The Gates of the U.N. and the Security Council Should Be Closed

August 9th, 2006

Iranian Guardian Council Secretary Ayatollah Ahmad Jannati in Tehran Friday Sermon: The Gates of the U.N. and the Security Council Should Be Closed

Following are excerpts from a Tehran Friday Sermon delivered by Ayatollah Ahmad Jannati, Secretary of the Iranian Guardian Council, aired on Channel 1, Iranian TV on August 4, 2006:

God is using one of Ali’s descendents [Nasrallah], to confront the spiritual and physical descendents of Marhab of Khaybar [the Jews]. God is reviving the memories of early Islam – the memories of the conflict between Ali and the Jews of [the battles] of Khaybar and Khandaq. On one side stood Ali with a small number of Muslims, and on the other side stood the strong, rich, vain, and arrogant Jews. Ultimately, the sword of Ali did what had to be done, and he humiliated the people of Khaybar and the vain and arrogant Jews. Today, this descendent of Ali stands in the same position, and so do the descendents of Marhab of Khaybar, the Jews of Khaybar and Khandaq.


All the oppressed victims of Lebanon break our hearts, but the most heart-breaking of all are the children, who are being killed everywhere, especially in the village of Qana. Israel gave the blood of these children to the impure and evil Rice, and to Bush, who is more impure than impure, in order to quench their thirst for blood.


I wish the Islamic regimes had some compassion, mercy, and honor. I do not know what good they could do. A non-Islamic country [Venezuela] recalls its ambassador, and tells him there is no reason for him to remain in Israel, but the neighboring Islamic countries and even the non-Islamic countries do not even do this. They do not even close the gates of their embassies. They really are raising the level of shame to the maximum, but they should know that they will bear this mark of shame, and one day, the hand of divine vengeance will, take revenge upon those who kept silent in the face of oppression.


The Security Council is so weak, so impotent, and is so susceptible to pressure that it in incapable of passing any resolution. But when it comes to Iran, and to the trampling of its right to nuclear technology underfoot, it immediately passes a resolution, with an absolute majority. At that moment, death takes over the Security Council. Indeed, the gates of the UN and the Security Council should be closed. What kind of Security Council is this?

Crowd: Allah Akbar

Allah Akbar

Allah Akbar

Khamenei is the leader

Death to those who oppose the rule of the Jurisprudent

Death to America

Death to England

Deth to the hypocrites [Mojahedin-e Khalq] and Saddam

Death to Israel


What Hizbullah does shows that all the humiliation endured by us and the Islamic world stems from our own impotence. If [the Muslims] were men enough to enter the arena, their spit and threats would be enough to put the others in their place. As [the Muslims] continue to keep silent, [America and Israel] became so insolent, to the point that this wretched woman comes and talks about a New Middle East. This means a Middle East that is subservient to America, follows its orders unconditionally. This is the Middle East they desire, but, Allah willing, they will take this desire to the grave. […]



Did you know that Venezuela has recalled its ambassador?!

One Response to “The Gates of the U.N. and the Security Council Should Be Closed”

  1. meaumeau Says:

    That last paragraph is quite revealing. If you think about how easily Saddam Hussein was deposed it is obvious that if the people of Iraq really wanted to get rid of him they could have done so ages ago, the same with Iran – there are enough Iranians to totally change the structure of their country without any interference or guidance from any other country. Saudi Arabia too. In fact any of these countries with wafer thin authoritarians.

    Even within the regimes the ‘submission’ is endemic Iran could have inaugurated it’s oil bourse ages ago if it had the will to chnage matters rather than simply needling the US.

    Which shows why Chavez is a ‘threat’ – he follows through (so to speak)

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