Do these people, demonstrating across the street from the New York

Stock exchange on Saturday, want to become Muslim revolutionaries?

That is the most recent claim being made by Iran's theocratic regime.



Kayhan, Islamic Republic of Iran

Wall Street Uprisings Herald Victory of Islam and Iran!


Do the protests that began in New York on September 17 and have now spread across the world reflect a yearning on the part of the West to reject capitalism and embrace Islam and the Iranian Revolution? According to columnist Hussein Shariatmadari of Iran's government-run Kayhan, the events now taking place across the globe were forecast by the late Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini and Iran's current theocratic dictator, Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei.


By Hussein Shariatmadari


October 16, 2011


Islamic Republic of Iran - Kayhan - Home Page (English)

Was this New York protester directing his message to the Iranian regime?


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The news reached the city of Medina overnight. The enemies of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) had set aside their age-old hostilities and prepared attack Medina as a coalition. Their mission: uproot newly-born Islam and finish off its small number of followers, just like occurred during the eight-year Iraqi-imposed war or the 2008 post-presidential election unrest.


The Prophet (PBUH) agreed to a proposal by Salman al-Farisi, his companion, and ordered his followers to dig trenches around the besieged city to stop the invasion and minimize casualties. While digging a trench, a pick sparked when it struck a rock. It was then the Prophet (PBUH) said, “Through the flash of this pick I foresee the collapse of Rome and the Sassanid empires” - the two superpowers of those days.


Some must have thought otherwise, since the tiny army of Muslims was confronting the dominant forces of the infidels! But it didn’t take long for the Muslim army to conquer Rome and the Sassanids and topple their repressive rulers. Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was no longer among them - but he must have seen it from above.




In the early years of Iran's Islamic Revolution, we saw an analogous war party when enemies of Iran, both from within and without, formed a coalition. The superpowers of the East and West had set aside their differences to douse the flames of the Islamic Revolution. In those days, materialistic eyes saw little chance for the fledgling Islamic Republic.


But the late Imam Khomeini foresaw that the days of oppressive regimes across the region were numbered. He also forecast the fall of hegemonic powers and said, “I can say with confidence that Islam will rout the hegemonic powers. One after another, Islam will overcome its internal and external barriers before conquering all major global fronts.”


The late Imam further maintained that, “The days of the cul-de-sac, of desperation and of living in the lands of the infidels are over. We hope all Muslims will live in freedom and peace. We seek to uproot Zionism, capitalism, and communism. Sooner or later, the day will dawn for all nations. Today the world pines for the immaculate religion of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Our war is a war of ideology. It has no geographical boundaries. Allah will help us withstand the hardship of battle with the sweet taste of the enemy’s defeat. Is there anything sweater than seeing the Iranian nation strike America like a thunderbolt?”




The late Imam made all these predictions, and without our records no one would be able to recount them today. Indeed, he saw these fateful events and defining moments before anyone else. It's as if the late Imam was from above and recounted these events that are now unfolding across the globe. Isn’t it true that current events in the Muslim world and beyond are what he predicted decades ago?!


These fundamental and unfolding events (read: revolutions) are moving faster than anyone could have possibly predicted. In fact, many have been caught off guard. People were still fixating on Tunisia and the fate of its fugitive ruler Bin Ali when a second revolution ignited in Egypt, toppling its pro-Israel and pro-West puppet regime. Then while the world fixated on Egypt, similar revolutions began in Libya, Yemen, Bahrain, Jordan, and of course, Saudi Arabia.


All eyes were focused on the Middle East and North Africa, when we heard Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei talk of the imminent awakening at the heart of the West, where people would take to the streets in Britain, Greece, Italy, Spain, Australia and the United States.




