Egypt – Making NEW RELATIONS with Iran while Iran makes NUKES and Ahmadinejad says ISLAM is winning in the WEST

What is it that is NOT clear?

These people aim to CHANGE the WEST in to the EAST

Is this what you people want?

Our Government has made this possible.

Obama should be put on trial for TREASON and his birth certificate demanded or be tried for TREASON.  He has allowed the US to be infiltrated through multiple avenues and has supplied the Middle East with material support.

The Politicians, democrat or republican or whatever, should all be closely examined.

The ISLAMIC threat is for the WESTERN civilization.  And in a few short years, our world can look like Egypt.  And we may be asking the same questions as those Christians are asking.

The birthplace of Christianity and the HOME of the Jews is ablaze all around.  Even Saudi Arabia is about to enter the scene.  Saudi Arabia, with all the money, could they not have stopped this?




Elbaradei israel

11:09 10 MAR 2011
(AGI) Cairo – If elected President of Egypt, Mohamed ElBaradei commits to rebuild relations with Iran, after a silence of 30 yrs. This is what the Nobel Peace Prize Laureate declared on the ONTV Egyptian TV network, immediately after announcing his participation in the upcoming presidential elections. ElBaradei also defined as “superficial” the Constitutional amendments drafted by an ad hoc committee and that will be subjected to a popular referendum on the 19th of March. . .



Iran Supreme Leader: U.S. will share the fate of fallen Mideast regimes

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s comments come as Iranian President Ahmadinejad says global Islamic awakening is toppling murderous and corrupt world powers.

By Haaretz Service

  • Published 16:59 10.03.11
  • Latest update 16:59 10.03.11

The United States will suffer the same defeat as that experienced by despotic Mideast regimes, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei was quoted as saying by Iran’s Fars news agency on Thursday, as the country’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad declared the era of worldwide “hegemonic powers” was over.

In a meeting with Iranian officials in Tehran, Khamenei, referring to recent Mideast turmoil, which had seen regimes changes in both Tunisia and Egypt, said that it was God’s will that the United States would too be defeated by what he sees as an Islamic revolution.


Ali Khamenei AP 19.10.2010

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei waving to a crowd in the Iranian city of Qom, Oct. 19, 2010. Photo by: AP



Not only corrupted and despotic rulers but the United States and other world powers with an aggressive nature will finally suffer a defeat by nations and God’s promises will come true,” Khamenei said.

The Supreme Leader’s comments came after Iran’s President, also speaking in Thursday, said that murderous and corrupt world powers were collapsing as a result of a global Islamic awakening.

“The human society is moving rapidly forward and today’s hegemonic powers, which are unrivaled in corruption, pillage, massacre and crimes, are already collapsing,” Ahmadinejad said during a visit to the city of Qom.


The Iranian president added that “an Islamic awakening is taking place in the world,” saying that a “major movement is underway and we can see its signs in every corner of the globe.”

Last month, as Ahmadinejad, speaking on state TV, said that popular demands for change will put an end to the oppression of what he called “arrogant powers.” Without signaling out nations by name, he says similar uprisings will strike Europe and North America.

The president also condemned Libya’s use of force against demonstrators and urged Libyan leaders to give in to the demands of their people. Iran’s hard-line leaders have sought to claim some credit for the uprisings in Arab nations, saying the 1979 Islamic Revolution provided inspiration.

The calls for solidarity with protesters across the Arab world came in stark contrast to its own actions to crush dissent at home.

Two people were killed and dozens arrested in Iran last month when thousands of opposition supporters in Tehran and other cities took to the streets in defiance of a heavy security presence to back uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia that toppled their leaders.

An opposition website said at least 1,500 people were arrested last month while taking part in the banned protests and many wounded in clashes with security forces. Police claimed that dozens were arrested and 9 policemen were injured in the rallies.

Iran warned opposition groups on Saturday against staging demonstrations to commemorate the people killed during the protests, state media reported.
Iran brutally put down protests on its own streets after Ahmadinejad’s disputed re-election in 2009.







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