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Rohani – Not So Moderate After All

"The Zionist regime has been a wound on the body of the Islamic world for years and the wound should be removed."
The media outlets hailing the election of Hassan Rohani, the “moderate,” are the same outlets that consider the Tea Parties in America to be “radical.”

The media outlets hailing the election of Hassan Rohani, the “moderate,” are the same outlets that consider the Tea Parties in America to be “radical.”
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The difference between an Iranian extremist and an Iranian moderate, is that an Iranian extremists wants all Israelis dead now, while an Iranian moderate is willing to wait until next Tuesday.

Iranian president Rohani just revealed that calling him a moderate would be incorrect.

During an Al Quds Day celebration, Rohani said, “The Zionist regime has been a wound on the body of the Islamic world for years and the wound should be removed.”

Not to be outdone, former Iranian president Ahmedinijad let loose at one of the rallies and said, “I will inform you with God as my witness, a devastating storm is on the way that will uproot the basis of Zionism,” and just for emphasis added that Israel “has no place in this world.”

Iran is rushing to complete its nuclear weapons program, presumably to commit genocide and launch its missiles at Israel.

In response, Prime Minister Netanyahu said, “Rohani’s true face has been exposed sooner than expected. Even if his comments will quickly be denied – that’s what the man thinks and that’s the Iranian regime’s game plan.”

Of course, if the US pressured peace talks manage to evict Israel from significant portions of the Land of Israel, that won’t leave much left for the Iranians to remove.

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4 Responses to “Rohani – Not So Moderate After All”

  1. Obama where are you?, poor common Iranian citizen to have leaders like this.

  2. Obama where are you?, poor common Iranian citizen to have leaders like this.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Iran is controlled by a radical Islamic dictatorship. It's a theocratic tyranny. Elections are staged mainly for propaganda purposes. The office of "president" is merely ceremonial. The Ayatollahs give the orders. Rouhani, who is also a radical Islamist, is mainly a spokesman for the Ayatollahs. But no matter who was installed as "president," the regime will continue to violently oppress the Persian people, to be the major underwriter of terrorism around the Middle East and other parts of the world, and will race to acquire nuclear weapons in order to intimidate and possibly incinerate other nations. Nothing has changed except the window dressing.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Iran is controlled by a radical Islamic dictatorship. It's a theocratic tyranny. Elections are staged mainly for propaganda purposes. The office of "president" is merely ceremonial. The Ayatollahs give the orders. Rouhani, who is also a radical Islamist, is mainly a spokesman for the Ayatollahs. But no matter who was installed as "president," the regime will continue to violently oppress the Persian people, to be the major underwriter of terrorism around the Middle East and other parts of the world, and will race to acquire nuclear weapons in order to intimidate and possibly incinerate other nations. Nothing has changed except the window dressing.

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