As to rub it in , Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Khameni has produced a book (In Farsi), outlining how to wipe out Israel. He calls the book “Palestine”. Which calls for verse 52 of the Obama Impeachment song (as if sung by Obama to the tune of “Please release me, let me go”)
Netanyahu is a pest,
but I like Ayatollah best.
His new book put me to rest.
My promise to Jews was just in jest.
Here is the complete impeachment song: https://lenbilen.com/2015/02/25/the-complete-obama-impeachment-song/
Background: From Jerusalem Post:
The supreme leader of Iran is apparently now an aspiring author but one thing is for sure: this is no love story.
According to a report on Saturday in the New York Post, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s new book “Palestine” outlines his case for why Israel must be wiped out and how. “The solution is a one-state formula,” he writes, which is called “Palestine.”
Khamenei, who is described in the book as “the flag bearer of Jihad to liberate Jerusalem,” wrote that his views are not anti-Semitic but “Islamic” and based on “well-established Islamic principles.” basing upon land, which was once owned by Muslims can never be ruled by non-Muslims again. Along with Israel, this also includes Russia, many parts of Europe, Thailand, India, and parts of China and the Philippines.
However, Khamenei singles Israel out as an adou [enemy], doshman [foe] and a “cancerous tumor” for several reasons, the first of which is for being an “ally of the American Great Satan” which is waged in a war to overtake “the heartland of the Ummah [nation].”
Third, he claims that Israel “occupies” Jerusalem and calls it “Islam’s third Holy City.”
Another section of the book boasted past Iran-supported warfare against Israel using examples from Gaza and Lebanon. He writes that he aims to recruit West Bank “fighters” in units modeled after Hezbollah.
Though he doesn’t reference an Iranian nuclear program directly, he mentions that a nuclear Iran would be able to deter Israel from taking any military action against the Islamic republic.
Referring to the Holocaust, Khamenei called it a “propaganda ploy” and writes that “we don’t know why it happened and how.”
The 416-page book is currently only available in Iran in Persian, but apparently an Arabic version is on the way.