The Ghost of Snapped Shot

Or, welcome to my low-maintenance heck.

The Curse of Repetitive Insults

Can you imagine any given Christian denomination here in the West giving a convention that looks anything remotely like this?

Iranian visitors walk on a U.S. flag as they pass pictures of Palestinian suicide bombers while visiting the International Koran exhibition at the Imam Khomeini grand mosque in central Tehran September 17, 2007. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)

Incidentally, this is one downright eerie photograph—Somewhat reminiscent of The Grudge.

The Islamic Revolutionary government in Iran is truly working in the same manner as its Soviet trainers did before it:—Every single public event, even one so innocuous as an "international Koran festival," is twisted into a white-hot outpouring of anti-Western sentiment.

Call me old fashioned, but I honestly don't believe that any nation that abuses its citizens so wholly deserves to be considered equal with other nations. Yet here we are, in the suicidally blind 21st century, and countries like Iran are running the show in the halls of their United Puppet Nations.

The fiddler's tab is getting larger by the minute.
REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)

REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)



#1 captainfish 17-Sep-2007
OMG.. you are right. That is just freaky!!! So, this is a festival of the Quran... where they use suicide bombers to ... "celebrate the Quran"???

how does that work when the muslim religion (cough, cough) is being pummeled upon us as being peaceful and harmonious.

How about we promote the Glories of the Christian Bible. We can have pictures of all the people killed who either converted to Christianity or failed to relinquish their faith in Jesus at the hands (literally) of muslims.

We could also highlight how that whenever the Bible comes into a nation that nation becomes more free and loving, compared to the death and misery that follows the muslim believers.

We could cite the length of time our religion has been on this planet compared to the muslim belief. We can cite the attempts through time to quash our faith without success.

We can highlight how every word in the Bible can be validated by the rest of the Bible along with history and archaeological evidence versus the Quran which is basically just a rambling screed.

And, we can highlight the number of nations that are majority Christian versus muslim.

hmmmm.. what else?
#2 Bookworm 18-Sep-2007
Crazy? No. Perceptive? Yes. Iran has become a completely debased culture, which would be a problem solely for its citizenry were it not for that pesky little nuclear issue. Sigh....
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