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Larijani Condemns US Over Koran Burning

From the Iranian Students News Agency:

Iranian politicians attend a meeting with Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei (not pictured) in Tehran August 18, 2010. The politicians are (from L to R) judiciary chief Sadeq Larijani, Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani, former judiciary chief Mahmoud Hashemi Shahroudi, head of Iran’s Assembly of Experts Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, grandson of Iran’s Late Leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, Hasan Khomeini and President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

Larijani warns US over brutal measure of burning Quran

September 13, 2010

TEHRAN (ISNA) – Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani warned the US to stop support for brutal measure of burning Quran.

In a message, Larijani said, "I warn the US administration to either end support for such a barbarous action or wait for Muslims’ crushing response."

What “support” would that be? – And as to their “crushing response,” do they have nuclear weapons?

His message came as some extremists Americans in a condemned measure burned copies of Holy Quran on Sunday in some states of America.

The Iranian press sounds just like that bridge-builder ‘Imam’ Rauf.

Larijani called for parliament speakers and lawmakers of Islamic countries to show a swift and firm reaction to the unprecedented crime.

"Today, the disgraceful defeat of the US army in Afghanistan and Iraq and its failure to confront nations of Iran, Lebanon, Palestine and Pakistan has forced the US officials’ to conduct insane behaviors," Iranian Parliament Speaker said in his message.

"Insult to Holy Quran is a barbarous action in modern era and those who claim they are advocating democracy and freedom have fueled new wave of global hatred against the US through their silence towards insult to Holy Book of Muslims, "he noted.

"No doubt that such a bitter incident harms spiritual and religious feelings of hundreds of millions of Muslims and followers of divine religions and makes it very hard to compensate."

Just when we were getting along so well, too.

Oh, well. At least now we don’t have to allow the ‘Ground Zero mosque’ to go forward. Since they already hate us.

This article was posted by Steve on Monday, September 13th, 2010. Comments are currently closed.

8 Responses to “Larijani Condemns US Over Koran Burning”

  1. Right of the People says:

    Oooooh, I’m scared. Bugger your Koran and you too, Larijani!

  2. proreason says:

    When will Obamy put a stop to all this hate?

  3. beautyofreason says:

    “the unprecedented crime…”

    Hey like burning flags and Bibles and effigies of the U.S. President?

    These mullahs and their bedded enablers crack me up.

    Whenever a liberal says it’s stupid to believe “they hate us for our freedoms,” show them the letter from Thomas Jefferson describing the Barbary Pirates who were instructed to make war on all countries not under Mohammad.

    Same game.

  4. NoNeoCommies says:

    Lets wallpaper our military vehicles with pages from the Koran.
    Lets have our soldiers place them over their flack vests.
    When the enemy admits that it has no problem “defiling” their “holy book” in those cases, start burning them in large piles.

  5. canary says:

    NoNeoCommies I couldn’t find koran in army surplus store, and sure wouldn’t buy one. My sniper buddy wanted a copy to understand the enemy better then use as toilet paper is there is always a shortage for our soldiers. Now I’m glad I couldn’t.

    “No doubt that such a bitter incident….and makes it very hard to compensate.”

    They will of course try and sue, for their mental pain & suffering, doing rituals of praying & washing 100 times a day, fasting, execute a few in prison, and of course women will have it worse as sex will be banned.

  6. AcornsRNutz says:

    Breaking news!

    Obama’s response: We will burn a pile of korans a day until we get ALL of our illegally detained citizens back. You know, the ones they have had for a year without any reprisal.

    Edit; I just heard that the sick one was returned, and the other two are simply being detained while they await indictment on charges. Boy, if only we had Iran’s legal system where you don’t just wait a year for a trial, you wait a year to find out why you were detained in a country that you are not a citizen of. And the response from the state department is: “Arizona is a civil right violator”.

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