Iranian President Dr. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad during his speech at Tehran’s Azadi (Freedom) Square, honoring the 32nd anniversary of the Islamic Revolution (1979) said that Western plan to shape the Middle East in order to maintain US-Israeli dominance of the region is collapsing. Watch a video below.
“In spite of all the satanic schemes, with the help of Allah and the people’s resistance, the new Middle East will turn into a region without the United States and the Zionist regime, and the arrogant powers will have no place in this Middle East,” Ahmadinejad said.
Ahmadinejad congratulated Tunisian and Egyptian people for rising against the western puppet regimes – but cautioned them not to be fooled by the hypocrites (foreign agents) who are already busy sabotaging the revolution.
The term ‘New Middle East’ was coined in June 2006 in Tel Aviv by the Jewish Lobby’s ‘darling Condoleeza Rice’, the US Secretary of States. The idea was to further break-up of the Middle Eastern countries on ethnic and religion basis and put them under weak and pro-USrael secularist regimes, so they never become a threat to US-Israel domination of the region (the map of the NME was drawn by a Zionist Lt. Col. Ralph Peters of US Army). She called the Israeli invasion of Lebanon to finish-off Hizbullah as the ‘birth pangs’ of US-Israeli envision of the ‘New Middle East’. Having failed in Lebanon – Washington banked CIA-Mossad-MI6 evil of axis to create an arc of instability, chaos, and violence extending from Lebanon, Palestine, and Syria to Iraq, the Persian Gulf, Iran to Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Dr. Richard N. Haass, the Zionist Jewish president of the powerful Zionist think tank, Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) wrote in the November-December 2006 issue of CFR magazine: “The age of US dominance in the Middle East has ended and a new era in the modern history of the region has begun. It will be shaped by new actors and new forces competing for influence, and to master it, Washington will have to rely more on diplomacy than on military might”.
The ’birth pang’ which began in South Lebanon – has now spread to Tunis, Egypt, Iraqi Turkistan, Yemen, Algeria, Libya, Bahrain, the West Bank and the Islamic Republic. However, if the people continue their resistance until, though slowly, a true democratic system is established – might result against the NME envisioned by the US, Israel and the EU.
“When I was an undergraduate, the most fascinating, most closely scrutinised event that all students of the Middle East were exposed to was the 1979 Islamic revolution in Iran. That was a truly momentous event. The repercussions for the Middle East were staggering. Political Islam came to the fore as an academic discipline. The political power play in the region shifted with alliances quickly emerging against Iran for fear that its brand of revolutionary zeal would spread. That revolution continues to captivate,” wrote Mohammed Khan in Al-Jazeera, February 22, 2011.
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