Farewell to Iran’s President Ahmadinejad


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Today, marks the end of Dr. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s two-term (8 year) presidency. Today, tens of millions Iranians are casting their votes to elect a new president to guide the nation for the next four years. Ahmadinejad, no doubt, is the most hated Iranian president by the world Zionist movement. He has been called Hitler, a Jew, dictator, mad-man, antisemite, and by dozen other names.

On July 11, 2009, I posted an article, titled ‘Ahmadinejad beyond Zionist propaganda‘, in which I wrote:

“The ordinary citizen in Islamic Iran – and they constitute the majority of population – considered Ahmadinejad to be one of their own. And he pretty much said what was on their minds. Ahmadinejad comes across to the average person in the Republic as honest, modest, and free of artificiality. His body is slim just like theirs; his face is not puffed up with the layers of affluence that come from being a “president”. One could easily confuse Ahmadinejad with any worker or craftsman in a field or in a shop. The majority of people in Islamic Iran knows Ahmadinejad’s simple lifestyle well. He comes from a blacksmith family in the small town of Aradan – which has about forty families – a place so vague and remote that it barely appears on the map!”

To the above, I would like to add some of tributes paid to Ahmadinejad by Jewish, Christian and Catholic bloggers in the past.

In September 2006, after hearing Ahmadinejad’s first speech at the UN General Assembly, American writer and women rights activist, Joanna Francis, said that Iranian President Sounds More Like a Pope than Benedict XVI.

“The battle between Ahmadinejad and Blair is not political or diplomatic one, it’s not about points. It’s actually a clash between civilizations, a fight between humanism and cold pragmatism. As it emerges, in this battle, it’s Ahmadinejad rather than Blair who reminds us where goodness rest. Seemingly, a man who has been repeatedly presented by our deluded Western media as a ‘radical’ ‘fundamentalist’ and ‘Islamofacist’ has proved beyond doubt that it is actually him who knows what forgiveness and grace are all about. It was Ahmadinejad who has pardoned the enemy (British sailors and American Jewish spies), it was Ahmadinejad that evoked some prospects of a peaceful future,” said Gilad Atzmon, an Israeli-born Jew who served in Jewish army.

On September 25, 2009, American writer John Kaminski said: “I wish we had a president as decent as Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the current and outspoken president of Iran. I mean, just compare the two men as human beings. Mr. Ahmadinejad seems like a decent guy from the neighborhood, trying to tell the truth while being trampled by the demonic Jewish spin machine. And here is George W. Bush (interchangeable with Barack Obama, as have been all American presidents since U.S. Grant), revealing himself to the world as a lying, pathological killer. Hey, which one would you choose?”.

On March 22, 2011, United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) top envoy, professor Richard Falk (Jewish) in an interview with Kevin Barrett, Ph.D, praised Ahmadinejad while challenged the official 9/11 story.

On June 14, 2013, Mark Glenn, an American Catholic author and radio talkshow host, posted an Open letter of gratitude from the people of the world to Iran and Ahmadinejad. In the article, Glenn compared Zionists’ crusade against Ahmadinejad to Jewish persecution of Christ over 2,000 years ago:

I am sure, Mr. President–as much as I am sure that tomorrow follows today–that we are not alone in our appreciation for you and for all you have done for the cause of justice and truth over the last 8 years. As much as I know my own skin, I know there are people the world over – good people who have not been infected with this virus of evil that seem to have pervaded so much of the world these days–who are also reflecting on the importance of what today – your last day in office – represents to them in a very personal manner.

In the Christian tradition, we read about how Jesus Christ said something which was as much a warning to His enemies as it was a source of hope to his friends and followers when He personally condemned the Jewish leadership of His own day by saying – “You snakes! You brood of vipers! How will you escape being condemned to hell? Therefore I am sending you prophets and sages and teachers. Some of them you will kill and crucify; others you will flog in your synagogues and pursue from town to town…,

And finally, listen below to a delegate of Torah Jewish leaders who met Ahmadinejad in New York in September 2012, and praising and blessing the President.

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