Sunday, October 10, 2010

Ahmadinejad Exacerbation

The Iranian nuclear program is under cyber attack from the West. Iran's economy has been targeted by Western sanctions. Arab nations have called for Western help against the threat Iran poses to each. Has that stopped Ahmadinejad and his Islamic radicals?
Of course not.
Iran (named Persia in Ezekiel 38 and 39) is on a trek toward war and destruction, and according to prophecy, God is the one pulling the hook.
While Americans gear up for mid-term elections in just three weeks, the Middle East continues to gear up for war. Some experts believe Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has given only a couple more months to see if sanctions will actually slow Iran's nuclear progress. After that, it is any one's guess as to how soon a unilateral military strike might occur.
In the meantime, Iran's leader continues to stir the pot of Islamic radicalism and war.
Hezbollah urges mass turnout for Ahmadinejad

The Shiite militant group Hezbollah on Saturday called for a mass turnout to welcome Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad when he arrives on a two-day official visit to Lebanon next week.
"We call on you to welcome President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Wednesday at 7:30 am (0430 GMT) all along the airport road," the group's Al-Manar television broadcast over a picture of a smiling Iranian leader.
"Lebanon is the country of resistance -- welcome to your family," said the voice-over to the television spot, which was signed by both Hezbollah and Amal, another Lebanese Shiite party that is allied to the "party of God."
Ahmadinejad's October 13-14 visit is eagerly anticipated by Hezbollah, which is planning to give him a warm welcome as well as a tour of the southern border region with Israel.
However, the trip has sparked controversy in Lebanon with some members of the pro-Western parliamentary majority calling it a provocation and the United States also expressing concern.
Ahmadinejad and Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah are set to appear together at a rally in a stadium in Hezbollah's stronghold in southern Beirut.
The leader of Hezbollah, considered a terrorist organisation by Washington, lives in hiding and last appeared in public in July 2008.
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