Skip to comments.Ahmadinejad: Zionism Sacred to West
Posted on 09/22/2011 2:44:53 PM PDT by Eleutheria5
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Thursday launched into his customary tirade against Israel and the West at the United Nations.
Announcing he planned "to analyze the current situation from a different angle," Ahmadinejad immediately lambasted Israel saying the "Zionist regime imposes terror on the Palestinian people."
Ahmadinejad also cast aspersion on the Holocaust and hinted the September 9/11 attacks occurred under dubious circumstances as well.
The world, Ahmadinejad mused, "must wonder, if after six decades the Holocaust is still used as an excuse to pay ransom to the Zionists what will happen if the same amount of money was allocated to poor nations?"
He then accused the United States and its allies of "threatening anyone who questions the Holocaust and the events of 9/11 with military actions and treating Zionism as sacred."
In addition, Ahmadinejad questioned why U.S. troops did not take Osama bin Laden alive and put him on trial.
The statement prompted the American and French ambassadors followed by dozens of other delegates to leave the Assembly Hall.
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Israel, in contrast, is a good investment, and please stop sending us those three billion a year already. We don't want it or need it (at least I think so).
Yes, Zionism is sacred to the West,
Unless you’re a replacementarian preterist.............
In India, they regard Islam as western, because it’s an imperialist, proselytizing religion. It’s eastern in that it negates individualism to the point of willful suicide as a means of warfare, but it does so for distinctly western goals, like the Japanese kamikaze pilots did. Most eastern religions are not interested in proselytizing, let alone world conquest. So A’jad can stop with the smug BS. He’s more western than he knows.
Well, Arabia IS to the west of India ....
But, I don’t agree that Buddhism and Hinduism are not “proselytizing”.
B&H have many, many forms of proselytism: martial arts, music, yoga, TM, etc etc are all forms of B&H “evangelism”.
Tell you what Amadijackwad, when you don’t consider
Islam sacred then get back to us.
If youd like to be on or off, please FR mail me.
But in their native environment, they don’t do that commercial stuff. The real Hindus prefer to lead normal lives until they pass the warrior phase, and then they withdraw into themselves and seek enlightenment. The real Buddhists are either priests/monks or everyday people.
remember a restaurant on Mott Street called Vegetarian Paradise. Since it was vegetarian, it was also kosher and conformed with Shariah, so for a while it had a Jewish and Islamic customer base, as well as leftist vegans and fellow Chinese Buddhists. Unfortunately, it went under right before I left New York. But they never tried to push their religion. Vegetarian Paradise was about food and nothing else.
The ones who go to America to open up yoga or martial arts studios have gone Hollywood.
The B&H counties also persecute Christians.
Not as much, maybe as the Muslim ones, but they do...
Because we have a President who is more sympathetic to Muslim leanings and interpretation of vengeance, than he is of the Christian thinking of justice. Muslims fundamentally have a problem with Justice, which is why they believe they can approach God without a righteous judgment of human sin by God by what He provides.
Well, Ahmajackass isn’t entirely wrong about this one.
Ahmadinejad also cast aspersion on the Holocaust and hinted the September 9/11 attacks occurred under dubious circumstances as well.US and French diplomats left to protest. Don't give me that job, because the rest of the audience would witness my snapping his cowardly lying neck and spitting on the body. And I don't even drink coffee.
Thanks for the ping!
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