Ahmadinejad is very quiet.

by Faramarz_Fateh

For someone like Ahmadinejad who sounds off on almost everything, especially if it has to do with Israel, he is very quiet these days.

You know why?  He has received the message from Israel.  You even think of F'ing with us, we'll take care of you the same way we are taking care of your cronies in the Gaza strip area.

Ahmadinejad and all the filthy mullahs in Iran are cowards; they pay money to Palestinians to go "fight" Israel.

For the pro IRI elements who post info on Iran's newly begotten military might vis a vi 2 stage and 3 stage rockets and boast about Iran's ability to fight Israel or any other power, what now?

You are awfully quiet.


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by A very big LOL (not verified) on

Oh really??! hahahahahhahahahha

Khamenei bans Iranian volunteers from fighting Israel
AP - World News
Jan 8, 2009

TEHRAN – Iran's top leader banned hardline Iranian volunteers on Thursday from leaving the country to carry out suicide bombings against Israel, but warned that Iran would assist the militant group Hamas in other ways.

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's ban sought to tone down calls by allies of hardline President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to toughen Iran's stand against Israel.

But it also exposed hidden rifts between the supreme leader and the president five months before elections in which Ahmadinejad, whose popularity has been waning, is seeking a second term.

Hardline Iranian student groups had asked the government to authorize volunteers to go carry out suicide bombings in Israel in support of Hamas. The students began signing up after Khamenei issued a religious decree on Dec. 28 saying anyone killed while defending Palestinians in Gaza against Israeli attacks would be considered a martyr.

A week later, Khamenei's comments sharply contrasted his religious order.

"I thank the pious and devoted youth who have asked to go to Gaza ... but it must be noted that our hands are tied in this arena," Khamenei said on state television. He did not elaborate how Iran would help Hamas in other ways.

The student groups claim that more than 70,000 people throughout Iran have registered as volunteer suicide bombers since Israel launched its assault against Hamas-ruled Gaza on Dec. 27. Israel's bombardment of Gaza, which has killed more than 700 Palestinians, has outraged many in Iran and the rest of the world.

Israel says it launched its campaign in retaliation for Hamas rocket fire aimed at civilians in southern Israeli towns.

Iran is Hamas' main backer, and Israel has accused Iran of providing Hamas with weapons. Iran has denied the charges, saying its backing for the militant group is limited to political and financial support.

Iran also considers Israel its archenemy, and Ahmadinejad has called for Israel to be "wiped off the map."

Khamenei has strongly supported Ahmadinejad since his election in 2005, but the two don't agree on all issues. Khamenei stands above factional politics but generally supports hardliners over reformists.

Iranian political analyst Saeed Leilaz said hardline student groups, provoked by Ahmadinejad, were getting out of control and Khamenei intervened to end any possible political manipulation of students by the president for his own agenda.

Criticism of Ahmadinejad has been increasing in the wake of rising inflation and the belief by some conservatives and reformists that his anti-Western rhetoric has done more harm than good for the country.

"Ahmadinejad has used the Gaza fighting as an opportunity to further radicalize the political situation in Iran for two reasons: to provoke tensions in order to cause a hike in oil prices and improve his chances of re-election in the presidential vote in June. But the top leader doesn't support a further radicalization of Iran," he said.

Oil prices have plummeted from a high near $150 in July last year to around $35 — severely straining the Iranian economy and undermining Ahmadinejad's ability to pursue his economic agenda. In recent days, oil prices has been increasing, reaching about $43 a barrel on Wednesday.


مرگ بر اسرائیل

Iran for ever (not verified)

مرگ بر اسرائیل ..... ایران قابلیت به خاک سپردن اسرائیل را همین امروز دارد



by XerXes (not verified) on

Funny Zions think that the Great Iran is afraid of a little zit in the middle east.
Good, keep thinking that way and stay dreaming


So right

by Anonymous 007 (not verified) on

You are absolutely right