Filed under: Foreign Policy, Iran, Israel, National Security, Terrorism, The United States | Tags: Fanatical Islamist Radicalism, Iran's Supreme Leader, Obama's "Peace Partner"
The Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei spoke to a large group in Tehran earlier today. This is how FARS, the more or less official Iran news agency reported it:
Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei described Israel as a “fake” regime, and said there won’t be any Israel in 25 years from now.
“Some of the Zionists have said that given the results of the nuclear negotiations (between Tehran and the world powers), they have been relieved of concerns about Iran for 25 years, but we tell them that basically, you will not see the next 25 years and with God’s grace, nothing under the name of the Zionist regime will exist in the region by then,” Ayatollah Khamenei said, addressing a large number of Iranians in Tehran on Wednesday.
According to Reuters, he added:
Meanwhile, the heroic jihadi Islamic spirit will not leave the Zionists in peace for a second.
That’s what they expect to do with their $100 billion in unfrozen money. John Hinderaker added, at Powerline
As for Khamenei’s threat against Israel, my bigger concern is whether the United States will exist in recognizable form in 25 years, given not just Iran’s nuclear program, but its development of ICBMs. As we keep reminding our readers, Iran doesn’t need ICBMs to hit Israel with nuclear weapons. The ICBMs are intended to deliver nuclear payloads to New York, Washington, Chicago, Houston, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
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