He also called Israelis “enemies of humanity.” And he wonders which country is “the real danger” in the region. That’s easy: the one spouting genocidal rhetoric. Also, the one sponsoring Hizballah and Hamas, and pursuing a nuclear program whose level of secrecy and subterfuge alone easily belies any “peaceful” pretenses. “The beginning of the end for Israel’,” from Iran’s PressTV, June 6:
The former speaker of Iran’s Parliament, Gholam-Ali Haddad-Adel, says the Israeli assault on the Freedom Flotilla is “just the beginning of the end for Israel.”
He made the remarks on Saturday during a meeting with Press TV correspondent Hassan Ghani, a Freedom Flotilla activist who was recently released by the Israelis.
Haddad-Adel said the attack “opened a new horizon to the world” and that the world can now see the true nature of the Israelis.
He added, “The Israelis showed that they are enemies of humanity, not only Arabs or Muslims, but every human being.” […]
“I believe that tomorrow will be another day for Israelis. They are condemned by the whole world. One of the results that we can gain from what happened is the point that before this massacre, the Israelis, the Americans, the British government, and the French government were claiming that Iran is the most important danger for the Middle East and for the whole world, although, they knew that we don’t want to make bombs. After what happened to the Freedom Flotilla, everybody is asking whether Israel is the real danger for the world and for peace. Which is the real danger?