Iranian President Urges Enemies to Give Up Wrong Policies

The Fars News Agency reports: “Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad advised Tehran’s enemies to abandon their wrong policies and acknowledge their mistakes, and stressed that the Iranian nation will continue progress under any kind of conditions and despite enemies’ plots.

Addressing a large and fervent congregation of Iranian people in the country’s Northern province of Semnan, Ahmadinejad said that the enemies of Iran have hatched numerous plots during the last 32 years since the victory of the Islamic Revolution (1979) to pin down the revolution and the Iranians, but all their plots remained futile and the Iranian nation is moving on the path of progress.

‘God willing, the final victory is imminent and the Iranian nation will witness such a day in the near future,’ Ahmadinejad promised.

He offered two options to the enemies of Iran for their future policies, and stated, ‘You (enemies) have two options. You can continue your previous path that will result in nothing but failure and humiliation for you.’

If so, ‘the Iranian nation will not allow you to materialize even your slightest dreams and minor wishes’, Ahmadinejad added…” (Millions are opposed to the Iranian President’s policies and are being imprisoned as both Muslim and Christian assassins – I Timothy 6:12. The head cleric of the Shi’ite branch of Islam recently warned: “It matters not if millions of Muslims die from a nuclear war as long as the flag of Islam flies over all nations. It won’t happen Khamenei. See the next report.)

Iranian students threaten to destroy Esther’s tomb

YnetNews.com reports: “A group of extremist Iranian students threatened to destroy the mausoleum of Queen Esther and Mordechai should Israel cause damage to the Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem, Ynet reported.

According to tradition, the tomb is located in the western Iranian city of Hamadan.

The students, who rallied at Bu-Ali Sina University in Hamadan, said in a statement, ‘We, the student basijis… warn Zionist regime leaders if they assault the Al-Aqsa mosque in any way we will destroy the tomb of these lowly murderers.’

Iranian news agencies said the protestors are members of the student basij, or hardline Islamist militia.

The shrine in Hamadan commemorates Esther, a young Jewish woman who married Achaemenid King Xerxes five centuries before Christ, and convinced him to allow Jews to settle freely in the Persian empire.

Iran has the largest Jewish community in the Middle East — 20,000 to 25,000 by different estimates — after Israel, and the shrine is visited by many pilgrims every year…”