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Sunday, May 14, 2006

Please level with us about "Emir" Ahmadinejad

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President Bush please level with the American people about "Emir" Ahmadinejad.

Ahmadinejad is not referred to "Emir" out of any kind of perverted respect; Ahmadinejad actually believes his is going to usher in the Khalifatullah (caliph of Allah).

Unfortunately the Dhimmis of the world community are trying hard not to become targets. How little do they know that they are the targets. Not long ago Ahmadinejad was simply thought of as a crackpot radical. However, since he was elected into office, Ahmadinejad has slowly gaining traction in the Global Village.

Madeline Albright and all the other kool-aide drinkers seem to think that they can make peace with Ahmadinejad through appeasement and diplomacy. Ask his own people, many who are oppressed and in dire straits, what they think of him. Ahmadinejad is very complex and will be extremely dangerous within the next decade. In April 2006, The UK Telegraph published an article about Ahmadinejad's ambitions, The Frightening Truth of why Iran wants a bomb by Amir Taheri:

Last Monday, just before he announced that Iran had gate crashed "the nuclear club", President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad disappeared for several hours. He was having a "khalvat" with the Hidden Imam, the 12th and last of the imams of Shiism who went into "grand occultation" in 941.

According to Shia lore, the Imam is a messianic figure who, although in hiding, remains the true Sovereign of the World. In every generation, the Imam chooses 36 men, (and, for obvious reasons, no women) naming them the owtad or "nails", whose presence, hammered into mankind's existence, prevents the universe from "falling off". Although the "nails" are not known to common mortals, it is, at times, possible to identify one thanks to his deeds. It is on that basis that some of Ahmadinejad's more passionate admirers insist that he is a "nail", a claim he has not discouraged. For example, he has claimed that last September, as he addressed the United Nations' General Assembly in New York, the "Hidden Imam drenched the place in a sweet light". Link to the source: The Frightening Truth......

One should sees that Ahmadinejad believes himself to be either "The Caller" or may be the one who will usher in "The Caller." Ahmadinejad believes he is on a mission from Allah. Last September Ahmadinejad told the mullahs, that as he addressed the United Nations' General Assembly in New York, the "Hidden Imam drenched the place in a sweet light"

And listen for the Day when the Caller will call out from a place quite near. The Day when they will hear a (mighty) Blast in Truth: That will be the Day of Resurrection. . . .We know best what they say; And thou are not one to overawe them by force. So admonish with the Qur'an such as fear My Warning! Source: Surah 50:41-45 Qaf (Abdullah Yusuf Ali, The Holy Qur'an, Amana Corporation, 1989.)
One must stay focused on Ahmadinejad's bizarre speeches. To illustrate Ahmadinejad's delusions of grandeur, lets look in al-Muntazar magazine:

Imam Mahdi (as): The Only Path to Global Security Again, the world is paying for
its deeds. Widespread global unrest, murders, killings, plunder, pillage, confusion, commotion, shortages and scarcities in the market, high prices of commodities, unreliability, straitening of sustenance, etc. are all results and consequences of human vices and misdeeds. Allah the Almighty has drawn the attention of man towards this stark reality in the Holy Qur'an long back. "Mischief is manifest in the land and the sea for what the people have earned." (Surah Rome (30), Verse 41)
The return of the Mahdi constitutes the most frequent prediction of the imams. Al-Kultani and Al-Nu'mani consecrated an entire chapter and Ibn Babunye passed down in thirteen chapters the predictions of the Prophet, Fatima and of the eleven imams on the subject of the Twelfth imam. One begins to see a correlation between Ahmadinejad's rants and these revelations from al-Muntazar Magazine.

Next time you hear Albright or one of the other political pundits give their opinions regarding Ahmadinejad, be skeptical and concerned. These pundits, whom we elect or appoint to protect us, do not understand the gravity of the situation. They, the political pundits, want to keep President Bush off balance and want their powerbase back, at any cost. And, Ahmadinejad wants to establish the Khalifatullah as promised in the Qur'an.

It will take every option at our disposal to gain control of the situation. War may not be the answer, perhaps regime change by the people may be the answer. However, if preemptive measures must be taken, that option need to remain on the table. The decisions are going to be difficult and may be painful. But, our own leader must be honest with the people and be decisive if the situation develops.

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