As I was checking out who was reading my site, I was surprised to find that people from inside Iran are continuing find me. This is not a bad thing, I am just surprised. Anyway, this map is what I found they were looking for so I am providing it for them.
I have quite a few friends in Iran and outside of Iran who are Iranian. They are very kind and gentle people who are trapped by their government. They could be very prosperous, very welcomed in many countries, and so much more. As it is, there are sanctions against the government. I pray the people understand these sanctions are NOT against them, although they are the ones who will suffer the most.
Hopefully soon, my friends will be able to walk and talk freely, just as we are able to in our country. They are human, too, after all. As far as the terrorists go, however, I would do anything in my power to help them go meet their allah! Speed it up, guys. :)
Update: Regarding the title, I lost my train of thought. Please forgive me. It happens when I've been up all night. lol.
From VOA News:
"[Another great article which tells us at length the threat we are facing:
You have] [Iranian] President [Mahmoud] Ahmadinejad [has] multiple times [been] talking about wiping Israel off the map. Now they've shifted their focus to Bahrain and they want to gobble up Bahrain. Well, I think it's another indication of how this is a regime that operates completely outside the accepted norms of international behavior." [Continue reading.]
Iran continued its threats against Bahrain after an editorial in the Iranian news last week claimed that Bahrain was a province of Iran. [Continue reading.]This last quote comes from Gateway Pundidt. Great blogger, as usual.
If Iran is going to keep threatening to confiscate the three islands (which are countries of their own), Bahran and some of the other tiny countries, then who's to say they won't pull another 'Hitler'? Mr. Shaiatmadami is the 'person' who wrote the editorial that is one of the focuses of this rancor. (Sorry, I can't find the link. I'll keep looking, though.) Well, Iran had to back off this time. Yes, this time...but what about the next time when they have nukes?
PS: Today is an open trackback day. All I ask in return is return the favor. Thank you, and have a great day.
H/t Gateway Pundit.