Iran: – ‘Jews using sorcery to attack the IRI’

H/T Richard


Iranian Official: The Jews Use Sorcery Against Iran

An Iranian regime official and a website close to the regime have recently accused the Jews of engaging in sorcery and of employing it against Iran.

Mehdi Taeb, who is close to Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and heads Khamenei’s Ammar Base think tank, said in April 2013 that the Jews are the most powerful sorcerers in the world today, and that they have used their powers to attack Iran – for instance by turning the U.S. into their tool and getting it to impose sanctions on Iran, and also through attempts, albeit failed, to interfere in the 2009 elections. He added that while Iran has so far withstood their assaults, they have not yet used the full scope of their powers against it.

In March 2013, the website, which is associated with the religious seminaries in Qom, posted an article about the status of sorcery and numerology in Jewish mysticism. According to this article, Jews cherish the knowledge of sorcery, pass it down from generation to generation, and believe that it can be used to control mankind, nature and even God’s decisions. 

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‘Thousands’ of muslims visit the holy hair of mohamed in Michigan

And here I was thinking that the Catholics where devious bastards for selling indulgences in the middle ages.

This is doubly irritating because muslims never get tired of pretending to superiority over Christianity because they claim no supernatural creature other than their god ‘allah’ while treating the pirate mohamed with far far more fetishistic frenzy than any Christian ever treated an image, drawing or even an alleged artifact of the avatar, Jesus.


S.Arabia: Saudi women don’t want to drive, Justice minister


Other religions allowed, but no churches on land sacred to Islam

23 April, 16:53

(ANSAmed) – BRUSSELS, APRIL 23 – Saudi Arabian Justice Minister Mohammed al-Isa defended the kingdom’s human rights record at a hearing on Tuesday before the European Parliament’s foreign affairs commission.

”We respect freedom of opinion and human rights, so long as they don’t infringe on public order and the rights of others”, the minister explained. Other faiths are banned from building churches and temples in Saudi Arabia because it is ”a land sacred to Islam. Other uses would be unacceptable. It would be like building a mosque in the Vatican: it’s a question of principle”, the minister said. ”But this does not mean people aren’t allowed to profess other religions”.

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Greece pulls statues from Qatar exhibit over nudity dispute

H/T Fjordman


Greece has pulled two ancient statues from an ongoing Olympic Games exhibition in Qatar in a dispute over nudity, a Culture Ministry source said on Tuesday.

“The statues have already returned to Greece,” a Culture Ministry source told AFP, adding: “Organizers in Qatar wanted to cover up the statues’ members with black cloth. So they were never put on display, they went back into storage and returned on April 19.”

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‘God will heal you’: GP ‘told patient to stop taking medication and took her to have an EXORCISM instead’

Talk about hypocrisy. The UK is in a flap about this one while simultaneously their NHS actually PAYS for this. This, being nothing more than the religious medical treatment for secular leftists. It is no more scientific than an exorcism, and probably killed more people due to patients quitting real treatment. This doctor should probably demand to be paid for what he did rather than defend himself. It should be pointed out that ‘homeopathy’ is essentially a form of sympathetic magic much like voodoo, except that voodoo practitioners actually use real drugs.

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Mail Online:

  • Dr Thomas Gerard O’Brien was working as a locum GP in Staffordshire
  • Woman was prescribed anti-depressant & anti-hypertensive medication
  • Patient ‘stopped taking medication’ after he told her ‘there’s another way’
  • GMC report reveals concerns over Dr O’Brien ‘imposing religious beliefs’

By Daily Mail Reporter

PUBLISHED: 08:03 GMT, 15 April 2013 | UPDATED: 11:18 GMT, 15 April 2013A patient claimed a GP told her to stop taking medication and took her to a Pentecostal church where she underwent an exorcism instead, a General Medical Council report has revealed.

Dr Thomas Gerard O’Brien was working as a locum GP in Staffordshire when he treated the woman – who had been prescribed anti-depressant, anti-hypertensive and pain-relief medication.

The patient, who has not been named, claimed she stopped taking medication after Dr O’Brien told her ‘there is another way’.

Reading material: The patient claimed Dr O'Brien sent her books and pamphlets about the church (file picture)Reading material: The patient claimed Dr O’Brien sent her books and pamphlets about the church (file picture)

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Column One: Moral relativism and jihad

H/T Snaphanen,Dk


It is the dominance of moral relativism in liberal institutions like

the New York Times that make even the most apologetic expose of the Muslim Brotherhood a major event.

US Secretary of State John Kerry (L) shakes hands with Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi in Cairo

US Secretary of State John Kerry (L) shakes hands with Egypt’s President Mohamed Morsi in Cairo Photo: REUTERS

Two events happened on Wednesday which should send a shiver down the spine of everyone concerned about the future of the American Jewish community. But to understand their importance it is important to consider the context in which they occurred.

On January 13, The New York Times reported on a series of virulently anti-Jewish comments Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi made in speeches given in 2010. Among other things, Morsi said, “We must never forget, brothers, to nurse our children and our grandchildren on hatred for them: for Zionists, for Jews.” He said that Egyptian children “must feed on hatred; hatred must continue. The hatred must go on for God and as a form of worshiping him.”

