UN Special Coordinator for Lebanon, Micheal Williams said that states of toxication , nausea and fainting that Lebanese students suffered from in Maghdosha town are due to Israeli war planes' smoke during flying over the region. [...]Meanwhile, back in Syria's ally Iran, Ayatollah Kashani has delivered the Friday sermon:
Tehran's Interim Friday Prayers Leader Ayatollah Mohammad Emami Kashani has emphasized on materialization of unity and solidarity among world's Muslims. He noted that enemies are continuously hatching conspiracies against Muslims, while adding that: "US leaders, the Zionist regime and their supporters are hoping for differences of opinion and rifts among Muslims and try their utmost to cause discord among Shiites and Sunnis. But they are doomed to fail and their ominous wishes will never come true."We were so busy worrying about the nukes, we didn't pay attention to the fatal clout!
Ayatollah Emami Kashani underlined that the world is currently witness to Islamic system's elevated clout and honor, while adding that Western states and a few of their collaborating and mercenary Arab leaders are concerned over the development of Islam and have realized that the Islamic establishment has attracted the international community. Meanwhile, the Islamic system's clout deals a fatal blow to them.
Referring to the visit of Supreme Leader of Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei to Kurdistan Province, western Iran, Ayatollah Emami Kashani reminded the suppression of Kurds by Iran's former dictatorship in the pre-revolution era, while adding that upon the establishment of Islamic system, the entire Iranian nation gained elevated honor and dignity.He is prone to use hatching imagery. Perhaps as a youth, the Ayatollah Kashani had a traumatic experience that involved chickens.
Also referring to Iran's presidential election due to be held soon, Ayatollah Emami Kashani noted that a high turnout in the presidential poll will foil the plots hatched by the enemies against Islamic Republic of Iran.
Crossposted on Soccer Dad