Iran should defend Islamic world: top cleric
Apr 18 07:30 AM US/Eastern

If Iran is not taken down just as Iraq was, I see Iran rising and overthrowing Iraq and Saudi Arabia. In doing so Iran would possess all of Islamís most holy sites (Which we have spoken of elsewhere) and therewith build a Caliph to which all Islamic nations would bow to along with all Muslims. We do not normally speak about US Politics here but we will need to make an exception here. The coming election will be extremely important in dealing with the Iran question.If Iran is not taken out, along with its war machine, its bombs, and missiles, its nuclear aspirations, its financial network supporting and supplying terrorists, as well as Iran running terror training bases within its borders, Iran will overthrow all of Islam. And Iran will use its nukes for nuclear blackmail both in the Middle East, and the EU. In the upcoming presidential election; terrorism and in particular Iran being the largest sponsor of Radical Islamic terrorists is by far the issue with the greatest impact for this generation and those in future generations. Oil prices, recession food prices and worldwide famine will also be huge issues as well. May the Lord protect the United States from those within that would seek to do evil. May the Lord hold back those that would seek evil in Iran. May the Lord raise up a seed, a daughter, a bride, a wife that will be without spot or wrinkle that has been washed in The Blood of the Lamb, that has entered into personal Justification/Sanctification with God Himself and are then Apostolos By God Himself to preach the Gospel of the Kingdom to every nation every people and every tongue not loving their lives unto death.May this be so.


A high-ranking Iranian cleric on Friday said the country should grow into a military super power to defend (Seize control of all of Islam and thereby control) all Muslims, following an army parade at a time of mounting tension with the West.

"In a not so distant future, we should reach a point to have the most powerful military equipment in the world so that no one even think about invading our borders." Ayatollah Ahmad Jannati said in his Friday prayer sermon carried live on state radio.

"And not only that of the Islamic republic, but also the borders of Islam ... We must defend oppressed Muslims everywhere so that the enemies do not dare to attack Afghanistan, Palestine and Iraq." (It was Iran that attacked Iraq just a few decades ago)

On Thursday's annual Army Day celebration in Tehran, dozens of fighter jets and other aircraft flew over the parade ground in a bid to show the power of their air force.

Also on display was Iran's Shahab-3 missile, whose range includes Israel and even the fringes of Europe.

The hardline cleric also vowed to cheering worshippers, who chanted "Death to America" and "Death to Israel," that their slogans will materialise.

"I tell you that the death of the United States has come. You shouted Death to the Shah and he died," Jannati said, referring to the monarch overthrown by the 1979 Islamic revolution and who died in exile.

"You say Death to Israel and it is dying. You say Death to America and it does not take so long that its death prayer will be said."

Iran has a longstanding policy of not recognising Israel, and its rhetoric against the country has sharpened during the presidency of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

The president has provoked international outrage by repeatedly predicting that Israel is doomed to disappear and talking about the collapse of great powers. (The EU and eventually the US)

He courted more controversy by playing down the scale of the Holocaust.

Iran is at odds with the West over its disputed nuclear programme, which the United States and its allies fear could be used to make nuclear weapons. Iran insists it only wants to produce nuclear energy.