Skip to comments.Iranian Official Mocks Netanyahu's UN Speech
Posted on 10/01/2012 11:11:17 AM PDT by Eleutheria5
A senior Iranian foreign ministry official mocked on Sunday Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's over his bomb diagram during his UN speech last week.
Addressing a ceremony in Iran's southern city of Kangan on Sunday, Deputy Foreign Minister for Consular, Parliamentary and Expatriates' Affairs Hassan Qashqavi said, according to the Fars news agency, The fake regime of Israel is mocked by everyone in the world today, although such cheap actions of the leaders of the occupying Zionist regime are nothing new.
He added that the Islamic Republic's dignity and might has angered Israeli regime officials so much that they show such silly reactions.
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“He added that the Islamic Republic’s dignity...”
Sorry to have to be the one to say this but, “Islam” and “dignity” are mutually exclusive concepts.
We are not savages like them we do not kill people for sport like those savages..Neither do the Israeli's..
I know it makes you angry it does me and many other Americans but in the end they will pay..God will bring down the savages..and he will do it in his time not ours..
That was my thought.
When that fake nuke hits their ass they will find out who is mocking what.
Canada has severed all relations with Iran quite recently and said this is so they can speak openly about Iran without concern for their people being taken hostage.
There’s also the fact that Iran doesn’t have diplomatic relationships with Israel, so the whole comment was tongue in cheek.
Not the way they define it.
Islamic Dignity = says bull-s@@# with straight face, kills anyone who disagrees, and denies doing it with straight face. Kills or threatens anyone who doesn’t play along with this farce.
Non-Islamic Dignity = stands up for beliefs though the entire world opposes, and has conscience for counsel and friendship.
And the clock is running down on when the magic mushrooms will bloom over Tehran. Tick . . . tick . . . tick . . . Ka-Blam.
Actually they said nothing about hostages, but I’m sure that was a primary concern.
We have an eye candy President who knows many celebrities. Free cell phones too. Would you like to trade?
No thank you.
I don't want to rub salt, but the head of the Bank of Canada, Mark Carney, is excellent. No QE in Canada. Canadian dollar is up 35% plus in the last few years. We don't want Bernacke either.
Not so bloody, but are the hangees also going allahuakbar?
Give me one good reason - just one - for not nuking the whole of islam out of existence.
Bet you can’t.
Some of those guys being hung were trying to make Iran into a more secular and nicer place to live.
Canada has the second most stable economy in the world. I send a ton of dogs up there. Not only that but I have seen suggestions that they are more conservative than we are now...not sure I like their healthcare yet, but Canada rocks.
I stand corrected. Thanks for being gentle.
Government finances and the banking sector seem very solid. There are two problems on the horizon. One is an overheated housing sector. This is mainly confined to Vancouver, Toronto, Edmonton, and Calgary. Vancouver and Toronto have been "overheated" for 30 years so I guess everything is relative. I have always maintained that foreign buyers are driving those markets, to a large extent.
The other problem is that if our major export market contacts or the Canadian dollar rises too fast demand for our products will decline and the economy will slow. There is a way out of that one, consider the German or Swiss model. Can you imagine the German model with every natural resource imaginable, especially energy? Just like the post war USA. Wait a minute...
I’m sure they were. Still think I heard them going allahuakbar.
We don’t need “nice” in Iran. We need eradicated islamics.
I had thought they attributed much of the stability to a (more) regulated banking industry.
At any rate I love Canadians and frequently post the anthem on my facebook page as a tribute.
Have you read this?
Domestic agricultural resources also rate high with me. Canada has a strong agricultural sector. In other words we can feed ourselves and, keep ourselves warm and mobile, and run our factories farms and schools from domestic sources.
Another thing I love about FR. I live in Canada and NEVER read Ottawa Citizen editorials. You don't and are pointing one out to me regarding Canada's Iranian policy. Thanks.
Further to closing the embassy in Teheran. I know that diplomats as possible hostages was always a primary concern. The government really did not make that much of that aspect. After 1979, I have no doubt that the regime over there would have no qualms about taking Canadian diplomats hostage. If they can't get at Americans, they'll take the next best thing.