The Ayatollah blames mass street protests on «Zionist media»

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei blames «Zionist media» for the unrest in Iran. In particular what he called «Zionist radio», Israel’s official Persian language station.

Ruling by proxy, or just a ghost in the wall?
Ruling by proxy, or just a ghost in the wall?

«There are media outlets, some of which are affiliated to the Zionists, that are trying to give the impression that that there is a struggle between those who support the regime and those who oppose it. This is not true. They have no right to say this»,
Khamenei said.

In particular, he blamed «Zionist radio» a reference to Israel’s official Persian language station, for «planting doubts», about the election in the minds of Iranians. When Khamenei said the United Kingdom’s government was the «most treacherous» the crowd responded with chants of «Death to the UK, Israel and America.», Khamenei was making his address as part of Friday prayers at Tehran University.

Blaming the open mass defiance against his hard-line clerical regime on Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Friday appealed for calm to return to the streets of Tehran. The streets have been jammed with daily street rallies protesting the theft of the presidential election one week ago.

«Today the Iranian nation needs calm», Khamenei said in his first address to the nation since the protests broke out. The supreme leader insisted there was a «definitive victory» by incumbent president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and that no vote rigging occurred in the disputed balloting that has set off days of unprecedented unrest. Khamenei offered no concessions to supporters of rival candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi, who are demanding the elections be canceled and held over.

Khamenei praised the Iranian people for the high voter turnout in last week’s presidential elections, while blaming Israel and Great Britain, among others, for the ensuing unrest.

Source: ICEJ.org.

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My comment:

The rhetorics of Iran and Nazi-Germany are much the same. The Nazi-leader Adolf Hitler was of the same opinion as the Ayatollah. The real problem is not that hate within us, but the Jewish people.

The European leaders have falsely claimed that they did not know the true motives behind Hitlers «peace plans» for Europe and the World. But already in 1922, Hitler told us what he intended to do. «Killing the Jews».

Hitler’s Conversation with Josef Hell, 1922

When Hell asked Hitler what he intended doing if he ever had full freedom of action against the Jews, his response was:

“If I am ever really in power, the destruction of the Jews will be my first and most important job. As soon as I have power, I shall have gallows after gallows erected, for example, in Munich on the Marienplatz-as many of them as traffic allows. Then the Jews will be hanged one after another, and they will stay hanging until they stink. They will stay hanging as long as hygienically possible. As soon as they are untied, then the next group will follow and that will continue until the last Jew in Munich is exterminated. Exactly the same procedure will be followed in other cities until Germany is cleansed of the last Jew!” (quoted in John Toland, Adolf Hitler. London: Book Club Associates, 1977, p.116)

The Holocaust was a result of ignorance and denial of the facts that Hitler had told Europe in advance about it. Iran also tells us what they intend to do, when they get their hands on a nuclear bomb. Destroy Israel!

7 thoughts on “The Ayatollah blames mass street protests on «Zionist media»

  1. Dear Zayzayem.

    You wrote:

    Why does Israel need a Persian language station if not for propoganda purposes?

    Very simple:

    There are 75.000 Iranian Jews living in Israel, all expelled from Iran after 1948. There are also 100.000 Iranian Jews living in exile in the USA.

    Israel have been so kind to them, making a radio station which sends news and features in their own native language.

    You see. Not all Jews speaks Hebrew.

    Muslims in Iran can also tune into this radio.

  2. Thanks for the response. I thought there might be an explanation along these lines.

    If it is designed for an Iranian-exile population, does that make less likely or more likeley to be unfreindly to the Iranian government?

  3. Dear Zayzayem.

    I have never heard this radio, and I dont speak Persian. But what I know, is that the Iranian leadership censors Iranian Media. They do also block websites on Internet like Youtube.com and Facebook.com.

    We have to ask our selves why?

    Should not the Iranians be allowed to search for the truth for them selves?

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