Ahmadinejad under fire from Iran's cl...

Ahmadinejad under fire from Iran's clerics

There are 34 comments on the news.scotsman.com story from May 8, 2008, titled Ahmadinejad under fire from Iran's clerics. In it, news.scotsman.com reports that:

Iran's president has alarmed the nation's conservative clerics with remarks suggesting he believes a mystical Shiite religious leader backs his government.

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who came to power in 2005 with the votes of Iran's religious poor, has in the past courted controversy for his public devotion to the return of the 12th Imam, a figure he regularly refers to in speeches.

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Since: Mar 08

Long Beach, CA

#24 May 12, 2008
Note to the babbling boob of iran----

You should NOT be doing the drugs you provide to the masses.

It causes confusion in your own mind and proves without a doubt that you really are the idiot that you truly are!

But then again, most islam/muslims are just babbling boob fools anyway!

But get real for a while, and lay off the poppy seeds!

Since: Feb 07

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#25 May 12, 2008
Help China

“French Cocoa Party”

Since: Jan 08

Keynesian Fields

#26 May 12, 2008
When Do We Discuss Truth wrote:
Note to the babbling boob of iran----
You should NOT be doing the drugs you provide to the masses.
It causes confusion in your own mind and proves without a doubt that you really are the idiot that you truly are!
But then again, most islam/muslims are just babbling boob fools anyway!
But get real for a while, and lay off the poppy seeds!
They were in the muffins, he couldn't help it.

“French Cocoa Party”

Since: Jan 08

Keynesian Fields

#27 May 12, 2008
RayOne wrote:
Help China
Was that "Help , China" or "Help China" ?

Since: Sep 07

Dublin

#28 May 14, 2008
Jones wrote:
The radical Islamic Iranian regime’s ‘head of the snake’ Ahmadinajad is clearly ‘out of his mind’ and believing that he need to bring the 12th Imam by using his nukes for killing the Jews and creating chaos all over the Middle East.
The apocalyptic Ahmadinajad is financing and arming his Islamic terrorist fanatic and brutal suicide bombers of Hezbollah in Lebanon, Hamas & Islamic Jihad in Gaza and The Mehdi Army, The Iranian Revolutionary Guards Quds in Iraq with the windfall of oil revenues outrages prices.
In addition Ahmadinajad is running amok to get nukes and dirty bombs to the hands of his Islamic terrorists all over the Middle East.
With President Bush failure to react to the Iranian aggression and his weak acting like a lame duck, the Iranian regime is extending its attacks in Iraq, Lebanon, Gaza and the West Bank among others and extending his rule over the Middle East is increasing by the day.
With the 'soon to come' nukes and dirty bombs ‘with the 12th Imam help’, nobody will be able to stop Ahmadinajad from taking over Iraq and its oil fields and the entire Middle East and its oil fields including destroying the Jewish state.
It is no wonder that the Iranian cleric’s feels that Ahmadinajad is a religious Shiite madman who lost control and is pushing Iranian people 'off the cliff', leading to an all-out war in the Middle East.
Ahmadinajad who is still supported by the apocalyptic Ayatollah Khumenie who believe that he is too related to 'the 12th Imam', claimed recently that he had a ‘particular relationship with the Imam’ saying that "Iran has become nuclear before the infidel American eyes, despite their will… We behold the hands of Imam," Ahmadinajad blamed President Bush and US troops saying that “They have come to take oil, loot the region, but …They are aware that something is about to happen in this region. A holy hand is about to come and uproot cruelty in the world".
It is time for President Bush to wake up and open his eyes and realize that as leader of the free world he is letting the entire free world down leading to WWIII by closing his eyes and neglecting the Iranian madness.
Iran is not the problem American nepotism towards Israel is. America has been acting as a big brother to Israel and this must end. WEAPONS SANCTIONS MUST BE IMPOSED ON ISRAEL.

