Israel's end is near, Ahmadinejad says

Israel's end is near, Ahmadinejad says

There are 38083 comments on the Worcester Telegram & Gazette story from Jun 4, 2007, titled Israel's end is near, Ahmadinejad says. In it, Worcester Telegram & Gazette reports that:

TEHRAN, Iran- Iran's hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad yesterday said the world would witness the destruction of Israel soon, the official Islamic Republic News Agency reported.

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w wman uk

Glasgow, UK

#40866 Jan 15, 2014
susanblange wrote:
<quoted text>You are mocking the wrong person. I would suggest you know what you're talking about before you start spewing ridicule at someone you know nothing about. The fulfilled prophecies are way too many to even start to talk about. VWD Day is next when all my enemies burst into flames. Psalm 37:20, 97:3. Don't count yourself among them. You are blaspheming God and that is a deadly sin.
So we shall wait till April the first and see you dissapeare ?
The hatefull crap you posted about Jesus rightly deserves ridicule.

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#40867 Jan 16, 2014
w wman uk wrote:
<quoted text> So we shall wait till April the first and see you dissapeare ?
The hatefull crap you posted about Jesus rightly deserves ridicule.
Jesus is my enemy and I have nothing good to say about him. At one time we were friends but that changed when he stole from me and committed false witness against me in court. False witness and sinning against Gods person are deadly sins. There is a prophecy about him that calls him "the reincarnation of an idol". When I was told that prophecy, I thought it was Buddha. It's not, it's Jesus. I also used to call him Jesus, just in jest because he looks just like him (whatever that is) I told him who he is and he's in Tel Aviv right now. He's the leader of the "sons of darkness" and this time he will burst into flames and go to hell. Ezekiel 28:18.
MUQ

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

#40868 Jan 16, 2014
Can any one suggest a "proper asylum" to take good and long time care of our Friend Susan?

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#40869 Jan 16, 2014
MUQ wrote:
Can any one suggest a "proper asylum" to take good and long time care of our Friend Susan?
Psalm 38:7, Psalm 41:8, Job 30:18.

Since: Nov 12

Elk Grove, CA

#40871 Jan 16, 2014
MUQ wrote:
Can any one suggest a "proper asylum" to take good and long time care of our Friend Susan?
What would mo do?
w wmanuk

Birmingham, UK

#40873 Jan 17, 2014
susanblange wrote:
<quoted text>Jesus is my enemy and I have nothing good to say about him. At one time we were friends but that changed when he stole from me and committed false witness against me in court. False witness and sinning against Gods person are deadly sins. There is a prophecy about him that calls him "the reincarnation of an idol". When I was told that prophecy, I thought it was Buddha. It's not, it's Jesus. I also used to call him Jesus, just in jest because he looks just like him (whatever that is) I told him who he is and he's in Tel Aviv right now. He's the leader of the "sons of darkness" and this time he will burst into flames and go to hell. Ezekiel 28:18.
You need to date one of our prievious posters ratodour with him being as mad a a frog and you being nuttier than a nut log you should get on . only problen is we havent heard from him lately probably sectioned under the mental health act. If he could get over his homosexiality you two could be soul mates?
w wmanuk

Birmingham, UK

#40874 Jan 17, 2014
mjjcpa wrote:
Is the anti-Christ in the White House? Does he ride a pale horse?
Do youmean Barry?
w wmanuk

