May 29, 2020

Please follow & like us :)


Yemen site: "Protocols" are a myth but Iranians are taking a page from them

This is progress, of sorts.

Yemeni news site Tehama Press has an interesting op-ed:

Experience has proven that the Iranian regime does not seek to make peace with its Arab neighbors, but its main concern is the restoration of the glories of a defunct empire, where they converted Arab Shiite youth to firewood and cannon fodder for their sectarian treacherous, war. This  danger of this system to usurp all political, religious and military areas  exceeds the Israeli danger itself, and we have to be ready for military confrontation with them to end their ambitions, and reduce the risk of [Iran’s] sectarian project which is growing by supporting terrorist organizations and militias in the region.

…Although modern analysts say that that these Protocols [of the Elders of Zion] are incorrect and fraudulent despite their spread on a large scale between 1902 and 1920, but it can not be denied that what Iran seeks to reach today is much more dangerous than The Protocols of the Elders of Zion. The Protocols only wanted to dominate and exterminate the Christians,  while the protocols of Iran seek the malicious destruction of Arab societies and the demonization of Muslims, and the elimination of the ties that bind members of the Arab communities, Sunni and Shi’a Muslims and Christians.

If you read The Protocols of the Elders of Zion , you will find myriad parallels between them and the velayat – e faqih projects and actions and interventions of Iran in the Arab region and the world .

I do not recall this much hate for Iran and Shiites back when Iran started to flex its muscles to become a world power. Right now Israel, as despised as it remains in the Arab world, is not nearly as loathed as Iran is among Sunni Arabs.

We have lots of ideas, but we need more resources to be even more effective. Please donate today to help get the message out and to help defend Israel.

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.