Ahmadinejad: No Israel in New Middle East


ahmadinejadIranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad today called on Western powers not to “interfere” in the situation in Egypt and Tunisia and warned them to withdraw their support for Israel.

According to the Iranian leader, the recent developments in the Middle East will diminish the influence of the United States and Israel in the region.

In a speech marking the 32nd anniversary of the Islamic Revolution, Ahmadinejad turned to the West and said, “If you wish to modify your behavior and have other countries trust you, you must first of all avoid interfering in other countries, including Tunisia and Egypt, and let them make their own decisions.”

He called on young people in Arab countries to “be alert”. According to the Iranian president, “It’s their right to be free, it’s their right to express their opinion and pick their own type of regime and rulers.”

He added that Western powers “seek to portray themselves as friends of the countries in North Africa, but have malicious intentions.”

Ahmadinejad went on to say that the American and Israeli impact would be reduced following the changes in the region.

“In spite of all the satanic schemes, with the help of God and the people’s resistance, the new Middle East will turn into a region without the United States and the Zionist regime, and the arrogant powers will have no place in this Middle East. Soon, the entire world will experience the sweet taste of a world without Zionists and thugs.”

Hundreds of thousands of Iranians, chanting slogans supporting the Arab uprisings and denouncing the United States, marched towards a Tehran square Friday to mark the 32nd anniversary of the Islamic revolution which toppled the shah.  

Men, women and children, braving the cold and cloudy weather, were seen marching from several parts of Tehran towards Azadi Square (Freedom Square) where they were addressed by President Ahmadinejad.

“Egyptians, Tunisians, your uprisings are just and we are with you,” the crowds were heard chanting as they arrived at the square.

State television, which telecast the crowds live, said this year the government-organized rally would show solidarity with uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia, with crowds shouting: “Hosni Mubarak, ‘mubarak’ (congratulations) on the uprising of your people.”

Similar marches were taking place in provincial cities to mark the anniversary, a yearly rallying point for the Islamic regime.

The 1979 revolution toppled the monarchy of shah Mohammad Reza, a key US ally in the region. Diplomatic relations between Tehran and Washington were broken off soon after and remain so to this day.

“Death to America! Death to Israel!” chanted the crowd as they carried Iranian flags, banners and posters of Iranian revolutionary leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, who led the uprising against the shah, and of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the nation’s supreme leader.

{AP/Ynet/Matzav.com Newscenter}


  1. the “persians” [Mahmoud Ahmadinejad] are going to have a purim story all-over again for them. ha-ha!!!!!!!!!! the yidden win again- not spruising ant it???

  2. ” Don’t start none; won’t BE none!”
    If they even SEEM to be a threat to the holy land; we should take advantage of this chaos to push those borders back to MORE STRATEGICALLY INTELLIGENT ones. I personally LIKE the idea of from the NILE to the EUPHRATES river. This would be easy to defend. And would create a huge buffer zone for us in Israel. Do we KNOW, Israel WHERE Gilad Shalit is being held in the Gaza? Or is he still alive? Nuke them, Nuke them, Nuke them; because NOW Islamic Jihad, Hamas, Hezbollah have deep water ports. And they are a severe threat to Israel. Please Hashem, wake our leaders up…

  3. He’s complaining about the US hypocrisy in the ME? How about him pretending to support the revolution when Iran is perhaps an even worse dictatorship than Egypt? Ahmadinejad’s days are numbered. Next stop for the revolution: Iran.

  4. At the end of galus, it will look like they won. This has to happen before the Geulah.


    As to Number 1, I doubt it will be that easy but yes, interesting that it’s happening in Adar. Davendavendavendavendaven.

  5. The Parsha Shemini is about the completion of the inauguration of the Tabernacle. The number seven represents all things occurring within the natural construct of this finite world, while the number eight represents all things beyond nature, or infinity. According to Rashi, the eighth day was the day of re-establishing the eternal connection with the Almighty that we had lost when we stumbled and fumbled with the golden calf. Here at the beginning of this portion, we are witness to the momentous occasion of our reconciliation with our Creator, who is beyond all things natural and supernatural. Once Aaron had achieved atonement with the final offerings of the eighth day, the Shechina descended into full view and all of the people fell on their faces. G-d resumed His place among His people. Thus the Torah reminds us that we are a Holy people whose very existence as a nation is beyond nature. Therefore, the prime minister would do well to remember that G-d is the Guardian of Israel and that destroying Jewish homes gives the impression to our enemies that the Israeli government has abandoned the Jewish people who remained in Samaria leaving at the mercy of the Arab cutthroats. The only way to prevent more killing is for the Israeli politicians to back up the Jewish heroes who are establishing their homes on Jewish land in the face of Arab hatred and, worse yet, Israeli government apathy. More at http://moshesharon.wordpress.com