As you are all well aware, the Iranian President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, wants to destroy all Jews and the Jewish state with them. Like all good anti-Semites, he loathes Jews simply because they are Jews, and breathlessly awaits the day when Iran has the capacity to implement the 'final solution', once and for all. Or so you have been led to believe by the US, Israeli and British governments...

You see, there is a slight problem with what we have been told about the intentions and beliefs of the Iranian president - it's one giant fabrication, a lie, if you will. Of course, given that the mainstream Western media is almost entirely controlled by Western governments and the government of Israel, no one can reasonably be surprised at this state of affairs.

Through the use of selective publication, liberal interpretation and outright distortion of his words, most people today are entirely unaware that Ahmadinejad has been very clear about his position vis a vis the Jewish people and that Ahmadinejad has gone to significant lengths to make it clear that his problem is with the "Zionist state" rather than ordinary Jews. It was in reference to the government of Israel and the Zionists that populate it that Ahmadinejad used the term "should be wiped from the pages of history", orginally used by the Iranian Imam Khomeini, yet the mainstream Western media, like Israeli politicians, ignored this fact and insisted that the state of Israel and Zionism are the Jewish people.

At a recent press conference in New York, the Iranian President made his stance as clear as possible stating: "we love everybody around the world: Jews, Christians, Muslims", adding the all-important qualification that "Zionists are not Jews. Zionists are Zionists."

And as can be seen from the the following report, Ahmadinejad's claims are not mere words:
Iran's proud but discreet Jews

BBC News


Although Iran and Israel are bitter enemies, few know that Iran is home to the largest number of Jews anywhere in the Middle East outside Israel.

About 25,000 Jews live in Iran and most are determined to remain no matter what the pressures - as proud of their Iranian culture as of their Jewish roots.

It is dawn in the Yusufabad synagogue in Tehran and Iranian Jews bring out the Torah and read the ancient text before making their way to work.

It is not a sight you would expect in a revolutionary Islamic state, but there are synagogues dotted all over Iran where Jews discreetly practise their religion.

"Because of our long history here we are tolerated," says Jewish community leader Unees Hammami, who organised the prayers.

He says the father of Iran's revolution, Imam Khomeini, recognised Jews as a religious minority that should be protected.

As a result Jews have one representative in the Iranian parliament.

"Imam Khomeini made a distinction between Jews and Zionists and he supported us," says Jewish community leader Unees Hammam.
The evidence suggests therefore that the Iranian President is being deliberately and unfairly demonized by the American and Israeli governments and their media for a very specific reason, and we need only remember the "babies in incubators" myth spread by those same governments just prior to the first invasion of Iraq to understand the plans that the warmongers in Washington and Tel Aviv have for the Iranian people.