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Khamenei: ‘The factor of saving the country in different trying times is the religious zeal of the Iranian nation’

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The rulers of the Islamic Republic constantly stress the Islamic character of their regime, and the centrality of Islam to all their acts. Yet this factor is routinely dismissed or ignored outright by the foreign policy “experts” in the State Department.

“Leader Urges Iranian People to Maintain Religious Zeal,” Tasnim News Agency, January 9, 2022 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):

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TEHRAN (Tasnim) – The Leader of the Islamic Revolution said the US’s deep animosity with the Islamic Republic stems from the Iranian people’s religious zeal, adding that the religious zeal has saved the country in different trying times.

“Maintain this religious zeal. The factor of saving the country in different trying times is the religious zeal of the Iranian nation. It is the religious zeal that turns threats into opportunities,” Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei said in a speech on the anniversary of the popular uprising in the holy city of Qom against the former US-backed Pahlavi regime in 1978.

“An example of this was the eight-year imposed war and defense, in which the religious zeal of the youth, fathers, mothers, sisters and wives led the youth to go to the front and win this international war, in which they all worked together to defeat the Imam and the movement. The source was this religious zeal,” the Leader said, according to Press TV.

Ayatollah Khamenei was referring to the war of the 1980s by former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein who invaded Iran with the support of the US and other countries in a bid to stamp out Iran’s nascent revolution led by the late founder of the Islamic Republic Imam Khomeini.

“At the present time, no one thought that – and even our friends did not think that – the martyrdom of Martyr Soleimani which was really a historical and unusual event this incident would assume this much magnificence and that God Almighty would give it glory and exhibit the real identity of the Iranian people and their unity under the coffin of Martyr Soleimani to everyone,” the Leader said.

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Several millions of people turned out in Iranian and Iraqi cities for the funeral of the highly charismatic commander to pay tribute to him and his companions assassinated in the terrorist act and vent their anger at the US when his cortege moved to his final resting place in January 2020.

Ayatollah Khamenei further said, “The martyrdom of a great figure like Martyr Soleimani was a threat from the enemy’s point of view, but the zeal of the Muslim nation of Iran turned this threat into an opportunity that everyone saw.”

“The wrong calculations of the United States are still going on, and the example of this is the martyrdom of Martyr Soleimani,” the Leader said.

“They thought that by eliminating this martyr, the great movement of the Iranian nation would be extinguished, but we saw the enormous movement that took place this year on the second anniversary of his martyrdom.

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“Who was behind it? It was the work and hand of divine power that created this huge movement and expression of devotion.

“The computing system of the enemies is certainly lax and impaired, and they cannot have a correct assessment of the Islamic Republic and thus, they make wrong decisions and fail, and they will fail again from now on,” the Leader added….

Ayatollah Khamenei said the Islamic Republic and the Islamic Revolution were formed for the rule of God.

“In order for the rule of society to be adjusted for religious form and geometry and move forward, the people gave their lives and sacrificed their blood to make this happen; this is one of the principles of the revolution and the enemies want to weaken it,” the Leader said.

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Gravely Sick 31-Year-Old Massachusetts Father Removed From Heart Transplant List Because He’s Not Vaccinated

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Our government tells us everything they’re doing is for our “health” and “safety.”

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All the mask and vax mandates are in place to keep us all safe, so they say, even though people who are triple vaccinated are getting and spreading the COVID virus.

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So, how does that make any sense? That’s what many people are asking, as they watch tyrannical mandates sweep across blue states and cities.

And a new story is getting a lot of attention.

A 31-year-old Massachusetts father was just removed from the “heart transplant list” because he’s not vaccinated.

He’s very ill right now.

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Daily Mail reported that a Boston hospital has taken a gravely ill 31-year-old father-of-two off the donor list for a heart transplant because he ‘does not believe’ in the COVID vaccine.

DJ Ferguson, who has a hereditary heart condition that causes his lungs and heart to fill with blood and fluid, was denied the life-saving organ transplant by Boston Brigham and Women’s Hospital, a teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School.