In another speech, he called Jews “bloodsuckers,” and “the descendants of apes and pigs.”

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Interesting contrast between the people of Persia, and the political class of Iran.

Thank you Don L and Shabnam for these two videos. I find them both quite revealing and together they speak volumes.

‘If you could have one wish’. Regular folk in Persia speak out.

Why homosexuals must be killed. It is scientific! All religions demand it!

At the Kennedy School, at Harvard, Seyyed Mohammad Khatami, former-president of Iran stated that homosexuals are criminals who face a punishment and in this case, it’s execution. English and Farsi.

Disabled Purple Heart veteran, embarassed at local business.

Adventures of a broken soldier:

I am a disabled combat veteran. I served in Iraq and worked in Afghanistan. I took an IED because my country asked me too, and I was injured by a suicide bomber in Afghanistan. I have a Purple Heart and an ARCOM with Valor. I fully expect to be treated differently when I am visiting another country – when I am in America I expect equality and toleration; but what I experienced today is something that I never would have thought I’d have to go through in my own country. The country I fought for!

I am a skydiver with around 300 jumps under my belt. I’ve done jumps from 30,000 feet, helicopters, hot air balloons, wingsuit skydives and so forth. So with that being said I travel around doing this sport quite a bit. Today was my second time at a dropzone called “Florida Skydiving Center / Skydive Lake Wales”.

Coincidentally there are soldiers from the country of Qatar being trained there.

The picture is of the tattoo I have. Here is the definition of said tattoo: “Kafir (Arabic: ????? k?fir, plural ????? kuff?r) is an Arabic term used in an Islamic doctrinal sense, usually translated as “unbeliever,” “disbeliever,” or “infidel.” The term refers to a person who rejects God or who hides, denies, or covers the “truth.” The Muslim’s from Qatar saw that tattoo and complained to the dropzone. Once they did so I was called to the back office…

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Muslims win their victory against Lego. But what next?

So the Muslims managed to bully Danish toy-maker, Lego into abandoning it’s Star Wars kit because the cover of the box has an image that vaguely resembles the Hagia Sophia, one of Christendom’s major early architectural accomplishments laid siege to and conquered by Islamic forces centuries ago.

But what next? Will they manage to stop this popular kit?

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Muslims declare victory in fight over ‘anti-Islamic’ lego as Denmark promises to axe ‘Jabba’s Palace’ toy

Daily Mail:

  • Jabba’s Palace will cease production in 2014 but not removed immediately
  • Turkish Community Forum congratulated Lego for stopping production
  • Claims that Jabba’s Palace set resembles Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia mosque
  • Describes Star Wars character Jabba the Hutt as resembling a ‘terrorist’
  • Lego denied any link and said the toy was based on the Star Wars movies

By Emily Davies

PUBLISHED: 12:35 GMT, 1 April 2013 | UPDATED: 12:49 GMT, 1 April 2013

Turkish Muslims have declared victory after toy makers Lego agreed to withdraw a Star Wars product which allegedly depicted a mosque.

Critics claimed that the Jabba’s Palace model, part of Lego’s Star Wars range, was offensive to Muslims as it resembled the Hagia Sophia mosque in Istanbul – one of the world’s most renowned mosques.

The Lego set is based on the home of Jabba the Hutt, a central character in the Star Wars series, who lives in a domed palace, with a separated watchtower.

Toy: The Jabba's Palace Lego set will cease to be produced from 2014 after the Turkish Cultural Community of Austria group described it as offensive to the Muslim community Toy: The Jabba’s Palace Lego set will cease to be produced from 2014 after the Turkish Cultural Community of Austria group described it as offensive to the Muslim community

Criticism: The group criticised Lego's design saying it resembles the Hagia Sophia mosque in Istanbul, one of the world's most recognisable mosques Criticism: The group criticised Lego’s design saying it resembles the Hagia Sophia mosque in Istanbul, one of the world’s most recognisable mosques

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Saudi religious police lift ban on women on bikes (sort of)

H/T Bear

Yahoo News


The Al-Yawm daily on Monday cited an unnamed official from the powerful religious police as saying women can ride bikes in parks and recreational areas but they have to be accompanied by a male relative and dressed in the full Islamic head-to-toe abaya.


The official says women may not use the bikes for transportation but “only for entertainment” and that they should shun places where young men gather “to avoid harassment.”

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Imam Says Muslims Must Grow Beards to Avoid Gay Feelings

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Khalid Yassin’s fabulous beard is the only thing standing between him and raging homosexuality

This video features the fun-loving Imam Khalid Yassin who claims that the US government created AIDS and has said that “The Koran gives a clear position regarding homosexuality lesbianism and bestiality. … They are aberrations punishable by death.”

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Saudi Arabian cleric declares babies should wear burkas


A Saudi cleric’s declaration that babies should wear burkas to protect them from sexual attacks has drawn widespread criticism.

Saudi Arabian cleric declares babies should wear burkas

Sheikh Daoud said all female newborns should wear a full face veil

6:47PM GMT 04 Feb 2013

Sheikh Abdullah Daoud said all female newborns should wear a full face veil in an interview with an Islamic television station.

He told al-Majd TV that wearing a burka would stop incidents of sexual attacks on babies, and tried to support his claim by quoting unnamed medical and security sources.

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