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The Zionists and the Nazis have a lot in common


Iran’s enmity against the U.S. and Zionism is based on logical and Islamic principles and there is no racial and religious fanaticism ruling over the Iranian nation’s anti-US and anti-Zionist struggle. That is to say if the U.S. were not arrogant and the Zionists didn’t commit such shameful crimes, we would not have taken such stances against them. We hold no prejudice and negativity against the Jews and the Jews are living in Iran in peace and comfort.

The Zionists and the Nazis have a lot in common. Today there is a major contradiction in the way the U.S. and Europe behave. They decry Nazi’s racism against the Jews, but support the Zionists who are similar to the Nazis in many ways. The despicability of supporting the Zionists is no less than that of supporting Nazi Germany and Hitler, however, the materialistic civilization of America and Europe has no explanation for this major contradiction. 

There is no doubt that the American, European, Canadian and some other nations are utterly dissatisfied with the current situation and the dominant role the Zionists play in their lives. Today, the Zionists are truly considered as a predicament and a plight for nations and anyone who values Truth, Human principles and spirituality must stand against this wicked phenomenon. 

Ayatollah Khamenei in a meeting with Roger Garaudy, April 20, 1998


  • "The Zionists and the Nazis have a lot in common." Yes, but the Nazis are in the past; don't exist today. Drawing association to them is comfortable. But the Zionists and the Settlement of the Americas have a great deal more in common. Drawing that association is less comfortable, but more apt as that is the precedent. The Zionists are not following in the footsteps of the Nazis, although they are certainly using many of the Nazi tactics. They are following in the veritable footsteps of the United States of America, and are religiously principled in their not making the 'Sherman mistake'. President Bush for once had truthfully blurted out the grotesque reality: “Our two nations both faced great challenges when they were founded. And our two nations have both relied on the same principles to help us succeed.” See . Thank you. Zahir Ebrahim, Project