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Friday, January 19, 2007

Friday Sermon From Iran

Substitute Friday prayers leader of Tehran Ayatollah Mohammad Emami Kashani,

“warned against the US and UK attempts to divide Shiites and Sunnis and said the world, including the Middle East and Muslim world, have become growingly aware.”


"Unity between Shiites and Sunnis should be real, from bottom of their hearts and for the sake of God; and it should not be geo-politically and economically motivated"

I couldn’t agree more. Amazing that the U.S. says one thing (we want unity, peace), yet practice just the opposite; using the “a page from the Bush Political Playbook.” I guess the evil Bush-devil is only interested in crushing Islam and controlling Middle Eastern oil.

Odd that anything Tehran accuses the West of is something they, themselves are heavily involved in. Kashani calls for non-interference between Shiites and Sunnis, yet Michael Ledeen says:

We have arrested officers from the Quds Force of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard in Baghdad and Irbil, apparently with considerable documentation of the mullahs’ support for both Sunni and Shiite terrorists.”

So much for unity….

See Rightwing Guy’s post, “Al-Sadr and the Mahdi Army Are Going Down!” to read how one of Tehran’s beneficiaries may be affected by the surge.

Also visit Regime Change Iran for daily news (posting a little slowly recently), on Momo Ahmadinejad and the Mullahs.


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