Iran leader defends Israel remark

BBC News:

Attending an anti-Israel rally in Tehran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said his remarks were "just" - and the criticism did not "have any validity".

Our Holy Spirit answers:

Not that criticism has any validity ever. "First cast out the beam out of thine own eye," means you cannot see the entire picture, you cannot see what is REALLY going on, if you are looking with human eyes. I AM with you always and I can see clearly, but you must turn to Me. Nonetheless, this leader is bent on destroying himself and his country. He is inviting the world to attack him, just as Saddam Hussien invited attack. A death wish is very common among Muslims these days, wouldn't you say? Yet I tell you: what you really, really, really want is the fullness of life. Pray with all your heart that all leaders of all countries start listening to My Voice.

3 comments:

andy said...

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SactoDan said...

Perhaps we will oblige him.

E Mullah الیکٹرونک مُلا said...

Not among many muslims. There are muslims like me who condemn this. Remember the Rushdie fatwa! They are just stupid to make such remarks.