Birmingham, UK

#40875 Jan 17, 2014
MUQ wrote:
(Un)holy River
Israeli Palestinian "Peace Talks" Based on a False Premise
By Uri Avnery'
(Contd.)
As for warning stations, they can be located in my apartment in Tel Aviv. The 100 or so kilometers from here to the Jordan will make no difference.
The same goes for other “security concerns”, such as keeping warning stations in the West Bank.
The American general will listen politely and be hard put not to burst out laughing.
TODAY, THE Jordan valley is practically Arab-free. From time to time the few remaining Palestinians are mistreated by the army, in order to convince them to go away.
There are several Jewish settlements along the valley, put there by the Labor Party when it was still in power. The inhabitants don’t employ labor from the neighboring Palestinian villages, but cheaper and more efficient workers from Thailand.
The very hot climate – the entire valley lies below sea level – allows for the growing of tropical fruit.
The only remaining Palestinian township is Jericho, a green oasis, the lowest town on earth. The Palestinian chief negotiator, Sa’eb Erekat, lives there (though in 1948 his father was the leader of the Palestinian fighters of Abu Dis, now a suburb in annexed East Jerusalem.) Sometimes the participants in Kerry’s “peace negotiations” meet there. Erekat, a nice person I used to meet at demonstrations, is in a state of resignation – in both senses.
ASSUMING FOR a moment that the general convinces Netanyahu that his security plan is wonderful and solves all our military problems, what difference would it make?
None whatsoever.
Instead, other “concerns” would come to the fore. There is an inexhaustible supply.
The same goes for the other story that fills Israel’s newspapers and TV programs these days: the expulsion of the Bedouins in the Negev.
The Bedouins have inhabited that Sinai-Negev desert since times immemorial. Ancient Egyptian stone paintings show their characteristic beards (the same beard I brought home from the 1948 war, after fighting in the Negev).
During the first years of Israel, entire Bedouin
tribes were displaced and expelled. The pretexts sound eerily familiar: to forestall an Egyptian attack from the south.
The real reason was, of course, to get them off their land and replace them with Jewish settlers. US history buffs will be reminded of the treatment of the native Americans. The Army (our army) conducted several major operations, but the Bedouins are multiplying at a ferocious rate, and now they are back up to a quarter of a million.
Being Bedouins, they live dispersed with their goats over large areas. The government is trying (again) to get them out. The bureaucrats want to “Judaize” the Negev (while trying at the same time to “Judaize” the Galilee). But they are also inimical to the idea that such a relatively small number of people is occupying such large tracts of land, even barren land.
Planners in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv are drawing up all kinds of schemes to concentrate the Bedouins in townships, contrary to their traditional way of life. On paper, the plans look reasonable. In reality, they are designed to achieve the same as the plans for the Jordan valley: take land away from the Arabs and turn it over to Jewish settlers.
Call it Zionist, nationalist or racist, it is hardly an attitude conducive to peace. That should be the real concern of John Kerry and John Allen.
Sking on post mug again mug?
Gray

Colonial Heights, VA

#40876 Jan 17, 2014
FAWNING FASCIST FLAMER SEZ:
RiccardoFire wrote:
<quoted text>Remembering Ariel Sharon -- a great man who defied stereotypes......Loved and despised – as great men so often are – Ariel Sharon was a polite bulldozer, a warrior-peacemaker, an avuncular tyrant, a bundle of contradictions.“The Lion of Israel.” The “Butcher of Beirut.” He defied stereotypes.
Whether Israelis admired or reviled him, Sharon, Israel’s 11th prime minister and greatest military strategist, accomplished things that no other Israeli leader can claim and shaped his country’s geographic and political boundaries as has no other Israeli leader since Ben Gurion.
As a military commander in the 1967 “Six Day” war, he helped save Israel by capturing the Sinai from Egyptian forces in a series of stunning maneuvers.......
The rational and ethical element of the Planet will remember him for the Genocidal & sadistic, "Pure Race" monster he was.

Your crush on this sociopath and delusions about him as: "greatest military strategist, accomplished things that no other Israeli leader can claim " are belied in the views of other witnesses to Israel's long planned '67 Land Grab:

“Begin’s Admission in 1982 That Israel Started Three of Its Wars”
http://www.wrmea.com/backissues/0794/9407073....

“It was 12 years ago when Prime Minister Menachem Begin admitted in public that Israel had fought three wars in which it had a "choice," meaning Israel started the wars. Begin's admission came in a speech delivered on Aug. 8, 1982, before the Israeli National Defense College. His purpose was to defuse mounting criticism of Israel's invasion of Lebanon, which had begun two months earlier on June 5 and was clearly one of Israel's wars of "choice." The others were in 1956 and 1967.” CONTINUED

AND

And Sharon was complicit in a Kissinger negotiated "Arab Attack" in 1973 to grab MORE Arab Land:

“Israel Busted Again”&#8232; http://www.veteranstoday.com/2012/02/27/wikil... ;“The jist of it is that Kissinger had them pretend to go to war so that they could all secretly plot against Syria, whose army was destroyed.”