The hospital said it removed Ferguson from the donor list because all transplant recipients need to get the vaccine in order to ‘create both the best chance for successful operation and also the patient’s survival after transplantation.’

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However, Ferguson’s father, David, said getting vaccinated is ‘kind of against his basic principles’ and that his son ‘doesn’t believe in it.’

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‘I think my boy is fighting pretty damn courageously and he has integrity and principles he really believes in and that makes me respect him all the more… It’s his body. It’s his choice.’

The hospital, which has a list of protocols for transplant candidates that includes a ban on lifestyle choices like smoking and alcohol, said requiring the COVID vaccine is common at many medical center’s throughout the country.

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The mortality rate for transplant recipients who fall ill with COVID is more than 20 percent, according to UCHealth.

My God, this is horrific.

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Ferguson’s family is considering transferring him to another hospital, but his wife said that he may be too weak to move.


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Sweden deports imam for recruitment of Islamic State jihadis across the country

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Imams, Islamic preachers and scholars who teach and spread the jihad ideology against any country in the West are committing treason and should be deported back to their country of origin.

Sweden became one of the most welcoming countries in the West at the height of the Muslim migrant crisis in 2015, and the migrant surge continued for some time after. Thus, Swedish authorities had no idea and still have no idea whom they allowed into their country. One thing is for certain: Islamic State jihadists infiltrated the refugee stream; why wouldn’t they seize upon this golden opportunity? They are at war with the West, which they do not regard as home, but as enemy territory (dar al harb) or the House of War, to be conquered and made part of the House of Islam.

The unknown followers and students taught by Ahmed Ahmed are also a threat to Sweden’s national security. Sweden, however, has no way of knowing how many such jihadis are living among its citizens. Let’s hope Sweden is waking up.

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“Sweden deports imam accused of being an ISIS recruiter,” by Nicky Harley, The National News, January 20, 2022:

An imam suspected of being a recruiter for ISIS has been deported by Sweden after a year in detention.

Ahmed Ahmed, 52, was detained last year on suspicion of being a key figure in the radicalisation and recruitment of ISIS fighters across Sweden, where he had worked in a number of mosques.

Originally from Iraq, Swedish security services deported him last week after a judge ruled he posed a threat to national security.

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It is alleged 14 people connected to him travelled to fight for ISIS.

In a 2015 raid on his home, images of ISIS fighters and Osama bin Laden were allegedly found on his phone along with a picture of the Jordanian pilot who was burnt alive by ISIS.

A preliminary investigation against him was dropped and the imam denied the allegations.

“I can confirm that he has been deported,” his lawyer Alparslan Tügel told newspaper Aftonbladet.

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He is one of several imams the Swedish government has detained prior to deportation.

Despite criminal charges not proceeding, investigators alleged that he had contact with most of the people in Örebro who had joined ISIS.

Terrorist researcher Magnus Ranstorp told Swedish newspaper Doku that Mr Ahmed was a key recruiter.

“He has been important when it comes to recruitment in Örebro but he has also worked in other cities such as Gothenburg, Stockholm and Eskilstuna,” he said.

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“He is a travelling radicaliser and recruiter. It is important to remove important security threats to Sweden — this will affect the security situation in the future.”

It is understood Iraq refused to accept Mr Ahmed, so he was placed on flight to Turkey and given a small amount of money, a mobile phone and a plane ticket to Iraq, his wife told Aftonbladet.

Five top Muslim clerics, including a school chancellor, were detained following a series of raids linked to suspected extremism in Sweden in 2019.

Swedish security service Sapo arrested three imams, the head of one of the country’s leading state-funded Islamic schools and one of the imam’s sons.

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Of those arrested, the School of Science’s former principal Abdel Nasser El Nadi has voluntarily left Sweden to avoid deportation.

Swedish authorities have faced domestic and international criticism for failing to arrest and prosecute returning ISIS fighters, and suggestions that the country could be viewed as a sanctuary for terrorists.

The crackdown comes as the Swedish government seeks to bring in tougher laws to target extremists….

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