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La Jornada, Mexico: The 'Grand Debt' of U.S. Families
Jornal Do Brasil, Brazil: American Default and the End of 'Zero Risk'
The Telegraph, U.K.: World Needs America to Come to its Senses
El Pais, Spain: Playing Chicken is the World's Newest Sport
Mainichi Shimbun, Japan: U.S. Must Prevent Another 'Made in U.S.' Disaster
Yomiori Shimbun, Japan: U.S. Lawmakers Should 'Stop Playing Political Games'
Yezhednevniy Zhurnal, Russia: The U.S. and Soviets: Pyramid Builders to Raiders
Frankfurter Rundschau, Germany: 'Radical' Republicans Threaten U.S. with Ruin
Tiscali Notizie, Italy: The Fiscal Decline of the 'Apocalypse'
News, Switzerland: Notion: 'Pay Politicians Based on Performance'
Salzburger Nachrichten, Austria: Debt Ceiling Attack By Republicans 'Backfires'
Gazeta, Russia: America's Astonishing 'Battle for the Ceiling'
People's Daily, China: U.S. Game of Chicken Threatens Creditors and Economy
Die Zeit, Germany: U.S. Risks 'Plunging World' Into New Financial Crisis
O Globo, Brazil: Global Economy Hangs on 'Mood' of U.S. Voters
The Telegraph, U.K.: Down on the Fourth of July: The United States of Gloom
Financial Times Deutschland, Germany: For Americans, a Dour Independence Day
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The Washington Post tells President Barack Obama to “leave the Middle East alone because the real threat is here at home.” The Daily Mail publishes a 25-year-old quote from Alvin Toffler, an American writer and futurist, who warned the European Union of the Islamic Revolution: “The Khomeini movement is not restricted to the Muslim world. This man is calling on all Muslims to fight secularism.”


Shimon Peres talks of the memoirs of Moshe Dayan. On October 6, 1979, Dayan referred to the Islamic Revolution as "an earthquake that shook the foundations of Israel.” Likewise, American strategist Immanuel Wallerstein acknowledges that the U.S. has dealt with many crises in the past, and found solutions for each and every one. Whether they were difficult or easy, solutions were to be found. But for the current crisis in the U.S. and Europe, Wallerstein says there is no solution.


Leading Arab-American economist Samir Amin (who also a critic of capitalism), speaking of the ongoing protests in the United States and Europe, says, “Up to now, capitalism thrived by devouring the resources of other nations. But now that there is nothing left to gulp down, it has turned into a snake that is eating its own tail.”


Likewise, for France's Le Post, Zionist columnist Zirahuen Duvoir writes that, “This revolt (read: uprising) that the West is desperate to call the Arab Spring, is part of Iranian ideology. It is the spearhead of a global revolution in which Islam will conquer the world. What has happened in the Muslim world and what is happening in the U.S. and Europe is indeed the beginning of a grand victory for Iran.”


It is worth repeating what the late Imam Khomeini said years ago: “One after another, Islam will overcome its internal and external barriers before conquering all major global fronts.”




The human eye can't keep up with all of the developments and revolutions. The wave has given the Muslim world a new lease on life and is spreading even further. The wave of awakening had conquered only a small number of fronts, and the fighters were still counting the costs and building new systems based on Islamic beliefs and values, when suddenly it began to engulf the land of the Vikings and Yankees.  




In September 17, many people in New York took to the streets, calling their movement “Occupy Wall Street.” Some U.S. officials and a number of naive elites were quick to dismiss the protesters as a bunch of dissatisfied jobless Americans, and decreed that their movement would quickly die. But Leon Panetta, former CIA chief and current defense secretary said he was worried. Soon the protests had spread to almost 100 American cities, where thousands of cultural and economic activists and students joined the demonstrations. No wonder White House officials could no longer hide their concerns.


The protesters are calling Wall Street and Manhattan their “Tahrir Square,” holding signs that read “Enough of Capitalism.” This makes it clear that the situation is far worse than U.S. officials would like us to believe. The American protesters are unmistakably shouting that “capitalism is our main problem.”




Except for the late Imam Khomeini and his successor Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, others couldn’t see these developments and revolutions coming. Our supreme leader once said astutely that: “Today, the U.S. is at its weakest point in history, while Islamic Iran is approaching its golden years.”


Similarly, the late Imam Khomeini once said: “The U.S. can’t do a damned thing.” In his words: The hegemonic powers rule the world not by military strength, but by bullying other nations. The U.S. is like a timid and toothless lion that has no mace or mane. From time to time it roars to scare others, and “sometimes it even releases something!”

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