Last week, I saw love pouring from anti-Muslim Zionist Jews for Iranian people. First, Israeli President Shimon Peres sent a fake peace message to Iranian nation, asking it to rise against its popular President Ahmadinejad. Then came a letter from an unelected Canadian Jewish Senator, Linda Farum (sister of Dubya Bush’s Jewish speech-writer David Farum). She wrote a letter to Thorbjorn Jagland, Chairman Nobel Committeee in Oslo, Norway – asking him to nominate Iran’s jailed Ayatullah Hossein Kazemeyni Boroujerdi, for the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize.
Lind’a Jewish love for a discredited Iranian cleric whose nation is about to be slaughtered by a nuclear Holocaust for the pleasure of Zionist Jews in Israel – is nothing but a ‘Chutzpa’. However, beneath western love for the Ayatullah lies his hatred toward Islamic Revolution (1979), and the Islamic State.
Ayatullah Hossein Kazemeyni Boroujerdi preaches separation between state and religion which is against the Islamic tenets. This is a secularist concept and was rejected in the true messages of prophet Moses and Jesus. The Ayatullah’s other attraction to anti-Muslim Zionist Jews and Christians – is that the Ayatullah never forget greeting Jews and Christians on their religious holidays. He has written letters to Israel-Firsters Hillary Clinton and Ki-Moon.
Ayatollah Hossein Kazemeyni Boroujerdi was sentenced to 11 years in jail in June 2007 following a trial behind closed doors that found him guilty of 30 charges including acting against national security and having links with anti-revolutionaries and spies.
His supporters say the charges stemmed from his opposition to the involvement of religious clerics in politics and his public criticism of the country’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. Boroujerdi, an outspoken Shia cleric has repeatedly called the concept of political leadership by the clergy unlawful and has described Tehran’s regime as a “religious dictatorship”.
The 54-year-old cleric, who is currently held in Tehran’s Evin prison in a ward designated for dissident clerics, was initially given a death sentence before an appeals court reduced it to 11 years in jail. He was found guilty of insulting the supreme leader, spreading propaganda against the regime and moharebeh or waging war against God, a charge that carries the death penalty under Iranian law.