Wednesday, January 24, 2007

The Dangers Of Fighting Judah

A great shakening is going to happen, and it has just begun. Ahmadinejad is feeling the heat of it. I would say that:'It’s just a matter of time'.

If Ahmadinejad continues to make his own mistakes, will the West have waited out, perhaps unintentionally, Iran’s unyielding position on the nuclear program? These domestic rumblings suggest that even in pursuing a grand bargain with Iran (as has been suggested by several experts) it may be best to take it slow. A real negotiation could do without Ahmadinejad’s ultimatums and exclamations.

Wisdom is , be sincere, truthful, and most importantly, do not touch Judah – Touch not my Anointed. If you don’t believe the Bible, I would say, the history books are there. Judah is Judah and will always remain Judah.

Ahmadinejad is trying to play it brave in his latest attempt:

In the latest round of inflammatory comments from Iran’s president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said the demise of Israel is "imminent” and the U.S. will soon die as well.

This reminds me of the day the coalition forces entered Bagdad to get rid of Saddam, the then information Minister, Muhammed Saeed al-Sahaf, was still playing it brave when he said :

"The soldiers of Saddam Hussein have given them a lesson they will never forget,"

It is just a matter of time, when the peace loving people in Iran will do the job.

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