Ali Khamenei Twitter Screen Capture: “9 key questions about the elimination of Israel”
Ted Belman of Israpundit cross posted an Algemeiner post this should be used in Congress to show one of many probable reasons America can’t trust the paper Iran signed to honor a nuke deal ensuring peace in the 21st century. I wonder where in history in the 20th century the world heard a similar thought.
At any rate the Algemeiner staff write about Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has written some kind of book entitled “Palestine” in which he outlines the destruction of Israel. Ironically the plan doesn’t (at least openly) refer to nuke warheads but rather to numerous tedious attacks that wear down Jews so much they simply immigrate out of Israel to find a safer life. In case you don’t realize it, a small nuke warhead can be designed that does not entail the destruction of massive amounts of land. It is entirely possible to utilize a limited impact warhead strike.
New ‘Khamenei’ Book Outlines Slow, Painful Strategy to Destroy Israel
By ALGEMEINER Staff
Posted by Ted Belman
August 3, 2015 3:43 pm
Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei outlined his excruciating and patient strategy to annihilate the State of Israel in a new volume entitled “Palestine,” New York-based think tank the Gatestone Institute revealed last week.
Rather than wiping Israel off the map through conventional warfare, Khamenei recommends an everlasting chain of low-intensity attacks that will ultimately make life unbearable for Israelis, who would largely respond, the supreme leader hypothesizes, by packing their bags and relocating themselves out of the country.
Ultimately, the international community would address the conflict whereby some mechanism would be implemented that transforms the “cancerous tumor” of Israel and, ostensibly, the Palestinian controlled territories into another single entity under Muslim rule where the Jews who cannot prove “genuine roots” in their old home country would have to leave and the rest would have to remain as a “protected minority” in the new state of Palestine. The Gatestone Institute, which obtained a copy of the 416-page edition, did not explain the criteria necessary to prove “genuine roots.”
The supreme leader’s top three reasons for wanting to destroy the Jewish state include: its occupation of Jerusalem, its unflagging belligerence against Muslims and its intimate relationship with the “Great Satan,” the United States.
Khamenei also argues that if Jews would begin to leave Israel as a result of sustained and growing threats, the U.S. may withdraw its support for the Jewish State.
Lucky for Khamenei, President Barack Obama is already responsible for a massive rupture in U.S.-Israeli relations, the worst in a decade according to the Gatestone Institute.
In the new book, Khamenei also abhors the fact that the Jewish state was established on lands once under Muslim control — most recently, Ottoman — and he wishes to undo that wrong. Planning ahead, he also hopes to liberate large swaths of Europe, about a third of China, all of India and parts of the Philippines and Thailand. It is unclear what he would do with property once owned by Muslims in the United States that has since been sold to non-Muslims.
Khamenei’s latest iteration of his plan for Israel was published on the heels of an agreement Iran signed with world powers from China to the United States that will lift international sanctions in exchange for some restrictions on and monitoring of its declared nuclear program, which Iran largely developed in secret. The country has intercontinental missiles apparently capable of striking Israel, and past intelligence has indicated that Iran had researched fitting one of those missiles with a nuclear warhead.
Iranian leaders regularly and openly call for the destruction of Israel. The ideas outlined by the Gatestone Institute that appear in “Palestine” echoed an article linked to by the English Twitter handle widely attributed to Khamenei himself, called “9 key questions about the elimination of Israel.”
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