Putin supporters nominate Russian leader for Nobel over Syria plan

The Jerusalem Post reports: “Russian President Vladimir Putin, known for his extravagant animal adventures and standing up against the West, could be in the running for the Nobel Peace Prize.

A group of his supporters have announced their nomination of the president for the prestigious prize.

Why Putin?

Beslan Kobakhia, vice president of the Academy of Spiritual Unity and Cooperation Between the World’s Nations, says it’s Putin’s leadership.

‘Vladimir Putin did everything possible for the peace settlement in Syria. Vladimir Putin led by his personal example in his devotion to peace – not just with his words, but with his actions,’ Kobakhia said. ‘At the cornerstone of all his life there are no short-term political goals or vested corporate interests of his own country, but only interest in maintaining peace in the whole world.’

He says if it weren’t for Putin, the two-year conflict in Syria would have escalated into World War III…” (Putin should never receive the reward because he will probably be the Gog of Magog and Rush of Ezekiel 38 & 39 that leads the armies of Russia, China, and the Muslim alliance into the 3 1/2 year campaign of Armageddon. Russia is the warmongering culprit in Ezekiel 38:11 and 12: “… thou shalt say, I will go up to the land of unwalled villages; I will go to them that are at rest, that dwell safely, all of them dwelling without walls, and having neither bars nor gates, To take a spoil, and to take a prey; to turn thine hand upon the desolate places that are now inhabited, and upon the people that are gathered out of the nations…”)


Egyptian Expert Calls for Granting Nobel Peace Prize to Iranian President

The Fars News Agency reports: “A prominent Egyptian expert and journalist called on the international community to grant this year’s Nobel Peace Prize to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani for his efforts to restore peace between Tehran and the West.

‘Like US President Barack Obama who received the Nobel Peace Prize at the beginning of his presidency in October 2009, Rouhani also deserves receiving the Prize in 2013,’ Iran Expert at Al-Azhar University in Cairo Mohammed Mohsen Abu al-Nour said on Wednesday [10/2/13].

‘I urge the Nobel board of juries to grant him the Prize to encourage him to increase efforts to revive reconciliation talks between the US and Iran,’ he added.

Last Tuesday, Iran’s President Rouhani stressed during his address to the 68th UN General Assembly meeting that Iran is ready for talks with the US, but ‘on equal footing and with mutual respect’, yet he said he is not hearing a single voice from Washington.

Also after returning Tehran, Rouhani issued an order for studying the possibility of the resumption of direct flights between Iran and the US to facilitate visits of the two countries’ nationals…” (President Rouhani has done nothing to merit the award. Go back to the report in this Intelligence Briefing to see why.)