Sunday, April 19, 2009

IRIB Radio: "Mossad Recruiting for al-Qaeda"

As long as they don't figure out that Ahmadinejad himself is a Zionist agent:
An Algerian daily, an-Nahar, disclosed the close collaboration of the Zionist spy apparatus, Mossad, with the terrorist group al-Qaeda in deceiving and training Algerian youths to join the supposedly anti-US and anti-Israeli network, which in fact is the brainchild of the CIA. The daily writes that Israel has set up training camps in some parts of Morocco, Yemen and Algeria to recruit militias for al-Qaeda in order to destabilize the Muslim world and to try to tarnish the image of Islam.

As disclosed, the raw recruits - most of them holding dual European nationality - are dispatched illegally to the occupied land called Israel by the West.

It is worth noting that for the past 8 years since al-Qaeda became notorious on the international scene, Iranian analysts had pointed to the secret relationship of the ringleaders of this CIA-set up terrorist network with Mossad and the Zionist entity.
In the same vein.

Elsewhere in the Iranian press, Ahmadinejad is fed up with thugs:
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Sunday proposed that the national police should round up thugs and force them to do hard labor like working in "mines and deserts" until they repent their evil behaviors.

The national police should also be vigilant about other groups that seek to damage the Iranian people’s culture, he said in a speech in a police conference in Tehran. [...]
Those American reports should be allowed to "freely defend themselves," however:
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad issued a letter on Sunday to Tehran’s prosecutor Saeed Mortazavi, calling for administration of justice in dealing with the cases of detained reporters Roxana Saberi and Hossein Derakhshan.

According to the Presidential office, the letter called on Tehran’s prosecutor to precisely handle the case, observe administration of justice and ensure that the accused persons can freely and legally defend themselves. [...]
That's a relief . . .

Crossposted on Soccer Dad

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