Those who trusted the President Obama/John Kerry deal with Iran look quite foolish today as the Free Beacon warns that a “hardline Iranian organization is reportedly offering a $100,000 reward to any person who bombs the newly opened U.S. embassy in Jerusalem.” If this is how they act when a world policy happens to which they don’t agree with, what would happen if they had tons of deadly spent nuclear fuel?
According to reports in Farsi (the language spoken in Iran), the”Iranian Justice Seeker Student Movement” has distributed posters openly calling for attacks on the new embassy and saying that it’s new location is an affront to Muslims. A translation of their hatred in Farsi, Arabic reads, “The Student Justice Movement will support anybody who [sic] destroy the illegal American embassy in Jerusalem.” The group also if offering “$100,000 dollar prize for the person who destroys the illegal American embassy in Jerusalem.”
A Farsi news outlet called SSN wrote of a bomb threat that was discovered, as well. “The Student Movement for Justice declared, ‘Whoever bombs the embassy’s building will receive a $100,000 award. It is necessary to mention that the steps by Trump to transfer the US Embassy to Holy Qods [Jerusalem] has led to the anger and hatred of Muslims and liberators throughout the world.”
Israel had been told that peace would follow if they gave up Gaza and other areas and that the Jewish state would be recognized. If that was/is the case, however, whey was there a “liberator(s)” movement to offend? The goal had been to steal the land from the Jews all along!
Michael Rubin is said to be “a former Pentagon adviser and expert on rogue regimes” who feels that the mindset is rooted all the way to the top of the Iranian leadership who condones it. “Unfortunately, terrorism directed toward diplomats and embassies has become a central pillar of the Islamic Republic’s culture,” he lamented.
“Terrorism is lionized in Iranian schools. This bounty is more the rule than the exception. To blame Washington or Jerusalem is to blame the victim and give terrorists a veto over U.S. policy,” Rubin added.
This is an important point to grasp: terrorists and others can not be allowed to dictate policy from the threat of bomb fuse. If so, then all nations will be beholden to the whims and fancies of terrorists, not their own people. Therefore, to say that President Donald Trump is angering Muslims with this move is to miss the much larger implication of those accusations.
Behnam Ben Taleblu, a “research fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies,” feels the same. “This is nothing short of an invitation to a heinous act of an international terror by a student group that looks up to the world’s foremost state sponsor of terror—the Islamic Republic of Iran,” he correctly observed.
All one has to do is look at the maliceful glare that Iranian leaders have as chants for death to both the U.S. and Israel are heard. Rather than attempting to quell the chanting, leaders in that Middle Eastern nation have said that it only is meant as a unity cry. Would they feel the same if a unity call here elsewhere was, “Death to Iran?”
All of this was happening in the streets as Kerry and Obama inked what Mr. Trump calls the “worst deal in history,” too. Now that embassy has been moved by the sovereign nation of Israel, rather than rely on reasoning, the nation who wants a nuclear power plant over an active fault line is ready to hurl bombs.