Ahmadinejad threatens holy war against U.S.

Dear
Christians,

It is
outrageous that the President of Iran was allowed into the United
States, to New York of all places, on the heels of the fifth
anniversary of 9/11. For the past year, he has been spewing out threats
against the United States, i.e., that he would send 52,000 suicide
bombers to attack, and he authorized his proxy, Hezbollah, to launch
4000 missiles at the state of Israel.

He stood
before the U.N. General Assembly and said:

All
divine prophets, from the Prophet Adam (peace be upon him) to the
Prophet Moses, to the Prophet Jesus Christ, to the Prophet Mohammad
have all called humanity to monotheism, justice, brotherhood, love and
compassion. Is it not possible to build a better world based on
monotheism, justice, love and respect for the rights of human beings,
and thereby transform animosities into friendship?

I
emphatically declare that today’s world more than ever before longs for
just and righteous people with love for all humanity, and above all,
longs for the perfect righteous human being and the real savior who has
been promised to all peoples and who will establish justice, peace and
brotherhood on the planet.

Oh,
Almighty God, all men and women are your creatures and you have
ordained their guidance and salvation. Bestow upon humanity that
thirsts for justice, the perfect human being promised to all by you,
and make us among his followers and among those who strive for his
return and his cause.

It is quite
easy to see that from his perspective, this is a religious war. He is
telling Christians that Jesus Christ is not the Third Person of the
Trinity and that Jesus taught monotheism. He is calling for the Muslims
of the world to join him in ushering in what he calls “the perfect
human being.” He is calling for them to usher him in through strife –
which means violence and martyrdom.

The United
States stood silently by while this madman, who fully intends to wipe
Israel from the map with a nuclear bomb, was issued a visa to enter the
country and spread his lies. Rather, the State Department declared that
they were not opposed to Iran going nuclear, and would even give them a
five-year supply of fuel, build reactors, and supply American-made
aircraft.

This is
akin to Hitler declaring his intentions to kill six million Jews, then
persuading the U.S. to build concentration camps and railway lines if
he promised not to follow through with his threats. All murderers are
liars; they don’t keep their promises.

Please
stand up and speak up. It is obvious that there are many who do not
have the courage to do so.

Thus far,
3731 people have signed the petition to President Bush. We need to send
him at least one million signatures. Please send this out to your
entire email list and ask them to sign it today.

Every
person with whom I met or interviewed in the last two months has talked
about the seriousness of Ahmadinejad’s apocalyptic beliefs that are
driving his nuclear arms passion.

Click here to ask
President Bush to close the Iranian mission in New York City, introduce
economic sanctions against the rich mullahs of Iran, and lead an
international tribunal to indict President Ahmadinejad for violations
of the Geneva Convention by calling for the destruction of the State of
Israel, for killing Americans (troops) in Iraq and Jews in Israel
through proxies. I also ask you to join those asking for Iran to be
removed from the U.N.

Mahmoud
Ahmadinejad and his partner in the Americas, Hugo Chavez, made
coordinated appearances at the U.N. days ago. In their roles of “good
cop/bad cop,” Ahmadinejad adopted a somewhat softer tone in his speech;
he was followed by Hugo, the Unhinged. However, Ahmadinejad’s speech
was rife with inaccuracies.

According
to Hillel Neuer, executive director of UN Watch, a Geneva-based
monitoring organization, the Iranian leader’s speech was riddled with
numerous blatant contradictions:

  • Ahmadinejad talked about "truth" – yet his regime was found
    by the IAEA to have been lying for years about its nuclear program;
  • He spoke of “justice” – yet his regime has conducted phony
    trials, covering up the torture and murders of dissidents;
  • He talked about countries that "waste their wealth and
    resources" to produce "destructive arsenals" of nuclear weapons. But
    that’s precisely what international experts say Iran is doing in
    illegally pursuing its massive nuclear weapons program.
  • Rather than provide for the basic needs of his own
    countrymen, Ahmadinejad’s regime has spent hundreds of millions of
    dollars for advanced weaponry to arm Hizbullah in Lebanon and for
    attacks against Israel
  • Ahmadinejad charged that "occupiers are incapable of
    establishing security in Iraq"; yet Iran is responsible for 85 percent
    of the IEDs used against American troops in Iraq, and constantly
    strives to actively promote violence and division to ensure the
    instability of that country.
  • While protesting the tragedy of the Palestinians –
    Ahmadinejad failed to mention that Iran has been the greatest sponsor
    of Hamas and Islamic Jihad terrorism.

According
to GA Resolution 60/171, adopted in March, Teheran’s regime is guilty
of a plethora of violations including the following:

  • Restrictions on the freedoms of assembly, opinion and
    _expression;
  • The use of arbitrary arrest, targeted at both individuals
    and their family members;
  • The unjustified closure of newspapers and blocking of
    Internet sites;
  • The continuing use of torture and cruel, inhuman treatment;
  • Continuing violence and discrimination against women and
    girls;
  • And, continuing discrimination, and other human rights
    violations against “ethnic and religious minorities,” i.e., Arabs,
    Kurds, Baluchis, Christians, Jews, Sunni Muslims, and particularly the
    Bahai.

Please ask President Bush
today to lead an international tribunal to indict Ahmadinejad for
crimes of genocide.

Ahmadinejad
ended his speech much as he did last September, with a prayer for the
return of the Mahdi, the Twelfth Imam, whose appearance can only come
through an apocalyptic event that would see every nation submit to
Islam:

“Oh,
Almighty God, all men and women are your creatures and you have
ordained their guidance and salvation. Bestow upon humanity that
thirsts for justice, the perfect human being promised to all by you,
and make us among his followers and among those who strive for his
return and his cause.”

Chavez
followed Ahmadinejad with a diatribe that would have been humorous had
it not been for the Iran connection. He blatantly referred to President
Bush as “the devil”, and said with great drama, “…it smells of sulfur
still today.” Following in the footsteps of his newly-adopted bosom
buddy, Ahmadinejad, Chavez told reporters he, too, would like to
explore nuclear energy. It is likely that is one of the topics he and
Ahmadinejad discussed during the recent state visit to Venezuela, and
the meeting of non-aligned nations in Cuba.

It is as
chilling to think of nuclear weapons in the hands of Hugh Chavez, or
perhaps, Fidel Castro in Cuba, as it is to contemplate them in the
hands of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and the mad mullahs in Tehran.

Your
ambassador to Jerusalem,

Mike Evans

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