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Iran’s Move to Rule the World
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By Bill Wilson, KIN Senior Analyst
Wash—Mar 14—KIN—In the chess game of international power, Iran has gone largely unchecked in its quest to establish a worldwide Islamic theocracy. Cloaked by a heavy garment of Russian and Chinese protection, Iran has moved to establish a worldwide terror network and is progressing rapidly in obtaining or building nuclear weapons, according to an analysis of several reports.
Not since Hitler in pre-World War II Germany has a country and its leaders been so bold in making international moves of aggression. Ahmadinejad summed up his country’s foreign policy goals in a speech to Iranian ambassadors to other countries. He said “optimal expansion of relations in all areas with various countries is the unalterable principle of the Islamic Republic’s foreign policy.” Ahmadinejad, however, said that there were two nations with which Iran would not seek peace. He said, “But the Great Satan (the United States), as long as it keeps its current identity, and the illegitimate occupying regime of Israel are exceptions.” These are the nations who currently stand guarding the gate for Iran to aggressively pursue a worldwide plan to establish Islam as the dominant religion and government.
Already, Iran has announced plans to open diplomatic offices in Gaza and the West Bank to shore up relations between the Palestinians and the rogue Islamic nation. Iran has aggressively pursued relations with Syria, Egypt, Libya and other Middle East nations. Iran is a large trading partner with Europe, including Great Britain and France, who sit with permanency on the United Nations Security Council, and have veto power over sanctions and military actions along with longstanding and vocal allies, Russia and China. And Iran has moved into the Western Hemisphere by courting Argentina’s rogue president Hugo Chevez. The two nations have signed a mutual strategic minerals exploration agreement, an attempt to warm up previously chilled foreign relations between the two nations.
Faced with pressure from the U.N. Security Council, Iran is defiant over its nuclear program. But this time, its not just Iran’s radical figure-head president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad who’s doing the talking. The supreme ruler of Iran, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said his country sees any retreat on the nuclear issue as a threat to Iran’s sovereignty and he ordered the rogue nation’s diplomats to defend Iran’s nuclear program. Ahmadinejad echoed Khamenei’s comments in a separate speech attended by thousands in Northern Iran and added, "Rest assured that the technology to produce nuclear fuel today is in the hands of the youth of this land and no power can take it back from us."
The fight over whether Iran should have a nuclear program is taking center stage, but there are many more things Iran is doing tucked behind the coattails of Russia and China, who will block any U.N. sanctions or military action against the terrorist nation. Iran financially supports Hezbollah and Islamic Jihad, and has publicly said it will support Hamas to the tune of some $250 million—all three terrorist groups have as their stated purpose to annihilate Israel. Iran coordinates its terrorist efforts with al Qaeda. Iran is sending insurgents into Iraq, who are making bombs and killing Iraqis and American soldiers. And Iran’s strategic minerals deal with Argentina signals that Argentina will likely supply Iran with uranium.
Ahmadinejad recently threatened the United States with harm if America continued to press against Iran’s nuclear program. And Iran, by admission of Ahmadinejad himself, aspires to rule the world with an Islamic theocracy. Iran, modern day Persia, is a satanic stronghold. When the Angel of the Lord came to Daniel with a latter day revelation he was delayed. Daniel 10:13, “But the prince of the kingdom of Persia withstood me twenty one days; and behold, Michael, one of the chief princes, came to help me, for I had been left alone there with the kings of Persia.” We must prayerfully consider the signs of the times in which we live. Call on Christ, our protector in times of need.
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