Iranian President Mixed Up

The Iranian President A-man-named-jihad said this about Israel:

“The Zionists think that they are victims of Hitler, but they act like Hitler and behave worse than Genghis Khan,”

President Jihad said that Hitler never killed a bunch of Jews. So, if Hitler was not a mass murderer, what exactly is meant by his statement. If he was trying to say that Jews kill a lot of innocent people like Hitler did then he is admitting that Hitler killed the Jews. If he still believes that Hitler was not a mass murderer then he is saying the Jews are not as well.

It is interesting to see that Jihad learned from John Kerry “..in a manner reminiscent of Jenjis[sic] Khan.” Kerry still helping out the enemy. What a guy.

Source:
The Jerusalem Post



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3 Responses to “Iranian President Mixed Up”

  1. Bosun says:

    Big Dog,
    Excellent post. To the point. Jihad, Bin Laden, the late al-Zarqawi and the rest of the islamos speeches have a lot of left wing talking points. Parts of their speeches sound like Dean, Biden, Reid, Kerry, Murtha, and the rest. The jihadists and islamists are quick learning and are trying to exploit media.

    Wish the Dems would figure it out and knock of the hype.

  2. Bosun says:

    One additional thing, As the Iranian President, A-man-named-jihad (pronounciation), spouted his BS, Sa’d Al-Hariri was critical of Hezbollah. Here is an interesting quote that is not being carried by the left wing MSM: There Should Be a Reckoning With the Adventurers who Embroiled Lebanon in the Crisis (talking about Hezbollah and Hamas)

    In an interview with the Saudi government daily Okaz, Sa’d Al-Hariri, chairman of the Al-Mustaqbal party, said: “The recent position [taken by] the [Saudi] kingdom is rational and is characterized by political acumen… In its declaration [i.e. its criticism of Hizbullah and Iran], the [Saudi] kingdom said the whole truth. These adventurers [i.e. Hizbullah] have placed us in a difficult situation because of their irresponsibility, and in fact, the Saudi position [presented] the present situation as it really is… We support this stance because we are fed up with the exaggerations and the slogans… which ultimately brought about the destruction of the Lebanese infrastructure and the murder of innocent Lebanese. We demand a reckoning with these adventurers who embroiled Lebanon in a crisis it does not need. The truth must be stated even if it is painful and difficult, as it was stated by [Foreign Minister] Saud Al-Faysal in his speech at the Cairo [Arab foreign ministers] meeting…

    “…Lebanon has been embroiled in a war, and we do not know how it will end. [Those responsible] did not consult anybody, and did not coordinate [this] with the government… We do not want the continuation of this destruction…”

    Regarding the Arab rift [that emerged] in the meeting, he said: “The position of the [Saudi] kingdom, Egypt, Jordan, and the Gulf states was positive, and those hypocrites [i.e. Syria and Iran] calling for battle, are in fact the people most distant from this struggle. They want to bring the region into an all-out war…”(6)(6)Okaz (Saudi Arabic), July 17, 2006.

    You can read the latest at MEMRI.

  3. Big Dog says:

    Very interesting indeed, Bosun.
    Thanks for printing what the MSM fails to report. It helps when we are all on the look out for these things.

    I am glad we are all part of the same team.