Tehran, Iran (AHN) – After calling for Israel to be “wiped off the map,” last October, Iran’s president Mahamoud Ahmadingad followed up on with his doubts the Holocaust ever happened and saying Israel should be moved to Europe.
Iran’s official IRNA news agency broadcast the Iranian president’s news conference given on Thursday in the Saudi Arabian city of Mecca.
Referring to the six million Jews killed in the Nazi Holocaust, Ahmadingad remarked, “Although we don’t accept this claim, if we suppose it is true, our question for the Europeans is: is the killing of innocent Jewish people by Hitler the reason for their support to the occupiers of Jerusalem?” he said.
The Iranian president says Europeans should give Israel some of their provinces to establish their state in Europe.
Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman Mark Regev responded saying, “This is not the first time, unfortunately, that the Iranian president has expressed the most outrageous ideas concerning Jews and Israel. He is not just Israel’s problem. He is a worry for the entire international community,” he added.

Quite apart from whatever Iran’s president Mahamoud Ahmadingad might say, the formation of the State of Israel was an error. It, in my opinion should never have occurred with its placement based on “biblical” reasoning.

Palestine prior to 1948 had a mixed population of Arabs and Jews who perhaps like Sunnis and Shia got along for the most part. When Eastern European Jews decided to make that part of the world their personal real estate, they used terrorism, threats, cajoling, bribes and sometimes purchased the land from wealthy land owner Arabs who then allowed the new settlers to kick off all the people living on the land.

The formation of the State of Israel has been a horrific mistake and 911, Iraq and many events that have followed it’s formation are a direct consequence.

The Jordanians and the Palestinians had nothing to do with the holocaust. So the idea of a state of Israel being formed on German soil (should it needed to have been formed) is more reasonable, though equally unrealistic.

The State of Israel, which the United States is now modeling itself after, is a fascist state for those who live in greater Israel and do not have full citizenship. Palestinians are allowed to leave Gaza and the West Bank but they cannot return. A Palestinian cannot go on vacation to Italy and return. They cannot do business in another country and return. They are prisoners held by Israel.

The God of the Jews is the same God of the Christians, the same God of the Muslims. This God is a fabrication used early on for political purposes and now has become so entwined in all three cultures that it is impossible for people to consider the possibility that it’s a myth. Just like all the other Gods that have preceded these Gods.

And so too is it impossible to consider that the State of Israel is illegitimate. Most states are, I suppose. Or that the Gods of humanity do not exist in the way we imagine them to. Or even that the Holocaust claims could be exaggerated. I am not saying they were, but it would not surprise me and everything is exaggerated for political purposes. Still it’s always good to consider all the possibilities and  it’s always good to have a bit of perspective.

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