Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Mahmoud I'm-Mad-In-The-Head Strikes Again

Iranian “President” Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has written another letter, this time to the American public instead of to President Bush. After careful analysis, experts are divided as to whether the letter was ghost written by Howard Dean, or merely translated into English by him. However, if you ignore all the DNC talking points sprinkled throughout the piece to curry favor with the moonbat left, you’ll find a more ominous purpose to it all, as pointed out in this article by Kenneth Timmerman:
But to focus on these parts of his letter, however silly and objectionable they may be, would be to miss the main point. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is not the Hugo Chavez of the Persian Gulf. He knows that soon he will have his finger on the nuclear trigger.
Citing from the Quran at the close of his letter, he says that if Americans "repent" of their "injustice," they will be blessed with many gifts. "We should all heed the divine Word of the Holy Qur'an," he says.
The context of this particular verse (28:67-28, Sura "Al-Qasas," or The Narration), is very clear. It follows a graphic description of destruction and devastation that will befall those who fail to repent of their injustice.
It also sets out the terms of the tradition Muslim warning to the enemies of Allah. "And never will your Lord destroy the towns until He sends to their mother town a Messenger reciting to them Our Verses." This is is precisely what Ahmadinejad is doing in his letter.
Dump Bush, allow the Muslims to destroy Israel, and adopt Islam — or else you will be destroyed. This is Ahmadinejad's message

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