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NEWS FROM ISRAEL AND THE MIDDLE EAST


Ahmadinejad Calls to Liberate America


Israel National News reports: “Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad went on a tirade against the United States and the Jewish people in a speech given in Shahre-Kord in central Iran. The speech was printed in Iran’s Fars media and translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI).

Among other things, Ahmadinejad announced a new goal: ‘liberating’ the US.

‘I hereby announce that from this point forward, one of the Iranian nation’s main aspirations will be to deliver the American people from [its] undemocratic and bullying government,’ he said.

He also condemned Jews and Israel, saying ‘the West’ had ‘gathered the filthiest and greatest of criminals, who only appear to be human from all corners of the earth… so that they would occupy the lands of Palestine.’…” (This hatemonger is a second Hitler. Jesus predicted and described such a vile blasphemer against Jews in Matthew 23:33 when He stated: “Ye serpents, ye generation of vipers, how can ye escape the damnation of hell?” God will at that day add: sorry you suicide bombers, you missed the 72 virgins you were promised by your god.”)


Assad: US administration is weak


The Jerusalem Post reports: “The Obama administration’s failure to facilitate change in the Middle East shows that it is weak, Syrian President Bashar Assad said during a visit to Latin America amid rising regional tensions over the Gaza flotilla incident and increasing efforts to defuse the Iranian threat.

Assad was quoted in the Argentine daily Clarín as saying that Washington did not ‘seem to be able to manage a peace process from beginning to end.’ He added that while the US was capable of pulling ‘all its weight’ to support a peace process, the current administration has so far proved to be impractical and unable to gain the backing of Congress.

‘Afghanistan is worse than before,’ said Assad, stressing that the situation in Iraq had not changed and ties with Syria remained stagnant despite US President Barack Obama’s announcement that he would dispatch a new ambassador to Damascus.

While criticizing the Obama administration, Assad had only words of praise for rising players in global and regional diplomacy – namely Turkey and Brazil, who recently brokered a deal to enrich Iran’s uranium on Turkish soil. The move, said Assad, transfers ‘essential political weight from a few countries in the North, such as Europe and the US, to others in the world.’…” (Sad that Dr. Rick Warren who leads thousands of ministers globally praised Assad of Syria as one of the world’s great leaders. Strange he failed to help this Jew hating Muslim with his book – “The Purpose Driven Life.)


Ahmadinejad Terms UN Resolution against Iran “Failure” of Obama’s Policy


Fars News Agency reports: “The approval of the fourth round of sanctions against Iran at the UN Security Council indicated the failure of US President Barack Obama in bringing a change to Washington’s policies, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said.

‘Mr. Obama took the power with the slogan of change but the [recent] resolution … means that nothing will happen. [It] is in fact an indication of Obama’s failure to bring change,’ Ahmadinejad said.

With the new resolution passed at the UNSC, President Obama has followed in former US president George W. Bush’s footsteps, President Ahmadinejad said, adding that such policy was doomed to failure.

The UNSC adopted new sanctions against the Islamic Republic last month. The sanctions came after US’s hard lobbying for new punitive measures against Tehran over its nuclear work.

The Iranian chief executive blamed Washington for the ratification of the recent sanctions, saying other nations were pushed by the US to approve the UN resolution.

‘We consider the United States as responsible for the resolution, because the Security Council is under US influence,’ President Ahmadinejad said in an interview with Japan’s Kyodo news agency.

The Iranian president said the US government has been treating Iran with hostility for over 50 years, adding that threats and sanctions could not force Iran to withdraw from its peaceful nuclear activities…” (God help the world if this religious fanatic ever creates the nuclear bomb. Please review the opening report again in this Intelligence Briefing.)


Ahmadinejad Cautions Israel about “Playing with Lion”


The Fars News Agency reports: “Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad warned Israel about any potential aggression against Iran, cautioning the regime that playing with Iran is as dangerous as playing with a lion.

‘They all know that playing with Iran is like playing with a lion,’ Ahmadinejad said.

‘The Zionist regime is too weak to launch aggression against Iran. They long to deal a blow to Iran, but wouldn’t dare even think about it’, he added in an interview with Turkey’s ATV network.

Elsewhere in his remarks, the president underlined the Israeli attack on the Gaza-bound aid flotilla was the most despicable act the Zionist regime could have done.

‘Today, world nations are all ears to hear what freedom-seeking peoples are saying’, President Ahmadinejad further said.

‘Fortunately, freedom-seeking and justice-seeking nations reacted to the Zionist regime’s brutal actions, and we hope protests to the occupying regime will continue’, added the president.