“Kissinger wants Israel to know: The U.S. saved you during the 1973 war”
http://www.haaretz.com/weekend/week-s-end/.pr...
EXCERPT “ Henry A. Kissinger reluctantly submits himself to a rare interview for an Israeli television documentary called 'The Avoidable War,' on the 40th anniversary of the Yom Kippur War.” CONTINUED

Israel's very Raison de etre has "always been:

"Our strategy was always to provoke the Arabs and get an appropriate response so we could attack and smash them".
[Israeli General Moshe Daylan]

Sharon's enthusiastic glee in the slaughter of unarmed & innocent civilians is documented by independent Red Cross officials as well


So, we have the words of Red Cross officials, eyewitnesses, planners and participants in these Wars of Aggression against your unctuous fantasies.

Whom would any rational person believe?

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PS: Enjoy his unwashed bedpan collection.
Gray

Colonial Heights, VA

#40877 Jan 17, 2014
w wmanuk wrote:
<quoted text> Sking on post mug again mug?
Still incapable of an articulate response?

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Our glut of Hasbarats are incapable of defending the indefensible criminality of their Zionist enclave so they're left with only, Off-Topic, simple minded one liners.

Israeli leaders, themelves have stated the futility of making Peace with the Zionist entity (Israel is not a legal "State)

”If I were an Arab leader I would never make terms with Israel. That is natural, we have taken their country.”
David Ben-Gurion (1886-1973), first Prime Minister of Israel

"I would have joined a terrorist organization." -- Ehud Barak's response to
Gideon Levy, a columnist for the Ha'aretz newspaper, when Barak was asked
what he would have done if he had been born a Palestinian.

"We have to kill all the Palestinians unless they are resigned to live here as
slaves." Chairman Heilbrun of the Committee for the Re-election of General
Shlomo Lahat as mayor of Tel Aviv, 1983.

So, peace must come from outside pressure; certainly not AIPAC's owned & operated US Government but by Russia, Global pressure and ostracism, BDS etc.
Ratloder

Naugatuck, CT

#40879 Jan 17, 2014
Gray wrote:
MORE CANNED SPAM FROM HITLER JR
Go away, Old Man. We're sick of your nonsense. You need a shrink so that the first thing you think of when you roll off your cot is not killing a Jew. Phony Jew Hating POS. Are your ankles itchy? Could be shingles. Let's hope. A-Hole
w wmanuk

Abingdon, UK

#40883 Jan 18, 2014
Gray wrote:
<quoted text>
Still incapable of an articulate response?
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Our glut of Hasbarats are incapable of defending the indefensible criminality of their Zionist enclave so they're left with only, Off-Topic, simple minded one liners.
Israeli leaders, themelves have stated the futility of making Peace with the Zionist entity (Israel is not a legal "State)
”If I were an Arab leader I would never make terms with Israel. That is natural, we have taken their country.”
David Ben-Gurion (1886-1973), first Prime Minister of Israel
"I would have joined a terrorist organization." -- Ehud Barak's response to
Gideon Levy, a columnist for the Ha'aretz newspaper, when Barak was asked
what he would have done if he had been born a Palestinian.
"We have to kill all the Palestinians unless they are resigned to live here as
slaves." Chairman Heilbrun of the Committee for the Re-election of General
Shlomo Lahat as mayor of Tel Aviv, 1983.
So, peace must come from outside pressure; certainly not AIPAC's owned & operated US Government but by Russia, Global pressure and ostracism, BDS etc.
Still taking the arab sausage and spouting lies and B/S ???????
w wmanuk

Abingdon, UK

#40884 Jan 18, 2014
Russia a peacemaker when they supply nuclear tec to arsholla twelvers?
MUQ

