By Dennis Prager Yesterday, Jews around the world observed Holocaust Day. This day ought to be universally observed because the lessons of the Holocaust are universal. Here are some of them: 1. People are not basically good At any time…
By BBC Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said “all needs of the Iranian nation” would be met by its nuclear scientists
Iran’s President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, says “great” nuclear achievements will be announced in the next few days.
He did not give any details, but insisted that Iran would never halt its programme to enrich uranium, which can be used to make a nuclear warhead.
Mr Ahmadinejad was speaking at a rally in Tehran as Iranians marked the 33rd anniversary of the Islamic revolution.
by Gavriel Queenann
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Wednesday called on the interim junta in Cairo to rebuild diplomatic relations with the Islamic Republic, Reuters reports.
At a meeting with Egyptian academics, clerics and media representatives in Tehran, Ahmadinejad pushed his plan to rebuild links with Cairo saying cooperation between the two countries would give them “great power” and “drive the Zionists from the region.”
Rapprochement between Shi’ite-led Iran and Sunni-majority Egypt, the most populous Arab nation, would likely alarm the United States, Israel and the six members of the Gulf Cooperation Council, which includes Saudi Arabia
Iran proclaims ‘complete domination’ over entrance to Persian Gulf As part of Iran’s annual revolution celebrations, President Mahmoud unveiled locally-made satellites while a senior commander showed off mass produced missiles. Iran showed off new missile and satellite technology on Monday, and told its enemies it had “complete domination” of the entrance to the oil-rich Gulf.
As part of Iran’s annual revolution celebrations, a time traditionally marked by new technological and military advances, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad unveiled locally-made satellites while a senior commander showed off mass produced missiles.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
“We should reach a point where we will be able to provide our knowledge and technology in the aerospace field to other countries,” Ahmadinejad said in a speech, unveiling the satellites he said were for scientific purposes, and showing film of a satellite-carrier rocket.
by Professor Eugene Narrett
The author sees a pattern of dialectic encounters in the world, planned cynically by the great powers.
The dialectic of managed terror, attrition and threats of major conflict is growing in the Middle East. The client states in the region now are grouped into two clearly identifiable blocs, one of which is escalating rhetoric and armaments at an alarming rate. One may feel, at least at the edges of consciousness a heightening of terror. When violence occurs, the major media, mouth pieces of the powers will urge salvation through regional solutions arranged by the Quartet and United Nations.
Threats and tensions have reached such a high level that a series of explosions at Iran’s main underground base, near Khorramabad in the western Iranian province of Lorestan, for the Shehab-3 ballistic missile, though “a devastating blow” to Iran’s offensive plans and pretensions is the least newsworthy of current events . One could say that the non-coverage of this major event is in inverse portion to the posturing and hatred of those most effected.
During his two-day visit to Beirut, continuing the absorption of Syria and Lebanon by Iran, Ahmadinejad “announced the formation of a new anti-Israel Eastern Front encompassing Iran, Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, the Palestinians and Iraq.” Amid the ranting against “the Zionist entity as the embodiment of the deception of the capitalist world order and [its] materialistic ideas,”  a phrase that could also have been written in Moscow or London, the Persian chieftain sketched two groupings that reflect the dialectic conflict of already extant encounters and future fighting.
On Tuesday,Sept. 21, 2010 @ 9:45 AM, at the Southwest corner 40th & 1ST ave, the New York Board of Rabbis (NYBR) gathered at 1st Avenue and 40th street to protest the President of Iran .
“There is no place for this evil-entity to be at the U.N. A sad day for New Yorkers and Americans.”
“Ah’jad, a man who brutalizes the opposition. A tyrant . A murderer who is being given an honorable welcome by the U.N. when he should be locked away; put on-trial and locked away for the crime of genocide.”
They gathered at the UN to protest and to voice their condemnation of the madman of Tehran, Mahmud Ahmadinejad being granted a platform at the United Nations. “This is a sad day for people of all faiths”
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Sunday inaugurated the country’s first domestically built long-range unmanned bomber aircraft, calling it an “ambassador of death” to Iran’s enemies.
Speaking to a group of officials, Ahmadinejad said, “The jet, as well as being an ambassador of death for the enemies of humanity, has a main message of peace and friendship.”
The goal of the aircraft is to “keep the enemy paralyzed in its bases,” he said, adding that the jet is for deterrence and defensive purposes.
The president championed the country’s military self-sufficiency program and said it will continue “until the enemies of humanity lose hope of ever attacking the Iranian nation.”
‘Zionist regime seeks world control’
In a rant that reeked of old-fashioned anti-Semitism, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Sunday that the “Zionist regime” was seeking to control the world.
In Damascus, Assad calls US stance on Iran “new colonialism.” The United States should pack up and leave the Middle East and stay out of regional affairs, Iran’s president said Thursday during a visit to Damascus that follows a string of US efforts to break up Syria’s 30-year alliance with Teheran.
An Iranian professor who teaches at a local major university and I have become good friends. I had earlier been invited to speak at his institution, where numerous students from the Middle East attend classes.
We have been discussing the recent events going on in his native land–events which especially pose a very harsh dilemma for Israel. Indeed, things happening in Iran right now make Israel’s choices only that much more difficult…