He underlined the Gaza siege should be lifted as soon as possible…” (Ahmadinejad finally had something right when he calls himself and the subjugated nation over which he rules by oppression and persecution “a Lion” because God’s Word pictures Satan “as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour” – I Peter 5:8.)


Iran: World has not done enough to curb Zionist atrocities


Haaretz reports: “Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki accused the United Nations of neglecting their responsibility to deal with the ‘atrocities’ of the Zionist regime, according to the Iranian news agency IRNA.

At a ceremony marking 28 years since four Iranians vanished in Beirut – an event Iran claims was orchestrated by Israel – Mottaki said he regarded ‘Zionists as the worst threat to the Middle East.’

‘If the UN had adopted a severe stand against the crimes and atrocities of the Zionists in the past, the regime would not have dared to commit new crimes such as targeting Gaza-bound flotilla,’ Mottaki said.

The Iranian FM was referring to the May raid by Israeli special forces on a Gaza-bond aid flotilla, which resulted in the death of nine of the flotilla participants.

‘The Zionist regime has turned into a source of threat to all nations of the region, endangering peace and security of the world,’ Mottaki said, adding that the ‘inhuman crimes committed by the usurper regime in the past six decades in the occupied lands as well as other parts of the region, truly demonstrates the savage nature of the fabricated regime.’

‘The Zionist regime has lost its credibility and legitimacy among world nations and is now on the verge of collapse,’ Mottaki said, adding that ‘the Zionist regime like the former apartheid regime in South Africa is doomed to failure and the nations of the region mainly the Palestinians will witness formation of a democratic system in place of the Zionist occupiers.’…” (I have been waiting to use this Bible verse on Ahmadinejad and his henchmen – II Peter 2:16. Don’t miss looking up this text.)


Egypt FM: Arab League will declare Palestinian state if peace talks fail


Haaretz reports: “The Arab League will turn to the United Nations Security Council to declare an independent Palestinian state if peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians do not bear fruit by September, Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit told the Egyptian daily al-Masry al-Youm.

According to the al-Masry al-Youm report, the Arab League decision was based on UNSC resolution 1515, which calls for regional Middle East peace, based on the two-state solution.

The Egyptian FM said in the interview that it was important to establish a Palestinian state at least in principle, while garnering international support for the main elements of a permanence peace deal with Israel…” (The real problem will be the division over Jerusalem which God’s Word mentions 930 times as belonging to the Jews as much as Mecca is the holy place for Muslims. This division is why World War III begins – Joel 3:2.)


‘Genocidal’ Israel will be put in its place – Chavez


Reuters reports: “Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez described Israel as a genocidal state that acted as an assassin for the United States, predicting the Middle East nation would one day be ‘put in its place.’

The socialist Chavez is a harsh critic of both Israel and the United States and cut relations with Israel after accusing it of ‘holocaust’ for its 2009 offensive in the Gaza Strip.

‘It has become the assassin arm of the United States, no one can doubt it. It is a threat to all of us,’ Chavez said, during a visit by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

Chavez said he supported a peaceful struggle for the return to Syria of the Golan Heights, captured by Israel in 1967.

‘The territory will one day return to the Syrian hands,’ Chavez said. ‘Of course we want it to be peaceful because we don’t want more war.’

‘But one day the genocidal state of Israel will be put into its place, and let’s hope that a really democratic state emerges there, with which we can share a path and ideas.’

Chavez did not offer further details of what putting Israel ‘in its place’ would entail…” (Chavez has recently dropped his democracy mask and in his hatred wants to help Iran destroy Israel as well as allow Russia to build a missile base in Venezuela to strike America.)


Israeli PM: Mideast Peace Deal Unlikely by 2012


Voice of America News reports: “Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he does not envision a negotiated Middle East peace settlement within the next two years, despite his Palestinian counterpart’s intention to set up the institutions for a state by 2011.

Mr. Netanyahu told U.S. television’s Fox News Sunday that a Palestinian state is possible, but that finalizing security arrangements and other issues will likely push the process beyond 2012.

Western-backed Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad, an American-educated economist, last year unveiled a government program to build the economic and legal infrastructure of a Palestinian state by 2011, regardless of progress in the stalled peace negotiations.

Mr. Netanyahu told his Cabinet that when he travels to Egypt for talks he plans to ask Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to help promote direct peace negotiations with the Palestinians.

The two leaders last met in early May in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, a few days before the start of the indirect peace talks – the first between Israel and the Palestinians in more than a year…” (The Bible predicts that the signing of a “peace contract” lasting seven years will be signed immediately after the Rapture – Revelation 4:1; II Thessalonians 2:3-8.)



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