Is Iranian Faith in the 12th Imam Stronger Than America’s Negotiating Patience?


PJ Media: So the Iranians—through the voice of President Rouhani—are going to enrich more uranium.  My guess is that they’ve been doing it all along, and the announcement simply confirms their past behavior.  I doubt that our spies know the details, and the Iranians love to tell tall tales, if necessary for a thousand and one nights.

There’s significant nuclear traffic in and around Iran, as we just heard from the Turks:

Anti-smuggling and organized crime police in Turkey have arrested five people after 18.1 grams (0.64 oz.) of the highly radioactive element californium, were found hidden in a car.

The stash was discovered hidden under the gearshift, wrapped in a plastic bag, in a car stopped in the northwestern province of Bolu. Police had to cut through the upholstery to retrieve the material, valued at $72 million.

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Opinion: The hatred that Iran has for Israel dates back to 490 BC in ancient Persia and a man named Haman. Since I never hear anyone in government speak about the ancient roots of this hatred, the answer is yes, it is stronger than a US deal.

Excerpt: Antichrist: The Search for Amalek:

“All the king’s servants who were within the king’s
gates bowed and paid homage to Haman, for so
the king had commanded concerning him. But
Mordecai would not bow or pay homage.” Esther 3:2

Haman was an Agagite, a descendant of Agag, king of Amalek. An Agagite is an Amalekite, and Amalek was a descendant of Esau.

Haman’s lineage is given in the Targum Sheni as follows: “Haman the son of Hammedatha the Agagite, son of Srach, son of Buza, son of Iphlotas, son of Dyosef, son of Dyosim, son of Prome, son of Ma’dei, son of Bla’akan, son of Intimrom, son of Harirom, son of Sh’gar, son of Nigar, son of Farmashta, son of Vayezatha, son of Agag, son of Sumki, son of Amalek, son of the concubine of Eliphaz, firstborn son of Esau.”

Israel’s first king, Saul, was instructed to kill all the Amalekites, men, women, children and even the animals (1 Samuel 15:1-3). But that’s not what happened:

“Saul attacked the Amalekites, from Havilah all the way to Shur, which is east of Egypt. He also took Agag, king of the Amalekites, alive and utterly destroyed all the people with the edge of the sword. But Saul and the people spared Agag and the best of the sheep, the oxen, the fatlings, the lambs, and all that was good, and were unwilling to utterly destroy them. But everything despised and worthless, that they utterly destroyed” (1 Sam. 15:7–9).

Agag lived and the blood of Amalek spread to Persia, modern day Iran:

Since the Amalekites are descended from Esau and Haman is descended from Amalek, they were of great historical importance as descendants of both Isaac and Abraham. Despite their shared ancestry with the Israelites, the tribes lived in almost perpetual conflict and still do today.

The Shiite clerics of Iran believe that Mahdi is the son of the 11th imam Al-Hasan al-Askari. He is called the “hidden Imam” and the ‘twelfth Imam’. The clerics argue that Muhammad al Mahdi was born thousands of years ago and disappeared to reappear later when apocalyptic chaos comes upon the earth.

Unlike western Christians, the Iranians take Islamic eschatology very seriously. Iran’s Khamenei claims to have met personally with the Mahdi, and high ranking officials feel it is their solemn duty to bring about a war of conquest to establish the caliphate.

A deal with the west does not exist in Shia ideology.

See our active map on the movement of the bloodline of Esau in our eBook ‘Blood Feud’ chapter 6 here. Place you cursor on the nations and click.