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Iranian Nukes: Posturing on Al Quds Day?

As you might recall from last year's festivities, "Al Quds Day" is not the "celebration" of Jerusalem ("Al Quds") that it is presented as by the simpletons in the press. In reality, it is a coordinated political display of anti-Western and anti-American propaganda. This year promises to be just as exciting, so be sure to mark your calendars:

Good, clean, family fun.
Qods Day is held each year on the last Friday of Muslims fasting month of Ramadan after it was nominated by the late Founder of the Islamic Republic, Imam Khomeini, as a day to voice the protest of the Islamic Ummah against the Zionists.

The day falls on October 12 this year.

"The US loses all opportunities to cooperate with regional and other world states by trying to support a regime (the Zionist regime) which is now at its weakest political and social position," Elham said.

He warned that Washington's insistence on its wrong policies and arrogant approaches would have no result "but further political disgrace" for itself.

Referring to the approaching World Qods Day, the spokesman stressed, "Supporters of the Zionist regime will definitely receive the final response for their support on that day."

It is worth noting that Iran has a tendency to make pronouncements like this quite often, so the result of their threat is likely to be yet another big nothing—but the protest photos are sure to be priceless! Be sure to check out my gallery of last year's "celebrations" to get a good idea of what to expect.

  #War Watch


#1 captainfish 19-Sep-2007
Why is the dude holding tongs in his right hand? is he going to serve the quran as a side dish?

and I dont get the comic behind him. what's the deal with the camera on the shoulder? is the dude with the gun supposed to be american? The whole thing loses something in the translation i guess.
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