Monday, January 23, 2006

Maniacal Rhetoric from Ahmadinejad

"Undoubtedly, if the truths about Islam are taught correctly, most people will accept Islam," Iran's President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, stressed Friday.

Ahmadinejad noted that Muslim scholars would be responsible for plans to administer countries and nations globally, adding "the day when Islam is correctly taught and an Islamic strategy is followed by societies would be the day of death of global arrogance."

Here is the key to understanding Ahmadinejad's angry mindset:
Noting the tremendous potential of the 57-member Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC), he thinks enemies of Islam have weakened Muslim states so they currently depend on imports from non-Islamic states for 97% of imported goods and services.

On the precipice of referral to the UN Security Council for nuclear activities summarized by Secretary of State Rice in certain terms, "The referral absolutely has to be made." ...Iran must know that there is a firm international consensus against the activities that Iran is currently engaged in. We would all like to solve this diplomatically and we are all committed to doing so but Iran must recognize the concerns of the international community and has not done so."

Iran Threatens Enrichment if It's Referred
Iran will immediately retaliate if referred to the U.N. Security Council next week by forging ahead with developing a full-scale uranium enrichment program, a senior envoy said Monday.
Ali Asghar Soltaniyeh, a senior envoy to the International Atomic Energy Agency, reflected Iran's defiance in the face of growing international pressure over its nuclear program. Enrichment can be used in electricity production but it also is needed in making uranium-based nuclear weapons.

"If Ahmadinejad is arrogant enough without nuclear capability to threaten retaliation against the United Nations when Iran is not granted nuclear jihadi status, can there be any doubt about how maniacal his nuclear indiscretions would be?" -Molten Eagle.

Is Islam to blame for the relative backwardness of its 57 states? Not according to Ahmadinejad.
Another victim of centuries of sea-to-sea camel culture looking for a shortcut to a Caliphatic world.

President Ahmadinejad, ask Iran's citizens whom you intolerantly repress how arrogant the West is.


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