Tuesday, November 13

When a Mullah is scared...



Apparently Rafsanjani is worried sick. He can sense that a great danger is lurking at the corner, and is threatening the very foundation of the system he had worked really hard to establish. He is upset too, for he cannot stop the crazy-ideologues—the ever loyal victims of Mullahs’ teaching-- who are running the affair of the Islamic Republic. For the sake of his anger, which is not something that he can easily contain since his very own being depends upon the solidity of such foundation, he has taken refuge to Koran and discovered that in that “marvelous divine-poetry” there can be find verses that teach “brotherhood, and unity”.

3 comments:

Roxie said...

brotherhood and unity -- does that mean they unite as brothers to bring jihad to unbelievers? Why am I automatically suspicious when Iranians talk about Islamic brotherhood and unity?

katayoun said...

Dear Roxie:

The Iranians never talk about "brotherhood and unity" like that, only those who have been brain-washed by Islamic teaching will do.
A nation united, as Iranians at some point have to be to bring this tyranny down, will be the hope of every true Iranian.

Winston said...

That's good news!