The U.N. What Was All About ?
The Hate Of Israel..
More you make understand the U.N. that Israel is the problem, more near the Goals Of The Muslim Brotherhood and Iran can be reach.
Using the fear of Nuclear.. so it is already a weapon to threat..
Using the Arab Springs, showed as The Democratic Way For The Middle East
Both ” WAY OF PEACE” !
You Want Peace ? You go along with This !
You want War..well you just keep Israel as a Legitimate Country !
As Reagan did Say : There is A Time To Choose !
Sitting with Iran
Iran – The Greatest Threat to Western Civilization
Published on Aug 28, 2012 by ClarionProductions
America is a relatively safe place. However, a regime halfway around the world could destroy our way of life. From the beginning, the current Iranian regime made it clear that America is public enemy #1. One way to seriously damage America would be a nuke, and one terrifying scenario is a nuclear bomb detonated at high altitude. This is an issue that Congressional commissions and others have investigated, and concluded that it is a credible threat. This would cause severe damage or catastrophic destruction to the electric grid across America. In this day and age, everything ultimately depends on electric power: communications, transportation, banking, finance, food and water. The result of such an attach would mean that within a short amount of time, it will be nearly impossible to get food and water, pump gas, provide medical care, withdraw money or use cellular phones. Moreover, without electricity, nuclear power plants melt down. If their containment buildings are breeched, the areas around them could become uninhabitable for centuries. Anarchy. Starvation. Disease. As long as the current Iranian regime is in power, we are NOT SAFE..
Egyptian President Warns World: ‘We Will Not Allow’ Insults to Islam
Newly elected Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi speaks at the UN (Photo; Reuters)
In his speech to the United Nations on Wednesday, Egypt’s President Mohamed Morsi condemned “insults hurled on the prophet of Islam, Mohammed,” and said the United Nations must do something about it.
“We reject this. We cannot accept it,” he said, speaking of insults to Islam. “And we will be the opponents of those who do this. We will not allow anyone to do this by word or deed.”
The warning that “We will not allow anyone to do this” was spoken through a translator and did not appear in the prepared text of Morsi’s speech.
Mentioning “an organized campaign against Islamic sanctities,” Morsi said the U.N. has a “main responsibility” in addressing Islamophobia, which “is starting to have implications that clearly affect international peace and security.”
“We all have to work together,” Morsi said. “We must join hands in confronting these regressive ideas that hinder cooperation among us. We must move together to confront extremism and discrimination and incitement to hatred on the basis of religion or race.”
Moments later, Morsi addressed freedom of expression, saying it has limits:
“Egypt respects freedom of expression — freedom of expression that is not used to incite hatred against anyone, not a freedom of expression that targets a specific religion or a specific culture; a freedom of expression that tackles extremism and violence, not the freedom of expression that deepens ignorance and disregards others.
“We also, as we have said before and reaffirmed before, we also stand firmly against the use of violence in expressing objection to these obscenities.”
While Morsi did not call for a global ban on blasphemy in his speech to the U.N., other Muslim leaders have done so.
As CNSNews.com reported, the leaders of the world’s two most populous Muslim countries used their speeches at the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday to call for a legally-binding, global anti-blasphemy protocol.
Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and his Pakistan counterpart, Asif Ali Zardari, both argued that insults against Mohammed, Islam’s prophet, incite violence and are not legitimate free speech.
For an in depth analysis of the entire Morsi speech see Ryan Mauro’s article, “Morsi Blasts UN With Brotherhood Agenda” at radicalislam.org
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas accused Israel of ethnic cleansing for building settlements in east Jerusalem. ‘It is a campaign of ethnic cleansing against the Palestinian people via the demolition of their homes,’ Abbas said in his speech to the UN General Assembly.
Ahmadinejad and Morsi Lay Out the Islamic Agenda
by Robert Spencer/Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Mohammed Morsi, arguably the foremost exponents today of Sharia rule, both spoke at the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday, and their speeches together amounted to an Islamic supremacist wish list for the world.
The foremost item on their list, not surprisingly, was the destruction of Israel, although both knew better in the glare of international media than to state their aspirations quite so baldly.
Ahmadinejad drenched his address in Islamic piety, beginning with a traditional Islamic invocation: “In the Name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful. All Praise Belongs to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds, and May Peace and Blessings be upon the Greatest and Trustworthy Prophet and His Pure Progeny, His Chosen Companions, and upon all Divine Messengers. Oh, God, Hasten the Emergence of Your Chosen Beloved, Grant Him Good Health and Victory, Make us His Best Companions, and all those who attest to His Rightfulness.” And then: “I thank the Almighty God for having once more the chance to participate in this meeting. We have gathered here to ponder and work together for building a better life for the entire human community and for our nations.”
And how can we work together for building a better life? Ahmadinejad ticked off a list of things that he posited had interfered with international brotherhood and harmony, including “egoism, distrust, malicious behaviors, and dictatorships,” as well as the Dark Ages and the Crusades (although he didn’t mention the centuries of murderous jihad warfare all over the globe).
