Date Posted: 24 January 2013 at 10:56pm -

Posted By: Reepicheep
Date Posted: 25 January 2013 at 4:12am
Going down memory lane, I see.  Yes, that was quite the conference.
Some hilights: -
"The reason for our insistence that the Zionist regime should be wiped out and vanished is that the Zionist regime is the main base for imposing oppression and harbors the main terrorists of the world," Dr.Ahmadinejad said in a meeting here on Sunday...
President dismissed the US allegations about the hunt down of the Al-Qaeda Leader, Osama bin Laden, as an act staged on the world scene to secure a victory for the US ruling party in upcoming elections.  "We have precise information that the person they have recently killed has long been in the hands of the US militaries," Dr.Ahmadinejad said.

and, of course no Terrorism conference is complete unless someone claims that the holocaust is a lie, and that muslims were not responsible for 9/11: 

When president Ahmadinejad at the Summit Conference Hall said that "If the black box of the Holocaust and September 11 is opened, many of the realities will come to light. But unfortunately despite worldwide demand, the American government has not allowed it," he received a thundering applause from the delegates...

The event culminated in a standing ovation for president Ahmadinejad when, at the end of his speech, said: "There are those who believe that the goal of 9/11 was to revive the Zionist regime, reinforce stability in the region, divert US public opinion from the poor economic state. In terms of reference and benefits, 9/11 is very similar to the Holocaust. The American government used the attacks as a pretext to occupy two countries, and kill, injure and displace people in the region." (, 26.06.2011)

Posted By: whitelion553
Date Posted: 25 January 2013 at 8:04pm

 Part of Supreme Leader's Speech at Imam Khomeini Naval Academy in Noshahr


Today in many western countries, nobody dares question the Holocaust whose nature is questionable. According to the reports I have received, in America if people decide to write something against homosexuality on the basis of psychological and sociological principles, they will be prevented from publishing their work. How is it that these people feel obligated to respect freedom of expression? Whenever it comes to evil Zionist policies which require them to violate ethical principles of peoples and to corrupt young generations, freedom of expression becomes meaningless and nobody has the courage or permission to publish anything against wicked and malicious Zionist policies or against an issue like the Holocaust, but this is not the case with insults against what is held sacred in Islam, insults which are aimed at making Muslim youth in Islamic countries lose respect for what is held sacred in Islam. Nobody would believe their claims. Nobody would believe that the American regime is a supporter of democracy, a regime that supported a person like Hosni Mubarak for thirty years and a person like Mohammad Reza Pahlavi for thirty five years in spite of all those crimes he committed in Iran. Nobody would believe that their invasion of Iraq and their attacks against Saddam Hussein were an effort to fight dictatorship. They create dictators. It is their support that has enabled the regional dictators - who have ruled in our Islamic region during different eras - to bully and oppress their own people and make them suffer from discrimination. How can they claim to support democracy? Nobody would believe their claims.


i try to say only facts

Posted By: Reepicheep
Date Posted: 26 January 2013 at 5:19am
whitelion553, quoting "The Supreme Leader", wrote: America if people decide to write something against homosexuality...
Ah, yes.  Iran, the perfect Islamic utopia where homosexuality doesn't exist:
 "In Iran, we donít have homosexuals like in your country. We donít have that in our country. In Iran, we do not have this phenomenon. I do not know who has told you that we have it." President Ahmadinejad, to a group of American students at Columbia University, 2007
Why, oh, why, is Iran blessed with an abundance of perfect, sinless, highly intelligent, leaders, while here in the west all our governments, newspapers, and businesses are controlled by them there homosexual Jews.  What I wouldn't give to live in Tehran, where:
"...all the streets are paved with gold,
and no one ever grows old..."
Alas, woe is us...

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