Israel a population of 4 million is treated like Brazil or India or China in the world. America's pro Israeli lobby is causing the problem in the mid east. They want Pax American and Pax Persia to fight it out for supremacy of the world's oil supply. People like you who want this. You are nothing but war mongers wanting attention.

“French Cocoa Party”

Since: Jan 08

Keynesian Fields

#29 May 15, 2008
europa wrote:
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Iran is not the problem American nepotism towards Israel is. America has been acting as a big brother to Israel and this must end. WEAPONS SANCTIONS MUST BE IMPOSED ON ISRAEL.
Israel a population of 4 million is treated like Brazil or India or China in the world. America's pro Israeli lobby is causing the problem in the mid east. They want Pax American and Pax Persia to fight it out for supremacy of the world's oil supply. People like you who want this. You are nothing but war mongers wanting attention.
Competing ideas usually lead to disagreements.
Do you agree?

Since: Sep 07

Dublin

#30 May 15, 2008
arbitrageur wrote:
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Competing ideas usually lead to disagreements.
Do you agree?
Only by challenging ideas can a nation create new opportunities and provided their are safe guards that prevent violence or war then a realistic compromise can be made.

Since: Oct 06

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#31 May 15, 2008
europa wrote:
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Only by challenging ideas can a nation create new opportunities and provided their are safe guards that prevent violence or war then a realistic compromise can be made.
So, it's ONLY the US that is the problem?

Iran's power grab in the Middle East is just fiction? Amhad and his Mullah handlers are just angels without wings?
Abu Jassem

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#32 May 15, 2008
Trisha wrote:
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So, it's ONLY the US that is the problem?
Iran's power grab in the Middle East is just fiction? Amhad and his Mullah handlers are just angels without wings?
I guess you can say that again!

Since: Feb 07

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#33 May 16, 2008
When Ahmadinejad first appeared in the western media, he looked like Perot, I was counting the days until his 'tank' moment. To my surprise he has become more like Putin, the handlers should keep the food tasters on stand by.

“French Cocoa Party”

Since: Jan 08

Keynesian Fields

#34 May 16, 2008
europa wrote:
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Only by challenging ideas can a nation create new opportunities and provided their are safe guards that prevent violence or war then a realistic compromise can be made.
I would agree. Perhaps Palestine can challenge the ideas of old, become independent, create many new opportunities, provide safeguards for unproductive violence, and move on.

They shouldn't compromise with independence, however, I think they should declare it now, let the lawyers clean up the details.

Since: Sep 07

Dublin

#35 May 16, 2008
Trisha wrote:
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So, it's ONLY the US that is the problem?
Iran's power grab in the Middle East is just fiction? Amhad and his Mullah handlers are just angels without wings?
Iran is a Nationalistic Theocracy but it does have the right to be a power. It has the population,resources Shiite religion and history to validate itself as a power as much as Russia and China.

Iran is border by Afghanistan and Iraq both invaded by America and a nuclear pro American Pakistan, India is also a nuclear power near Iran. Iranians have reasons to be fearful. US fleet in the gulf ready to attack. Iran should be treated right and if so could become a real ally of the west.

“French Cocoa Party”

Since: Jan 08

Keynesian Fields

#36 May 16, 2008
europa wrote:
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Iran is a Nationalistic Theocracy but it does have the right to be a power. It has the population,resources Shiite religion and history to validate itself as a power as much as Russia and China.
Iran is border by Afghanistan and Iraq both invaded by America and a nuclear pro American Pakistan, India is also a nuclear power near Iran. Iranians have reasons to be fearful. US fleet in the gulf ready to attack. Iran should be treated right and if so could become a real ally of the west.
So the U.S surrounded Iran?

Isn't that the main reason we invaded Iraq?

Since: Feb 07

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#37 May 18, 2008
RayOne wrote:
When Ahmadinejad first appeared in the western media, he looked like Perot, I was counting the days until his 'tank' moment. To my surprise he has become more like Putin, the handlers should keep the food tasters on stand by.
Correction, Dukakas was the one I was thinking of.

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