“We distinguish between Jews and Zionists. Zionism has nothing to do with religion,” Imam Khomeini told the leaders of Jewish community, who called on him in 1979.
Being part of Nazi regime, Zionist leaders are quite aware of propaganda techniques of Joseph Geobbel (d. 1945) - How to keep repeating lies till they are accepted truth by ignorant masses.
A casual search at Google will show that the topic of treatment of minorities in Islamic Iran, religious or otherwise, is full of usual Zionist propaganda lies. Iranian regime has been accused of persecution of women – while Amnesty International’s various ‘Fact Sheets’ mention – for example (2001), a woman is raped every six minute in the USA, over 50,000 women added each year to its prostitute industry, and a woman is battered every 15 seconds – while Israel being one of the few world countries, where thousands of White Christian women are sold into sex-slavery.
In the West, Liberal Jews and pro-Israel organizations like Anti-Defamation League (ADL) control or support most of anti-Christian activities and groups like gays (estimated over 28 million gays and lesbians call the US, home), feminism, etc. – but the majority of Jews don’t like to accept such liberal ideas within their own societies.
United States stands at 70th place and Israel at 80th place – when it comes to number of women in their legislative assemblies – way far behind some Muslim nation-state, such as, Islamic Iran, Pakistan, Tunis, Iraq, Afghanistan, etc.
In May, 2006 – Canada’s Zionist Lobby’s mouthpiece, dily The National Post, ran a story by an anti-Islamic Revolution Iranian exiles, saying that Iranian Majlis has passed a law, demanding the Jews and Christians to wear distinctive badges – as was a custom in several European countries in the past. However, when their Zionist lie refuted by the leaders of Iranian Jewish community in Canada, the newspaper retracted the story and shamlessly admitted it to be false.
The Iranian religious divide within its 65 million population is – 98% Muslims (93% Shias and 5% Sunnis), and the remaining 2% are Christian, Jewish, Zoroastrian, and Bahai communities. Under Iranian Constitution, these communities, are recognized as ‘religious minorities’ and allocated ‘reserved’ representation (seats) in the 275-member Majlis (Parliament). The Christians have two seats, while Jews and Zoroastrian have one seat each. The Bahai community is not recognized as a ‘minority’ but a deviant cult created by the western colonialist, similar to the Qadianis (Ahmedis) in British India.
Bahai movement originated in the 1840s in Persia. The majority of its earlier members were Jewish converts. The movement established its international headquarters in Haifa (currently Israel) under the protection of British mandate authorities in Palestine. Most Iranians, irrespective of their religion – consider Bahais as foreign agents – now working for Israel. In 2003, Fattah president, Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen) was accused of belonging to an Iranian Bahai family, with ‘Mirza’ as family surname. According to Israeli daily, The Jerusalem Post, the pamphlet accused Abbas – “Belonging to the Bahai faith. A breakaway sect established by British colony with the aim of distorting the image of Islam…. Abbas is seeking to uproot the Islamic trend and martyrdom and like to relinguish Muslim right to all Palestine….The appointment of Mahmoud Abbas as Prime Minister is a part of Zionist plan so he would continue making concessions to the Jews. They want him to negotiate on the remaining 20% of Palestine after he voluntarily gave up 80% of the blessed Palestinian land when he signed the Oslo Accords.” Now, Abbas, may not be son of a Bahai parents, but his actions as President of PA – have proved many of those accusations.
Israel’s first non-European President, Moshe Katsav (2000), a Sephardim Jew, was born in born in Iranian city of Yazd. Sephardim Jews have traditionally wielded little clout on Zionist entity’s political scene – all the top government jobs are usually held by Ashkenazi Jews, who came to Palestine after WW I.
I bet that The National Post would not have the moral guts to publish the horrible treatment of non-European Jewish and non-Jewish minorities in Israel.