His list culminated with his principal bogeys, the chief things he believed interfered with global peace: “the occupation of Palestine and imposition of a fake government”; Saddam Hussein’s “invasion” of Iran; 9/11 and the subsequent U.S. military actions in Iraq and Afghanistan; and a host of others. Among them, he complained about the supposed denial of “the right to criticize the hegemonic policies and actions of the world Zionism.” It was hard not to wonder at such moments in his speech what planet he was on, since the Palestinian jihadist propaganda machine has had such success in demonizing Israel in the world media; but of course a linchpin of that success has been to complain that the situation is exactly the opposite, and so that is what Ahmadinejad did in New York Wednesday.
In a speech that was heavy on Islamic proselytizing, after his survey of the world’s ills Ahmadinejad asked: “Does anybody believe that continuation of the current order is capable of bringing happiness for human society?” And further: “Who is responsible for all these sufferings and failures?” He left that question unanswered at that point, although at another point he railed against the “uncivilized Zionists,” and he went on to delineate his prescription: “There is no doubt that the world is in need of a new order and a fresh way of thinking.” Foremost this would be “an order in which man is recognized as God’s Supreme Creature, enjoying material and spiritual qualities and possessing a pure and divine nature filled with a desire to seek justice and truth.” Consequently he called upon the nations to “place our trust in God Almighty and stand against the acquisitive minority” – in other words, to adopt Sharia and stand against Israel.
Morsi, for his part, was less subtle. “The first issue which the world must exert all its efforts in resolving,” he declared, “on the basis of justice and dignity, is the Palestinian cause.” He labeled it “shameful that the free world accepts, regardless of the justifications provided, that a member of the international community continues to deny the rights of a nation that has been longing for decades for independence.” About the many Israel peace offers and chances to establish a state that the Palestinian jihadists contemptuously cast aside he was, of course, silent, retailing Palestinian propaganda talking points as he called for “immediate and significant measures to put an end to colonization, settlement activities, and the alteration in the identity of Occupied Jerusalem.”
Morsi also added an additional item to Ahmadinejad’s laundry list for global harmony: the eradication of “Islamophobia.” “We must join hands,” he said ringingly, “in confronting these regressive ideas that hinder cooperation among us. We must act together in the face of extremism, discrimination, and incitement to hatred on the basis of religion or race….We have a responsibility in this international gathering to study how we can protect the world from instability and hatred.” How could this be done? Egypt, he said, “respects freedom of expression,” but only such expression that is “not used to incite hatred against anyone” and that is “not directed towards one specific religion or culture” – a freedom of expression that “tackles extremism and violence,” not the kind that “deepens ignorance and disregards others.” In other words, he was calling for international restrictions on speech that Muslims find objectionable.
Destruction of Israel and of the freedom of speech, both couched in high-flown terms that eluded most of the hearers and much of the international media. But the intentions of both of these Islamic supremacist presidents was clear. More’s the pity that there was no voice of freedom to stand up and defend free states, free speech and free people in terms just as clear. And because of that lack, Ahmadinejad and Morsi may well get what is on their wish list.
Israel PM Benjamin (Bibi) Netanyahu’s Address to the United Nations on Iran and Radical Islam
On September 27, 2012, Israel Prime Minister Benjamin (Bibi) Netanyahu addressed the General Assembly of the United Nations. He spoke about the danger Iran poses to the world, and Radical Islam. Netanyahu presented the danger radical Islam, and Iran pose to the world. Netanyahu clearly presented the Jewish claim to the land of Israel.
Netanyahu asked for a redline before Iran completes Stage 2 of the uranium enrichment process and made the case to the world on a chart with a drawing of a bomb on it that the entire Western world faces danger if Iran succeeds
After All the UN Speeches Will Anything Change?
By week’s end all the speeches at the opening for the General Assembly of the United Nations will have been spoken, all the rallies finished screaming, all the banners and signs put away, and only the final press reports will remain to be published. Very few if any minds will have been changed. Iran will still be spinning their centrifuges as fast and as many as possible while calling for an end to Zionism and America as is required of any leader of the Islamic world. Egypt will continue to appear just friendly enough to keep the United States bountiful taps open and pouring forth cash while Egypt creeps ever more solidly towards their Islamist goals with their eye on the top position. Turkey will continue its slide towards their goal of becoming the new leader of the united Islamic world. Iraq will continue to speak with one voice to their American benefactors as the infidel troops slowly depart while cozying up to Iran allowing Iranian supply trucks carrying the troops and weaponry across to supply Syria with their lifeline. And President Bashar Assad will continue the carnage refusing to surrender as to do so would likely cost him his life. Europe will continue their monetary game of kick the Euros in attempts to infuse funds to stave off a total collapse of the European Union and with it the Euro itself. Israel will still be drawing red lines in the sand while the leader of the United States continues his Mr. Magoo imitation concerning the Iranian nuclear weapons program. And the major news outlets in the United States can return to full time coverage of the November Presidential Elections issuing meaningless polls even through the day when the only poll that actually matters is ongoing. Just as the ancient Chinese curse goes, we do indeed live in interesting times.
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