Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Taqiyah – Lying to Infidels is Permissible

When dealing with the Iranians, the Taqiyah comes into play. The word translates loosely into, “lying to an infidel is permitted under any circumstances, and the Iranians have become masterful at deceit and fabrication. Director of Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization, Fereydoon Abbasi, told me, “Sometimes the Iranians present certain weaknesses that they don’t have, and sometimes, they present certain strengths that they don’t have.”My old friend Former Israeli ambassador to the United States, Dore Gold, believes, “By admitting that their diplomacy has been based on a series of lies, the Iranians put into doubt whether any of their statements can be relied upon.”
  • The enrichment of uranium: While reaching the 90 percent necessary to have an actual weapons grade product, much damage can still be done with the lower-level 20 percent uranium. Reaching the 20 percent mark of enrichment is the most difficult first step. From there, the difficulty in reaching the 90 percent mark decreases exponentially.  The Wall Street Journal has reported that according to various experts, Iran is merely a few months from reaching the 90 percentile level of enrichment. And, nuclear facilities in Isfahan, Natanz, Fordow (near Qum), and Busheir are working at capacity to reach Iran President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s goal.
  • President Obama also seems convinced that while the centrifuges are rapidly spinning, Iranian leaders have been wringing their hands because uranium would soon be available, but they had no way to deliver the detestable product. Not! The Iranians have been working diligently to produce a missile capable of reaching designated targets. Missile drills have become a matter of course. There is, too, the danger of having nuclear materials delivered by more mundane methods such as a suitcase bomb. In an interview with James Woolsey, former director of the CIA, for my #1 New York Times bestselling book, The Final Move beyond Iraq, he stated:
The amount of nuclear material you need for a bomb is twenty-five to thirty-five pounds—about the size of volleyball or maybe a basketball. But getting an Iranian set of fissionable material–and then assembling a bomb once you’ve got it into the country—could well be done once they have that kind of material.
  • When talking about sending mixed signals, one must include the current administration. To Iran, the signal is that the US is weak and indecisive—a ready target. To the Israelis, the signal is, “Under the current president, you stand alone in the crosshairs of a hostile enemy.” So blatant is the Obama administration’s disregard for Israel’s safety, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Martin Dempsey has stated that he had no “wish to be complicit” in any decision to attack Iran’s nuclear facilities.
  • Ahmadinejad’s whom I have met with face to face and arranged the Fox news network only interview aim is a Shi’a Muslim caliphate worldwide he boldly told me so.. His targets would include not only Christians and Jews, but those Muslims that did not embrace his brand of Islam—such as the Sunnis in Saudi Arabia. Once Iran possesses nuclear capabilities, a race to acquire the same ability would rapidly spread across the Middle East.
  • The truth lies in a statement by the Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini during the Iran Revolution in 1979: Israel is the “Little Satan” and the United States is the “Great Satan.” Since the seizure of the American Embassy in Tehran and the ensuing hostage situation that lasted 444 days, the United States has been in an undeclared war with Iran. Shot after shot has been fired across the bow of this great Ship of State—the attack on the Marine barracks in Beirut, Lebanon, that left 241 troops dead; improvised explosive devices exported to Iraq which were responsible for the deaths and mutilation of numerous US troops; facilitators in the attacks on September 11, 2001; and thwarted attacks on US soil, i.e., The targeting of a Saudi Arabian diplomat.
Iran’s lack of capability to achieve nuclear weapons status in the near future: Taqiyah

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