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August 2, 2006

Iran Planning 'Judgement Day' For Israel And America

Topics: Iran

And the opening salvo could very well be the current conflict.

Via - for more than a year, Iran has been preparing, together with terror organizations it controls and finances, for a confrontation code-named "Al-Qiyamah," which is Arabic for "Judgment Day." Hizbullah's unprovoked war against Israel may well be the first step in this Iranian-inspired conflict.

Iran has bluntly expressed its intentions toward America and Israel. In a military parade held in September 2005, during "Sacred Defense Week," Iran flaunted the latest versions of ballistic missiles produced by its military including the Zilzal 1 and 2. The namesake of this missile is a verse in the Qur'an that tells of the final earthquake that precipitates Judgment Day. The missiles were emblazoned with the slogans: "We will trample America under our feet," "Israel should be wiped off the map," "Death to America," and "Death to Israel."

Participants in Iran's "Judgment Day" plans include Hizbullah in Lebanon, Hizbullah cells in Europe, North America, the Persian Gulf region, Palestinian Islamic Jihad, the leaders of Iraq's insurgency, and the Mahdi Army of Iraq's Muqtada Al-Sadr. Iran's Revolutionary Guards also have reportedly invited operatives from the Mahdi Army to be trained in Iran and have increased its funding to Al-Sadr to over $20 million.

Read it all here...

Yahya Rahim-Safavi, head of Iran's Revolutionary Guards has been quoted as telling Islamic militiamen, "The Basij and Revolutionary Guards should prepare to get even with the Zionists and Americans" and "The timing of the this will be announced by the leader." The leader is Ahmadinejad.

He later retracted the statement; could he have been speaking too soon?

HT - Regime Change Iran

Posted by Richard at August 2, 2006 7:07 AM

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