Saturday, January 25, 2020

Netanyahu Brands Iran 'The Most Anti-Semitic Regime in the World' at Holocaust Forum

Ed.'s note: Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu claims Iran is the most "Anti-semitic regime" in the world and nobody even bats an eyelash. Benjamin Netanyahu has spoken. We're all supposed to now take Netenyahu's words at face value and not doubt in the least his blanket statement. Yes, Iran is the most "Anti-Semitic regime in the world" when there are thousands of Jews living in Iran and even have their own synagogues to worship in. Jews living in Iran are secure and happy and could care less what goes on inside Israel, and that goes for Iranians as well. Most Iranians don't concern themselves with what goes on inside Israel. Netanyahu's statement that Iran is the most "Anti-Semitic regime in the world " is a bold face political lie. This is all political theater going on between Israel's regime and Tehran's regime with Israel's regime leader Netanyahu calling Iran's leaders "the tyrants of Tehran" and "Nazis." At the highest levels this is all being carefully coordinated based on "Iran's obtaining nuclear weapons" which is the biggest financial fraud of the 20th century.

Source: Sputnik

January 23, 2020

The prime minister, who is busy hosting the Fifth World Holocaust Forum in Jerusalem this week, has repeatedly compared the Islamic Republic to Nazi Germany in recent years over Tehran's alleged pursuit of nuclear weapons.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has used the platform of the ongoing World Holocaust Forum to accuse Iran of being "the most anti-Semitic regime" in the world.
"I am concerned that we have yet to see a unified and resolute stance against the most anti-Semitic regime on the planet. A regime that openly seeks to develop nuclear weapons and annihilate the one and only Jewish state," Netanyahu said, speaking to world leaders on Thursday.
Saluting US President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence for "confronting the tyrants of Tehran," Netanyahu accused the Islamic Republic of posing a threat not only to Israel, but to the "peace and security of the entire world," and called on governments worldwide "to join the vital effort of confronting Iran."

Pence was one of dozens of foreign leaders including Russian President Vladimir Putin, French President Emmanuel Macron, Prince Charles and others taking part in the event, dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp from the Nazis.
"I wish to assure again our people and all our friends, Israel will do whatever it must do to defend our state, defend our people and defend the Jewish future," Netanyahu stressed. 
The Israeli prime minister and other senior Israeli officials have repeatedly accused Iran of anti-Semitism, and have compared Tehran's alleged nuclear programme to the Nazis' brutal genocide of millions of European Jews. On Tuesday, Netanyahu told US media that "the lessons of Auschwitz" included the necessity to "stop bad things when they're small - and Iran is a very bad thing."

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