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

#40885 Jan 18, 2014
Gray wrote:
<quoted text>
Still incapable of an articulate response?
----------
Our glut of Hasbarats are incapable of defending the indefensible criminality of their Zionist enclave so they're left with only, Off-Topic, simple minded one liners.
Israeli leaders, themelves have stated the futility of making Peace with the Zionist entity (Israel is not a legal "State)
”If I were an Arab leader I would never make terms with Israel. That is natural, we have taken their country.”
David Ben-Gurion (1886-1973), first Prime Minister of Israel
"I would have joined a terrorist organization." -- Ehud Barak's response to
Gideon Levy, a columnist for the Ha'aretz newspaper, when Barak was asked
what he would have done if he had been born a Palestinian.
You are right brother.
"We have to kill all the Palestinians unless they are resigned to live here as
slaves." Chairman Heilbrun of the Committee for the Re-election of General
Shlomo Lahat as mayor of Tel Aviv, 1983.
So, peace must come from outside pressure; certainly not AIPAC's owned & operated US Government but by Russia, Global pressure and ostracism, BDS etc.
You are right brother
Jewish Allah

Shelter Island, NY

#40886 Jan 19, 2014
PFuck Iran. Let's bomb these Scumbags back to the Stone Age!
Uzi

Herzliya, Israel

#40887 Jan 19, 2014
Jewish Allah wrote:
PFuck Iran. Let's bomb these Scumbags back to the Stone Age!
Possible or mission impossible?????

http://www.timesofisrael.com/israel-destroyed...

Since: Nov 12

Elk Grove, CA

#40888 Jan 19, 2014
MUQ wrote:
<quoted text>
You are right brother
What would mo do with his child wife?
w wmanuk

Liverpool, UK

#40889 Jan 19, 2014
Jewish Allah wrote:
PFuck Iran. Let's bomb these Scumbags back to the Stone Age!
A lot of them are aready there thanks to islamic governance.
MUQ

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

#40890 Jan 19, 2014
RiccardoFire wrote:
<quoted text>What would mo do with his child wife?
Have you nothing else to think? You spend your whole life thinking about it? Go and see some shrink to cure you.
MUQ

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

#40891 Jan 19, 2014
http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/arti...

Noam Chomsky: U.S. used to have people killed for practicing what Pope Francis preaches

By Travis Gettys

December 12, 2013 "Information Clearing House - "Raw Story" - The United States waged a decades-long war against Catholics who practiced the teachings that got Pope Francis named as Time magazine’s person of the year, said political philosopher Noam Chomsky.

He said that the 1962 Vatican II conference had restored the Gospels to the Roman Catholic Church for the first time since the 4th Century, when the Roman Empire took over Christianity as its official religion, and this had a profound effect on religious leaders in Latin America.

Chomsky said in an interview last week with social justice activist Abel Collins that priests or lay people set up groups with Latin American peasants to read the Gospels and encourage them to demand more rights from the region’s military dictatorships – which became known as liberation theology.

“There is a reason why Christians were persecuted the first three centuries,” Chomsky said.“The Gospels are radical – it’s a radical text – that’s a basically radical pacifism with its preferential option for the poor.”

He said liberation theology’s practitioners were systematically martyred over more than 20 years by U.S.-backed forces to prevent Latin American nations from installing socialist governments to benefit their own people, rather than American interests.

“The U.S. went to war (and) fought a bitter, brutal, violent war against the church,” Chomsky said.“If we had a free press that’s the way they’d present it.”

He said the U.S. supported the “overthrow of governments and institution of neo-Nazi-style dictatorships” as part of a war that finally ended in 1989 with the murder of six Jesuits and two women at the University of Central America by Salvadoran troops.

Chomsky said those troops had received training by the U.S. at the Kennedy School of Counterinsurgency Warfare and acted on official orders from the Salvadoran command, which was close to the U.S. embassy.

“I don’t have to attribute this to the government,” he said.“It accepts this, the School of the Americas, which trains Latin American officers – killers, basically – one of its talking points is that the U.S. Army helped defeat liberation theology.”

Pope Francis, an Argentine Jesuit, has made symbolic gestures to welcome liberation theology back to the church after years of condemnation for its political aspirations by popes John Paul II and Benedict XVI.

His recent Evangelii Gadium, or Joy of the Gospel, was viewed by many as an attack on capitalism and free-market economics, but Chomsky said that so far the pope had not put his words into action.

“I like the fact that the tone has shifted,(and) there’s more, better words about social justice, but we have to see if it crosses the point where it leads to, say, organizing people to insist on their rights and to pursue the path of preferential option for the poor,(to) take the Gospels seriously,” Chomsky said.“If it gets to that point, then I think we’d see the same reaction.”

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