Skip to comments.Mullahs Declare War on U.S.
Posted on 04/06/2004 2:36:03 PM PDT by faludeh_shirazi
Nobody else is saying it, so, once again, it is left to me to explain what really happened in Iraq yesterday.
Iran declared war on the U.S.
The signs have been there for a long time. I don't know if they have been intentionally ignored by U.S. forces in Iraq, or whether there is some master plan at the Defense Department to deal with this scenario.
All I can tell you is we are now fighting a regional war. Our local opposition in Iraq is being trained, armed and directed with foreign support by neighboring Iran.
The uprising yesterday was treated in many initial news accounts as a spontaneous uprising directed by Najaf cleric Moktada al-Sadr.
What the other news accounts left out was one significant, but well-established fact: Al-Sadr works for Iran. He is an Iranian agent. His authority comes from Iran.
Last April, an Iranian cleric, Kadhem al-Husseini al-Haeri, issued a religious edict and distributed to Shiite mullahs in Iraq, calling on them "to seize the first possible opportunity to fill the power vacuum in the administration of Iraqi cities."
The edict, or fatwa, issued April 8, 2003, showed that Shiite clerics in Iraq are receiving significant direction from Iran. The edict said that Shiite leaders have to "seize as many positions as possible to impose a fait accompli for any coming government."
"People have to be taught not to collapse morally before the means used by the Great Satan if it stays in Iraq," the fatwa read. "It will try to spread moral decay, incite lust by allowing easy access to stimulating satellite channels and spread debauchery to weaken people's faith."
The fatwa also instructed the cleric's followers to "raise people's awareness of the Great Satan's plans and of the means to abort them."
On April 7, the day American troops effectively toppled Hussein's government by seizing its main seats of power in Baghdad, al-Haeri sent a handwritten letter to the city of Najaf, appointing Moktada al-Sadr as his deputy in Iraq.
Haeri wrote: "We hereby inform you that Mr. Moktada al-Sadr is our deputy and representative in all fatwa affairs."
It added: "His position is my position."
Also last April, WorldNetDaily reported that Iran had armed and trained some 40,000 Shiite Iraqi fighters most former prisoners of war captured during the Iran-Iraq war and sent them to Iraq to foment an Islamic revolution. The report originated in my premium, online, intelligence newsletter G2 Bulletin.
The report said this small army represents the vanguard of Iran's effort to subvert the U.S.-led liberation of Iraq and use the toppling of Saddam Hussein's regime for its own ends.
"Ayatollah Mohammed Ba[ghe]r [H]akim is on record pledging more than once to his followers a plan to impose Islamic rule over Iraq with the help of Iran," reports G2 Bulletin. "The Tehran ayatollahs, or the Pasadran, the powerful revolutionary guard, repeatedly have been telling the Iraqis they would be their legitimate allies and partners. In such a scenario, there is no room for the U.S. The coalition that liberated Iraq is seen by the Iraqi Shiite militants and their Iranian sponsors as a tool for handing Iraq over to them without the need to use a massive force of their own."
Iran has clear objectives in Iraq. The only question is whether the United States still has clear objectives in Iraq and whether Washington recognizes that this war front just got wider.
You're crazy if you think we're going after Iran right now.
It's your turn, faludeh. Fight your own battles.
Why don't the citizens of Iran rise up and fight these hard liners? I'm really pulling for them as I know they want freedom, but we need some help. Our military is spread too thin as it is.
. . .and don't forget our Democrats here at home; doing whatever they can to help as well. For sure; they let the Opposition know, every day. . .that they share their pain.
This has been a very serious loss for Iran IMHO. But maybe they didn't expect much. Cause a little trouble and see if anything fell their way.
It should be immediate, swift, and overwhelming. Give a few hours for anyone who doesn't want to be a part of it to surrender or vacate the area, and then completely destroy!
According to Oliver North (whom I respect), these mullahs, Imams & Ayatollahs (a.k.a. "Muslim clerics") are neither religious or spiritual (unless you count demonic) leaders. They are mafia-gangster style thugs with their own turf and private armies. Their headquarters are these religious shrines and mosques that they hide in, keep weapons caches and munitions and explosives in and often shoot from.
These guys shoot from behind women and children. Women, to them, are worthless. Children, to them are like Doritos: "no problem, we'll make more"...
This, in my opinion is like the Israelites crossing into the Promissed Land... They had to kill men women and children because nobody was "innocent" in those cities, towns and areas... the term "kill them all and let God sort it out" is not entiirely flippent nor glib. The innocent, who really are innocent, God will judge and take care of. The guily will go to their 'reward'. Our snipers would do well to focus in on these so-called thug clerics and take them out systematically one after another.
So, I agree with you. The responce should be 'immediate, swift and overwhelming'. Real and true "shock and awe" in every sense of the word...even if that includes M.O.A.B.S., Daisy Cutters, 4,000 Lb bombs and cluster bombs and those gunships letting loose everything the've got to level the "Suni Triangle".
I fully believe you will see a very passive Iraq after that. Even the Shiites full of themselves will think again about an "uprising".
As for Iran, if we know where these snak-heads are then send in the stealths to drop bunker-busters on their hideouts just like we did to Saddam...or get the Israelis to...
Well...that's NEVER going to happen so if we have to kill all of them, so be it. I, for one, will NEVER worship Allah! Jesus Christ died for me, and He is my Lord and Savior. I will worship the one TRUE God, and it ain't Allah. ;-)
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