The Sharm Summit that took place in Egypt yesterday was not exactly a ringing success for Israel. Even so, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is not exactly pleased with Jordan and Egypt. And for the West: more threats. “Ahmadinejad tells Arabs: Stop the betrayal,” by Dudi Cohen for Ynet:
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad criticized Tuesday Arab countries who maintain ties with Israel, saying they “help the Zionist regime oppress the Palestinian people.”
According to the Iranian news agency IRNA, Ahmadinejad appealed to Jordan and Egypt to “stop this betrayal.”
“What do you want? You want to placate the arrogant (western world)? Try placating the Lord and the suppressed people. If it’s power you want, this is the better way to go.
“If you think you can sell Palestine to the leaders of arrogance, you are wrong. These steps will arouse the rage of the peoples and you will lose their support.”
Addressing western leaders, Ahmadinejad added, “Notice that the age of power, threat and coercion of the people is over. Do not think that if a number of people convene in one city and make a few decisions, they can solve the problem of Palestine.”
How ironic! Power, threat and coercion is Ahmadinejad’s recipe for staying in power!
The Iranian president sent out a warning to the western world, saying, “You must know that the peoples of the region have woken up and they will repay your betrayal with tight fists.
“They will not allow the traitors to continue their work. The way to solve the problem of Palestine is through justice and respectful treatment of the Palestinian people.”
And that, of course, means the destruction of Israel.
Crossposted from The American Israeli Patriot.