Islamic republic of Iran remains the most dangerous and prolific sponsor of Islamic terrorism. Former Deputy undersecretary of Defense Jed Babbin reports that islamic republic of Iran might be falling apart. Unfortunately our intelligence agencies are not in contact with opposition and Hussein obama has refused to support the opposition against the dictator.
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Ahmadinejad and the Ayatollahs By jed Babbin who served as a Deputy Undersecretary of Defense under George H.W. Bush.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad may soon be ousted from office by the ayatollahs who control Iran. More importantly, there may be a split within the principal Iranian military/terrorist force that is destabilizing the regime.
This is not another popular uprising like the one that led to the ouster of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. But it may be related to the so-called “Arab spring” in an oddly Iranian way.
For at least two months, Ahmadinejad is reportedly saying that the uprisings in many Arab states are a sign that the Mahdi’s reappearance is imminent. The Mahdi is the mythic “twelfth imam” whose return to earth is supposed to be brought about by an apocalyptic event and result in an all- Islamic paradise on earth.
A cult of personality has grown around Ahmadinejad. Though he denies it, Ahmadinejad has been identified by several former American hostages as one of the hostage-takers in the 1979 seizure of American embassy in Tehran. He joined the Iranian Revolutionary Guard after the 1979 revolution and was appointed mayor of Tehran in 2003. He was “elected” to Iran’s presidency in 2005. Feted various times at the UN and Columbia University, Ahmadinejad has been an almost-Westernized public face of the regime, an Izod ayatollah, dressed in a blue blazer and tan slacks for an interview in 2009 with CBS’s Mike Wallace.
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