In 1992 the New York Times reported that the Bosnian President Alija Izetbegovic himself made an official state visit to Tehran where he met with Iranian leaders and, while appearing on Iranian television, threatened to
use poison gas against the Serbian people.
During his visit he attended a ceremony during which his delegation laid a wreath on the tomb of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the leader of “Iran’s Islamic revolution”.
Hashemi Rafsanjani, the Iranian President at the time, gave assurances to the new Bosnian President that “more significant aid” would be forthcoming…” with senior Iranian officials calling for “retaliatory measures against the Serbs by Muslims across the world” “ in response to what they described was “a new Crusade of Christians against Muslims.”
But the Muslim Bosnian Leadership weren’t just traveling to Tehran. They were visiting Washington too—meeting, in fact, with the leader of the Free World.
On March 26, 1993, just six months after Izetbegovic visited Ayatollah Khomeini’s tomb, he was received by the newly inaugurated President of the United States: Bill Clinton. Continue reading
“Any attempt to bring the SS scum to trial would risk lifting the lid on the squalid history of Britain’s own post-war “rat line”, revealing how the British intelligence services combed the “displaced persons” refugee camps in Europe, seeking to enlist certified Nazi war criminals as “freedom fighters”…
British have always tried to conceal their role in smuggling literally thousands of war criminals into this country.
It was the Labour government of Attlee/Bevin which provided haven for these mass murderers…” Continue reading
“I refuse to forget how the Islamic Regime of Iran came to power and established itself by burning movie theaters and in one instance with a live audience…”
Parviz Sayyad’s final statement at UCLA Celebration of Iranian Cinema Continue reading
A 30 November report of the representative in Europe of the Fedayeen Majority denounces the “extensive massacre, resembling only those seen in Nazi death camps”. “The massacre of political prisoners has taken place in the prisons of Tehran, Isfahan, Kerman, Khoram Abad, Gilan, Mazandaran, Hamendan, Gachsaran, Oromieh, Tabriz” and other cities. “Three hundred political prisoners have been buried in two mass graves in Khaavaraan cemetery (in East Tehran)…. In addition to daily execution of groups of political prisoners in Evin, a large number of them were murdered in a deliberate explosion and destruction of an auditorium where they had been assembled.”
And a 21 September 1988 statement of the Kurdistan Organisation of the Communist Party of Iran (Komala) said of the criminal mass executions of the “Islamic Republic”: “These turbaned dictators are looking for victory in the city streets and in prison cells to make up for their defeat in the war fronts of Iran and Iraq. They are trying desperately to extend their onerous life through terror and intimidation by setting up execution squads.” Continue reading
“In August, antisemitic flyers were posted on four synagogues, including mine. In October, there were a series of assaults by a known antifa activist. He was arrested and charged with a hate crime. AJC stepped up, assisted the victims and had an opinion piece published in The Seattle Times. It questioned why these blatantly antisemitic acts don’t deserve the same swift condemnations or condemnations at all as other forms of discrimination rightfully do. ” Continue reading
“The Koran and the Mussulman legislation emanating from it reduce the geography and ethnography of the various people to the simple and convenient distinction of two nations and of two countries; those of the Faithful and of the Infidels. The Infidel is “harby,” i.e. the enemy. Islamism proscribes the nation of the Infidels, constituting a state of permanent hostility between the Mussulman and the unbeliever. ” – Karl Marx 1854 Continue reading
There is no Israeli apartheid, it is a myth promoted by anti-Semites. Yet, check the real apartheid in the Middle East… Continue reading