Iran Foreign Minister Denies He is Opposed to Second Holocaust
Most people go out of their way to deny they want genocide. : In Iran, you have to go out of your way to ensure people you’re for it, especially against those JOOOOOOOOOOOOS:
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif vehemently denied on Monday reports that he is opposed to a second Holocaust of Jewish people, according to Iranian media reports.
Some media outlets reported over the weekend that Zarif had stated, the “Holocaust should not happen again” and that “the extermination of Jews by the Nazi regime was tragically cruel and should not happen again.”
However, Zarif maintains that this is not the case, according to top Iranian lawmakers who have spoken to the foreign minister about his remarks.
I’m glad we got that cleared up. : Hate to think there was someone in the Iranian government who didn’t want to kill all the Jews and wipe Israel off the map.
Anyone still cool with them working on nukes?
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Good news, everybody! Iran may be even closer to a nuclear weapon than we thought! The Iranian regime is closer
Via Gateway Pundit, Hillary admits that the Obama admin. has failed in their policy regarding Iran. Let’s watch As Jim
Some Hollywood films are built on the idea of suspense on a grand scale â€” “The Last Days of Pompeii”, and the story of the Titanic are both perennials for filmmakers, because the audience knows the characters are doomed, and thus watching their otherwise everyday quotidian details takes on a whole new dimension, as we await the tragic denouement. Photos of the Middle East in the 1970s take on a similar look these days.